The class of '63 went their separate ways. George shipped out to California and was getting his ship ready to go to Vietnam when he began playing in the burgeoning California club league for the Temple City Chiefs. The Chiefs were formed by a Canadian, Al Saviano. Serving on a Destroyer from 1963 until '66 and then as an executive officer of a landing ship tank, leading up to 90 men, Tracy's assignments had him in and out of ports in California, where he continued to play when he could. These clubs were really the start of lacrosse in the west. Teammates Tommy Mitchell and Karl Ripplemeyer both promoted lacrosse for years in California and are, even now, growing the game in Las Vegas. Brian Lantier, a 1965 Navy grad, settled in northern California and started clubs there. They even started a north-south California game, played by some of the college game's biggest star alumnae, many from the service academies, but also businessmen who had moved west for various reasons. They once played a demonstration game at halftime of a Rams football game. In total, Tracy played for 15 years on the club level in five different states and was also a member of The Collegians, the 1962 Maryland Box Lacrosse Champions on the televised box lacrosse league in Maryland.