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Copa América de Lacrosse
July 21-26, 2015

(Toronto, Ontario) The Federation of International Lacrosse is pleased to announce that the Mexican Lacrosse Association (Federación Mexicana de Lacrosse – FML) will host the first-ever American Lacrosse Cup in Mexico City July 21 through 26, 2015. In conjunction with the main tournament, FML will host a lacrosse festival and FIL will be hosting three separate lacrosse clinics for men’s players, women’s players and officials.

FIL President Stan Cockerton said in a statement, “The FIL will endorse the Mexican Lacrosse Federation’s efforts in hosting the inaugural American Lacrosse Cup on July 21 through 26 2015, in Mexico City and will recognize it as an official FIL event.”

Cockerton continued, “We wish you and all the regional participants the best of luck as you move forward with this historic event and we are confident that the American Lacrosse Cup will be a springboard for the future development of lacrosse in Mexico and Central and South America both on and off the field.”

José Luis Espinosa Nuñez, President – Federación Mexicana de Lacrosse, is extremely proud and excited that FML will serve as host for the inaugural event, “We are thrilled that the FIL has endorsed the Copa América de Lacrosse.” Nuñez continued, “Our mission is to grow the sport of lacrosse throughout Central and South America and FIL’s support is vital to this mission. We look forward to the success of Copa América and hope it grows each year into one of FIL’s largest and most successful regional events.”

Nuñez also announced a 25% discount off registration fees for each team a country brings to the festival.

“If a country brings four teams to the festival, they can essentially participate in the tournament at no cost (100% discount).” He explained, “The idea is to support the Latino American countries that are not able to come because of a lack of funding. We want them to attend, so this will hopefully serve as an incentive.”

For more information about the discount, please contact Nuñez directly at: laxfest2015@lacrossemexico.com

Copa América de Lacrosse Brochure:
filacrosse.com/wp-content/themes/sportedge/downloads/Lacrosse_abril_2015.pdf

Contact Information:

Copa América de Lacrosse:
mexicolacrosse@hotmail.com

Copa América de Lacrosse Festival:
laxfest2015@lacrossemexico.com

Official Copa América de Lacrosse Tournament Website:
www.americalacrosse2015.com

See more at: filacrosse.com/copa-america-de-lacrosse/
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U19 Scottish Lacrosse World Championship team announced
- from Lacrosse Scotland Press Release

(Lacrosse Scotland) After a successful Home Internationals 2015 campaign and USA training tour, Lacrosse ScotlandU19 Head Coach Kate Nelson-Lee is pleased to announce the 18 players who will welcome the world to Edinburgh for this summer’s FIL Rathbones Women’s U19 World Championship.

See more at: filacrosse.com/u19-scottish-lacrosse-world-championship-team-announced/

Scotland’s 2015 U19 World Championship Squad

Chloe Carruthers
Susie Clements
Lucy Cran
Shona Drummond
Caroline Getley
Francesca Gray
Ailie Groom
Rosie Hazell
Tara Houston
Megan MacMillian
Heather Macrae
Nathalie Manser
Lucinda Maxwell
Lindsey Powrie
Benedicte Sampson
Isla Scott
Sarah Slater
Emily Woolcott

Coaches/Staff:

Kate Nelson-Lee, Head Coach
Pauline Davey, Manager
Abbie Mitchell, Assistant Coach
Jen Allison, Assistant Coach
Val Houston, Assistant Coach, S&C
Vanessa Heywood, GK Coach and Physio
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Wales Women’s Team Prepares for 2015 U19 WC in local invitationals
—from Welsh Lacrosse Association’s Facebook Page

See more at: filacrosse.com/wales-womens-team-prepares-for-2015-u19-wc-in-local-invitationals/

(WLA Facebook Page Excerpt) Congratulations to the following players who will represent Wales at the 2015 U19 Women’s Home Internationals competition.

