Roughnecks legend Kaleb Toth has been named a Western Scout for the organization.
The Calgary Roughnecks General Manager, Alternate Governor and Director, Business Operations Mike Board is pleased to announce the addition of Kaleb Toth as Western Scout. Toth, a member of the Roughnecks from 2002-12, will join area scouts Duane Bratt (Alberta Amateur Scout), Neil Doddridge (Western Scout), Ryan Williams (Western Scout) and Brian Beisel (Eastern Scout).
“I'm excited to continue my involvement with the Roughnecks family," said Toth. “I look forward to working with management and coaches to continue to bring new lacrosse talent to the organization.”
“We are happy to have Kaleb working in the organization, he brings plenty of knowledge and passion to the table,” said Board. “As a coach in the Western Lacrosse Association, he has an intimate knowledge of players in western Canada which is a valuable commodity for us."
Toth, who retired in December 2012, was an integral member of the Roughnecks for 11 seasons. The four-time NLL all-star (2002, 2004, 2005 and 2006) set regular season franchise records in most goals (274), assists (354), points (628) and game-winning goals (15). On March 2, 2013, Toth became the first inductee in the “Forever A Roughneck” program, a distinction that recognizes his contributions to the game of lacrosse both on the floor and in the Calgary community. The Calgary, Alberta native made his coaching debut with the Western Lacrosse Association’s Nanaimo Timbermen this summer. He and his family reside in Ladysmith, British Columbia.