News | 10/24/2011 3:45:46 PM | Bandits.com
BUFFALO ALSO INKS 2011 DRAFT PICKS DALY, BERO, CHRYSLER
Buffalo Bandits Director of Lacrosse Operations Scott Loffler today announced the team has signed forward Roger Vyse to a three-year contract.
Vyse (10/31/1981, 5’10’’, 200 lbs.) is entering his seventh season with the Bandits. He led the team in scoring during the 2011 playoffs, registering nine points (7+2) over two games. Buffalo’s second-round pick in the 2005 NLL Entry Draft, Vyse has scored 196 points (92+104) in 68 career regular season games. The Hagersville, ON native recently starred in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships with the Iroquois Nationals this past summer, where he finished eighth in tournament scoring with a team-best 24 points (15+9).
The Bandits also announced the signings of three 2011 NLL Entry Draft picks in Connor Daly, Dwight Bero and Lloyd Chrysler, all of whom inked one-year deals.
Daly (6’2’’, 210 lbs.) was the team’s third-round selection at 24th overall. The shutdown defender from Mimico, ON led the Jr. “A” Burlington Chiefs to five consecutive playoff appearances.
Bero (6’0’’, 210 lbs.) was selected in the fifth round with Buffalo’s 41st overall pick. The defenseman is a Mohawk Nation member who won the 2011 Presidents Cup with the St. Regis Braves.
Chrysler (5’11”, 175 lbs.) was taken in the sixth round with the 51st overall selection in 2011. A Tuscarora, NY native, Chrysler shined on defense over the past three seasons with the St. Catharines Jr. “A” Athletics lacrosse team.