Abby Attenborough
Rozy Baynham
Daisy Chaffey
Rachael Chaffey
Nicky Clift
Alys Cowx
Mollie Edwards
Penny Green
Arianna Guppy
Lizzy Hamshere
Lauren Hirst
Ellie Jones
Emanuella Kefalas
Alexandrea Mapps
Emily Parfitt
Laura Peacock
Arabella Pearson
Annabel Williams
Polly Brooks (travelling reserve)

The Rathbones U19 Home Internationals take place at the University of Edinburgh, Peffermill Playing Fields from Friday 27th March to Sunday 29th March 2015.
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U.S. Women’s U19 Final 18-Player Roster
—Lane Errington | US Lacrosse

(US Lacrosse Website) US Lacrosse today [15 Jan 2015] announced the final 18-player roster for the 2015 U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Team, which will defend gold at the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 World Championship this summer in Edinburgh, Scotland.

See more at: filacrosse.com/u-s-womens-u19-final-18-player-roster/

The final 18-player roster by position, with high school and graduation year noted.

2015 U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Team

Attack
Brindi Griffin, McDonogh (Md.), 2016
Miranda Ibello, Maryvale Prep (Md.), 2015
Nikki Ortega, Centereach (N.Y.), 2015
Lindsey Ronbeck, Manhasset (N.Y.), 2015

Midfield
Andie Aldave, McDonogh (Md.), 2017
Tess D’Orsi, St. Mark’s (Mass.), 2016
Olivia Ferrucci, Barron Collier (Fla.), 2015
Jackie Gilbert, Amador Valley (Calif.), 2015
Chloe Jones, Lawrenceville (Pa.), 2017
Kerrigan Miller, Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.), 2016
Francesca Whitehurst, Roland Park Country (Md.), 2015

Defense
Natalie Bulgier, Souderton (Pa.), 2015
Erin Kelly, Clarkstown South (N.Y.), 2015
Sarah Platt, Agnes Irwin (Pa.), 2016
Hannah Proctor, Radnor (Pa.), 2015
Claire Quinn, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 2015

Goalie
Samantha Giacolone, Eastport-South Manor (N.Y.), 2015
Mallory Weisse, Westfield (N.J.), 2015

Two alternates were selected to travel with the team to Scotland, and can be added to the active roster in the instance of injury.

Alternates
Sam Apuzzo, midfield, West Babylon (N.Y.), 2015
Caroline Zaffino, attack, St. Paul’s (N.H.), 2015

Coaches
Kim Simons, Head Coach
Michele DeJuliis, Assistant Coach
Bowen Holden, Assistant Coach
Wendy Kridel, Assistant Coach

Staff
Sarah Aschenbach, General Manager
Theresa Sherry, Assistant General Manager
Dr. Mark Peluso, Primary Care Physician
Carl Nissen, Orthipedic Physician
Barbara-Jean Ercolino, Head Athletic Trainer
Cristina Nistler, Assistant Athletic Trainer

Meet the Team on YouTube:
youtu.be/CaZElWGGacg
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2015 New Zealand Women’s U19 Squad Announced
—from New Zealand Lacrosse

Together with Head Coach Remington Steele, the NZWLA is pleased to announce the New Zealand U19 Women’s Team who will compete at the FIL 2015 U19 Women’s World Championship in Edinburgh Scotland, Thursday 23 July – Saturday 1 August 2015.

See more at: filacrosse.com/2015-new-zealand-womens-u19-squad-announced/

Congratulations and best of luck!

