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New Jersey Storm Builds Front Office Staff

05/24/2001, 1:05pm EDT
By National Lacrosse League

The New Jersey Storm announce the appointment of Jim Rogers to the position of Assistant General Manager and Assistant Coach. Rogers won a World Championship last season as General Manager of the Philadelphia Wings. Prior to spending one season as the Wings GM, Rogers played seven seasons for the Wings from 1994-2000, winning three League Championships.

"Jim has a been a winner in this League, and he will help make the Storm a winner too," said Storm owner Jayson Williams. "We are excited to have him on board."

Jim Brady of St Catharines, Ontario has also joined the organization as Director of Player Personnel and Assistant Coach. Brady is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Lacrosse Halls of Fame. Brady has coached at the Junior A Level and amassed over 400 wins, including 100 playoff wins and six National Championships as a General Manager and Coach.

On the two hirings, Williams said "We are delighted to hire two gentlemen with such track records of success. We're going to have some fun."

The Storm will announce their General Manager and Head Coach shortly. For New Jersey Storm ticket information call (201) 939-8374 or log on to www.njstorm.com.

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