Former Seawolf Ryland Rees to Represent Canada in Upcoming US Lacrosse Fall Classic
Story LinksSPARKS, Md. — Former Seawolf Ryland Rees has represented his alma mater on a multitude of lacrosse platforms, including with the Premier Lacrosse League’s Waterdogs and National Lacrosse League’s Rochester Knighthawks.
This weekend, he’ll be representing his school and his country at the US Lacrosse Fall Classic, as he was named to the Team Canada roster for a dynamic weekend at the USA Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md.
The national teams on both sides of the border will be taking the field for the first time in close to two years on Friday night when the reigning gold (USA) and silver (Canada) medalists at the most recent World Lacrosse Championships clash in the opener of the six-game weekend. The matchup is slated for a 5:30 p.m. start. Rees’ Canadians will then take on Virginia in the first of a four-game Saturday, with faceoff scheduled for Noon.
He will be joined by fellow America East alum Warren Jeffrey, who also finished his collegiate campaign during the 2019 season.
A 2019 graduate of the Seawolves, Rees was named America East Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-America East after leading the Seawolves with 40 ground balls and 16 cause turnovers in 11 starts for Stony Brook. He also earned First Team honors during the 2017 and 2018 campaigns, starting all 25 contests for the Seawolves. Before his time with Stony Brook, he was the youngest member on Team British Columbia’s U19 squad and was one of 63 players across Canada to be invited to the Team Canada U19 camp.
The Port Coquitlam, British Columbia native showed out in this year’s PLL campaign, recording a trio of two-point goals and a pair of multi-CT games during the regular season. He recorded two caused turnovers and four ground balls in the Waterdogs’ postseason matchup.
His alma mater is coming off an 8-6 campaign that featured a 6-3 record in America East play.
Wallace, Eckert To Play For Team Canada In Super Sixes EventOTTAWA, Ont. – A pair of Oregon Lacrosse student-athletes will take the field for the Team Canada at its first World Lacrosse Super Sixes event this weekend in Sparks, Md.
Attacker Shonly Wallace and goalie Cassidy Eckert will join their national team for its first event playing in the new World Lacrosse Six on Six model. Eckert and Wallace led Team Canada to the gold medal game at the U-19 World Championships in 2019.
The duo will take on Team USA and the Iroquois Nationals twice in a round-robin event. All four games will be played at William G. Tierney Field on the USA Lacrosse complex.
The 2022 season will be Wallace’s third in Eugene after transferring from Stony Brook before her sophomore year. The Mission, B.C. native tied for third in the Pac-12 with 20 goals during the shortened 2020 season and earned Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honors after scoring five goals with two assists in her first game as a Duck.
Eckert found herself in a reserve role as a freshman behind returning starter Alle Dunbar. Before coming to Oregon, the Burlington, Ont. native led her province to the U-19 National Championship and won the Brogden Cup in 2018. Eckert played in all seven games of the U-19 World Championships and recorded 23 saves during the tournament.
The World Lacrosse Six on Six model sees six players per team on the field at a time, with 12 total players on a team. Eight-minute running quarters begin with a draw, but goalies will restart play after every goal. Players must be versatile, as they will play both offense and defense and be subjected to a 30-second shot clock.
Team Canada Super Sixes Schedule (All Times Pacific)
Saturday, Oct. 23 vs. Iroquois Nationals (9 a.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 23 vs. Team USA (11:30 a. m.)
Sunday, Oct. 24 vs. Iroquois Nationals (7:45 a.m.)
Sunday, Oct. 24 vs. Team USA (10:15 a.m.)