2015 New Zealand Women’s U19 World Championship Squad
Georgia Archer – Harbour Hawks
Ollie Archer – Harbour Hawks
Phoebe Bardoul – Hamilton East Phoenix
Taylor Barker – Harbour Hawks
Harriet Beattie – College Rifles/ Hamilton East Phoenix
Georgia Carter – Westforce
Tori Crisford – College Rifles
Anna Dawson – Hamilton North Falcons/ Harbour Hawks
Tegan Edmonds – Harbour Hawks
Ellen Hackett – Lacrosse Central
Samantha Hyland – Harbour Hawks
Savannah McAtamney-Rasch – Footscray, Australia
Erin Parker – Hamilton East Phoenix
Sammy Quintal – Hamilton East Phoenix
Ella Ransley – Cambridge
Gemma Rose – Hamilton North Falcons
Paige Salthouse – McKendree University, USA
Elise Windsor – Cambridge

Alternates
Melissa Gratwicke – Cambridge
Siobhan Quintal – Hamilton East Phoenix

Coaches
Head Coach: Remington Steele
Assistant Coach: Phil Cowper
Assistant Coach: Jess Evans
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Israel announces roster for U19 Women’s Championship

(TEL AVIV, ISRAEL) The Israel Lacrosse Association has announced their 38-player roster for the Israel women’s national team which will compete at the 2015 FIL Women’s U-19 World Cup and International Festival of Lacrosse, held in Edinburgh, Scotland, from July 23-August 1.

See more at: filacrosse.com/israel-announces-roster-for-u19-womens-championship/

Israel Lacrosse U19 Women’s Lacrosse Roster
Nikol Baglay
Rotem Ben Zino
Alison Koff
Nastia Pyankov
Orly Yehuda
Noga Garin
Maor Malrah
Talya Ozeri
Molly Covarrubias
Shilat Ohayon
Alex Ginsberg
Rotem Gozlan
Gal Peretz
Mikaella Rutenberg
Julie Wise
Rachel Becker
Talia Ben Shetareet
Serenah Cale
Chasia Warshow
Genna Portner
Rebecca Wilen
Gabriella Cheban
Tahlee Yichye
Anna Ilnitzki
Gina Salemi
Natalie Lowenstein
Jenna Baverman
Charly Walter
Sivan Gvili
Matty Novick
Ilana Sunshine
Sabina Skolnick
Alex Freedman
Shiran Malrah
Drew Reno
Lilly Pollak
Sami Hirsch
Emma Novick

Coaches/Staff:
General Manager: Julia Szafman
Head Coach (Championship): Hannah Deoul
Assistant Coaches (Championship): Emily Brodsky, Taylor Roy, Amanda Tuck
Head Coach (Festival): Kim Dubansky
Athletic Trainer: Mike Boisselle
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Haudenosaunee Nation U19 Women’s Lacrosse Roster Set
—from Press Releases and Two Rows Time news post

(SIX NATIONS) The 2015 U-19 Women’s Field Lacrosse roster is now set as the 18 players get ready for the FIL Rathbones Women’s U19 World Championship at the University of Edinburgh Scotland’s Peffermill Playing Fields between July 23rd and August 1st, 2015.

See more at: filacrosse.com/haudenosaunee-nation-u19-womens-lacrosse-roster-set/

Haudenosaunee Nation U19 Women’s Lacrosse Team

Attack
McKenzie Harris (C), Brighton (N.Y.), 2017 – Seneca Nation
Shayla Scanlan, Lake Shore (N.Y), 2017 – Seneca Nation
Alanna Herne, Buffalo State College (N.Y.) – Mohawk Nation

Attack/Midfield
Cheyenne Burnam (C), Onondaga Community College (N.Y.) – Mohawk Nation
Ashley Hill, McKinnon Park Secondary (O.N., Canada), 2018 – Mohawk Nation

Midfield
Alie Jimerson (C), University at Albany (N.Y.) – Cayuga Nation
Dana Issacs (C), McKinnon Park Secondary (O.N., Canada), 2015 – Onondaga Nation
Lynnzee Miller, The Hill Academy (O.N., Canada), 2016 – Mohawk Nation
Victoria Thompson, Salmon River (N.Y.), 2015 – Mohawk Nation
Jalyn Jimerson, Lake Shore (N.Y.), 2018 – Cayuga Nation
Jacelyn Lazore, Salmon River (N.Y.), 2018 – Mohawk Nation
Leini Johnson, McKinnon Park Secondary (O.N., Canada) – Mohawk Nation

