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2010-11 U.S. Women’s National Team

From US Lacrosse:

BALTIMORE – US Lacrosse announced the roster for the 2010-11 U.S. senior women’s national lacrosse team after three days of tryouts at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, July 30 - Aug. 1. The 36 players selected by the coaching staff will train for the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup.

 

US Lacrosse’s selection committee with head coach Ricky Fried and his staff named the following to the U.S. senior women’s national team:

 

Athlete                                 Hometown                     Alma Mater

Sarah Albrecht*                      Braintree, MA                   Northwestern ‘06

Amy Altig                               Millersville, MD                 James Madison ‘05

Casey Ancarrow                      Jarrettsville, MD                James Madison ‘13

Kelly Berger                           Columbia, MD                   James Madison ‘07

Sarah Bullard*                        Needham, MA                   Duke ‘11

Jillian Byers                            Northport, NY                   Notre Dame ‘09

Caroline Cryer*                       Denver, CO                      Duke ‘09

Katrina Dowd                          Yorktown Heights, NY       Northwestern ‘10

Amber Falcone*                      Westminster, MD              North Carolina ‘09

Katy Fitzgerald                        North Andover, MA            North Carolina ‘11

Corrine Gandolfi                      Smithtown, NY                  Hofstra ‘10

Kim Griffin                              Jarrettsville, MD                James Madison ‘09

Kathleen Hertsch                     Westminster, MD              Hofstra ‘11

Megan Huether*                     Lutherville, MD                 Duke ‘06

Kristin Igoe                             Framingham, MA               Boston College ‘11

Ashby Kaestner                       Trappe, MD                      Georgetown ‘10

Alyssa Kildare                         Massapequa Park, NY        Johns Hopkins ‘12

Kristen Kjellman*                    Westwood, MA                  Northwestern ‘07

Erica LaGrow*                        Skanateales, NY                North Carolina ‘08

Kendall McBrearty                   Alexandria, VA                  Virginia ‘08

Caitlyn McFadden*                  Phoenix, MD                     Maryland ‘10

Lindsey Munday*                    Chicago, IL                       Northwestern ‘06

Colleen Olsen                          Avon, CT                          Dartmouth ‘10

Brittany Poist                          Hampstead, MD                Maryland ‘11

Mallory Poole                          Corning, NY                      C. W. Post ‘08

Katie Rowan*                         Delmar, NY                      Syracuse ‘09

Jennifer Russell                       Andover, MA                     North Carolina ‘10

Lauren Schmidt                       Bay Shore, NY                  Stanford ‘11

Katie Schwarzmann                 Sykesville, MD                  Maryland ‘13

Lauren Schwarzmann              Sykesville, MD                  Johns Hopkins ‘08

Danielle Spencer                     Rochester, NY                   Northwestern ‘10

Michelle Tumolo                      Mullica Hill, NJ                  Syracuse ‘13

Acacia Walker*                       Severna Park, MD             Maryland ‘05

Paris Waterman                      Newark, NJ                      Brown ‘11

Devon Wills*                          Denver, CO                      Dartmouth ‘06

Laura Zimmerman                   Syracuse, NY                    North Carolina ‘12

 

*Member of 2009 World Cup Team

 

 

“This was the most competitive tryout I’ve ever been a part of,” said Team USA head coach, Ricky Fried. “We think that this is the best team of 36 players for the style and tempo we want to play. This group will comprise the core of the team which will defend the gold medal in 2013.”

 

“Watching tryouts is a truly inspiring experience,” said Nathaniel Badder, director of the U.S. national lacrosse teams program. “Our heartfelt thanks go out to all who participated. These players were so impressive and really made the job of the selectors difficult. They all played so hard on the field and carried themselves so well off of it. It’s going to be exciting to watch them come together in the months and years ahead.” 

 

In addition to quadrennial world cup play, the U.S. team program competes on an annual basis with tryouts held each summer. Among the annual activities are participation in the US Lacrosse Champion Challenge each January, the US Lacrosse Stars & Stripes Weekend each October and a series of U.S. National Team Clinics at various locations around the country to teach youth and high school players about the sport and the national team program.

 

Ricky Fried, an assistant coach on the 2009 U.S. world championship team and the head coach at Georgetown University, is the current head coach for the U.S. women’s team. He is assisted by Amy Bokker (Stanford), Liz Robertshaw (Boston U.) and Jess Wilk Strosberg (four-time Team USA goalie). Carol Cantele (Gettysburg) serves as head coach for the U.S. developmental team and is assisted by Michele DeJuliis (Princeton) and Bowen Holden (Boston College).

 

The location and dates of the 2013 FIL World Championship have not yet been announced by the Federation of International Lacrosse. In 2009, Team USA won the gold at the quadrennial event, beating Australia 8-7 in Prague, Czech Republic. The U.S. women’s senior team has won either gold or silver in all seven world championships conducted since 1986.

 

US Lacrosse is the national governing body for men’s and women’s lacrosse, and is the parent organization of the U.S. men’s and women’s national lacrosse teams.

 

About US Lacrosse

US Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the national governing body for men’s and women’s lacrosse. US Lacrosse has more than 300,000 members in 63 regional chapters around the country. Through responsive and effective leadership, US Lacrosse strives to provide programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the game. To learn more about US Lacrosse, please visit www.uslacrosse.org.

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