|0||Cole Hildmann||M||Fr.||Liverpool, NY / Liverpool HS|
|1||A||6-1||Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg HS|
|2||Tim Roesler||D||–||Carlisle, PA /|
|4||Zachery Dadabo||M||5-10||Jr.||Lexington, SC / Lexington HS|
|5||Brad Chambliss||D||6-1||Sr.||Stevensville, MD / Kent Island HS|
|6||Garet McMahon||M||6-0||So.||Collingwood, Ontario, Canada / Jean Vanier Catholic HS|
|7||Alec Fletcher||D||6-0||Jr.||Frederick, MD / Tuscarora HS|
|8||Caleb Forga||A||6-3||Fr.||Belleville, MI / Belleville HS|
|9||Gabe Hamilton||D/M||5-8||Sr.||Destin, FL / Fort Walton Beach HS|
|10||Garrett Nix||D||6-2||Sr.||Columbia, SC / Irmo HS|
|11||Luke Evans||D||6-0||So.||Maple Ridge, British Colombia, Canada / Westview Secondary|
|12||Brice Kirsch||M||6-1||Jr.||Inman, SC / Boiling Springs HS|
|13||Kyle Dunklee||M||5-10||R-Sr.||Pearland, TX / Pearland HS|
|14||Cole Bates||A||5-10||Jr.||Boiling Springs, SC / Boiling Springs HS|
|15||Owen Harrison||M||5-9||Fr.||Apex, NC / Middle Creek HS|
|16||Chandler Muth||M||5-10||Fr.||Crestwood, KY / South Oldham HS|
|17||Jack Travassos||D||6-2||Fr.||Ontario, Canada / Corpus Christi|
|18||TJ Pratt||LSM||5-6||Sr.||Greenville, SC / Mauldin HS|
|19||Dawson Brown||M||6-2||Jr.||Hamilton, Ontario, Canada / St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary|
|20||Cameron King||LSM||5-10||Sr.||Edgewater, MD / South River HS|
|21||Adrian Channell||A||6-1||So.||Ontario, Canada / Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School|
|23||Justin Messersmith||M||5-7||R-Sr.||Stevensville, MD / Kent Island HS|
|24||Bryce Cordingley||M||6-1||Fr.||Orangeville, Ontario, Canada / The Hill Academy|
|25||Eli Lang||M||5-10||So.||Windsor, CO / Windsor HS|
|26||Carson Lesser||LSM/D||6-0||Jr.||Advance, NC / Davie County HS|
|27||Andrew Briones||LSM||6-0||Sr.||Friendswood, TX / Friendswood HS|
|28||Eric Jackson||D||5-11||Fr.||Holy Springs, NC / Holly Springs HS|
|30||Jackson Von Eschen||GK||5-10||So.||Sayville, NY / Sayville HS|
|31||Matt Staudt||D||5-0||Fr.||Chicago, IL / Grayslake North|
|33||Kyle Hogan||D||6-5||Sr.||Fort Walton Beach, FL / Fort Walton Beach HS|
|34||Gregory Gerber Jr.||M||5-10||Jr.||Fredrick, MD / Uranna HS|
|35||Mekai Camber||D||5-10||Fr.||Myrtle Beach, SC / Myrtle Beach HS|
|36||Miles Jones||M||6-5||Fr.||Jupiter, FL / Jupiter HS|
|37||Mac Ryan||A||5-9||Fr.||Lake Villa, FL / Lakes Community HS|
|39||Ethan Goodenow||D||6-2||Fr.||Owasso, OK / Owasso HS|
|42||Jahn Skinner-Ligon||GK||5-10||Sr.||Clifton Park, NY / Shenendehowa HS|
|44||Baker Westmoreland||A||6-1||Fr.||Charlotte, NC / Community School of Davidson|
|45||Garrison Story||GK||5-8||So.||Pensacola, FL / Gulf Breeze HS|
|46||Brock Strong||D||6-4||So.||Clarington, Ontario, Canada / Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary|
|48||Gunner Cisko||M||5-6||Sr.||Mauldin, SC / Mauldin HS|
|50||Ethan Canning||M||6-1||Fr.||Orlando, FL / Timber Creek HS|
|51||Scott Reed||A/M||5-7||R-Fr.||Ontario, Canada / All Saints Catholic Secondary|
|52||Holden Rue||A||5-10||Fr.||North Myrtle Beach, SC / North Myrtle Beach HS|
|58||Gavin Romero||M||5-10||Fr.||Broken Arrow, OK / Broken Arrow HS|
|70||Carter Hall||GK||6-1||Fr.||East Earl, PA / Whitinsville Christian School|
|77||Sam Parent||M||6-2||Fr.||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada / St. Mother Teresa HS|
|86||Daytin Vidovich||M||5-11||Sr.||Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada / Pitt Meadows SS|
|88||Curtis Bukta||M||6-4||R-Fr.||Ontario, Canada / St. Mary’s HS|
|91||Zachary Sunderland||M||6-0||Jr.||Brampton, Ontario, Canada / Notre Dame Catholic Secondary|
