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Rhett Chambers at U.S. Men's U20 National Team tryouts

Training Squad Named for 2025 U.S. Men's U20 Team

June 30, 2024
Brian Logue
USA Lacrosse

SPARKS, Md. – Following a three-day tryout that wrapped up Sunday morning at USA Lacrosse headquarters, head coach Shawn Nadelen named 42 players to the initial training team for the 2025 World Lacrosse Men’s U20 Championship. The event will be held next summer in Seoguipo, South Korea on Jeju Island from Aug. 14-25, 2025.

“The competition, coachability and camaraderie you guys showed was tremendous,” Nadelen said at the tryout’s conclusion. “You made our jobs in selecting the group that moved forward extremely fun and very challenging.”

Nadelen emphasized that all of the tryout candidates will remain in the player pool with the opportunity to attend future training opportunities.

“We’re leaving room down the road for players that continue to put in the work the rest of the summer and the fall,” Nadelen said.

The 42 players announced have all be invited to a training camp later this summer at USA Lacrosse headquarters from Aug. 19-21.

Here’s the full list of players named to the training team:

U.S. Men's U20 Training Team

NamePosHigh SchoolClubCollege/Commitment
Peter BuonannoADeerfield Academy (Mass.)3D New England RedPrinceton
Rhett ChambersAMamaroneck (N.Y.)2way SelectProvidence
Kyle ColseyARidgefield (Conn.)EclipseVirginia
Michael CraneDEvergreen (Colo.)Denver EliteUtah
Sean CreterFOHunterdon Central (N.J.)Leading EdgeMaryland
Owen DuffyASt. Anthony's (N.Y.)Team 91North Carolina
William ErdmannMBrunswick School (Conn.)EclipseVirginia
Stevie FinnellMGarden City (N.Y.)IglooDuke
Ben FirlieMMcDonogh School (Md.)Team 91 MarylandGeorgetown
Spencer FordABoys' Latin (Md.)Blatimore CrabsMaryland
Kyle FosterDBoys' Latin (Md.)Baltimore CrabsOhio State
Peyton FoxDBelmont Hill School (Mass.)Boston LaxachusettsPrinceton
Brendan FulhamDSt Sebastian School (Mass.)LaxachusettsDuke
Thomas GravinoMVictor (N.Y.)Sweetlax UpstateMaryland
Hudson HausmannMBrunswick School (Conn.)EclipseVirginia
Zachary HayashiFOMcDonogh School (Md.)Crabs LacrosseNavy
Kasey HeathGKent Island (Md.)Annapolis HawksLehigh
Khalif HockerASt. Xavier (Ohio)Resolute LacrosseOhio State
Patrick JameisonGEpiscopal (Va.)Brotherly LoveDuke
Jack JenkinsAHudson (Ohio)Burning RiverMichigan
Benn JohnstonMAvon Old Farms (Conn.)True IllinoisDuke
Quinn KellyDChristian Brothers Academy (N.J.)Leading EdgeHarvard
Quintan KilrainDLawrenceville School (N.J.)Baltimore CrabsJohns Hopkins
Colin KurdylaMBridgewater-Raritan (N.J.)2Knights Lacrosse ClubRutgers
Peter LaakeDLoyola Blakefield (Md.)CrabsMaryland
Shawn LyghtDSeton Hall Prep (N.J.)Leading EdgeNotre Dame
Michael MarshallDWestfield (N.J.)Leading Edge EliteCornell
Griff MeyerFOHaverford School (Pa.)91 MarylandVirginia
Brendan MillonAMcDonogh School (Md.)Team 91 MarylandVirginia
Anderson MooreGBriarwood Christian (Ala.)Thunder LacrosseGeorgetown
Brady NicholasLSMLoyola Blakefield (Md.)CRABSMarquette
AJ NikolicMMalvern Prep (Pa.)MESACornell
Rowan NurryASalesianum (Del.)Brotherly LoveCornell
Charlie PackardMHingham (Mass.)Kings Lacrosse ClubRichmond
Timmy PiacentiniGLawrenceville School (N.J.)TriStateCornell
Anthony RaioMHalf Hollow Hills East (N.Y.)Team 91 Long IslandNorth Carolina
Tim ShannehanAFairfield College Prepatory (Conn.)EclipseBoston University
Jake SpallinaMMount Sinai (N.Y.)Team 91 Long IslandSyracuse
Peter ThomannDCalhoun (N.Y.)True Blue LacrosseNorth Carolina
Brady WambachFOSalisbury School (Conn.)Sweetlax FloridaNorth Carolina
Luke WarringtonMCulver Academy (Ind.)True Illinois PremierDuke
Liam WhiteMBoys' Latin (Md.)True Illinois PremierOhio State

 The U.S. Men’s National Team trains and plays using game-changing, high-performance equipment from Cascade Maverik and Warrior and best-in-class products from Enovis (sports bracing).

In addition to these partners, Gatorade, MedStar Health and Stryker are official sponsors of the U.S. National Team Program. Team training is also aided by products from Athletic Republic. Funding for the national teams also comes from generous donors to the USA Lacrosse Foundation. Help support the team.

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