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Bandits Coach Ted Sawicki Steps Down

02/07/2002, 4:53pm EST
By National Lacrosse League

BUFFALO, NY---Buffalo Bandits General Manager Kurt Silcott announced today that Head Coach Ted Sawicki has resigned from his coaching duties. A replacement for Sawicki has not been named. Assistant Coach Frank Nielsen will serve as interim head coach until a permanent replacement is named.

This was Sawicki's third season as Bandits head coach. He was named head coach after serving five seasons as assistant coach with the club. The Bandits have accumulated a 26-21 regular season and 0-1playoff record under Sawicki.

'We would like to thank Ted for all his efforts and contributions to the Bandits organization over the years. We wish him and his family nothing but the best in the future. We are comfortable that Frank will continue the high level of professionalism that Ted maintained as head coach of the team.' - - General Manager, Kurt Silcott

The Bandits take on the first place Albany Attack this Saturday at HSBC Arena. Game time is set for 7:30pm. The game can be heard live on radio 107.7 WNSA. For tickets visit the HSBC Arena Box Office or tickets.com in any Tops Friendly Markets location. In Canada, tickets can also be purchased at the Buffalo Sabres Canadian Sales Centre in Ridley Square and at select Sam The Record Man and Sports Obsession locations. Charge by phone toll free in the U.S. or Canada at 1-888-223-6000.

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