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US eight-peats with dramatic comeback over Canada

Iroquois win bronze: England takes 5th

Ireland, China, Hong Kong & Mexico win placing games

USA-Canada for Gold; Iroquois-Australia Bronze

Championship Semis Set as Iroquois, Aussies win

Day 6: USA 4-0, receives bye to semis as top seed

Day 5: US Dominant, Canada, Taiwan, Israel, China win

Day 4: Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, Ireland win

Day 3: US, Canada, China, Hong Kong & Germany win

Iroquois score big in 22-4 win over England on Day 2

Eight-goal first half propels USA to opening night win

Haiti Voted in as FIL’s 55th Member

Results

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2016 U19 Men's Lacrosse
World Championship
7-16 July 2016
Coquitlam, BC CAN

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UNITED STATES 13, CANADA 12

The United States came back from a 6-0 deficit to defeat Canada 13-12 Saturday in front of a standing-room only crowd at the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 Men's Lacrosse World Championships presented by Novus.

Recap: http://bit.ly/usa-gold

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UNITED STATES 13, CANADA 12 The United States came back from a 6-0 deficit to defeat Canada 13-12 Saturday in front of a standing-room only crowd at the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL...

7TH PLACE - IRELAND 16, GERMANY 12 | RECAP: http://bit.ly/ger-irl

A five-goal night from Tom Lyons, including the eventual game-winner, led Ireland to a 16-12 win over Germany in a wild and entertaining seventh-place game. The game featured seven ties and two lead changes, before Ireland put the game away with five goals in the fourth quarter at the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse Under-19 Men's Lacrosse World Championship presented by Novus on Friday.

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7TH PLACE - IRELAND 16, GERMANY 12 | RECAP: bit.ly/ger-irl A five-goal night from Tom Lyons, including the eventual game-winner, led Ireland to a 16-12 win over Germany in a wild and entertain...

9TH PLACE - CHINA 15, SCOTLAND 9 | RECAP: http://bit.ly/chn-sco

China rode the strong faceoff play of Eric Wang, who was 19-for-22 on the draws, and a balanced offence en route to a 15-9 win over Scotland to clinch 9th place at the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 Men's Lacrosse World Championship presented by Novus on Friday.

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9TH PLACE - CHINA 15, SCOTLAND 9 | RECAP: bit.ly/chn-sco China rode the strong faceoff play of Eric Wang, who was 19-for-22 on the draws, and a balanced offence en route to a 15-9 win over Sco...

11TH PLACE - HONG KONG 13, KOREA 4 | RECAP: http://bit.ly/kor-hkg

Hong Kong's No. 2 goalie Samuel Lai was terrific in the cage, making 12 saves on 16 shots, several from point-blank range as Hong Kong won the 11th-place game 13-4 over Korea on Friday afternoon at Percy Perry Stadium.

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11TH PLACE - HONG KONG 13, KOREA 4 | RECAP: bit.ly/kor-hkg Hong Kong's No. 2 goalie Samuel Lai was terrific in the cage, making 12 saves on 16 shots, several from point-blank range as Hong Kon...

13TH PLACE - MEXICO 9, TAIWAN 4 | RECAP: http://bit.ly/mex-tpe

Mexico won its first game of the tournament with a 9-4 victory over Taiwan for 13th place at the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 Men's Lacrosse World Championships presented by Novus.

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13TH PLACE - MEXICO 9, TAIWAN 4 | RECAP: bit.ly/mex-tpe Mexico won its first game of the tournament with a 9-4 victory over Taiwan for 13th place at the 2016 Federation of International Lacros...

Canada fell behind in the second quarter, but stormed back with several offensive runs to hold off the athletic and offensively gifted Iroquois Nationals 14-11.

The Iroquois Nationals trailed 4-1 but scored five straight to close out the first half with a 6-4 lead, including two highlight-reel goals from Tehoka Nanticoke. One of two big weapons along with Austin Staats, Nanticoke (4G) led the Iroquois offence despite drawing lots of attention from the Canadian defence. The Iroquois stretched the lead to three goals in the third quarter before Ryan Lanchbury scored to start a 7-1 Canadian run.

Canada’s Inacio was 17-for-25 at the faceoff X. Canadian scoring came from Jeff Teat (4G, 2A), Lanchbury (2G, 1A), Tre Leclaire of Surrey (2G, 1A), Ryland Rees of Port Coquitlam (2G), Thomas Semple of Coquitlam (1G), Ethan Walker (1G, 2A), Riley Curtis (1G, 2A) and Tanner Cook (1G). Staats (2G), Doug Jamieson (1G), Devon Buckshot (1G), Mitch Laffin (1G), and Squamish’s Sekawnee Baker (1G) rounded out the Iroquois scoring. Kyle Hebert was strong in the Canadian net with 16 saves, while Tyler Armstrong made six saves in the loss for the Nationals.