Midfield/Defense
Mia DiBello, Syracuse University (N.Y.) – Oneida Nation
Jadyn Bomberry, McKinnon Park Secondary (O.N., Canada), 2016 – Mohawk Nation
Tsiotenhariio Herne, Salmon River (N.Y.), 2015 – Mohawk Nation

Defense
Kori Tewateranhiank’wa McComber, New Hampton (N.H.), 2016 – Mohawk Nation

Defense/Goalie
Samantha Williams, McKinnon Park Secondary (O.N., Canada), 2016 – Onondaga Nation

Goalie
Jenna Haring, Lake Shore (N.Y.), 2016 – Seneca Nation

Coaches/Staff:
Regy Thorpe, Head Coach
Kristen Selvage, Assistant Coach
Maggie Koch, Assistant Coach
Sarah Holden, Assistant Coach
Tia Schindler, General Manager
Farrah Perkins, Team Manager

(C) = Team Captains

The Haudenosaunee Nation will compete at the FIL Under-19 World Championship, July 23-August 1 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Germany Announces U19 Women’s Lacrosse Team

The German Lacrosse Association (DlaxV) pleased to announce the German U19 Women’s Lacrosse team in 2015 officially. (Photo: Bernd Witzmann)

filacrosse.com/germany-announces-u19-womens-lacrosse-team/

German U19 Women’s Lacrosse Team
Celina Aniolek
Charlotte man
Hannah Kolaß (C)
Insa Kriwall
Jana Dejdar
Jennifer Karle
Johanna Kiene
Jule Neubauer
Catherine Quante
Lara Igbekele
Lena Stede
Luise Lürken
Nina Limburg (C)
Philina Partsch
Rebecca Korhammer
Sina John
Sophie Mollenhauer
Stella Gnädig

Coaches:
Bettina Wilhelm, Head Coach
Jackie Klaus, Assistant Coach
Regina Flatken, Assistant Coach
Annabelle von Oetinger, General Manager

The DlaxV congratulates all the U19 Women’s tryout candidates!
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Finland Announces U19 Women’s National Team

Following 2 tryout weekends, 9 training sessions, 18 hours of hard work and a lot of sore and tired muscles [January 2015] here is the 2015 Finland Lacrosse U19 Women’s National Team!

See more at: filacrosse.com/finland_announces_u19_womens_national_team/

2015 Finland Lacrosse U19 Women’s National Team

Attack
# 2 Elina Saarentaus
#21 Linda Baumgartner (Captain)
#25 Heini Nummila
#40 Mari Lamberg

Midfield
#37 Tiina Hannunen
#16 Mari Alapappila
#17 Emma Virtanen
#12 Elina Känkänen
#13 Suvi Rantapuska
#10 Anne Ala-Krekola

Defense
#20 Leeni Tuunainen
#35 Sini Siekkinen
#28 IIona Markkanen
#14 Terhi Hassinen (Captain)
#43 Anna Perttola

Goalie
#38 Katri Tanninen
#33 Tanja Matilainen
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England Announces Final Roster for Women’s U19 Championship

(MANCHESTER, ENGLAND) With just [about three months] to go until Team England’s opening game against Wales at the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s Lacrosse World Championship, in Edinburgh, Scotland Team England U19 head coach Nicky Budd announces her final team.

