The US National Team Goes Unbeaten in The Group Stage.
Team USA will advance into the next stage of the World Games in Netanya
, Israel. After all four group games, the US was unable to be beat. The team is also leading the tournament in goals scored among all 14 groups with 65.
The US National team started off their campaign against the Iroquois Nationals and won 17:9. The second game was against a weak Australian side, the US dominated the game and coasted by with a staggering 19:1 win. Following their biggest win, the US side faced their toughest game in the group against Canada which lead to a dramatic game winning goal by legend Paul Rabil
with a little over a minute left to seal the deal. Their last game was another blowout against Scotland 18:2.
So far the US has played extremely well, showing they are a force to be reckoned with. The team has scored a tournament high of 65 goals with almost a quarter of those goals coming from Ryan Brown of the MLL's Charlotte Hounds
. 16 goals scored so far in the tournament. 6 of those against Scotland, Brown is averaging close to 5 goals a game.
STX and Warrior Support Team USA
The United States team has been decked out in gear from top manufacturers Warrior
. The lacrosse giants have the team to looking as good as they are playing with custom gloves, pads and helmets. Most of the team can be seen wearing STX's red and white themed arm guards and elbow pads. Some of the players also sport the Warrior pads as well. The Warrior gloves are also special made to have blue and white stars on the fingers and red and white stripes coming from the thumb. STX specifically designed their Rival helmet which is covered in red white and blue accents.
The US National team looks like it will continue to dominant the World Games in the coming rounds. With a history of winning, the US will shoot for their 10th win in the last 13 World Games. ESPN
will air most of the games so be sure to tune in for the US games coming up. Also check out all the Warrior and STX gear the pro's are using at Universallacrosse.com.