|92||Connor Bates||FO||5-10||Fr.||Boiling Springs, SC / Boiling Springs HS|
|93||Griffen Broad||GK||5-10||Fr.||Wake Forest, NC / Wakefield HS|
|99||Owen Latchford||GK||6-3||Jr.||Bluffton, SC / Bluffton HS|
|Fraser Berrett||5-10||Fr.||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada / St. Francis Xavier|
|Hudson Chivers||6-4||Fr.||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada / St Francis Xavier|
|Colby Dobbins||6-||Fr.||Massena, NY / Salmon River Central HS|
|Nolan Downey||5-11||Fr.||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada / Everest Academy|
|Khi Finch||5-11||Fr.||Laurel, MD / Reservoir HS|
|Gage Fowler||5-11||Fr.||Byram, NJ / Pope John XXIII HS|
|Shane Galt||5-10||Fr.||Weston, FL / St. Thomas Aquinas HS|
|Josh Kelly||6-2||Fr.||Lakewood Ranch, FL / Lakewood Ranch HS|
|Lyle MacNeil||6-8||Fr.||Orangeville, Ontario, Canada / Orangeville District Secondary School|
|Briley Maxwell||6-3||Fr.||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada / Vimy Ridge Academy|
|Jason McElroy||6-2||So.||Frederick, MD / Oakdale HS|
|Josef Nelson||6-5||Fr.||Pearland, TX / Pearland HS|
|Tristan Nicholson||6-||Fr.||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada / West Carleton HS|
|Charlie Wendel||5-10||Fr.||Glenwood, MD / Glenelg HS|
Host of Blue Devils Set for USA Fall Classic this Weekend
- USA Lacrosse Fall Classic Details
The event features six teams in all, including the reigning gold (United States) and silver (Canada) medalists at the most recent World Lacrosse men’s and women’s championships along with the 2021 NCAA Division I champions — Boston College (women) and Virginia (men).
For fans unable to attend the games, every game will be streamed by Lax Sports Network.
Leading the way for the United States in his second term as the head coach – the first time in the history of the USA men’s program – is Danowski. Former Blue Devils on the USA roster include Myles Jones, Patrick Resch, JT Giles-Harris, Brad Smith and Cade Van Raaphorst. Suiting up for Canada is Williams, one of a handful of collegiate players on the roster.
Giles-Harris will be making his return to play for the first time since suffering an injury in the NCAA semifinals. He missed his rookie season in the Premier Lacrosse League after being drafted third overall by Chrome. Resch, a one-year member of the Blue Devils as a graduate student transfer, is coming off a championship season with Chaos, excelling as a defensive midfielder.
Jones finished his third year in the PLL, ranking second in league in points with 32 from 14 goals, including one two-pointer, and 17 assists, in regular season play. He led all midfielders in the league in scoring and ranked second overall in points and assists behind Grant Ament.
Smith was a key reason Whipsnakes won their way to a third consecutive PLL title game as he finished his regular season with 21 points from 11 goals and 10 assists. He shined in the postseason, netting five goals and four assists en route to the runner-up finish.
An anchor for Atlas’ defense, Van Raaphorst finished tied for second in nine regular season contests with 16 caused turnovers. He also picked up 26 ground balls, ranking 10th among non-faceoff specialists or goaltenders.
In addition to the Fall Classic, the Sunday games from the Brogden Cup, featuring the men’s and women’s USA Select U16 and U18 teams playing against teams representing the Haudenosaunee Nationals and Ontario will also be streamed on LSN.
Tickets are also on sale for the Fall Classic, with discounted pricing for USA Lacrosse members.
