World Lax: USA brings home gold for second consecutive tournament

July 8, 2023

Hey Alexa, play the Star Spangled Banner. The United States of America are your 2023 World Lacrosse Championship gold medalists for the second consecutive tournament. The USA downed their neighbors to the north, a very stout Canada team, 10-7 in Saturday night’s final game in San Diego, California. These two clubs are world lacrosse juggernauts and it was very evident all game long. Let’s get to the action. Spoiler alert…


World Lacrosse: Canada, USA prevail in semis to meet for gold

July 1, 2023

The 2023 World Lacrosse Championship has been one for the ages. Teams from various different countries have gone to battle for the ultimate bragging rights and that coveted gold medal. Some teams have emerged and put the lacrosse world on notice such as Japan, Jamaica, Australia and many others, but one fact has remained the same. Canada and the United States stand in a class of their own. Going into…


World Lax: U.S. claims fourth consecutive gold at Worlds; England takes bronze

July 15, 2022

Women’s field lacrosse is a hell of a sport, and it doesn’t get the coverage it deserves from us. I hope to rectify that someday with more staff and resources. Women’s field is a vastly different sport from the men’s game, with its own rules and nuances, and should be appreciated as such. The athletes are strong, talented and inspiring and I encourage you to check out a game near…


Press Release: US men’s team roster named for Spring Premiere

December 11, 2019

SPARKS, Md. — U.S. head coach John Danowski will welcome 37 of the nation’s top men’s lacrosse players to Texas for the 2020 Spring Premiere. The U.S. senior team will play two games as part of the Spring Premiere at the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) in San Antonio on the weekend of Jan. 4-5, 2020. The U.S. men’s U19 team will also participate. On Saturday Jan. 4, the…


World Lax: USA falls to Iroquois again; will play for bronze

September 28, 2019

Once again, Team USA came close to knocking off the Iroquois Nationals at the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. After a 12-10 loss in group play, Thursday’s semifinal seemed to be even closer with the teams playing to a 2-2 tie at the half. But the Iroquois outscored the USA 7-5 in the second half to escape with the win and move into the gold medal game vs Canada. The…


World Lax: USA one step away from gold medal game

September 26, 2019

Last night Team USA took another step closer to playing for the gold medal as they defeated the Czech Republic 17-3 to advance to the semi-finals at the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. From the opening whistle, Team USA had control of this game. David Mather received the start in goal while Brett Manney, Joe Resetarits and Joel White all received the night off. Halfway through the first quarter, USA…


World Lax: USA finishes pool play 2-2

September 25, 2019

On Saturday night Team USA (1-2) fell to Iroquois Nationals (2-0) 12-10 in a very hard fought battle. Joe Resetarits and Adam Osika scored just 23 seconds apart to give USA an early advantage. After an Iroquois goal, USA responded again with a pair of goals by Blaze Riorden and Kieran McArdle 42 seconds apart to give them a 4-1 lead just seven minutes into the game. But as we know…


World Lax: USA splits first two contests

September 22, 2019

On opening night of the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, Team USA (0-1) fell hard to Canada (1-0) 16-6. Kieran McArdle and Blaze Riorden were the only goal scorers with three each. After McArdle tied the game in the early going, Canada went on a six-goal run to take control before Riorden scored on a two-man advantage. But then Canada’s stingy defense and more experienced goaltending was the big story….