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Following the U.S. Men’s National Team Blue-White game at Champion Challenge, a US Lacrosse event, Team USA has partnered with The Lacrosse Network on an all-access series entitled “Road to the Rockies: Making Team USA.” The four-part series begins on Sunday, Feb. 2 and culminates on Wednesday, Feb. 5 with the announcement of the team’s 30-man roster for the FIL World Championship, July 10-19 in Denver.
The Lacrosse Network was granted an exclusive all-access pass to Team USA throughout the Champion Challenge weekend, capturing every detail of the team’s final evaluation weekend. The series documents the latest step in the team’s journey to Denver, as 50 of the nation’s best players make their final case to represent the red, white and blue this summer.
In the series’ fourth and final episode, head coach Richie Meade and staff will reveal the 30-man squad that will continue on the Road to the Rockies to defend Team USA’s gold medal earned with a 12-10 victory over Canada at the 2010 FIL World Championship in Manchester, England.
All episodes will be available on USLacrosse.org and YouTube.com/TLN
#USAMLAX All-Access "Road to the Rockies" Series on @LacrosseNetwork Feb. 2-5 http://t.co/vKnEvwmsOm pic.twitter.com/bRLbmef1qt— US Lacrosse (@USLacrosse) January 31, 2014
#USAMLAX All-Access "Road to the Rockies" Series on @LacrosseNetwork Feb. 2-5 http://t.co/vKnEvwmsOm pic.twitter.com/bRLbmef1qt
Use #USAMLAX to discuss the series, make your picks and show your support for your favorite Team USA hopefuls. Watch every episode at YouTube.com/TLN.
For more information on tickets to watch Team USA defend its world title against 38 other nations at the 2014 FIL World Championship in Denver, visit WorldLacrosse2014.com.
Photo Credit: John Strohsacker
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