Schedule of Events
Friday, Oct. 15
5:30 PM – Canada men vs. USA men
8 p.m. – Canada women vs. USA women
Saturday, Oct. 16
12 p.m. – Canada (M) vs. Virginia
2:30 p.m. – Boston College vs. Canada (W)
5 p.m. – USA (M) vs. Virginia
7:30 p.m. – Boston College vs. USA (W)
Westlock’s Zach Basisty earns Team Canada West roster spot at World Junior Lacrosse Championship
WJLC runs Aug. 12-14 in Winnipeg and will be broadcast live on TSN
WESTLOCK – Westlock’s Zach Basisty will join a roster of western Canadian athletes in their quest for a World Junior Lacrosse Championship (WJLC) title next weekend in Winnipeg.
The 18-year-old Basisty is in fact the youngest member of Canada West, a collection 20 junior-aged lacrosse players from B.C. to Manitoba who’ll complete against Canada East at the International Indoor Junior Lacrosse (IIJL) World Junior Championship taking place Aug. 12-14 in Winnipeg at the Canada Life Centre (formerly Bell MTS Place).
Collectively, Canada East and Canada West will feature 40 players from seven different provinces, two Junior ‘B’ leagues, all three Junior ‘A’ leagues, five National Lacrosse League players and 16 collegiate players from across the NCAA (Div. I, II and III) and the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association.
Basisty, who graduated from R.F. Staples School in June and has been suiting up for the St. Albert Miners in the Rocky Mountain Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League (RMJALL) this summer, said he’s excited to hit the floor at the three-day, three-game event which will be broadcast live nationally on TSN. Basisty is the only player on the team who lives north of St. Albert and is one of only seven Albertans on the 20-man Canada West squad.
“It’s an honour to be able to have the Maple Leaf on your chest. It’s a dream and to be the youngest there, it’s such an honour,” said Basisty, who flies out to Winnipeg Aug. 9 and will get into a couple of practices before the games begin Thursday.
“I want to thank my coaches, friends, family and my teammates for all their support.”
Due to COVID-19 the event has been scaled back to the two teams and there won’t be any fans in the stands. To make the team, Basisty attended a try-out in Saskatoon back in January 2020.
“The coaches have been watching me play since that try-out and were impressed and they made a call. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity,” said Basisty, who’s no stranger to high-level lacrosse and has played for Team Alberta in past summers.
From one championship to another
Following the WJLC, Basisty will wing his way home and join the Miners for their RMJALL playoff run. The four-team league includes the Miners, Saskatoon Swat, Okotoks Raiders and the Calgary Mountaineers.
“We were fortunate to have a 10-game season this year, plus playoffs, which run Aug. 12-15. I’ll miss the first three games of the playoff and then be back for the finals, which I think our team will make as we’re pretty deep this year,” he noted.
After the RMJALL season is concluded, Basisty said that due to COVID-19, he’ll be taking a break and plans to work and continue training this fall.
He does know that there’ll be plenty of scouts watching the WJLC and he’d like to parlay his performance there into either an NLL contract or NCAA scholarship.
“There’ll be a lot of (NLL) scouts, a couple of coaches and some GMs there so it’s a big opportunity,” he added. “And over this next year I’ll keep talking to colleges and see where the best fit is.”
The WJLC is an IIJL event founded in 2015 as an annual box lacrosse world championship for players 20 years of age and younger.
The 2021 version will be decided in a three-game cumulative series, while next year it will
return to a full schedule with nine nations.
The Canada East bench will have a familiar face leading the charge with Jeff Dowling returning for his fifth World Juniors.
“The previous two World Junior Canada rosters (2018 and 2019) were built with solid goaltending, athletic defenders, and unselfish offensive players.” said Dowling. “We’ve continued with that mold for Canada East team, and know Canada West is similarly built, so we expect to see very fast paced games.”
Meanwhile, Canada West will be led by two-time National Lacrosse League (NLL) general manager of the year Marty O’Neill.
“This will be a welcomed event given that the past few years have taken away opportunities for these players to display their talents.” said O’Neill. “Personally, I’m looking forward to helping them put the best foot forward to show what they can do on a big stage.”
For more on the event visit www.2021WJLC.com or check out their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.
