World Series Program
We are Canada's Premier Club Lax Program
Ranked as #5 Best Club Program in North America in 2023
U13 World Series elite Team
The best U13 lacrosse players in Ontario will represent Evolve Elite at the World Series of Youth Lacrosse each year. Ontario Evolve Elite U13 World Series Team has been the most successful program in Canada. Evolve Ontario has been ranked in the World Top 10 rankings for the past 8 years. We are the only club program in Canada who has been recognized as one of the worlds most elite club programs.
2024 Summer World Series Staff
Steve Toll is considered one of the top players in his generation and was a trail blazer when it comes to the transition game. Toll has emerged as one of the games top coaching minds, having coached at every level. Toll has coached minor lacrosse box and field (winning numerous provincial titles), Jr. A, ALL, MSL, and is the current Defensive Coordinator for the Panther City Lacrosse Club - NLL.
Toll won the NLL championship five times during his illustrious 14 year playing career. Toll was named the first-ever National Lacrosse League Transition Player of the Year in 2007.
After retiring from the NLL in 2011, Toll served as the Director of Operations for teams in the Canadian Lacrosse League. In addition to his NLL success, Toll was inducted into the City of St. Catharine’s Hall of Fame in 2018 and is a two-time member of the Team Canada World Indoor Lacrosse Gold Medal Team.
Toll will be inducted into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame in 2023.
Tracey Kelusky is often talked about as one of the best all around players to have played the game and equally has emerged as one of the games top coaches. Kelusky who was Finlands National Team Field and Box Coach has recently been working with Team Canada athletes. Kelusky was a finalist for NLL coach of the year after the 22/23 season and was named the 21/22 Les Bartley NLL Head Coach of the Year.
Kelusky is a long-standing NLL veteran from Peterborough, Ontario, compiling 383 goals, 440 assists and 823 points during his illustrious 14-year career. After announcing his retirement from the NLL, he joined the coaching ranks of the New England Blackwolves before moving on to the Philadelphia Wings to serve as their offensive coach.
In addition to his work with the NLL, Kelusky has served as an assistant coach with the Peterborough Lakers of Major Series Lacrosse.
The No. 1 overall pick in the 2000 NLL Entry Draft, Kelusky was the Rookie of the Year in 2001, and went on to become a five-time NLL All Star, the All-Star MVP in 2005 and a NLL Sportsman- ship Award winner in 2007.
In September of 2016, Kelusky was inducted into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame during his second stint on the ballot for his extraordinary contributions.
In addition to NLL success, Kelusky also displayed dominance internationally and in other lacrosse organizations that include the MSL, MLL and internationally as a member of the Canadian team that won the 2003 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. He also captured gold indoors with Team Canada in 2007 and 2011 and Silver at the 2002 World Lacrosse Championships.
A former University of Hartford standout, Kelusky still holds the program record for goals in a season, the top mark for points per game in a season and stands second in all-time career goals, points and single season point total. He was inducted into the University of Hartford Alumni Hall of Fame in 2006.