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31-time world champions.

Our players chase championships on the field. They’ve done that more successfully than any other country in the world, winning a record 31 World Lacrosse championships. Their story is bigger. They strive for excellence in everything they do. They play. They teach. They inspire. They play to honor their country.

USA Lacrosse sponsors seven national teams — men's and women's senior, men's and women's U20 (previously U19), men's and women's Sixes, and men's box — along with the National Team Development Program.

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National Teams

Senior Women

Eight-time world champions, the U.S. will host the World Lacrosse championship in 2022.

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Senior Men

The U.S. men captured their record 10th world championship in 2018 in Netanya, Israel.

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Women's U20

Setting the standard, the U.S. women’s U20 program has won five of the seven world championships since 1995.

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Men's U20

Winners of all eight world championships, the U.S. U20 men aim for nine in a row in Ireland in 2022.

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Men's Box

Fueling the growth of box lacrosse, the building process continues for the five time bronze medalists.

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Player Spotlight

#21 Taylor Cummings

One of the most decorated players in women’s lacrosse history, Taylor Cummings first suited up for the U.S. team in 2014. A dynamic midfielder, she was a leader on the U.S. teams that swept the World Lacrosse and International World Games Association championships in 2017. A proven winner, she won two national championships at the University of Maryland and helped her high school, McDonogh, win championships in basketball, lacrosse and soccer as a three-sport athlete.

Fast Facts

  • All-World at 2017 World Lacrosse championship
  • Only three-time Tewaaraton Award winner
  • Four-time first team IWLCA All-American
  • Combined record of 157-5 in high school and college
  • Head girls’ lacrosse coach at McDonogh (Md.) School
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#28 Michael Ehrhardt

When your teammates simply call you Mike-V-P, you know you’re pretty good. Established as one of the game’s top defensive players, Michael Ehrhardt took his game to another level when he was named the Most Outstanding Player at the 2018 World Championship in Israel. He's since won two Premier Lacrosse League championships with Whipsnakes LC.

 

Fast Facts

  • MVP of 2018 World Championship, helping U.S. to gold medal
  • Two-time PLL champion with Whipsnakes (2019, 2020)
  • PLL Longstick Midfielder of the Year (2019, 2020)
  • Two-Time USILA All-American at Maryland (2013, 2014)
  • MLL All-Star with Charlotte (2016,
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Brennan O'Neill

No matter the hype, Brennan O'Neill has lived up to it. Now 6-foot-2 and 230 pounds, O'Neill began turning heads as a youth player and made waves when he committed to college as an eighth grader. USA Lacrosse Magazine named him the National Player of the Year in 2019 and he was the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2020 according to Inside Lacrosse. O'Neill joined Duke in 2021, earning a starting role on attack as a freshman.

Fast Facts

  • Inside Lacrosse No. 1 recruit from Class of 2020
  • US Lacrosse Magazine National Player of the Year (2019)
  • Starting attackman at Duke as a freshman in 2021
  • Led U.S. with 7 goals in two games at 2020 Spring Premiere
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Izzy Scane

Initially getting cut from the U.S. women's U19 team in 2018 wasn't the end of the line for Izzy Scane. Instead, Scane used the setback as motivation and earned a second shot at making the team. Not only did she make the team, she was one of the key players that led the USA to a world championship in Canada in the summer of 2019. She's continued that success at Northwestern, emerging as one of the most prolific scorers in the collegiate game.

Fast Facts

  • Led U.S. U19 team to gold medal at 2019 world championship in Peterborough, Canada
  • Tied for team lead with 21 goals at 2019 world championship
  • Inside Lacrosse Second Team All-American (2020)
  • Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2019)
  • US Lacrosse All-American at Cranbrook Kingswood, setting Michigan state scoring record
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Trevor Baptiste

Trevor Baptiste has dominated the faceoff like few in the sport have ever done. He's won an NCAA championship, a world championship, starred in pro outdoor and indoor lacrosse and is fast becoming one of the brightest stars in the sport.

Fast Facts

  • Won a gold medal with the 2018 U.S. team
  • Led the 2018 world championship with a 75.3 winning percentage on faceoffs
  • Won a bronze medal with 2019 U.S. indoor team
  • Led PLL in faceoff wins (164) and winning percentage (62.8) in 2019 for Atlas LC
  • Sixth player in NCAA history named a USILA First Team All-American four times
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National Team Development Program

Our national teams players are the ultimate ambassadors for the sport. Our donors help them fulfill that role. Discover how you can help fuel their passion to inspire the next generation to chase their dreams.

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Upcoming Championships

Senior Women

Towson, Md. | June 29 - July 9, 2022

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The World Games

Birmingham, Ala. | July 7-17, 2022

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Men's U20

Limerick, Ireland | Aug. 10-20, 2022

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Our national teams players are the ultimate ambassadors for the sport. Our donors help them fulfill that role. Discover how you can help fuel their passion to inspire the next generation to chase their dreams.

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