George Blais, TownandCountryToday.com
|1||Harrison Thompson||G||Fr.||5-11||166||Mountain Lakes, N.J. / Mountain Lakes|
|2||Griffin Cook||M||So.||5-7||173||Syracuse, N.Y. / Jamesville-DeWitt|
|3||Mikey Berkman||A||R-Fr.||5-11||191||Windermere, Fla. / West Orange High School|
|4||Michael Page||LSM||Fr.||6-0||185||Avon by the Sea, N.J. / Manasquan|
|5||Nate Garlow||FO||Jr.||5-10||207||Syracuse, N.Y. / Marcellus|
|6||Jackson Birtwistle||M||Fr.||6-0||188||St. Davids, PA / Radnor|
|7||Basil Aburn||A||So.||5-10||211||Towson, Md. / Boy’s Latin|
|8||Matt Magnan||M||So.||6-1||197||Bedford, N.Y. / Fox Lane High School|
|9||Peter Dearth||SSDM||Sr.||6-3||214||Ridgefield, CONN. / Ridgefield|
|10||Max Rosa||M||Fr.||5-11||200||Syracuse, N.Y. / West Genesee|
|11||Brett Kennedy||LSM||R-Jr.||6-0||204||Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood|
|12||Jamie Trimboli||M||Sr.||5-10||188||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|13||Pete Fiorini||M||So.||6-3||212||Baldwinsville, N.Y. / C.W. Baker|
|14||Owen Seebold||A||Jr.||6-1||205||Dallas, Texas / Highland Park|
|15||Cole Horan||D||Jr.||5-10||199||Floral Park, N.Y. / Floral Park Memorial|
|16||Brendan Curry||M||Jr.||6-0||176||Lutherville, Md. / Calvert Hall|
|17||Mitch Wykoff||D||Sr.||6-2||205||Fairfield, Conn. / Fairfield Ludlowe / Gettysburg|
|18||Nick Hapney||D||So.||6-2||213||Towson, Md. / St. Paul’s School for Boys / Utah|
|19||Jack Kennedy||D||R-Fr.||6-1||195||Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood|
|20||Liam Ferris||A||Fr.||6-1||192||Bethlehem, N.Y. / Bethlehem High School|
|21||Zach Lee||D||Fr.||6-3||255||Glenmore, Pa. / Downingtown East|
|23||Tucker Dordevic||M||R-So.||5-11||203||Portland, ORE. / Edison|
|24||Jack Savage||F/O||Fr.||6-1||210||Lake Oswego, Ore. / Lakeridge High School|
|25||Spencer Small||SSDM||Sr.||6-1||204||San Diego, Calif. / Torrey Pines / St. Edward’s University|
|26||Lucas Quinn||M||Jr.||5-9||208||Niskayuna, N.Y. / Niskayuna|
|27||Brett Tenaglia||A||Fr.||5-8||189||New Fairfield, Conn. / New Fairfield / Furman|
|28||Sam Schluter||LSM||Jr.||5-11||185||Pennington, N.J. / The Hun School|
|29||Stephen Rehfuss||A||R-Sr.||6-0||183||Latham, N.Y. / Shaker / Holy Cross|
|30||Landon Clary||LSM||Fr.||5-11||195||Oakridge, N.C. / North West Guliford|
|31||Jacob Buttermore||M||Jr.||5-10||200||Garnett Valley, Pa. / Garnett Valley|
|32||Jack Witherspoon||D||Fr.||6-3||227||Owings Mills, Md. / Gillman|
|33||Drake Porter||G||Sr.||5-11||183||Aurora, Ontario / St. Andrew’s College / IMG Academy|
|34||Jonathan Partamian||SSDM||Jr.||6-0||181||La Canada, Calif. / Loyola HS|
|35||Dami Oladunmoye||SSDM||R-So.||5-11||206||Grayslake, Ill. / Grayslake North|
|36||Shaffer Woody||SSDM||Fr.||6-1||199||Durham, N.C. / Durham Academy|
|37||Jakob Phaup||FO||Jr.||5-10||190||Souderton, Pa. / Souderton Area|
|38||Caden Kol||D||Fr.||5-11||207||Danville, Calif. / Salisbury School|
|39||Nick Papa||M||Fr.||6-0||186||Manlius, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius / IMG Academy|
|40||Caelin Lewis||M||Fr.||6-4||234||Sammamish, Wash. / Skyline|
|41||Brett Barlow||LSM||Jr.||6-2||210||Manlius, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius|
