2014 Men's Lacrosse World Championship Promo

An expanded length promo for the 2014 Men's Lacrosse World Championship in Denver, Colorado by filmmaker Michael Ivan Schwartz for USLacrosse.

Video Credit: Michael Ivan Schwartz (Loud Communications) Email: michaelivan@loud-communications.com
Produced for: USLacrosse

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18 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 9

Denver – Day 9

July 18: Running Updates from Day 9 at Worlds

Running staff reports (excerpts) from WorldLacrosse2014.com

Maas Leads Germany to Ninth Place Finish

Germany wrapped up a ninth place finish as goalie Philipp Maas made 11 saves in an 8-6 victory over Ireland.

18 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 8

Denver – Day 8

July 17: Running Updates from Day 8 at Worlds

Running staff reports (excerpts) from WorldLacrosse2014.com

Canada Rallies Past Iroquois Nationals into Final

Canada fell behind the Iroquois Nationals 4-1 after one quarter, but then clamped down defensively and went on to win 12-6 to advance to Saturday’s FIL World Championship game.

17 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 7

Denver – Day 7

July 16: Iroquois, Australia Advance to Semifinals

Running staff reports (excerpts) from WorldLacrosse2014.com

Australia Comes Back to Edge Israel 9-8

Tom Vickery made three saves in the final minute of the game, all in extra man situations, as Australia held off Israel 9-8 to advanced to the semifinals.

16 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 6

Denver – Day 6

July 15: United States Wins Blue Division

Running staff reports from LaxMagazine

(COMMERCE CITY, CO) The United States dominated early, racing out to a 10-0 lead on its way to an 18-5 victory over the Iroquois Nationals to earn the top seed in the Blue Division before a sold out crowd of 7,303 at the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship, presented by Trusted Choice.

15 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 5

Denver – Day 5

July 14: Running Updates from Day Five

Running staff reports from LaxMagazine

(COMMERCE CITY, CO) After a roughly two-hour delay for lightning, the Iroquois Nationals pulled out a 12-10 win over Australia to move into a tie with Canada for second place in the Blue Division.

14 Jul 2014

Denver – Day 4

Denver – Day 4

Eight Division Winners and Canada Wins a Wild One

from LaxMagazine.com staff reports

(COMMERCE CITY, CO) Before a packed house of nearly 7,000 spectators, Canada’s Curtis Dickson scored the game-winning goal with 19 seconds left to play to give Canada a 9-8 victory and spoil a wild comeback by the Iroquois Nationals.

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