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Video: Team USA vs. Team Canada Highlights

Team Canada defeated Team USA, 10-9, in a preliminary game of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships — marking the Canadians’ second straight victory against the Americans, including the 2006 gold medal match. View Video…

Video: Bryant’s Roberts A Hero for England

Bryant University’s Evan Roberts proved he’s more than a faceoff specialist, using a left-handed rocket to lift England over upstart Japan in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships in Manchester, England. Team England erased deficits late in regulation and overtime, sealing a 13-12 victory with two goals in the last minute of OT.

Newsflash, Japan looks really good in this video! Lacrosse truly is growing. View Video…

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Team USA Shooting Gallery

Warrior has been covering the behind the scenes aspect of Team USA very well. They captured the team whooping and hollering during their shooting warmup. The net is left almost fraying apart at the seams. MORE DETAILS…

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Warrior Behind the Scenes at the World Games

Here’s Warrior’s first look at the player’s village, Team USA dorms and the morning shoot around at the FIL World Games in Manchester, England.

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Video: Scotland, Austria, Canada

Videos of Team Canada v. Scotland and Austrian National Team on field practice using slow motion video technology. More Videos…

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Canada v Japan Game Photos

Pics are up from the Canada v Japan game earlier. You’ll notice familiar names on the uniforms – Greer, Huntley, Snider. More…

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Checking in from the World Games: USA’s Joe Cinosky

This is a must read!

This is my first time ever blogging but I thought this would be a good way to share what’s going on over here in Manchester England for the 2010 world games. I figured that it would be easier if I included a lot of pictures to keep everyone interested because as I said before this is my first time blogging. KEEP READING…

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It’s Official, James Cameron Contributes to the Iroquois Cause

We were the first lacrosse website to break the news, and now we have confirmation. Read the press release for even more details. PRESS RELEASE…

Checking in from the World Games: Poland and Cornell’s Brad Kamedulski

Cornell alumnus Brad Kamedulski ’10 has been selected as a member of the first-ever Polish National Lacrosse team, which will be competing in the upcoming Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships, held from July 16-24 in Manchester, England. During his stay, Kamedulski will provide journal entries for CornellBigRed.com. Kamedulski, whose grandfather Eugene Kamedulski was a Polish war hero fighting for the Allies in World War II before immigrating to the United States in 1954, acquired dual-citizenship this spring and is one of nine Americans on the team. KEEP READING…

Video: Team USA Captains in Manchester

Kevin Cassese and Ryan Powell could not be more different. Cassese is the quiet leader with a choirboy image, the son of a coach who was destined to become one himself. Powell is the second of the three fabled brothers who transformed lacrosse, a fireplug and constant threat around the cage. As co-captains of the 2010 U.S. men’s national team, however, they’ve found a common thread: passion. View Video…