11 Apr 2014

Sweden Names Roster for 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships

Sweden Names Roster for 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships

(Stockholm) Coaches Kim Langeborg and Tobias Kindblom, both of whom have had international experience with Team Sweden as players, have selected a 23-man team that will compete for Sweden in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championship.

Head Coach Langeborg said “We are really proud of all the guys that have fought for a final spot on the roster. The past six months, seeing all the players and making the tough decisions when trimming the roster from 46 to the final 23 players has been very hard, but also makes us very proud of the growth and accomplishments that Sweden lacrosse has undertaken the past years. We are really looking forward to working with this team leading up to Denver. “

The Swedish National team features players from the eight Swedish programs, including a number of returning players from the 2010 World championships and the 2012 European Championships in which Sweden captured the Bronze Medal. This year’s team will consists of experience and youth. Team Sweden will travel to Colorado on July 5th to begin final training camp before the tournament begins on July 11th.

 

The 2014 Swedish men’s Lacrosse national team:

Goal
Jonathan Andreassen
Richard Zeidlitz
Nordia Lacrosse
Sundbyberg
Defense
Dickson Smith III
Eric Smith
Peter Welff
Martin Davidsson
Johan Hillergren
Daniel Jonegård
University of Virginia
Taft School
Farsta Lacrosse
Farsta Lacrosse
Farsta Lacrosse
Nordia Lacrosse
Midfield
Jonny Axelsson
Sanny Falk
Mattias Eklund
Calle Ohlsson
Thomas Rydenstam
Jimmy Carlsten
Björn Johansson
Jimmy Blomgren
Sten Jernudd
Tim Riley
Farsta Lacrosse
Sundbyberg
Göteborg Seahawks
Nordia Lacrosse
Nordia Lacrosse
Nordia Lacrosse
Sundbyberg
Karlstad KAUIF Vikings
Cornell University
Bamboozers
Attack
Kevin Powers
Benny Axelsson
Jonas Drakenberg
Alex Edenå
August Snyder
Dominican
Farsta Lacrosse
Farsta Lacrosse
Nordia Lacrosse
McDowell High School

 

—John Sagrelius, President Sweden Lacrosse, john@lacrosse.se
 

About the FIL

The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) is the international governing body for men’s and women’s lacrosse. The FIL currently has 50 member nations and sanctions five World Championships (women’s and men’s field, women’s and men’s U19 field and men’s indoor.) The FIL is responsible for the governance and integrity of all forms of lacrosse and provides responsive and effective leadership to support the sports’ development throughout the world.

About Sweden Lacrosse

Sweden Lacrosse was founded in 1992 and is the national governing body of Lacrosse in Sweden. The Swedish men’s Lacrosse national team is currently ranked 3:d in Europe (EC 2012) and 10:th in the world (WC 2010). For more info please contact John Sagrelius, President Sweden Lacrosse, john@lacrosse.se

 

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