July 12th - 22nd | 2017

Surrey Sports Park

Guildford | Surrey

US Lacrosse has named 25 players to the training team for the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s World Cup, which will be held from 12-22 July in Guildford, England.

The 2017 World Cup Training Team was selected from a 36-player pool following the first-ever Team USA Fall Classic, which welcomed Australia, Canada, England and the 2016 NCAA Division I champion North Carolina to the US Lacrosse headquarters on October 8-9. Team USA went undefeated, winning by a combined 79-29 score.

“With the amount of talent in the United States, we have the best pool of players looking ahead to the World Cup, but it’s always a difficult task to narrow the roster,” said U.S. Women’s National Team coach Ricky Fried. “It’s not about picking the best 25 players, but rather the right 25 that will give us the best team next summer.”

The 2017 World Cup Training Team will compete in Florida next January at the Team USA Spring Premiere. Following the event, the final 18 players plus two alternates will be selected to represent the U.S. as the team goes for a third consecutive and eighth overall world title.

The 2017 World Cup Training Team roster follows:


Boston Storm and Team USA Attacker, Danielle Eltrasco

Boston Storm and Team USA attacker, Danielle Etrasco

Alex Aust, Maryland, 2013
Danielle Etrasco, Boston University, 2013
Cortney Fortunato, Notre Dame, 2017
Brooke Griffin, Maryland, 2015
Alyssa Murray, Syracuse, 2014
Kylie Ohlmiller, Stony Brook, 2018
Kayla Treanor, Syracuse, 2016
Michelle Tumolo, Syracuse, 2013


Sarah Bullard, Duke, 2011
Allyson Carey, Vanderbilt, 2012
Taylor Cummings, Maryland, 2016
Shannon Gilroy, Florida, 2015
Marie McCool, North Carolina, 2018
Kelly Rabil, James Madison, 2007
Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland, 2013
Laura Zimmerman, North Carolina, 2012


Rebecca Block, Syracuse, 2009
Kristen Carr, North Carolina, 2010
Megan Douty, Maryland, 2015
Alice Mercer, Maryland, 2016
Jennifer Russell, North Carolina, 2010
Courtney Waite, North Carolina, 2015


Goalie, Liz Hogan

Goalie, Liz Hogan

Liz Hogan, Syracuse, 2011
Gussie Johns, USC, 2018
Devon Wills, Dartmouth, 2006


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