|42||Danny Varello||FO||Sr.||5-10||201||Kings Park, N.Y. / Smithtown West|
|43||Brandon Aviles||SSDM||Fr.||5-11||191||Setauket, N.Y. / Ward Melville|
|44||Nick DiPietro||D||R-Jr.||6-1||236||Dix Hills, N.Y. / Half Hollow Hills East|
|45||Jerry Staats||D||R-Jr.||6-0||217||Scotland, Ontario / The Hill Academy|
|46||Shahé Katchadurian||G||R-Fr.||6-2||281||Goldens Bridge, N.Y. / John Jay Cross River|
|47||Nathan McPeak||G||R-So.||5-11||204||Chula Vista, Calif. / Eastlake|
|48||Saam Olexo||SSDM||Fr.||6-1||203||Parole, Md. / Archbishop Spalding|
|50||Patrick Duffy||G||Fr.||6-0||200||Portland, Ore. / Jesuit High School|
|51||Frankie Hapney||D||Fr.||5-10||167||Towson, Md. / St. Paul’s School for Boys|
|52||Blake Erlbeck||A||Fr.||5-10||186||Rancho Santa Fe., Calif. / Torrey Pines|
|53||Tommy Drago||LSM||Fr.||5-11||176||Caldwell, N.J. / West Essex Regional|
|77||Owen Hiltz||A||Fr.||5-7||179||Peterborough, Ontario / Culver Academy|
|81||Gavin Kline||F/O||Fr.||5-10||185||Purcelville, Va. / Paul VI Catholic|
|83||JT Stirpe||M||Fr.||5-10||171||Vestal, N.Y. / Vestal|
|88||Marshall McGuire||M||Fr.||6-3||224||Lake Oswego, Ore. / Lake Oswego|
|89||Luke Talago||F/O||Fr.||5-9||211||Centervalley, Pa. / Allentown Catholic|
|90||Grant Murphy||D||Jr.||6-2||216||Woodlands, Texas / Woodlands|
|1||Aidan Fearn||FO||6-2||Fr.||Toronto, Ontario, Canada / The Hill Academy||Economics and Criminal Justice|
|2||Kevin Lambe||FO/M||6-1||175||Sr.||Louisville, KY / Trinity||Wagner||Business Administration|
|3||Harrison Pate||M||5-10||180||Jr.||Louisville, KY / St. Xavier||Finance|
|4||Jack Bozik||G||6-0||175||Jr.||Denver, CO / Wheat Ridge||Biology|
|5||Tayo Oladunmoye||M||5-9||150||So.||Grayslake, IL / Grayslake North|
|6||Patrick Keegan||M||6-1||195||Sr.||West Chester, PA / Henderson||Finance and Accounting|
|7||Cameron Herbert||M||6-1||185||Sr.||Maplewood, NJ / Columbia||Computer Science|
|8||Jaden Wilkins||M||6-6||200||Fr.||Roswell, GA / Denmark||Business Administration|
|9||Matt Ury||D/LSM||5-11||190||Sr.||Orange County, CA / Santa Margarita||Finance|
|10||Blake Roshkowski||M||6-0||205||Gr.||Louisville, KY / St. Xavier||Sports Administration|
|11||Parker Freiberg||M||6-1||195||Jr.||New Brighton, MN / Irondale||Biology/Pre-Veterinary Science|
|12||Cole Messick||FO||5-9||170||Fr.||Cambridge, MD / Saints Peter and Paul High School||Business Administration|
|13||Jack Cunningham||M||5-11||181||So.||Saint Charles, IL / St. Charles North||Business Administration|
|14||Brayden Brown||A||6-2||185||R-Sr.||Victoria, BC, Canada / Claremont Secondary||Communication|
|15||Preston Winner||M||6-0||185||Jr.||Hamilton, OH / Elder||Business Administration|
|16||Jacob Berggren||M||6-5||200||Gr.||Tualatin, OR / Tualatin High School||Whittier||Business Administration|
|17||Ethan Pattinson||M||5-11||185||Sr.||Highland, MI / Detroit Catholic Central||Business Administration|
|18||Brody Lowry||A||6-0||190||R-Sr.||Rockwall, TX / Rockwall Heath||Pre-Physical Therapy|
|19||Brennan McDermott||M||5-11||180||Fr.||Pleasantville, NY / Pleasantville||Psychology|
|20||Jackson Hammersley||LSM||5-10||165||So.||Lynnfield, MA / Lynnfield|
|21||Denton Macdonald||M||5-10||185||So.||Victoria, BC / Claremont Secondary||Sports Psychology|
