World Lax: USA clinches No. 1 seed after defeating defending champion Canada

PETERBOROUGH, Ontario — A dominant second quarter fueled the United States to a 13-5 pool-clinching victory over host Canada at the 2019 World Lacrosse Women’s U19 World Championship. The U.S. moved to 3-0 for the tournament and will be the No. 1 overall seed. After an off-day on Monday, the U.S. will play a still to be determined opponent on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. in the Round of 16…

August 5, 2019

Press Release: US Lacrosse names WILC roster

July 26, 2019

SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has named 23 players and seven alternates to the roster for the U.S. men’s team that will compete in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in Langley, British Columbia from Sept. 19-28, 2019. “I want to thank all of the players that have participated in our events over the last two and a half years,” said head coach Regy Thorpe. “We had great enthusiasm throughout the…


Press Release: US Lacrosse invites 105 players to tryouts for 2020 men’s U19 team

May 18, 2019

SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has invited 105 of the nation’s top young men’s lacrosse players to try out for the 2020 U.S. U19 team. The final team selected after the tryout process concludes will compete in the World Lacrosse Men’s U19 Championship from July 9-18, 2020 in Limerick, Ireland. “We’re grateful that we had such an amazing response from players across all parts of the USA,” said head coach…


US Lacrosse: Danowski, Myers will return as U.S. men’s team coaches

November 23, 2018

SPARKS, Md. — A pair of coaches that led the United States to Federation of International Lacrosse world championships in dramatic fashion will return for a second term coaching in the U.S. National Team Program. John Danowski, who led the U.S. men’s senior team to a 9-8 victory over Canada in the FIL Men’s World Championship in Israel this past July, will return as the head coach of the U.S….


World Lax: USA wins controversial gold

July 23, 2018

Team USA took home gold versus Team Canada at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships on Saturday, but the victory will always have an asterisk beside it. Tom Schreiber, aka Captain America, scored the game-winning goal despite a moving pick and shot-clock issues in the dying seconds of the game. In the final minute, the U.S. had three consecutive shots go high of the cage. After the last one, Rob…


World Lax: USA holds on to beat Canada

July 17, 2018

Team USA managed to stay in the lead and defeat Team Canada 11-10 despite an obvious penalty late in the fourth quarter of their game on Sunday at the World Field Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel. The USA takes first place in the top pool of play with a 3-0 record while Canada falls to 2-1. Canada trailed 7-4 in the third quarter but fought back to take a 10-9…


World Lax: A hopping good game for USA

July 15, 2018

Team USA soundly defeated Team Australia by a score of 19-1 on Saturday in blue group action at the World Field Lacrosse Championships. Leading the way for Team USA was Jordan Wolf with three goals and two assists. Ryan Brown, Marcus Holman and Tom Schreiber all had hat tricks for the USA, who led 12-0 by halftime. “We were looking to be a little more aggressive from the start,” said…


World Lax: Jet-lagged Iroquois defeated by USA

July 14, 2018

JULY 12 – A tale of two halves would be the best description of Thursday’s Iroquois-USA matchup. Team Iroquois lost to Team USA by a score of 17-9 after flying in that same day. Team Iroquois, plagued by passport issues, flew the 11-hour flight to come into Israel only to be soundly defeated by Team USA. The Iroquois missed the 2010 tournament in England due to issues with their Haudenosaunee…


PHOTOS: MLL All-Star game

July 3, 2018

Laura Kupsey was at the MLL All-Star game vs. Team USA on June 28th at Harvard Stadium in Boston, MA, and captured all the action! The MLL All-Stars defeated Team USA 15-14 in overtime, with Will Manny scoring the winning goal. For additional photos, click here.


MLL All-Star Game: Team USA still has work to do before World’s

June 30, 2018

This year’s all-star game should be renamed the all-star(s) game as there really was not one star who was brighter than the others as the Major League Lacrosse team defeated Team USA 15-14 in overtime. It is true that Will Manny scored the game winning goal for the boys of Major League Lacrosse.  However, it was truly a team effort of Herculean proportion that allowed this talented group of men…