FORT WORTH, TX – The Panther City Lacrosse Club signed ten players today, the team announced. The following ten players were all signed to one-year contracts.
- Right-handed forward Mike Fiegehen
- Left-handed forward Cody Hamley
- Left-handed forward Bryan Hancock
- Right-handed defenseman Sawyer Howell
- Right-handed forward Jack Jasinski
- Right-handed transition Dan Keane
- Left-handed defenseman Josh Medeiros
- Left-handed forward Jon Phillips
- Right-handed defenseman Nick Scott
- Right-handed forward Bryce Wasserman
Fiegehen played in six games in the Ontario Jr. A Lacrosse League in 2019, netting one goal to go along with six assists. The right-hander is an Owen Sound, Ontario native.
Hamley played with the Kitchener-Waterloo Braves of the Ontario Jr. A Lacrosse league from 2015-2018, where he recorded 73 points in 72 career games.
Hancock hails from Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and attended Hobart College, netting 58 points in his four years.
Howell was originally drafted by the Georgia Swarm with the 71st overall pick in the 2018 NLL Entry Draft after playing at Mimico Jr. A, where he netted one goal and three assists in his lone season.
Jasinski attended Ohio State University where he played four years, netting 97 points in 61 collegiate games. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, the right-hander was second on the team in scoring his senior season with 32 points.
Keane attended the University of Delaware, where he netted over 40 points in four years. He also has racked up 277 points in his 79 career games in the Junior A Lacrosse League as a member of Brampton, Elora and Kitch-Water.
Medeiros, a lefthanded defenseman from Brampton, has been a member of the Brampton Excelsiors since 2014, netting 145 points in 104 games.
Phillips, hailing from Ladner, British Columbia, attended the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where he recorded 116 points in 55 games. He went on to play for Nanaimo of the Western Lacrosse Association, totaling 150 points in just 49 games. He was selected with the 66th overall pick in the 2018 NLL Entry Draft.
Scott hails from Pitt Meadows, British Columbia and was selected 40th overall in the 2019 NLL Entry Draft by the Calgary Roughnecks.
Wasserman won Major League Lacrosse’s Most Valuable Player award in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, netting 15 goals and dishing out six assists in five games. A native of Southlake, Texas, Wasserman attended Monmouth University where he racked up 149 points across his four years.