|22||Benny O’Rourk||M||5-10||180||Jr.||Hiltion Head Island, SC / Lambert||Business Administration|
|24||Benjamin Hubbs||A||5-10||Fr.||Louisville, KY / St. X|
|25||Wilson Murphree||M||5-10||190||So.||Plano, TX / Episcopal School of Dallas||Business Administration|
|26||Nicholas Sheremetta||D||6-1||190||Fr.||Yorba Linda, CA / Servite High School||Accounting|
|27||Landon Trout||A||5-9||185||Gr.||Columbus, OH / Pickerington North||Sports Administration|
|28||Christian Della Rocco||A||5-10||185||So.||Westfield, NJ / The Hill Academy||Sports Administration|
|29||Justin Wescoat||M||6-2||200||Fr.||Pottstown, PA / Pottsgrove||Business Adminstration|
|30||Josh Healy||M||5-10||165||So.||Keller, TX / Keller||Business Administration|
|33||Dante Batista||G||6-0||Fr.||Wilton, CT / Kent School||History|
|34||John Imperato||M||5-10||Fr.||Kingwood, TX / Kingwood High School||Sports Administration|
|35||Bobby Gabriel||D||6-2||210||Jr.||Dayton, OH / Centerville||Computer Science|
|37||J.T. Simonton||FO||5-8||170||Gr.||Denver, CO / Cherry Creek||Finance/MBA|
|38||Shane Dzwilewski||D||6-3||205||Fr.||San Clemente, CA / St. Margaret’s Episcopal School||Finance|
|40||Luke Legnard||A||5-9||170||Gr.||Annapolis, MD / Archbishop Spalding||Business Administration|
|41||Jon Robbins||D/LSM||5-9||185||Gr.||Plano, TX / Plano||Business Administration|
|44||Gavin Noland||A||5-11||170||Fr.||Louisville, KY / Trinity||Business Administration|
|45||JC Higginbotham||G||6-0||200||Jr.||Plano, TX / Plano West||Finance|
|47||Tommy Fialkowski||D||5-10||170||So.||Atlanta, GA / North Atlanta||Finance|
|48||Ben Taylor||D||6-2||195||Jr.||Louisville, KY / Trinity||Business Administration and Communication|
|49||Dylan Tulett||M||5-11||185||Gr.||Toronto, ON, Canada / Hill Academy||Biochemistry/Molecular Biology|
|50||Collin Murray||D||5-11||185||R-Sr.||West Chester, PA / West Chester East||Finance and Accounting|
|51||Lukas Sinon||M||6-1||185||So.||King of Prussia, PA / The Episcopal Academy||Exercise Science|
|52||Kyle Playsted||A||5-8||170||So.||Calgary, AB / Trinity-Pawling||Psychology|
|55||Jayden Smith||D/LSM||5-9||Fr.||Brantford, Ontario, Canada / Culver Military Academy|
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This is the first victory in the history of Latvian hockey over the Canadian national team of any age.Previously, teams from these countries played 21 games, 20 of which ended in favor of the North Americans
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The Canadian national team lost to the Latvian team with a score of 0: 2 in the first match of the group stage of the World Championship in Riga.
The goals were scored by Mix Indrashis (20th minute) and Oscars Batnya (29th).
This is the first victory in the history of Latvian ice hockey over the Canadian national team in an official tournament. Earlier, the Latvians suffered 11 defeats at the world championships and once drew. In addition, the national teams of these countries have met twice at the Olympics and World Youth Championships, as well as five times at the World Junior Championships. Earlier, the teams from Canada and Latvia played 21 games, in which 20 victories were won by the North Americans, one meeting ended in a draw.