See more at: filacrosse.com/england-announces-final-roster-for-womens-u19-championship/

2015 Team England U19’s Women’s Team
Emma Adams (C)
Hannah Bray
Clare Brown
Alice Cranwell
Nancy Day
Luci Delaney
Alex Drewe
Ellie Hillier
Taya Jackson (VC)
Bex Jordache
India-Rose May
Amelia Miller
Zoe Parker
Feenie Ruiz
Amelia Ruiz
Freya Savage
Tilly Shires
Hannah Thurston
Zoe Thursz (VC)
Olivia Wimpenny (C)
Coaches:

Nicky Budd
Michael Molster
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Colombian U19 Women prepare for 2015 World Championship debut

(BOGOTA, COLOMBIA) Last month (January, 2015) the Colombia Lacrosse Association held its very first U19 Girls lax camp with players attending from schools all across the city. Having just started our application for passports the dream of seeing Scotland is getting more and more within our reach. The girls are seeing the end goal and training harder and faster than ever.

The January clinic focused mainly on on-field spatial awareness and positioning around the goal. The stick skills of the girls are improving quickly, but they are still developing on-field knowledge which is hard to instill when they haven’t played team sports before. This is a big hurdle we’re facing as we work to grow and expand the girls side of the sport across Colombia. The girls are learning fast though, and their dedication, alongside the friendships they are developing, are exciting for all the people involved in the Association to see.

—Lotty Lawrence | on the LaxAllStars Colombia Lacrosse Blog

See more at: filacrosse.com/colombian-u19-women-prepare-for-2015-world-championship-debut/
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Canadian U19 National Women’s Lacrosse Team

Dean French, Canada’s national team Chairman and the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) have announced Canada’s roster for the 2015 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) U19 World Championship. Canada’s top female athletes will take on the world vying for gold against long-time rivals from the United States and Australia, amongst other countries.

See more at: filacrosse.com/canadian-u19-national-womens-lacrosse-team/

the CLA is pleased to announce the final 18 member roster that will represent Canada at the 2015 FIL U19 World Championship in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer, July 23-August 1.

2015 U19 Women’s Field Team Canada
Tessa Chad
Bailey Collins
Aurora Cordingly
Erica Evans
Emily Gillingham
Kameron Halsall
Isabel Hoffard
Avery Hogarth
Megan Kinna
Selena Lasota
Jocelyne Lemay
Holly Lloyd
Kennedy Milburn
Kenzie Neal
Brenna Shanahan
Danita Stroup
Lydia Sutton
Brynne Yarranton

Coaches/Staff:
National Team Director Women’s Field: Gary Gait
Head Coach: Scott Teeter
Assistant Coach: Scott Tucker
Assistant Coach: Tami Rayner
Assistant Coach: Allison Daley
Assistant Coach: Carly Quinn
Team Physician: Dr. Jennifer M. Teeter
Athletic Therapist: Jennifer Bell, B.PHE, ATTH, CAT(C), CSCS
Team Coordinator: Mark Morissette
Head Scout: Steve Quinn
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2015 U19 Australian Women’s Team

Together with Head Coach Trish Adams, ALA is pleased to announce the U19 Australian Women’s Team 2015 who will compete at the FIL 2015 U19 Women’s World Championship, in Edinburgh Scotland, Thursday 23 July – Saturday 1 August 2015.

Photo is of 2015 U19 Australian Women – 2015 Southern Crosse Tournament Winners (January, 2015)

See more at: filacrosse.com/2015-u19-australian-womens-team/

2015 U19 Australian Women’s Team
Eleanor Bishop
Rocharne Brady
Audrey Fithall
Hayley-Marie Fuss
Ashtyn Hiron
Bridget Hogan
Stephanie Kelly
Theadora Kwa
Rebecca Lane
Esther Lavelle
Eliza Morgan
Sharn Muffett
Olivia Parker
Sasha Pollnitz
Briana Richards
Sarah Smith
Karri Somerville
Rebecca Steer

Alternates
Rhiannon Panting
Hannah Walker
Coaches/Staff:

Head Coach: Trish Adams
Assistant Coach: Rebecca Banyard
Assistant Coach: Caitlin Ryan
Manager: Carly Hack
Strength & Conditioning: Trent Saunders
Physiotherapist: Scott Smith
Doctor: Megan Barnet

—From ALA Website News
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Czech Republic brings experience to WILC2015
– Jamie Plunkett | Contributor to WILC2015.com

(WILC2015.COM) The Czech Republic, who are ranked fourth in FIL World Indoor competition, are by far the most experienced European team attending WILC2015. On the backs of primarily homegrown talent from the longest running European domestic league, the Czechs have climbed the indoor rankings since their seventh-place debut in 2007, taking down Team England in 2011 to establish their place as an indoor powerhouse.

