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U.S. Women


Nine-time world champions.

Since its first foreign tour in 1935, the U.S. women’s national team has been chasing the dual purpose of winning on the field and helping to grow this great game. The chase has been successful with the U.S. winning nine of the 11 championships sponsored by World Lacrosse and inspiring tens of thousands of young girls to pick up a stick.

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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

#4 Marie McCool

An electric midfielder, Marie McCool was one of the youngest players on the 2017 U.S. world championship team. You wouldn't have known it by the way she played. Still in college at the time, McCool was right and home wearing red, white and blue and finished fifth on the U.S. squad with 12 goals during the World Cup in England. She followed that up finishing fifth on the team with six points during The World Games in Poland.


Fast Facts

  • Won gold medals at World Lacrosse championship (2017) and World Games (2017)
  • Fifth on U.S. team at 2017 World Lacrosse championship with 12 goals
  • Tewaaraton Award finalist (2017, 2018)
  • IWLCA First Team All-American (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Two-time WPLL All-Star for Baltimore Brave (2018, 2019)

National Team Development Program

The goal of the NTDP is to provide high-level training for the nation’s top young players that will ultimately expand the talent pool for the U.S. national teams that participate in international World Lacrosse competitions.

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Training Weekend

The U.S. women's team traditionally holds a training camp in the weeks preceding a world championship as final preparation for the event.


World Championship

USA Lacrosse hosted the 2022 World Lacrosse Women's World Championship in Towson, Md., and secured its ninth gold medal by defeating Canada in the final game.


The World Games

Lacrosse was included in The World Games in Birmingham, Ala., in 2022, and featured the new Sixes discipline as the sport took another another step toward Olympic inclusion.


Support The Team

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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Official Partners U.S. Women's National Team

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