Ryan Sage grew up playing box lacrosse in Kelowna, BC. As a senior in high school, he moved to Vancouver to pursue it further. He played Junior A for the Victoria Shamrocks, and Nanaimo Timbermen, and was drafted by Nanaimo into the WLA. He received a scholarship to Mars Hill University, played four years and was honored with being a two-time Academic All American, Scholar Athlete of the Year, two-time second team all conference, and won the SAC conference championship. He’s been a member of the Scottish national team since 2013, and over that time played in two World Championships and one European Championship. He’s grown up coaching the youth organizations he’s played for and now currently coaches for the Firehawks youth club, and is the assistant coach at Notre Dame De Namur University.