Daily Archives: July 31, 2011

US Lacrosse Announces 36-Player Roster For 2011-12 U.S. Women’s Lacrosse National Senior Team

At the conclusion of a three-day tryout featuring more than 80 of the top women’s lacrosse players in the country, US Lacrosse has announced the 36-player roster for the 2011-12 U.S. women’s national senior team.

This team will lay the foundation for the 2013 team that will compete in the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario.

This team will come together for several events this year including: Stars & Stripes Weekend in October, Champion Challenge in January and conduct numerous national team player clinics throughout the year at various places around the country.

Name – Hometown, State, College

Sarah Albrecht – Braintree, Mass., Northwestern ‘06
Amy Altig – Severna Park, Md., James Madison ‘05
Casey Ancarrow – Jarrettsville, Md., James Madison ‘13
Kelly Berger – Columbia, Md., James Madison ‘07
Sarah Bullard – Needham, Mass., Duke ‘11
Kara Cannizzaro – Cazenovia, N.Y., North Carolina ‘13
Ally Carey – Bel Air, Md., Vanderbilt ‘12
Kristen Carr – Baltimore, Md., North Carolina ‘10
Corey Donohoe – Jarrettsville, Md., North Carolina ‘11
Katrina Dowd – Yorktown Heights, N.Y., Northwestern ‘10
Danielle Estraco – Massapequa, N.Y., Boston University 13
Amber Falcone – Westminster, Md., North Carolina ‘09
Molly Ford – Reisterstown, Md., Georgetown ‘10
Grace Golden – Manhasset, N.Y., William & Mary ‘11
Katie Hertsch – Westminster, Md., Hofstra ‘11
Megan Huether – Lutherville, Md., Duke ‘06
Kristin Igoe – Framingham, Mass., Boston College ‘11
Ashby Kaestner – Trappe, Md., Georgetown ‘10
Erica LaGrow – Skaneateles, N.Y., North Carolina ‘08
Kendall McBrearty – Alexandria, Va., Virginia ‘08
Caitlyn McFadden – Phoenix, Md., Maryland ‘10
Holly McGarvie – Medford, N.J., Princeton ‘09
Lindsey Munday – Mountain Lakes, N.J., Northwestern ‘06
Gina Oliver – Pottstown, Pa., Ohio State ‘05
Brittany Poist – Hampstead, Md., Maryland ‘11
Katie Rowan – Delmar, N.Y., Syracuse ‘09
Jennifer Russell – Andover, Mass., North Carolina ‘10
Katie Schwarzmann – Sykesville, Md., Maryland ‘13
Lauren Schwarzmann – Sykesville, Md., Johns Hopkins ‘08
Shannon Smith – West Babylon, N.Y., Northwestern ‘12
Danielle Spencer – Rochester, N.Y., Northwestern ‘10
Taylor Thornton – Dallas, Texas, Northwestern ‘12
Michelle Tumolo – Mullica Hill, N.J., Syracuse ‘13
Acacia Walker – Sherwood Forest, Md., Maryland ‘05
Devon Wills – Denver, Colo., Dartmouth ‘06
Laura Zimmerman – Syracuse, N.Y., North Carolina ‘12

Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws Lose 4th Quarter Lead And Game 10-9 To Boston Cannons On July 30 At INVESCO At Mile High

The Boston Cannons defeated the Denver Outlaws 10-9 in a back-and-forth match Saturday night in front of a crowd of 7,804 at INVESCO Field at Mile High.

Despite a two-goal fourth quarter lead, the Outlaws were unable to snap their losing streak, which was extended to a franchise-record four games. It marks the second time this month that Boston was able to beat Denver, clinching the season series against the Outlaws and a playoff berth.

With the loss, the Outlaws fall to 5-5 on the season and descend to a tie for third place with the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the league standings.

Entering the fourth quarter, Denver held a thin one-goal advantage. Drew Westervelt completed his hat trick early in the quarter, whipping it past Boston goalie Jordan Burke to put the Outlaws up 8-6 with under 14 minutes to play.

Brad Ross scored a power play, two-point goal later in the quarter to tie the contest at eight. It was Boston’s second power play goal of the contest.

Brendan Mundorf completed his own hat trick with 3:59 to play, giving the Outlaws a 9-8 lead.

Boston scored back-to-back goals within the next three minutes as Max Quinzani and Kevin Buchanan each scored past Outlaws goalie Jessie Schwartzman.

The Outlaws regained possession with 54 seconds in regulation, but lost possession 17 seconds later and Boston was able to run out most of the remaining time.

For more:  http://www.denveroutlaws.com/news/3367/boston-overcomes-late-deficit-to-beat-outlaws/