27 Jun 2009

Women’s All-World Team announced

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(PRAGUE, CZ) I’m wrapping things up here in Prague – the rest of Team USA has scattered, either headed homeward or off on some well-deserved vacation time. Here’s the All-World team, which was announced at the post-final banquet:

  • Jen Adams – AUS
  • Sarah Albrecht – USA
  • Dana Dobbie – CAN
  • Amber Falcone – USA
  • Sarah Forbes – AUS
  • Kristen Kjellman – USA
  • Sue McSolvin – AUS
  • Stacey Morlang – AUS
  • Lindsay Munday – USA
  • Hannah Nielsen – AUS
  • Gina Oliver – USA
  • Laura Warren – WAL

Falcone was also named Best Defender.

The afterparty was pretty amazing – four floors of people drinking and dancing and teams singing and celebrating and wearing their team colors with pride. The American girls were treated like rock stars – a few members of the South Korean delegation took a moment to stop and bow to Sarah Albrecht. Golden girls, indeed. There was lots of goodwill. A few very nice and slightly confused people even congratulated me on how well I played in the final. Heh.

I’ve got one more story to post — about some NCAA players who’ve gone on to coach in Germany — but it may not come until I’m back home.

—Clare Lochary Blog – posted 9:30 am Prague time [GMT +2, EST +6]
LaxMagazine.com (republished with permission)

All World Team Photos

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 45 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.

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