United States national indoor lacrosse team

The United States national indoor lacrosse team represents the U.S. in box lacrosse at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Team USA has won the bronze medal in all four WILC tournaments. The team is organized by US Lacrosse, the national governing body. The roster usually consists of professional players, some of which play in the National Lacrosse League or Major League Lacrosse.

United States national indoor lacrosse team
Medal record
World Indoor Lacrosse Championship
2003 Toronto
2007 Halifax
2011 Prague
2015 Onondaga Nation

2011 WILC

At the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, Team USA came very close to reaching the Gold medal game. In group play, they were beaten by the Iroquois Nationals only by one goal, 10–11. Their semi-final game was very close too, when they lost to Canada 10–15. In the Bronze medal game, Team USA beat the Czech Republic 16–7. Casey Powell was named tournament MVP.

2019 WILC

The roster for the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship was announced on July 25, 2019. [1]

NamePositionTeam
Gowah AbramsGoaliePhiladelphia Wings
Trevor BaptisteTransitionPhiladelphia Wings
Connor BuczekTransition
Greg DowningTransitionNew England Blackwolves
Matt DunnDefenseGeorgia Swarm
Tim EdwardsTransitionColorado Mammoth
Anthony KellyTransition
Connor KellyForwardNew York Riptide
Jacob LazoreGoalie
Brett ManneyDefenseNew England Blackwolves
David MatherGoalie
Kieran McArdleForwardNew York Riptide
Ethan O’ConnorDefenseBuffalo Bandits
Chris O’DoughertyDefenseVancouver Warriors
Cody RadziewiczTransition
Matt RamboForwardPhiladelphia Wings
John RanaganDefenseNew York Riptide
Joe ResetaritsForwardNew England Blackwolves
Blaze RiordenForwardPhiladelphia Wings
Tom SchrieberForwardToronto Rock
Taylor StuartTransitionColorado Mammoth
Gale ThorpeForward
Joel WhiteTransition

References

  1. "US LACROSSE NAMES ROSTER FOR WORLD INDOOR LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP" (Press release). US Lacrosse. July 25, 2019.
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