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International Lacrosse: Team England Men’s Lacrosse Featured In “Project Denver Day Eight: Bryant Scrimmage, Back to England”; Training For 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships (Video)

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International Lacrosse: Team England Men’s Lacrosse Featured In “Project Denver Day Two: UMass Scrimmage″; Team Prepares For The 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships (Video)

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NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Men’s Lacrosse Scrimmages Team Canada’s World Cup Squads, Falling 14-10 To Team Red And 22-6 To Team White

Denver Men's Lacrosse vs Team Canada

The University of Denver men’s lacrosse team took on Team Canada’s Red and White squads in a fall ball scrimmage on Saturday evening at the Demske Sports Complex at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y. The Pioneers took on Team Red first, falling 14-10, before taking on Team White to close out the day, falling 22-6.

The scrimmage served as an evaluation for the 51-man Team Canada roster as it prepares for the 2014 FIL World Championships in Denver.

“It was a great experience overall,” said head coach Bill Tierney. “The first game was a very good demonstration of how good we can be. The second game helped us find out how far we have to go to be a great team. We thank the Canadians for this wonderful opportunity.

Denver began the day with a scrimmage against the Team Canada White squad, jumping out to an early 4-2 lead in the first quarter off goals from two goals from senior Bailey Dodds (Eden Prairie, Minn.), and one each from freshman Max Planning (Alexandria, Va.) and senior Tyler Simmons (Belvedere, Calif.)

Freshman Dallas Bridle (Orangeville, Ontario) scored to start the second quarter to put the Pioneers up 5-2 and after a score from the Reds, sophomore Colin Woolford (Norwalk, Conn.) made it 6-3 with his first of the day.

The Reds added two more goals prior to halftime to cut into the Pioneers’ lead, 6-5. Freshman Tyler Pace (Port Coquitlam, B.C.) made it 7-5 to start the third quarter, but the Reds answered with two goals to tie the game at 7-7.

The Reds added another and on the ensuing face-off, sophomore transfer Jack Bobzien (Littleton, Colo.) tied it all at 8-8, scoring a transition goal. Bobzien added another with a minute left in the third quarter to lift the Pioneers to 9-8.

Following four straight goals by the Reds, Simmons snapped the scoring rally with his second of the game to bring the Pioneers to within two. The Reds continued to put the pressure on, scoring two more goals, while the Pioneers were only able to net one, falling 14-11.

Current Pioneer and senior Jeremy Noble (Orangeville, Ontario) played for the Reds alongside former Pioneer Mark Matthews.

In the second game of the day, the Pioneers took on the Whites, falling behind 4-0 early in the first quarter. Junior Connor Pagnani (Nashville, Tenn.) scored from outside to put Denver on the scoreboard at 4-1.

Pace made it 4-2 with his first of the scrimmage, second of the day; however, the Whites scored twice more to end the first quarter 6-2.

Junior Sean Cannizzaro (Cazenovia, N.Y.) scored for the Pioneers early in the second quarter to cut the deficit to three, but the Whites once again extended their lead with two more goals to make it 8-3. Sophomore Jack Pruitt (Sammamish, Wash.) ended the scoring onslaught with his first goal of the day to pull within four.

The Whites then strung seven straight goals together to take a 15-4 lead before Cannizzaro snapped the streak with his second of the day to make it 15-5. After a goal by the Whites, freshman Zach Miller (Steamburg, N.Y.) scored his first of the day late in the third quarter to make it 16-6.

NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Men’s Lacrosse Faces Team Canada On Oct 12 At Canisius College (NY)

2012 Denver Men's Lacrosse Media Guide

The University of Denver men’s lacrosse program will take on the Canadian National Team in a fall ball scrimmage on Saturday, Oct. 12 in Buffalo, N.Y. at Canisius College at the Demske Sports Complex. The Pioneers will take on Team Canada Red at 4:30 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. MT) and then Team Canada White at 7 p.m. ET (5 p.m. MT).
“The Denver Pioneers kick off their 2013-14 campaign in a very challenging and exciting way,” said head coach Bill Tierney. “Having the chance to compete against Canada’s best players, as they vie to make their 2014 National Team, is an unprecedented opportunity. We look forward to taking the field for the first time with this great group of young men, who begin their journey together as Denver Pioneers.”
Along with competing against the Pioneers, Team Canada will also take on Robert Morris and Canisius. The scrimmages are serving as a selection camp for the Team Canada 51-man roster that is competing for roster spots for the upcoming 2014 FIL World Championships that will be hosted in Denver from July 10-19, 2014.
Among the 51-man roster is current Denver men’s lacrosse senior Jeremy Noble (Orangeville, Ontario) and junior Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.). Former Pioneers Geoff Snider, Dillon Roy, Cameron Flint and Mark Matthews will also wear the Red and White.
Noble will also be competing alongside his brother Jason Noble this weekend.
All sessions are open to the public and tickets are available for purchase at the gate for $5 per session.
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International Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of The “2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup”

2013 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup

“2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup”: Team USA Women’s Lacrosse Captures Record Seventh World Title With 19-5 Win Over Canada On July 20

Team USA Women's Lacrosse FIL World Championship 2013

USC women’s lacrosse head coach Lindsey Munday and assistant coach Devon Wills each captured their second FIL (Federation of International Lacrosse) Women’s World Cup gold medals as they helped Team USA to a record seventh world title on Saturday, July 20. The U.S. completed a truly dominant run to its championship with a 19-5 win over host nation Canada to finish 7-0 in the tournament.
Munday served as team captain for Team USA and finished with nine goals and 15 assists in the tournament for 24 points. She had a personal tournament-best six points (four goals and two assists) in the U.S.’s 21-8 win over England in the semifinals and notched a goal and four assists in a win over Australia in pool play. Wills had two games in which she had five saves each and finished with 16 saves in the tournament.
Team USA set program and tournament records for goals (127), goals per game (18.0), and margin of victory (13.2). The tournament saw the Americans outscore their opponents by a combined 127-34. This win was Team USA’s seventh World Cup title, having reached the final in all nine World Cup tournaments.
Both Munday and Wills were part of Team USA’s 2009 gold-medal squad that narrowly defeated Australia, 8-7, in the championship game, but this time was different as the US women crushed each of their opponents by at least nine goals.
In pool play, the U.S. went 4-0 to claim the top seed in the championship bracket and opened with an impressive 17-7 win over England. In its second game, the U.S. was unrelenting in a 19-2 victory over Wales. Australia was no match in a rematch of the 2009 title game as it fell, 18-9, to the Americans in Team USA’s third pool-play game. The U.S. women completed a perfect run through pool competition on a 13-2 triumph over Canada to hold all momentum heading into single-elimination games.

2013 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup

“2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup”: Team USA Women’s Lacrosse Defeats Australia 18-9 To Improve To 3-0 In Pool Play; Team Canada Up Next

Team USA Women's Lacrosse vs Australia 2013

Team USA captain Lindsey Munday was named Player of the Match for Team USA in the 18-9 win over Australia to improve the team to 3-0 in pool play leading up to Tuesday’s showdown with Canada that will decide the medal round top seed. Photo by JC Pinhiero.

2013 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup