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U19 Women’s 2015 World Team

(Edinburgh, Scotland) On Saturday, August 1st, Federation of International Lacrosse, Lacrosse Scotland and event organizers named the 2015 World Team during the Closing Ceremonies of the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship.

Congratulations to all of the 2015 World Team members!

Erica Evans • #11 • Canada
Ashtyn Hiron • #10 • Australia
Miranda Ibello • #8 • USA
Theodora Kwas • #14 • Australia
Rebecca Lane • #3 • Australia
Selena Lasota • #2 • Canada
Nikki Ortega • #2 • USA
Lindsey Ronbeck • #12 • USA
Amelia Ruiz • #20 • England
Lydia Sutton • # 16 • Canada
Francesca Whitehurst • #24 • USA
Olivia Wimpenny • #11 • England

Gallery Slideshow at filacrosse.com/u19-womens-2015-world-team/
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Canada Golden, USA Gets Silver and England Takes Bronze

(Edinburgh, Scotland) Canada’s national lacrosse program has now bested the United States in the last two world championships. The first was at the 2014 Men’s World Lacrosse Championship in Denver last July, where Canada defeated a heavily favored USA squad 8-5, and again today in Edinburgh, where Canada’s U19 Women’s team won its first world championship with a 9-8 victory over the USA, again tournament favorites. It turned out to be a day full of upsets as England beat five-time medal winner Australia 10-9 for the bronze and New Zealand bested Japan for 5th place.

Box scores at filacrosse.com/canada-golden-usa-gets-silver-and-england-takes-bronze/

Gold Medal Game
Canada 9, United States 8

Canada (7-1) held off a United States rally to win its first FIL U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship gold medal. The USA (7-1) earned its second silver medal after winning four straight golds in 1999, 2003, ’07 and ’11. The game was close throughout as the USA jumped to 3-1 lead early off goals by Olivia Ferrucci, Lindsey Ronbeck and Nikki Ortega only to see Canada come right back. Selena Lasota led the way for Canada late in the first scoring goals at 10:39 and a man-up goal at 0:19 to take the lead 5-4 at the break.

Both teams traded four goals each in the second half, and Canada held off a furious USA rally with tenacious defense and some critical saves late to preserve the win and get its first U19 women’s championship hardware.

Player of the Match Selena Lasota led Canada in scoring with three goals and a pair of assists with Holly Lloyd adding three goals and Lydia Sutton a pair. Olivia Ferrucci and Lindsey Ronbeck each had a pair of goals for the USA.

Bronze Medal Game
England 10, Australia 9

For the first time in the history of the FIL Women’s U19 World Championship, Australia (4-4) will not finish with at least a Silver medal. In fact, they finished out of the medals in 4th place as England (4-4) upset the Aussies and took the Bronze.

Australia had played in the Gold Medal game in all previous U19 Women’s World Championship events earning the Gold in 1995 and the Silver in ’99, 2003, ’07 and ’11.

England jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first 10 minutes of the game and led at the half 6-3. Then England built its lead to 9-3 early in the second before the Aussies roared back with a furious 6-1 rally to bring it to within one goal, 10-9, with 1:30 left. England held the Aussies scoreless through the final minute and thirty to preserve the win.

Alex Drewe (3G 1A), Liv Wimpenny (3G) and Luci Delaney (2G 1A) led England in scoring. Rebecca Lane (2G 3A), Stephanie Kelly (3G 1A) and Sarah Smith (2G) provided the offense for Australia.

England’s Amelia Miller was Player of the Match.

5th Place Game
New Zealand 10, Japan 8

New Zealand (5-3) came back from a 6-3 halftime deficit to tie the game at 8-8 in regulation, then score two in overtime to edge Japan (5-3, 6th) and take 5th place. Ella Ransley scored the game winner in overtime and Gemma Rose added an insurance goal. New Zealand used a balanced attack on offense in the victory (six players netting goals) led by Samantha Hyland (3G), Tegan Edmonds (2G) and Ella Ransley (2G). Saki Sekiguchi (3G 1A) led Japan’s scorers with Kaoru Hirano, Sakura Hashizume, Eri Ichikawa, Asuka Noo and Kyoko Kuwajima each adding a goal.

The Kiwis finished the tournament with two big upset wins over Wales on Thursday and Japan today to earn their highest ranking ever in an FIL U19 Women’s Championship (finishing 10th in 2007 and 11th in 2011).

New Zealand’s Phoebe Bardoul was Player of the Match.

Final Standings

1 Canada (7-1, Gold Medal)
2 United States (7-1, Pool A Winner, Silver Medal)
3 England (4-4, Bronze Medal)
4 Australia (4-4)
5 New Zealand (5-3)
6 Japan (5-3, Pool C Winner)
7 Wales (2-4)
8 Scotland (4-4, Pool B Winner)
9 Germany (6-2)
10 Czech Republic (4-4)
11 Finland (4-4)
12 Colombia (2-6)
13 Republic of Korea (2-6)
14 Israel (0-8)
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Placement Results from Friday

(Edinburgh, Scotland) Seventh through 14th places were determined yesterday at the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship.

Get box scores at filacrosse.com/placement-results-from-friday/

13th Place – Republic of Korea 11, Israel 8
Hee June led her team offensively with three goals as the Republic of Korea (2-6, 13th) defeated Israel (0-8, 14th). Chae Eun (2G 2A), Hyunju Shim and Ji Eun each added a pair of goals. Jenna Baverman led Israel with three goals and three assists and Genna Portner also netted three.

11th Place – Finland 11, Colombia 8
Finland (4-4) outdueled Colombia (2-6, 12th) in a tight contest to finish the tournament in 11th place. Lindsay Hobson (5G) led the Finnish scorers, and Essi-Maria Rouhiainen and Inka Ulaska both added a pair of goals. Sierra Haas (2G 3A), Julia Herzfelder (3G), Carolina Rojas (2G) and Hannah Sacristan (1G) provided the offense for Colombia.

9th Place – Germany 9, Czech Republic 5
Germany (6-2) used a 5-1 second half to battle past a 4-4 tie at the break to defeat the Czech Republic (4-4, 10th) and secure 9th place. Philine Partsch (3G 1A), Jennifer Karle (3G) and Sina John (2G) led Germany’s offense. Marie Pecharová scored a pair and Adéla Procházková, Kristýna Dejlová and Sára Schlitzová added one goal each for the Czechs.

7th Place – Wales 14, Scotland 12
Two goals from Player of the Match, Eleanor Jones — one at 7:50 and another at 4:16 of the second half, broke a 12-12 tied and led Wales (2-6, 7th) to victory over host Scotland (4-4, 8th). Jones finished with six goals and three assists with Alys Cowx and Molly Edwards each adding three goals for the Welsh. Francesca Gray (4G 3A) and Lucinda Maxwell (3G 2A) led the Scots scoring with Chloe Carruthers and Benedicte Sampson each netting a pair.

Saturday’s Final Placement and Medal Games
All games are available via (pay-per-view) stream at 247.tv:
www.u19wc2015.co.uk/webcast/

9:30 a.m. – Japan vs. New Zealand (5th Place)
12:15 p.m. – Australia vs. England (Bronze)
3 p.m. – United States vs. Canada (Gold)

More at www.u19wc2015.co.uk/
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Placement and Championship Games Set

(Edinburgh, Scotland) The United States and Canada will face off for FIL gold for the fourth straight summer event, as the pair defeated England and Australia, respectively, in Thursday’s FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Championship semifinals in Scotland. Australia will take on England for bronze on Saturday at 12:15 p.m. GMT, followed by the gold medal match at 3 p.m.

Get Box Scores at
filacrosse.com/placement-and-championship-games-set/
and
www.u19wc2015.co.uk/schedule-revised-10th-july-2015/stats-30th-july/

Championship Bracket

USA 20, England 4
The US Women, who will be playing for a fifth consecutive gold in U19 women’s play, stayed perfect at 7-0 on the tournament with a dominating 20-4 win over England. Miranda Ibello earned Player of the Match honors for the United States with a four goal, four assist afternoon against England, leading a team effort that saw her team jump to a 14-2 halftime lead before cruising to the win with a 6-2 advantage in the second half. Lindsey Ronbeck scored seven points (5G, 2A) with Nikki Ortega (3G, 3A) posting six. In the dominant first half, Team USA outshot England 18-5 – seeing 12 turnovers in the half as well. Hannah Bray scored two goals for England, which fell to 3-4 in the tournament, losing twice to the United States and once each to Canada and Australia – both in OT.

Canada 17, Australia 3
Canada (6-1) was also dominant against Australia (4-3), earning its first-ever trip to the final, which had seen the USA and Australia face off in each of the five played prior to this year – Australia winning in 1995 and finishing second in ’99, 2003, ’07 and ’11. Selena Lasota earned Player of the Match for Canada in its victory over Australia, assisting one goal and winning six draw controls to help power Canada to a 10-3 lead at half, after which it pulled away with a 7-0 second half. Erica Evans scored five and added an assist to lead the charge, with Danita Stroup netting six points as well on four goals and two helpers.

New Zealand 8, Wales 5
New Zealand (4-3) upset Wales (1-6) and is set to play Japan for 5th place on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. GMT. No matter the outcome, 5th or 6th, this will be the highest finish ever for the Kiwi’s in a U19 Women’s World Championship. New Zealand finished 10th in 2007 and 11th in 2011.

Japan 11, Scotland 2
Japan (5-2) was victorious over host Scotland (4-3) for the second time in the tournament and will face New Zealand, which upset Wales, in the 5th place game. Japan defeated Scotland on Sunday 16-2.

Platinum Division

Germany 24, Israel 1
Germany posted the most explosive offensive performance of the tournament in its win over Israel. Israel will play the Republic of Korea for 13th on Friday at 9:30 a.m. and Germany will face the Czech Republic for 9th place at 10:00 a.m.

Czech Republic 22, Colombia 7
The Czech Republic posted a big win over Colombia to advance to the 9th place game against Germany. Colombia will face Finland at 12:00 p.m. on Friday for 11th place.

Finland 12, Republic of Korea 9
Finland defeated the Republic of Korea to earn a spot in the 11th place game against Colombia. The Republic of Korea will take on Israel for 13th place.

Final Placement Games

Note: All times local to Edinburgh, Scotland. For Eastern (U.S.), subtract five hours. All games are available via (pay-per-view) stream at 247.tv: www.u19wc2015.co.uk/webcast/

Friday
9:30 a.m. – Israel vs. Korea (13th Place)
10 a.m. – Germany vs. Czech Republic (9th Place)
12 p.m. – Finland vs. Colombia (11th Place)
2:30 p.m. – Wales vs. Scotland (7th Place)

Saturday
9:30 a.m. – Japan vs. New Zealand (5th Place)
12:15 p.m. – Australia vs. England (3rd Place)
3 p.m. – United States vs. Canada (Championship)

See more at www.u19wc2015.co.uk

Excerpts from LaxMagazine.com and Staff Reports (republished with permission)
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U19WC2015 THURSDAY UPDATE

Championship Bracket
New Zealand 8, Wales 5
Japan 11, Scotland 2
USA 20, England 4
Canada 17, Australia 3

Platinum Division
Germany 24, Israel 1
Czech Republic 22, Colombia 7
Finland 12, Republic of Korea 9

Friday 31-July Schedule (All times GMT)
09:30 – Republic of Korea v Israel – for 13th, Pitch 1
10:00 – Germany v Czech Republic – for 9th, Pitch 2
12:00 – Finland v Colombia – for 11th, Pitch 1
14:30 – Wales v Scotland – for 7th, Pitch 1

Saturday, 1-August Schedule (All times GMT)
09:30 – Japan v New Zealand – for 5th, Pitch 1
12:15 – Australia v England – for Bronze, Pitch 2
15:00 – USA v Canada – for Gold, Pitch 2
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U19WC2015 THURSDAY UPDATE

Championship Bracket

New Zealand 8, Wales 5
Japan 11, Scotland 2
USA 20, England 4
Canada v Australia 18:00 GMT / 13:00 EDT

Platinum Division

Germany 24, Israel 1
Czech Republic 22, Colombia 7
Republic of Korea v Finland 17:30 GMT / 12:30 EDT
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Wednesday’s Bracket Play Results

(Edinburgh, Scotland) Wednesday’s Championship Bracket and Platinum Division play ended with no real surprises as all favorites won the day.

Box Scores at filacrosse.com/wednesdays-bracket-play-results/

Championship Bracket

Canada 19, Scotland 0
Holly Lloyd (2G 4A) Erica Evans (3G 1A), Kennedy Milburn (3G), Kenzie Neal (1G 3A) and Brenna Shanahan (2G 1A) led the way for Canada (5-1) in an impressive Quarterfinal showing against host Scotland (4-2). Canada spread the scoring around and held Scotland to just three shots on goal to earn the shutout win.

Australia 13, Japan 4
After allowing Japan (4-2) to pull to within one goal at 4-3 early in the second half, Australia (4-2) scored seven straight to go up 11-3 on their way to a quarterfinal victory. Theo Kwas (4G) led Australia’s scoring, with Ashtyn Hiron (2G 1A) and Stephanie Kelly (2G) adding two goals each. Saki Sekiguchi (1G 1A), Mirei Tamaki, Narumi Nukui and Kyoko Kuwajima all scored a goal for Japan.

USA 18, New Zealand 1
The USA (6-0) used a balanced attack (nine different scorers) and a stingy defense (six shots allowed) to dominate play and keep its streak alive against New Zealand (3-3). Nikki Ortega, Lindsey Ronbeck and Chloe Jones led the USA scorers with 3G and 1A each and Player of the Match Tess D’Orsi added two goals as did Natalie Bulger and Kerrigan Miller. Ella Ransley scored the lone goal for New Zealand.

England 12, Wales 4
England (3-3) rode a 6-1 first half lead to earn a big quarterfinal victory over Wales (1-5). Player of the Match, Luci Delaney, led England’s scorers with four goals and an assist. Liv Wimpenny (3G 1A) and Alice Cranwell (2G 1A) added to England’s offensive efforts. Lauren Hirst (3G) and Rosalind Baynham (1G) scored for Wales with Eleanor Jones (2A) and Penny Green (1A) assisting.

Platinum Division

Colombia 15, Israel 8
Hannah Sacristan (4G), Carolina Rojas (3G 2A), Belen Gutierrez (3G), Julia Herzfelder (1G 4A) and Estefania Rodas (2G 1A) led Colombia (2-4) to a big win over Israel (0-6). Jenna Baverman (2G 3A), Shirel Fresh (3G) and Lucy Hass (2G 1A) led Israel’s scoring.

Germany 7, Finland 5
In the closest match of the day, Germany (4-2) held off a second-half rally to defeat Finland (2-4). Finland’s Lindsay Hobson (2G) scored at 21:11 and Iida Ulaska (1G) at 8:11 to bring Finland to within one goal at 6-5 before Germany got an insurance marker from Philine Partschat (1G) at 5:00 to go by two with the final tally at 7-5. Insa Kriwall led the German attack with 2 goals and an assist.

Czech Republic 18, Republic of Korea 5
The Czech Republic (3-3) used a 40-shot attack to defeat the Republic of Korea (1-5). Leading the way for the Czechs were Adéla Procházková (4G 2A), Kristýna Šturmová (3G 1A), Daniela Pešková (3G), Viktorie Jahodová (2G 1A), with Sára Schlitzová and Kristýna Dejlová adding two goals each. Hee June (3G 1A) led the scoring for the Republic of Korea with Chae Eun and Yejin Ko each netting a goal.

Thursday’s Schedule

Championship Bracket
Gm 43 – 10:00 – Wales v New Zealand, 3G Turf
Gm 46 – 15:00 – Japan v Scotland, Pitch 1
Gm 47 – 15:30 – USA v England, Pitch 2
Gm 49 – 18:00* – Canada v Australia, Pitch 2

Platinum Division
Gm 44 – 10:30 – Germany v Israel, Astroturf 10
Gm 45 – 12:30 – Colombia v Czech Republic, Pitch 1
Gm 48 – 17:30 – Republic of Korea v Finland, Pitch 1

All games are available via (pay-per-view) stream at 247.tv:
www.u19wc2015.co.uk/webcast/

U19WC2015 Newsletter:
www.u19wc2015.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Newsletter30thJuly.pdf

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2015 U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship
BRACKET RESULTS & SCHEDULE CHANGES

Details at www.u19wc2015.co.uk/schedule-revised-28th-july-2015/

Wednesday, 29-July Results

Championship Bracket
Gm 36 – Canada 19, Scotland 0
Gm 37 – Australia 13, Japan 4
Gm 39 – USA 18, New Zealand 1
Gm 41- England 12, Wales 4

Platinum Division
Gm 38 – Colombia 15, Israel 8
Gm 40 – Germany 7, Finland 5
Gm 42 – Czech Republic 18, Republic of Korea 5

Thursday, 30-July Schedule (changes noted with an *)

Championship Bracket
Gm 43 – 10:00* – Wales v New Zealand, 3G Turf*
Gm 46 – 15:00 – Japan v Scotland, Pitch 1
Gm 47 – 15:30* – USA v England, Pitch 2
Gm 49 – 18:00* – Canada v Australia, Pitch 2

Platinum Division
Gm 44 – 10:30* – Germany v Israel, Astroturf 10*
Gm 45 – 12:30 – Colombia v Czech Republic, Pitch 1
Gm 48 – 17:30 – Republic of Korea v Finland, Pitch 1
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17 Teams Travel to Nymburk for EC2015

The European Lacrosse Federation (ELF) is very excited to host the 2015 ELF Women’s Lacrosse European Championship — the largest international competition in women’s lacrosse ever held on European soil.

See more at filacrosse.com/17-teams-travel-to-nymburk-for-ec2015/

17 national teams are coming to Nymburk to compete in the first ever independently held women’s lacrosse European championships, including four teams playing at EC for the first time!

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Wales will all compete in this year’s event.

A fully-European delegation of umpires and TDs will officiate the event, also a first.

The tournament will take place at Sportovní centrum Nymburk, in the Czech Republic from 6-15 August.

For tickets, venue, or accommodations information go to the Women’s EC2015 event website: www.ec15lax.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/642798619158241/
Twitter: twitter.com/ec15lax (@ec15lax)
Email: info@ec15lax.com

ELF: www.europeanlacrosse.org/
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Statistical Leaders Through Pool Play

(Edinburgh, Scotland) Thanks to Chip Kelly of the U19 Lacrosse World Championship team for providing these statistics.

Statistical Leaders Through Tuesday, 28 July

Points

Lucinda Maxwell, SCO – 26
Benedicte Sampson, SCO – 23
Miranda Ibello, USA – 23
Sina John, GER – 22
Saki Sekiguchi, JPN – 22
Lindsay Hobson, FIN – 21
Rebecca Lane, AUS – 19
Stephanie Kelly, AUS – 19
Adéla Procházková, CZE – 19
Olivia Wimpenny, ENG – 19
Lindsey Ronbeck, USA – 19
Nikki Ortega, USA – 18
Ashtyn Hiron, AUS – 17
Sarah Smith, AUS – 17
Holly Lloyd, CAN – 16
Erica Evans, CAN – 16
Insa Kriwall, GER – 16
Jennifer Karle, GER – 16
Kaoru Hirano, JPN – 16
Francesca Whitehurst, USA – 16

Goals

Lindsay Hobson, FIN – 21
Sina John, GER – 20
Benedicte Sampson, SCO – 18
Adéla Procházková, CZE – 16
Lucinda Maxwell, SCO – 14
Saki Sekiguchi, JPN – 14
Stephanie Kelly, AUS – 14
Lindsey Ronbeck, USA – 14
Erica Evans, CAN – 14
Karri Somerville, AUS – 14
Julia Herzfelder, COL – 14
Sarah Smith, AUS – 13
Insa Kriwall, GER – 13
Jennifer Karle, GER – 13
Samantha Hyland, NZL – 13
Olivia Wimpenny, ENG – 12
Nikki Ortega, USA – 12
Rebecca Lane, AUS – 11
Ashtyn Hiron, AUS – 11
Narumi Nukui, JPN – 11

Assists

Miranda Ibello, USA – 14
Lucinda Maxwell, SCO – 12
Holly Lloyd, CAN – 11
Kenzie Neal, CAN – 9
Saki Sekiguchi, JPN – 8
Rebecca Lane, AUS – 8
Olivia Wimpenny, ENG – 7
Nikki Ortega, USA – 6
Ashtyn Hiron, AUS – 6
Kaoru Hirano, JPN – 6
Francesca Whitehurst, USA – 6
Elise Windsor, NZL – 6
Kristýna Šturmová, CZE – 6
Tess D’Orsi, USA – 6
Benedicte Sampson, SCO – 5
Stephanie Kelly, AUS – 5
Lindsey Ronbeck, USA – 5
Kyoko Kuwajima, JPN – 5
Danita Stroup, CAN – 5

Goalies – Save Percentage

Chihiro Onoki, JPN – 0.647
Zoe Parker, ENG – 0.500
Moyu Takemoto, JPN – 0.485
Erin Parker, NZL – 0.471
Celina Aniolek, GER – 0.457
Mimi Ruiz, ENG – 0.446
Polly Brooks, WAL – 0.405
Juyun Lee, KOR – 0.375
Elin Selen, FIN – 0.375
Carolina Alvarado, COL – 0.373
Eliza Morgan, AUS – 0.367
Alexandrea Mapps, WAL – 0.364
Gabriela Blahova, CZE – 0.359
Sharn Muffet, AUS – 0.341
Susie Clements, SCO – 0.323
Samantha Giacolone, USA – 0.308
Gal Peretz, ISR – 0.307
Inka Ulaska, FIN – 0.300
Kameron Halsall, CAN – 0.265
Sona Neubauerova, CZE – 0.254
Seunga Ryu, KOR – 0.250
Mallory Weisse, USA – 0.167

Goalies – Goals-Against Average

Chihiro Onoki, JPN – 3.10
Samantha Giacolone, USA – 3.21
Mallory Weisse, USA – 4.55
Erin Parker, NZL – 5.23
Zoe Parker, ENG – 5.33
Moyu Takemoto, JPN – 5.54
Kameron Halsall, CAN – 6.69
Eliza Morgan, AUS – 8.03
Celina Aniolek, GER – 8.80
Susie Clements, SCO – 8.80
Sharn Muffet, AUS – 9.41
Mimi Ruiz, ENG – 10.00
Juyun Lee, KOR – 13.16
Elin Selen, FIN – 13.33
Polly Brooks, WAL – 14.04
Gal Peretz, ISR – 14.88
Sona Neubauerova, CZE – 15.14
Carolina Alvarado, COL – 15.80
Gabriela Blahova, CZE – 16.67
Alexandrea Mapps, WAL – 17.21
Seunga Ryu, KOR – 18.46
Inka Ulaska, FIN – 21.00

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U19 Women’s Bracket, Placement and Medal Schedule

(Edinburgh, Scotland) Check the schedule on the website for details/updates:
www.u19wc2015.co.uk/schedule-revised-28th-july-2015/

Webcasts for all games:
www.247.tv/live/lacrosse/u19-lacrosse-world-championship

Championship Bracket

Wednesday 29-July-2015
Gm 36 – 09:30 – Canada v Scotland, Pitch 2
Gm 37 – 12:30 – Australia v Japan, Pitch 2
Gm 39 – 14:30 – USA v New Zealand, Pitch 1
Gm 41 – 17:00 – England v Wales, Pitch 2

Thursday 30-July-2015
Gm 43 – 11:00 – Loser USA/New Zealand v Loser England/Wales, Pitch 2
Gm 46 – 15:00 – Loser Canada/Scotland v Loser Australia/Japan, Pitch 1
Gm 47 – 16:00 – Winner USA/New Zealand v Winner England/Wales, Pitch 2
Gm 49 – 19:00 – Winner Canada/Scotland v Winner Australia/Japan, Pitch 2

Platinum Division

Wednesday 29-July-2015
Gm 38 – 12:00 – Israel v Colombia, Pitch 1
Gm 40 – 17:00 – Germany v Finland, Pitch 1
Gm 42 – 19:30 – Czech Republic v Republic of Korea, Pitch 1

Thursday 30-July-2015
Gm 44 – 10:00 – Germany v Israel, Pitch 1
Gm 45 – 12:30 – Colombia v Czech Republic, Pitch 1
Gm 48 – 17:30 – Republic of Korea v Finland, Pitch 1

Final Placement and Medal Games

Friday 31-July-2015
Gm 50 – 09:30 – P5 v P6, Pitch 1
Gm 51 – 12:30 – P1 v P2, Pitch 2
Gm 52 – 14:30 – P3 v P4, Pitch 1
Gm 53 – 17:00 – Loser Gm 43 v Loser Gm 46, Pitch 1

Saturday 1-August-2015
Gm 54 – 09:30 – Winner Gm 43 v Winner Gm 46, Pitch 1
Gm 55 – 12:15 – Loser Gm 47 v Loser Gm 49, Pitch 2
Gm 56 – 15:00 – Winner Gm 47 v Winner Gm 49, Pitch 2

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USA Goes 5-0; Pool Play Ends with Big Wins

(Edinburgh, Scotland) The USA posted a 19-4 win over England making it the only team at the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship to finish Pool A play with a perfect 5-0 record.

Get box scores at filacrosse.com/usa-goes-5-0-pool-play-ends-with-big-wins/

During its five-game streak, the USA squad averaged 18 goals per game and outscored its competition 89-19. The narrowest margin of victory was six goals, a 15-9 hard fought win over Canada on opening day that was tied 7-7 at the half. Since then, the USA has been on a roll offensively and defensively earning 18-0 shutout victories over Wales (1-4) and Israel (0-5) along the way. In both of those games, the USA defense gave up no shots on goal.

In other action, Canada posted a 20-0 shutout win over the Republic of Korea (1-4). After dropping their first game to the USA, Canada won four straight to finish pool play at 4-1. The Cardiac Canadians also offered fans two amazing and entertaining back-to-back golden goal double overtime wins — the first an 11-10 win over Australia and the second a 9-8 thriller over England. Canada’s Lydia Sutton scored both sudden victory golden goal¹ game winners. Scotland (4-1) finished atop Pool B with a 21-9 victory over Finland (2-3) and Japan (4-1) finished first in Pool C with a 21-1 over Israel.

Remaining winners were the Czech Republic over Colombia 22-7, New Zealand 17-6 over Germany and Australia over Wales 19-3.

Tuesday Results
Czech Republic 22, Colombia 7
New Zealand 17, Germany 6
Japan 21, Israel 1
Australia 19, Wales 3
Scotland 21, Finland 9
Canada 20, Republic of Korea 0
United States 19, England 4

Final Pool Standings

Pool A
United States 5-0
Canada 4-1
Australia 3-2
England 2-3
Wales 1-4

Pool B
Scotland 4-1
Germany 3-2
Czech Republic 2-3
Finland 2-3
Colombia 1-4

Pool C
Japan 4-1
New Zealand 3-2
Rep. of Korea 1-4
Israel 0-5

Bracket schedule below. Times/Pitches subject to change. Check the schedule on the u19wc2015.co.uk website for details/updates.

