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U.S. Men

TEN-TIME WORLD CHAMPIONS

The most accomplished international lacrosse program added another memorable championship to its portfolio with a dramatic 9-8 victory over rival Canada in the 2018 world championship in Netanya, Israel. 

The U.S. - Canada rivalry in men's lacrosse is simply one of the best rivalries in all of sports. Since 2002, the two countries have altered championships with the U.S. winning in 2002, 2010 and 2018 and Canada winning in 2006 and 2014.

The 2018 championship was a record 10th for the U.S. team program since the inaugural championship in 1967. Duke head coach John Danowski was the head coach for that squad and he will once again lead the team in 2023 when the U.S. heads to Southern California attempting to bring home championship number 11.

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Roster

Full listing of the player pool for the 2023 U.S. men's team.

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Staff

Coaching staff for the 2023 U.S. men's team

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History

All-time results, rosters, records and honored players.

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Player Spotlight

#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
  • Outstanding Defenseman at 2018 World Championship
  • PLL Longstick Midfielder of the Year (2019, 2020)
  • Helped Whipsnakes to PLL titles (2019, 2020)
  • Two-time USILA All-American (first team in 2014, second team in 2013) at Maryland
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#9 Trevor Baptiste

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

  • Won a gold medal with the 2018 U.S. team
  • Won a bronze medal with 2019 U.S. indoor team
  • Graduated with NCAA career records for faceoff wins (1,158) and winning percentage (71.4)
  • Led PLL in faceoff wins (164) and winning percentage (62.8) in 2019 for Atlas LC
  • Made NLL All-Rookie team in 2019 for Philadelphia Wings
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