Nanaimo Timbermen senior A lacrosse player Brody Eastwood takes a shot on goal during a game this past season at Frank Crane Arena. Eastwood was chosen in the NLL Draft this past week

Timbermen players picked in NLL draft

Three senior A T-men were selected this week at the National Lacrosse League Draft: Brody Eastwood, Mason Pynn and Taylor Stuart.

Nanaimo Timbermen players will get opportunities to play with the pros.

Three senior A T-men were selected this week at the National Lacrosse League Draft in Toronto.

Brody Eastwood was chosen 26th overall by the Calgary Roughnecks, Mason Pynn went 30th overall to the Saskatchewan Rush and Taylor Stuart was picked 35th by the Colorado Mammoth.

Chris Bowman, Timbermen president, said in a press release that the club is proud of the three players.

“I knew they’d go, I just didn’t know when and where. I knew they’d been talking to different teams and different GMs,” Bowman said. “A pretty exciting day for them, but exciting for our team, too.”

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