NLL Hall of Famer Jim Veltman is back behind the Czech Republic bench for the third time. The CLax president and teacher by trade is a perfect fit for the Czech’s. With his lacrosse knowledge and ability to teach developing players.

The Czech’s will get a good look at the new and upcoming countries when they see action against Ireland, Finland and Israel in the Euro Box Invitational 17-20 April 2015.

Roster for Euro Box Invitational

Goalkeepers:
Dominik Sika (LCC Radotín)
Jakub Mareš (LCC Wolves)
Tomáš Čekal (SK Jižní Město)
Tomáš Pelikán (TJ Malešice)

Defense:
Martin Hodaň (LCC Radotín)
Jakub Výmola (LCC Radotín)
Miroslav Polách (LCC Radotín)
Martin Mrlík (TJ Malešice)
Ladislav Kopfstein (TJ Malešice)
Adam Kostka (LC ForFun)
Emil Moravec (LCC Radotín)
Michal Hužvar (TJ Malešice)

Transition:
Pavel Došlý (SK Jižní Město)
Martin Šrůta (LC ForFun)
Tomáš Žipaj (LC ForFun)
Jindřich Plecitý (TJ Malešice)
Kamil Trhlík (TJ Malešice)
Ondřej Šedivec (Old Dogs Plzeň)
Marek Kytka (SK Jižní Město)

Attack:
Radek Skála (LCC Radotín)
Dominik Pešek (LCC Radotín)
Petr Poupě (LCC Radotín)
Tomáš Beran (TJ Malešice)
Jiří Košťál (LCC Radotín)
Jáchym Plecháček (SK Jižní Město)
Tomáš Procházka (LCC Radotín)
Jan Skokan (LC Pardubice)

Coaches:
Jim Veltman, Roman Pokorný, Pavel Semerák, Jiří Malina, Patrik Procházka

2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Website: wilc2015.com/
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Team Canada Names WILC2015 Training Roster

(CANADIAN LACROSSE ASSOCIATION) Five months from the opening game of the 2015 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship (WILC), the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) and Team Canada Lacrosse announces its 37-man national training roster.

The 37 Canadian players, selected by Head Coach Eddie Comeau and his 2015 Team Canada coaching staff, will come together this summer for final selection and will look for a competitive opportunity and more training time prior to the start of the Worlds event.

The applications the CLA received for the 2015 Senior Men’s Indoor National Team is a true testament to the depth of extremely talented and skilled lacrosse players there are across the country. “The coaching and scouting staff and I were extremely impressed by the quality of players in our selection pool,” said Comeau. “We had tough decisions to make to narrow down this field to the current group. We will continue to watch and evaluate each candidate as we move towards our final roster of 23 players.”

See more at: filacrosse.com/team-canada-names-wilc2015-training-roster/

Original Article on CLA Website:
cla.pointstreaksites.com/view/cla/news-1496/news_293383

2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Website: wilc2015.com/
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FIL 2015 Guide to International Lacrosse

This guide provides an overview of the Federation of International Lacrosse as of January 2015.

FIL – This is Lacrosse

The Federation of International Lacrosse provides a fast-paced look at the sport of international lacrosse as well as a brief overview of some the differences in the rules of play and equipment between the men’s and women’s games.

Video Editing Credit: PJ Yurcak Email: pj.yurcak@gmail.com
Music Credit: “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons | Copyright: Universal Music Group

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