Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Monday, Oct. 9
The U.S. women bring home the Super Sixes championship from Canada.
Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:
1. Back on Top
The U.S. women brought home the championship from the Super Sixes – Canada event with an 8-7 victory over the hosts on Sunday. Canada had defeated the U.S. 14-10 in pool play and led the U.S. 6-3 at halftime in the championship before the U.S. rallied.
Dempsey Arsenault put the U.S. up late and then Taylor Moreno made two huges saves to preserve the victory.
BOUNCERS WILL GO. DEMPSEY WOMAN-DOWN.— U.S. Women's National Team (@USAWLax) October 8, 2023
1:31 LEFT. LEADING 8-7. pic.twitter.com/O2BDRI1WRj
Two game-winning saves. Final seconds.— U.S. Women's National Team (@USAWLax) October 8, 2023
Taylor Moreno breaks down the sequence that sealed the GOLD MEDAL. pic.twitter.com/WcQ8dSfVIK
2. NCAA needs a new home.
The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships are looking for a new home for 2026 after Gillette Stadium is no longer viable due to the FIFA World Cup in men’s soccer.
3. Brotherly love.
Truus van Wees, who will play with the USA Select U18 team at this weekend’s USA Lacrosse Fall Classic, got her toughness by playing sports with her older brothers.
WHAT WE’RE READING
Inside Lacrosse ranks Syracuse’s incoming transfers as the most impactful group for men’s lacrosse in 2024.
More on Florida State’s decision to add women’s lacrosse as a varsity sport.
Former Maryland All-American and longtime California high school coach Peter Worstell will be inducted into the National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
WHAT WE’RE WATCHING
Who doesn’t love a good celebration?
We were a work in the progress.— U.S. Women's National Team (@USAWLax) October 8, 2023
Then, we were GOLD MEDALISTS.
We grew together. We learned together. We made it happen together. pic.twitter.com/KSQyLxhpc6
WHAT’S ON TAP
More from the U.S. women’s win in Sixes from Oshawa, Ontario today at USALaxMagazine.com.