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The United States is the reigning U19 (now U20) world champion after beating Canada 13-3 to win the 2019 World Lacrosse Women's World Championship. The victory was the fifth world championship for the United States in seven tries since the event was first held in 1995. The U19/U20 program has helped showcase some of the top young players in the country since the event began, with several stars heading on to the U.S. senior team, including Lauren Aumiller, Sarah Bullard, Ally Carey, Kayla Treanor and Acacia Walker.

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Roster

Roster of the 2019 U19 world champions - players, coaches and staff

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Results

Results from the 2019 women's U19 world championship in Peterborough, Ontario.

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History

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

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Player Spotlight

#27 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.

 

Fast Facts

  • Tied for team lead with 21 goals at 2019 world championship
  • Invited to tryouts for 2022 U.S. senior team
  • Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2019)
  • Set a Northwestern record with 10 goals in a win over Rutgers in 2021
  • US Lacrosse All-American at Michigan's Cranbrook Kingswood HS
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#21 Caitlyn Wurzburger

Creativity. Passion. Skill. Dedication. Those are just some of the attributes that have made Caitlyn Wurzburger one of the most electric players in the sport. Even with her senior season cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she finished her career at American Heritage with an astounding national high school record of 1,027 points. As one of the youngest players on the 2019 U.S. U19 team, she was right in her element, leading the team with 40 points in seven games.

Fast Facts

  • Led gold-medal winning 2019 U.S. team with 40 points
  • Set a U.S. U19 record with 19 assists in the tournament
  • Set a national high school record with 1,027 career points
  • Three-time US Lacrosse All-American in high school
  • Won Heather Leigh Albert Award at US Lacrosse National Tournament in 2018
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