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|— Lacrosse player —|
July 3, 1980 |
Six Nations, Ontario
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Weight||180 pounds (82 kg)|
|MSL team||Six Nations Chiefs|
|Former NLL teams||Buffalo Bandits|
|NLL Draft||1st overall, 2004
Delby Powless (born July 3, 1980), is a Mohawk lacrosse player from the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation near Brantford, Ontario. He was born in Six Nations, Ontario, and is the grandnephew of Ross Powless and cousin of Gaylord Powless, both of whom are in the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame. He has played for the Buffalo Bandits of the National Lacrosse League and the Hamilton Nationals of Major League Lacrosse.
Powless played his first season with the Six Nations Jr.B Red Rebles for their inaugural season. He would then play for the Six Nations Arrows for of the OLA Junior A Lacrosse League for the remainder of his junior career.
In 1998, Powless had a career high 122 points, finishing third in league scoring. That same year, he led the Arrows to their a league championship, and was given the "Dean McLeod Award" for Playoffs M.V.P.
Powless played for Rutgers University. At Rutgers, he received an honourable mention as an All-American.
Powless was drafted first overall by the Buffalo Bandits in the 2004 NLL entrt draft. During his five years with the Bandits, Powless has totaled 201 points and helped the Bandits to their first NLL championship in years in 2008. In 2010, Powless was released from Bandits so he is currently a free agent.
In 2009, Powless was claimed from the League Player Pool by Toronto Nationals.
Powless played on the Iroquois Nationals team in the inaugural World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in 2003 and again in 2007. Delby also played on the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship, where he scored 18 goals and 23 points and led his team to the fourth place.
|1996||Six Nations Red Rebles||OLA Jr.B||10||16||17||33||31||3||3||2||5||12|
|1996||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||4||4||2||6||0||--||--||--||--||--|
|1997||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||18||37||44||81||65||15||34||23||57||19|
|1998||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||22||63||59||122||31||17||41||38||79||--|
|Minto Cup||Six Nations Arrows||CLA||--||--||--||--||--||5||4||5||9||21|
|1999||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||14||24||20||44||30||15||26||25||51||30|
|2000||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||19||37||34||71||43||10||12||20||32||21|
|2000||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||1||0||1||1||0||--||--||--||--||--|
|2001||Six Nations Arrows||OLA Jr.A||18||30||51||81||23||13||20||33||53||24|
|2002||Six Nations Stars||OLA Sr.B||7||32||18||50||17||6||18||13||31||16|
|2002||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||2||4||1||5||0||--||--||--||--||--|
|2003||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||13||24||22||46||49||4||5||8||13||0|
|2004||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||13||31||32||63||7||10||14||21||35||9|
|2005||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||17||32||40||72||24||7||7||6||13||19|
|2006||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||15||7||35||42||0||--||--||--||--||--|
|2007||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||16||22||31||53||2||5||9||13||22||0|
|2008||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||17||10||37||47||2||4||4||6||10||0|
|2009||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||14||14||44||58||5||5||1||8||9||0|
|2010||Six Nations Chiefs||MSL||11||5||14||19||0||6||3||7||10||0|
|Junior A Totals||95||195||210||405||192||70||133||139||272||94|
|Junior B Totals||10||16||17||33||31||3||3||2||5||12|
|Minto Cup Totals||--||--||--||--||--||5||4||5||9||21|
|Senior A Totals||116||149||257||406||89||41||43||69||112||28|
|Senior B Totals||7||32||18||50||17||6||18||13||31||16|
- "O.L.A. Junior A Trophy Winners". wampsbibleoflacrosse.com.
- "Top 100 Career Leaders For Goals, Assists, And Points In Canadian Junior A Lacrosse". wampsbibleoflacrosse.com.
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