Garrett Brockmeyer Ready for Next Opportunity

by CLL

Garrett Brockmeyer last played with the Canadian Lacrosse League (CLL) in the 2021 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship for Canada West. Since, Garrett has been in the United States attending Lake Erie College playing NCAA DII for the Storm as a Defender.  

From Saskatoon, SK, Brockmeyer played Junior A for the Saskatchewan SWAT (RMJALL). Born in 2001 the athletic defender stands 6'3", weighs 210 lbs, and is looking for an opportunity during the summer to play at the highest level in an effort to play in the National Lacrosse League (NLL). 

"I loved the team and all the guys on it, but my Junior career didn’t end in the way we wanted" In his final season with the SWAT Brockmeyer sustained a knee injury. "My injury has since been treated and has healed up stronger than it was before." He added "battling through a knee injury in my final season made it difficult to showcase the type of player I am." 

Since finishing junior, Brockmeyer's focus has been on improving his strength and athleticism while playing field lacrosse in the NCAA. "I've made big strides in my lacrosse IQ; knowing different defensive slide packages, reading an offence, and being a strong communicator while at school." He added. "Playing LSM, I have improved my decision making and scoring in transition - see the open lanes, allowing me to take advantage of fast break opportunities." 

Brockmeyer is open to traveling East or West to play senior, "I have Family in BC that I could stay with, so that helps."
As a strong, reliable, big, athletic defender with a transition game, who is willing to do whatever it takes; Brockmeyer would be a valuable asset to any Senior roster. 

"It’s been my dream and goal to play at the highest level since I started playing lacrosse - I want to be apart of something special, helping in anyway I can to win a championship." Exclaimed Brockmeyer.