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International Lacrosse: US Lacrosse Announces ESPN To Broadcast “2014 FIL Men’s Lacrosse World Championships” On July 10-19 In Denver, CO
International Lacrosse: “2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup” In Oshawa Canada Releases Schedule Of Play; 19 Teams Compete On July 10-20
International Lacrosse: Team England U-19 Men’s Lacrosse Trains For 2012 Lacrosse European And World Championships
The 46-strong male team will be coming to Lincoln on August 21 for seven days, working with two Masters Students.
The students will be assessing and monitoring the players to improve technique and performance ready for the Lacrosse European Championships and World Championships.
Team Manager Alison Cara said: “We are very excited about using the University of Lincoln for our England U19 training camp and building a long-term partnership with them.
“Their support will be invaluable in our preparation for the World Championships in 2012.
“We are also delighted that we can help develop and promote lacrosse in the area.”
After practicing, the team will then play an international match against an American team on at the University on October 9, from 2.30pm.
Team USA Women’s Lacrosse U-19 Defeats Japan 19-5 On Aug 4 In First Round Of The 2011 FIL Women’s U-19 World Lacrosse Championships
American midfielder Kayla Treanor scored back-to-back goals to open play, and Team USA never looked back as they raced to a 19-5 win over Japan in their first game of the 2011 FIL U19 Women’s World Cup.
The win over Japan gives the U.S. a 1-0 record at the tournament. They will face their next opponent, Canada, tomorrow at 3 p.m. local time.
The U.S. never trailed in the victory, and attacker Erin McMunn led all scorers with 6 goals. McMunn was named player of the match for her efforts, an unexpected gift on her 18th birthday.
“It feels great to get our first win. The girls played so well. It was a tough Japan team that kind of startled us in the beginning a little bit, but it was fun to see the girls make the adjustments and start to pull away from a very good team,” said American head coach Krystin Porcella.
Despite Treanor’s quick start, Team Japan’s zone defense disrupted the Americans’ rhythm in the first half. Japanese attacker Tamoko Takarada (3g) cut the score to 6-4 midway through the first period on an unassisted goal, prompting a time out.
“Japan was throwing some stuff at us we hadn’t seen yet, and they were doing a very good job of it, so I said ‘Let’s regroup here, and take a deep breath, and go out and play our style of lacrosse instead of playing into their game which is what they wanted us to do,’” said Porcella.
The Americans responded with eight unanswered goals, putting the match out of reach. Seven different players scored for Team USA, led by McMunn and with hat tricks from Treanor, Cortney Fortunato and Jennifer Cook. Madison Acton, Covie Stanwick and Taylor Trimble each added a single goal. Kelsey Duryea started in goal for the Americans and made four saves in the first half; Allie Murray relieved her at the break and added three saves.
Team USA Women’s Lacrosse U19 Team Prepares For First Game Against Japan In “2011 FIL Under-19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship”
In their hands, they clutched national symbols — a toy kangaroo for Australia,
inflatable dragons for Wales, flags for everyone — and clusters of pink and white balloons.
Team USA will play their first game of the tournament Thursday at 5 p.m. local time against Japan.
Upon Lange’s declaration, the laxers released the balloons into the summer sky before a crowd of family and friends, marking an optimistic beginning to the fifth U19 world games. Twelve teams, an all-time high, are participating in the tournament, which is the first-ever FIL event to be held in Germany, a growing force in international lacrosse.
“We know that lacrosse is still globally quite small, but it’s growing faster than ever before,” FIL Women’s Director Shelley Maher told the crowd.
Streaming into the stadium, the teams sang national songs, pop hits and call-and-response cheers with their opponents. Rivalries were put on hold as the high-spirited teams took in the moment.
International Lacrosse: U.S. Prepares For 2011 Women’s U-19 Lacrosse World Championships On Aug. 3-13 In Hannover, Germany
2011 U.S. Under-19 Women’s National Team
M Madison Acton (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln Sudbury Regional ’12)
D Alyssa Blevins (Bel Air, Md./C. Milton Wright ’11)
M Tatum Coffey (Toms River, N.J./Toms River North ’11)
A Jen Cook (Towson, Md./ McDonogh ’11)
G Kelsey Duryea (Beverly, Mass./Governor’s Academy ’12)
D Christine Ferguson (Weston, Mass./St. Paul’s ’11)
A Cortney Fortunato (Northport, N.Y./Northport ’13)
M Shannon Gilroy ((Northport, N.Y./Northport ’11)
A Erin McMunn (Westminster, Md./Winters Mill ’11)
M Kelly McPartland (Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale ’11)
G Allie Murray (Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown ’11)
M Mikaela Rix (Garden City, N.Y./Garden City ’11)
D Caileigh Sindall (Silver Spring, Md./Good Counsel ’11)
A Brigid Smith (Rockville, Md./Good Counsel ’11)
A Covie Stanwick (Baltimore, Md./Notre Dame Prep ’11)
D Barbara Sullivan (Garden City, N.Y./Garden City ’11)
M Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna, N.Y./Niskayuna ’12)
M Taylor Trimble (Rosemont, Pa./Episcopal Academy ’11)
Team USA Men’s Lacrosse Team Receives “FIL World Lacrosse Championship” Rings At Ceremony In New York
The 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) world champion U.S. men’s national lacrosse team received their championship rings at a traditional ring ceremony on Friday, Dec. 17, at New York’s Cornell Club in New York City.
The program included a video of the team’s remarkable journey and remarks from US Lacrosse and team staff followed by the presentation of the rings from Head Coach Mike Pressler. The FIL World Championships were held in Manchester, England, July 15-24, 2010. The team finished the tournament with a 6-1 record, defeating and reclaiming the gold from Team Canada in the championship game, 12-10. This is the ninth world champion title for Team USA.
- The U.S. men’s national team has now won seven of the last eight world titles (1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2010)
- The United States will host the next FIL World Championships in Denver, Colo. in the summer of 2014
- Mike Pressler served as the head coach for the 2010 U.S. team
- Ryan Powell (Syracuse ’00) and Kevin Cassese (Duke ’03) were the captains of the gold medal-winning team
As the U.S. men’s national team’s year comes to a close, the U.S. women’s U19 national team prepares to defend its 2007 world championship title. Head Coach Krystin Porcella and the team will travel to Hannover, Germany for the 2011 FIL U19 World Championships, Aug. 4-13.
To learn more, visit:
U.S. national team programs: http://www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav/NationalTeams.aspx
US Lacrosse: www.uslacrosse.org<http://www.uslacrosse.org>