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Former Pioneer Cameron Flint Traded to Denver Outlaws

DENVER – Former University of Denver men’s lacrosse All-American Cameron Flint was traded to the Denver Outlaws from the Boston Cannons in exchange for midfielder Will Mangan and a first-round pick (eighth overall), it was announced today by the Outlaws. Along with Cameron Flint, the Outlaws also received a sixth-round collegiate draft choice (43rd overall). Read More…

DENVER – Former University of Denver men’s lacrosse All-American Cameron Flint was traded to the Denver Outlaws from the Boston Cannons in exchange for midfielder Will Mangan and a first-round pick (eighth overall), it was announced today by the Outlaws.

Along with Cameron Flint, the Outlaws also received a sixth-round collegiate draft choice (43rd overall).

Flint, who was a three time All-American with the Pioneers, scored eight goals and assisted on nine others for a total of 17 point in seven games as a rookie last year for the Cannons. He earned Major League Lacrosse’s Cascade Rookie of the Week Award after a four-goal, one-assist outing in Boston’s 13-10 win in Week 9.

“As a rookie in the MLL last season, Cameron Flint showed that he can be one of the up-and-coming stars of the league,” Outlaws General Manager Tony Seaman said. “We feel that he is a great fit for our organization. A key contributor to the success of DU’s NCAA Playoff teams while he was in college, he is a natural for fit to continue his professional career with the Outlaws.”

Flint was selected with the sixth overall pick in last year’s MLL collegiate draft by Boston after a career in which he scored 103 goals with 35 assists at the University of Denver. He finished his career with the Pioneers ranked sixth in goals and 10th in total points. A four-time all-ECAC member, Flint earned a spot on the Tewaaraton watch list his senior season. Flint was the fourth overall selection by Minnesota in the 2013 National League Lacrosse draft.

Flint joins fellow University of Denver alums Dillon Roy (2010) and Eric Law (2013) on the Outlaws’ roster.

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