The win over the Iroquois sets up a rematch with the U.S. for the world U-19 title on Saturday.

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Canada fell behind in the second quarter, but stormed back with several offensive runs to hold off the athletic and offensively gifted Iroquois Nationals 14-11. The Iroquois Nationals trailed 4-1 but...

Seven different players scored multiple goals, led by Alex Roesner with five, as the United States dominated Australia 23-1 to advance to the championship game of the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s U19 World Championship. The U.S., the only nation to have won the championship since the event’s inception in 1988, will go for an eighth straight title on Saturday at 7 p.m. (Eastern) against Canada.

The U.S. led 7-0 after the first quarter, 12-0 at the half and 15-0 into the third quarter before Australia’s Sean Clarke scored his team’s only goal with 14:43 remaining in the third quarter. Roesner (5g, 1a) and Michael Sowers (2g, 4a) led the U.S. attack with six points each, and Dox Aitken and Mac O’Keefe each had hat tricks. Aitken scored three of Team USA’s first nine goals. Jared Bernhardt (2g, 2a), Austin Sims (1g, 3a) and Ryan Conrad (1g, 2a) each had at least three points for the U.S. as well.

Team USA controlled the faceoffs with Austin Henningsen (7-of-11) and Christian Feliziani (6-of-10) doing the damage. Willie Klan got the start in goal and played three quarters while making two saves and allowing just one goal. Philip Goss played the final quarter and blanked the Aussies while making one save.

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Seven different players scored multiple goals, led by Alex Roesner with five, as the United States dominated Australia 23-1 to advance to the championship game of the 2016 Federation of International ...

England used a five-goal run on both sides of halftime to take the lead and then held on against an upset-minded German side. 

Germany had taken a 4-3 lead midway through the second quarter, but Alex Russell and Oliver Curtis scored late in the half to put England up 5-4 at the long break. Oliver Curtis extended the English lead only 55 seconds into the third and a pair of goals by Austin Hudson completed the run, putting England up 8-5 with 5:25 gone in the second half. 

Hudson and Zach Peng each had hat tricks for England, with Curtis and Russell adding two each. Singles by Tim Collins, Daniel Matthews and James Ready rounded out their scoring.

Germany had nine different goal scorers, with Lukas Kins, Paul Grube, Leonard Nohring, Jakob Boeckermann, Soeren Spiegel, Finn Post, Jonas Lach, Florian Werner and Per-Anders Olters each getting one past the English goaltending tandem of Hal Dwobeng and William Hudson. 

England will face Israel for fifth place. That game is set for 10 a.m. Saturday. 

Germany will take on Ireland for seventh place in a game set for 7:30 p.m.

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England used a five-goal run on both sides of halftime to take the lead and then held on against an upset-minded German side. Germany had taken a 4-3 lead midway through the second quarter, but Alex...

Israel raced out to a 5-0 first-quarter lead and withstood a late Irish comeback to prevail in the battle of division winners. 

Israel, who won the Red Division, led 5-0 after 20 minutes and 7-2 at halftime. However, Ireland, champions of the Green Division, responded with five goals in the fourth quarter to draw within two, but could not complete the comeback. Joshua Bernstein led Israel with four goals, while Nick Schulman had three, Alon Berkowitz and Ilon Hascal added a pair each and Noah Knopf had one. 

For Ireland, Conor Austin and Tom Lyons each had hat tricks, while Patrick Magliocchino had two. Singles by Jason Reid and Rory Madison rounded out the Irish scoring.

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Israel raced out to a 5-0 first-quarter lead and withstood a late Irish comeback to prevail in the battle of division winners. Israel, who won the Red Division, led 5-0 after 20 minutes and 7-2 at h...

Hong Kong and Scotland played in a thrilling, back-and-forth game today with Scotland holding off several Hong Kong charges for the 10-7 victory. 

Calmen Tihansky scored three goals and Josh Richardson and Edward Fennell added a pair each for the Scots. Singles came from Colin Uyeki, who added four helpers, Jonathan Shaw, who added two assists,  and Corrie Bruce, who also added one assist. Oliver Raine made 10 saves for the win. 

Hong Kong had a three-goal effort from Matthew Nisbet, two goals from Bryan Houghton and singles from Chak Sum Ho and Long Fai Ko. Lai Yin Fung came into goal late in the first quarter and made 12 saves in the win.

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Hong Kong and Scotland played in a thrilling, back-and-forth game today with Scotland holding off several Hong Kong charges for the 10-7 victory. Calmen Tihansky scored three goals and Josh Richards...

 
 

FIL 2016 Guide to International Lacrosse

This guide provides an overview of the Federation of International Lacrosse as of January 2016.

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