|League||OLA Senior B Lacrosse League (2003-2006)
Major Series Lacrosse (2007–2015)
|Home Arena||Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex|
|Colours||Purple & Black|
The Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks were a Senior "A" box lacrosse team from Waterloo, Ontario. The Kodiaks played in the Eastern Division of the Major Series Lacrosse Senior "A" Lacrosse League where they competed in a 20 game regular season (10 at home) from May through July and playoffs beginning in August and ending with the Mann Cup in September. The Kodiaks played their home games at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex, a multi-purpose recreational complex located in Waterloo, Ontario.
The Kodiaks competed in the OLA Senior B League starting in 2003. However, on March 12, 2006, the Ontario Lacrosse Association approved the sale of the St. Catharines Athletics franchise to the Kodiaks and the subsequent promotion to the Sr. A loop for the 2007 season. After years of declining support and attendance for the team, owner Al Orth sold the team to a group of investors from Cobourg, Ontario. The Kodiaks last season in Kitchener-Waterloo was the 2015 season with the team moving to Cobourg for the 2016 season.
|2003||16||13||2||1||152||106||27||2nd OSBLL||Lost Final, Won Presidents Cup|
|2004||16||12||4||0||162||101||24||2nd OSBLL||Lost Semi-final|
|2005||14||10||4||0||134||98||20||1st OSBLL||Won League, Won Presidents Cup|
|2006||18||5||12||1||158||224||11||6th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2007||18||4||14||0||164||210||8||6th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2008||18||6||10||2||160||188||14||5th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2009||18||9||9||0||164||184||18||4th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2010||16||6||9||1||135||139||13||4th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2011||19||4||15||0||143||193||8||5th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2012||14||5||8||1||123||125||11||5th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2013||20||10||9||1||200||181||21||4th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2014||18||10||8||0||153||154||20||3rd MSL||Lost Semi-final|
|2015||18||4||13||1||130||167||9||6th MSL||Lost Quarter-final|
Presidents Cup ResultsEdit
|2003||Owen Sound, ON||5||4||1||48||41||Won Gold|
|2005||Waterloo, ON||5||5||0||62||23||Won Gold|
- http://www.ontariolacrosse.com/content/pdf/content_724.pdf "Minutes of the Ontario Lacrosse Association Board of Governors Meeting – Mar 12, 2006", Ontario Lacrosse Association, Accessed 12-Mar-12
- Rivet, Christine (Feb 16, 2016). "Emotional farewell for Kodiaks 'cornerstone'". The Record. Retrieved Aug 1, 2019.