2013 World Cup All-World Team

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2013 World Cup All-World Team

(OSHAWA, ONTARIO) FIL World Champion Team USA received some further honors on Saturday evening, as six players were named to the All-World Team at the athletes banquet following their gold medal performance against Canada.

Three of the four attackers chosen were from the American roster, with captain Lindsey Munday and record-breaking linemates Katrina Dowd and Katie Rowan joined by Canada’s Dana Dobbie.

Midfielder Sarah Albrecht, defender Amber Falcone and goalkeeper Devon Wills were also named All-World.

Katie Guy (defense) joined Dobbie as All-World honorees from host Canada, while Australia put three – midfielders Hannah Nielsen and Stacey Morlang Sullivan and defender Alicia Wickens – on the list.

England, which finished fourth in the tournament, had midfielder Laura Merrifield honored.

—Sean Burns | Lacrosse Magazine Online (republished with permission)

All-World Team

Attack

Katrina Dowd – United States
Lindsey Munday – United States
Katie Rowan – United States
Dana Dobbie – Canada

Midfield

Laura Merrifield – England
Hannah Nielsen – Australia
Sarah Albrecht – United States
Stacey Morlang Sullivan – Australia

Defense

Amber Falcone – United States
Katie Guy – Canada
Alicia Wickens – Australia

Goalkeeper

Devon Wills – United States

All-World Team Member Photos

 

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