|Based in||Everett, Washington|
|Colors||Red, black, silver|
|Owner||Bill Watkins and Denise Watkins|
|General manager||Doug Locker|
|Head coach||Chris Hall|
|Local media||Fox Sports Net Northwest
|Formerly||San Jose Stealth
The Washington Stealth were a member of the National Lacrosse League, the professional box lacrosse league of North America from the 2010 NLL season through the 2013 NLL season. They were based in Everett (part of the Seattle metropolitan area), with home games played at the 8,513-seat Comcast Arena at Everett.
On July 24, 2012, the Stealth and Comcast Arena announced that they had agreed to new terms on a five-year lease that will keep the team in Everett through the 2017 season.
|2010||Western||11-5||1st||6-2||5-3||211||179||Chris Hall||Won NLL Champion's Cup|
|2011||Western||8-8||3rd||3-5||5-3||203||198||Chris Hall||Lost Champion's Cup|
|2012||Western||4-12||5th||2-6||2-6||179||204||Art Webster (interim)||Did Not Qualify|
|2013||Western||9-7||2nd||5-3||4-4||193||192||Chris Hall||Lost Champion's Cup|
|2010||Division Semifinal||Minnesota 10||Washington 14|
|Division Final||Edmonton 11||Washington 12|
|Championship||Toronto 11||Washington 15|
|2011||Division Semifinal||Washington 14||Minnesota 8|
|Division Final||Washington 10||Calgary 8|
|Championship||Washington 7||Toronto 8|
|2013||Division Semifinal||Edmonton 11||Washington 12|
|Division Final||Washington 14||Calgary 13|
|Championship||Rochester 11||Washington 10|
|National Lacrosse League Champions
- Scott M. Johnson (June 19, 2009). "Can professional lacrosse turn a buck in Everett?". The Herald. Retrieved July 31, 2009.
- "Washington Stealth extends lease with Everett's Comcast Arena".
- "Stealth Relocate to Vancouver".
|This article related to sports in Washington state is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This lacrosse-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|