By Sam Laskaris Writer The Haudenosaunee squad competing at the world men’s field lacrosse championships in San Diego managed to conclude its round-robin schedule on a positive note. The club, which includes plenty of Six Nations connections, defeated Australia 10-6 in its fourth and final round-robin match held on Monday. That victory enabled the Haudenosaunee squad to finish with a 2-2 round-robin mark. The squad had also kicked off its appearance at the worlds with a lopsided 18-5 victory over England this past Friday. The Haudenosaunee then suffered a pair of heartbreaking losses. First it was downed 9-7 by the United States, the defending world champs, in a Saturday match. Canada then edged the Haudenosaunee side 8-7 in a game on Sunday. The 4-0 Americans and Canada, which posted a
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