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Maddie Epke is one of 32 players invited to the U20 training camp.

32 Players Invited to U.S. Women's U20 Training Camp

June 4, 2024
Brian Logue
Riley Rumbley

Head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller has announced that 32 players will be invited to a June training camp for the 2024 U.S. Women’s U20 National Team. The camp will be held at USA Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md., from June 19-21.

The 32 players are a combination of players named to the initial training team last summer and additional players that participated in the tryout process. The staff continued to evaluate players throughout the 2024 college and high school seasons and also made adjustments based on injuries to training team members.

This is the first time the U20 players will be together since the Fall Classic last October when they swept Canada and Northwestern in a pair of games.

Following the June training camp, a total of 22 players (the maximum final roster size permitted by World Lacrosse) will be invited to a training camp at Northwestern University from July 18-20. The team will then have one final brief camp in Northern California in August before heading to Hong Kong, China for the 2024 World Lacrosse Women’s U20 Championship from August 15-24.

Formerly, a U19 event, World Lacrosse raised the age group to U20 after the 2019 championship in Peterborough, Ontario. Amonte Hiller was the head coach for the 2019 team and helped lead the U.S. to its fifth gold medal in the event. The U.S won the event in 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2019. Australia won the inaugural championship in 1995 and Canada won in 2015 with the U.S. finishing as the runner-up at those two events.

Below is a complete list of the 32 players invited to the June training camp.

U.S. Women's U20 Training Camp
June 2024 Invites

NamePosClubHigh SchoolHS GradCollege/Commitment
Madison AlaimoALong Island Top GunsWantagh (N.Y.)2023Virginia
Francesca ArgentieriGSalt City SnipersWesthill (N.Y.)2022Northwestern
Shea BakerMIthaca Little RedIthaca (N.Y.)2022Boston College
Caitlin BarrettMLong Island Top GunsManhasset (N.Y.)2023Duke
Alexandra BlakeMMass EliteMedfield (Mass.)2023Northwestern
Ava BleckleyMPhantastixArchbishop Carroll (Pa.)2023James Madison
Grace CallahanDMonster EliteVictor (N.Y.)2022Michigan
Lydia ColasanteMAll American AimTatnall (Del.)2023Boston College
Noel CumberlandMSkyWalkersMaryvale Prep (Md.)2023Northwestern
Kaitlyn DaviesMSTEPSWayne Hills (N.J.)2022Florida
Kate DemarkDCT GrizzliesDarien (Conn.)2023Virginia
Shea DolceGCT GrizzliesDarien (Conn.)2022Boston College
Haven DoraACentercourtTrinity Hall (N.J.)2022Princeton
Kori EdmondsonMM&D BlackMcDonogh (Md.)2022Maryland
Madison EpkeANoreaster Lacrosse ClubGuilford (Conn.)2022James Madison
Darcy FelterABig 4 HHHPenn Charter (Pa.)2022North Carolina
Kate GalicaMNXT BlackConestoga (Pa.)2023Virginia
Jordyn HarrisonDDEWLAXHotchkiss (Conn.)2022Michigan
Kate LevyMM&D BlackMcDonogh (Md.)2024North Carolina
Abigail LoCascioALong Island Top GunsSt. Anthony's (N.Y.)2022Northwestern
Emma LoPintoALiberty LacrosseManhasset (N.Y.)2021Boston College
Emma MuchnickMMad Dog North (N.J.)Suffern (N.Y.)2022Syracuse
Reagan O'BrienDMass EliteBoston Latin (Mass.)2022Johns Hopkins
Eliza OsburnMTeam 180Valor Christian (Colo.)2024North Carolina
Aliya PoliskyAEagle Stix 2023 BlueFranklin (Tenn.)2022Stanford
Madison RassasMM&D LacrosseGeorgetown Visitation (D.C.)2024Notre Dame
Allison ReillyALong Island Yellow JacketsSayville (N.Y.)2022Army
Hannah RudolphASkywalkersGood Counsel (Md.)2024Northwestern
Madison SmithMSTEPS CaliforniaTamalpais (Calif.)2023Northwestern
Julia SurianoGSkywalkersBryn Mawr (Md.)2023Maryland
Madison TaylorMLong Island Top GunsWantagh (N.Y.)2022Northwestern
Alexis VentrescaABig 4 HHHEpiscopal Academy (Pa.)2023Northwestern


The following three players will not be at this month’s training camp, but are still under consideration for the final 22-player roster: Brigid Duffy (Army West Point), Chloe Humphrey (North Carolina) and GraceAnn Leonard (North Carolina).

The U.S. Women’s National Team trains and plays using game-changing, high-performance equipment from Cascade Maverik, Gait Lacrosse and STX 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.

About USA Lacrosse

USA Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is a Recognized Sports Organization of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee. As the governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse in the United States, USA Lacrosse leads the U.S. National Teams Program and establishes universal standards. With more than 400,000 members across the country, USA Lacrosse unites the community of players, coaches, officials, parents, and program leaders. Working together, we inspire participation, enrich the athlete experience, and support the growth of the sport.