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Detwiler (A. Carroll), Dirks (@eagirlslax), Doucette (@GoUglax), Stahl (@HarritonLax) on US roster for Spring Premiere

Friday, 7th December 2018

Categories Girl's/Women's, International  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, posted 12/7/18
From US Lacrosse

Head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller has named a 34-player roster that will compete for the U.S. U19 team during the Spring Premiere at Stanford University from Jan. 25-27, 2019.

Four of the players are Philly women – Greta Stahl (Harriton), Olivia Dirks (Episcopal Academy), Madison Doucette (Unionville) and Katie Detwiler (Archbishop Carroll).

This will be the first training weekend for the U.S. U19 team since the Fall Classic in October, which was highlighted by an 18-11 victory over Navy in an exhibition game. The Spring Premiere features six teams — the U.S. senior and U19 teams, along with teams from England, Japan, Fresno State and Stanford. The complete schedule and ticket information will be announced soon.

Amonte Hiller named a 36-player training team after tryouts and August and that group competed during the Fall Classic. Following the event, the roster was trimmed to 30 players, but the coaching staff has added four additional players for Spring Premiere that competed in the August tryouts.

“One of the things our staff did was evaluate talent from the college pool this fall,” said Amonte Hiller. “We talked to coaches, saw them play and watched tape. We decided if players emerged from the tryout pool, we would consider giving them a second shot.”

Joining the team for the Spring Premiere will be a pair of freshman from Syracuse, Megan Carney and Sarah Cooper, and one each from Colorado (Charlie Rudy) and Northwestern (Isabelle Scane).

The U.S. is building towards next summer’s Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Women’s U19 World Championship, which will be held Aug. 1-10, 2019 in Peterborough, Canada.

The United States has won four of the six previous FIL Women’s U19 championships held (1999, 2003, 2007, 2011) while Australia (1995) and Canada (2015) have each won once.

Name Position Hometown High School
Madison Ahern Attack Cohasset, Mass. Notre Dame Academy ‘19
Shannon Boyle Defense Huntington, N.Y. St. Anthony’s ’17
Kari Buonanno Midfield Providence, R.I. Moses Brown School ‘19
Megan Carney Attack McKinney, Texas John Paul II ‘18
Kasey Choma Midfield Manorville, N.Y. Eastport South Manor ‘19
Sarah Cooper Defense Lutherville, Md. Notre Dame Prep ‘18
Amanda Cramer Midfield Manlius, N.Y. Fayetteville Manlius ‘18
Katie DeSimone Attack Bay Shore, N.Y. St. Anthony’s ‘20
Katie Detwiler Defense Devon, Pa. Archbishop John Carroll ‘18
Sophia DiCenso Midfield Foxboro, Mass. Foxboro ‘19
Olivia Dirks Midfield Wayne, Pa. Episcopal Academy ‘19
Madison Doucette Goalie West Chester, Pa. Unionville ‘18

Brianne Gross Defense El Dorado Hills, Calif. Oak Ridge ‘18
Rachel Hall Goalie Cypress, Texas Cypress Woods ‘18
Elle Hansen Midfield Cohasset, Mass. Cohasset ‘18
Jane Hansen Attack Cohasset, Mass. Cohasset ‘19
Hannah Heller Midfield Babylon, N.Y. West Babylon ‘19
Elizabeth Hillman Midfield Fallston, Md. Bel Air ‘18
Leah Holmes Attack Larchmont, N.Y. Hackley ‘20
Kimber Hower Goalie Sandy, Utah Brighton ‘18
Emma Jaques Defense Darien, Conn. Darien ‘18
Madeleine Jenner Attack Annapolis, Md. McDonogh School ‘18
Michaela McMahon Midfield Bardonia, N.Y. Saddle ‘18
Alexandra Murphy Defense Wantagh, N.Y. Wantagh ’17 (Massachusetts)
Brooklyn Neumen Defense Rockford, Mich. Rockford ‘18
Allison Palermo Defense Seaford, N.Y. Seaford ’17 (Northwestern)
Olivia Rubin Midfield Lutherville, Md. Bryn Mawr School ‘18
Charlie Rudy Attack Novato, Calif. Novato ‘18
Isabelle Scane Midfield Clarkston, Mich. Cranbrook Kingswood ‘18
Emma Schettig Midfield Woodbine, Md. McDonogh ‘19
Morgan Schwab Attack Fairport, N.Y. Fairport ‘20
Isabelle (Belle) Smith Midfield West. Beach, N.Y. Westhampton Beach ‘20
Greta Stahl Attack Penn Valley, Pa. Harriton ‘18
Caitlyn Wurzburger Attack Delray Beach, Fla. Amercian Heritage School ‘20

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