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San Diego Seals Forward Curtis Dickson reached a major milestone of 500 career goals on Saturday, April 8 against the Las Vegas Desert Dogs. This feat makes him only the eighth player in NLL history to achieve such a feat.

Heading into Saturday’s game, Dickson sat at 497 goals. He had his 498th in the 2nd quarter of the game, and with 4 minutes left in the game his netted his 499th. The Seals had a power play at the end of the match, and with just 0:30 seconds on the game clock, Dickson scored his career 500th.

Dickson grew up in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia and later attended Delaware. He completed his college career as the fourth leading scorer and all-time Delaware leader in goals, with 62 goals and 15 assists his senior season.

Prior to signing with the Seals in August of 2022, he played 11 seasons with the Calgary Roughnecks. Dickson also played for the Chaos Lacrosse Club in the Premier Lacrosse League, and both the Denver Outlaws and New York Lizards in the MLL. In 2001 Dickson was drafted to the Roughnecks, where he won the NLL Rookie of the Year award.

Curtis made the transition to the Seals in 2022, and has continued to dominate the NLL West from California. He currently leads the Seals with goals this season with 42, and sits at #4 overall in the league.

Congrats Curtis!

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