At the same time, the Canadians have not scored a single goal in a world championship match for the first time since 2016. At the tournament in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the Canadian national team in the final meeting of the group stage lost to the Finns with a score of 0: 2.Russia started with a victory at the World Hockey Championship. What is important to know
The national teams of Latvia and Canada play in Group B with teams from Finland, USA, Germany, Norway, Italy and Kazakhstan.In the next meeting, the Latvians will play with the Kazakhstan team on May 22, and the Canadians will face the US national team a day later.
The World Championship will end on June 6th.90,000 Pentland, Lawrence is … What is Pentland, Lawrence?
- Pentland, Lawrence
Lawrence Henry Pentland (eng. Lawrence Henry Pentland ; April 6, 1879 (18790406), Marquette, Canada – November 2, 1923, Winnipeg, Canada) – Canadian lacrosse player, champion of the 1904 Summer Olympics.
At the 1904 Games in St. Louis, Pentland was part of the first Canadian national team. His team beat the US team and immediately took first place, winning gold medals.
- Born April 6
- Born in 1879
- Died November 2
- Died in 1923
- Died in Winnipeg
- 1904 Summer Olympics Champions
- Canadian Lacrosse Players
- Lacrosse Players at the 1904 Summer Olympics
- Olympic Champions from Canada
- Olympic Lacrosse Champions
- Ivanovskoe (Kursk region)
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The Russian national ice hockey team took the youth squad to the Karjala Cup and lost 0: 3 to the Finns in the first round, but in the second they fought the Swedes.The rival was constantly leading the score, the Russians recouped twice.
In the end, ours lost 2: 4, but this will quickly be forgotten. But how Russia fought back for the first time will be remembered forever thanks to Matvey Michkov:
• A 16-year-old is playing for the national team.
• Moreover, she scores a goal for the Swedes.
• And most importantly – how: Michkov manages the lacrosse goal!
This is what a miracle looks like:
Once again – this guy is only 16 years old. And he takes and makes the coolest lacrosse goal not to anyone, but to the Swedes ????????????
Just Matvey Michkov ???????? pic.twitter.com/uE1tYXvfdM– Match TV (@MatchTV) November 13, 2021
A lacrosse goal in hockey is a feint in which a hockey player, being outside the goal, catches the puck on a stick and so brings it into the goal without a throw. Lacrosse goals are often associated with Russia:
• This goal was scored by Finn Granlund against the Russian national team at the 2011 World Cup, since then the puck has been called the “Granlund goal”.
• Andrey Svechnikov scored the first such goal in the NHL for Carolina. Svechnikov was then 19 years old.
• And now the youngest goal in the history of the Russian national team is the lacrosse goal.
Social media – delight:
This is Miichkov! Madness– Kazansky Den (@ kazanskyden79) November 13, 2021
And a cool story:
Before the start of the Karjal Michkov Cup, they asked if he understands that at this level he will not be able to break like in the MHL
– Well, we’ll see, – Michkov reacted immediately
And now I look at this answer differently– Semyon Galkevich (@ galkevich42) November 13, 2021
What we already know about Michkov:
• In the KHL he plays for SKA, already at the age of 16 he scored two goals in a match with Admiral.
• In a match with the Finns, he became the national team record holder, making his debut at 16 years and 11 months. The record belonged to Ovechkin – 17 years and 11 months.
• Naturally, a record goal in the entire history of Russian hockey. Previously, Ovechkin was also the record holder.
• By the way, after the first game, Ovechkin turned to Michkov via video: he congratulated him on his achievement and encouraged him to work. What will he say now?
• Michkov has already scored a lacrosse goal this year – in April at the Junior World Cup.
Another lacrosse style goal! @russiahockey Matvei Michkov brings the puck up and over to put Russia up 2-0! @deb_teams # U18Worlds pic.twitter.com/NxEZOi7eyR– IIHF (@IIHFHockey) April 29, 2021
After his goal to the Swedes, Michkov was calm during the break: “I feel very good, I just have to win the match. I didn’t think my first goal for the national team would be so beautiful. I just thought only about winning the team. ”
A chance for another miracle – the very next day, Russia will have the final match at the Karjala Cup against the Czech team.