Championship Bracket

Wednesday 29-July-2015
Gm 36 – Canada v Scotland
Gm 37 – Australia v Japan
Gm 39 – USA v New Zealand
Gm 41 – England v Wales

Thursday 30-July-2015
Gm 43 – 11:00 Loser USA/New Zealand v Loser England/Wales
Gm 46 – 15:00 Loser Canada/Scotland v Loser Australia/Japan
Gm 47 – 16:00 Winner USA/New Zealand v Winner England/Wales
Gm 49 – 19:00 Winner Canada/Scotland v Winner Australia/Japan

Platinum Division

Wednesday 29-July-2015
Gm 38 – 12:00 – Israel v Colombia
Gm 40 – 17:00 – Germany v Finland
Gm 42 – 19:30 – Czech Republic v Republic of Korea

Thursday 30-July-2015
Gm 44 – 10:00 – Germany v Israel
Gm 45 – 12:30 – Colombia v Czech Republic
Gm 48 – 17:30 – Republic of Korea v Finland

¹ Extra time involves three additional minutes of play each way, with a straight change of ends, for a total of six “extra” minutes of play. If after extra time the score is still tied, then three-minute halves are played on sudden victory basis (first goal, called the “golden goal,” wins).
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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.

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MEN 20 Jul 2015
Public call for applications for Men’s Rules Chair
Public call for applications for Men’s Rules Chair
(Toronto, Canada) Terry Harding, Federation of International Lacrosse’s Director of Men’s Lacrosse, is seeking applications for Chairperson of the FIL Rules Committee for Men’s Lacrosse. The attached document provides a complete description of the role and duties of the position, ...
WOMEN 2 Aug 2015
U19 Women’s 2015 World Team
U19 Women’s 2015 World Team
(Edinburgh, Scotland) On Saturday, August 1st, Federation of International Lacrosse, Lacrosse Scotland and event organizers named the 2015 World Team during the Closing Ceremonies of the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship. Congratulations to all of the 2015 World ...
INDOOR 21 May 2015
Iroquois Nationals offer open tryouts as part of 2015WILC team selection camp
Iroquois Nationals offer open tryouts as part of 2015WILC team selection camp
HAUDENOSAUNEE — The Iroquois Nationals have announced the dates of the open and invitational team selection camp for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Indoor Lacrosse Championships (WILC) to be played at Onondaga Nation and in Syracuse, N.Y., from Sept. ...
FIL 10 Jul 2015
Haudenosaunee Withdraw from U19 Women’s World Championship
Haudenosaunee Withdraw from U19 Women’s World Championship
(FIL Press Release) The Federation of International Lacrosse advises its members that the Haudenosaunee team has withdrawn from the FIL Rathbones Women’s U19 Lacrosse World Championship, scheduled from 23rd July to 1st August, at the University of Edinburgh Playing Fields ...
REGIONAL NEWS 29 Jul 2015
17 Teams Travel to Nymburk for EC2015
17 Teams Travel to Nymburk for EC2015
The European Lacrosse Federation (ELF) is very excited to host the 2015 ELF Women’s Lacrosse European Championship — the largest international competition in women’s lacrosse ever held on European soil. 17 national teams are coming to Nymburk ...
WORLD EVENTS 2 Aug 2015
U19 Women’s 2015 World Team
U19 Women’s 2015 World Team
(Edinburgh, Scotland) On Saturday, August 1st, Federation of International Lacrosse, Lacrosse Scotland and event organizers named the 2015 World Team during the Closing Ceremonies of the 2015 FIL Rathbones U19 Women’s World Lacrosse Championship. Congratulations to all of the 2015 World ...