|League||Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League|
|Based in||Calgary, Alberta|
|Colors||Black, Silver, Maroon/Blue and White|
|Championships||1983 Presidents Cup
2009 Founders Cup
The Calgary Mountaineers are a box lacrosse organization based out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The organization represents teams at three levels of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League: a Senior B squad, along with a Junior A team and a Junior B team.
Sr. B Mountaineers
The Senior Mountaineers have existed for over 30 years, and in 1983, captured the Canadian Senior B championship, the Presidents Cup.
Jr. A Mountaineers
The Junior A Mountaineers were created in 2006, and are one of four teams in the province at the Junior A level. They were the host team for the 2008 Minto Cup, Canada's national Junior A championship. The tournament was held at the Max Bell Centre in August 2008 and the Orangeville Northmen were crowned Minto Cup Champions.
Jr. B Mountaineers
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