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Watch New Episodes of "Road to the Rockies: Making Team USA"

July 10, 2014    10832 Views

By Lane Errington | @lane_errington

Road to the Rockies: Making Team USA

US Lacrosse, in partnership with The Lacrosse Network, has released four new episodes of the “Road to the Rockies: Making Team USA” series, presented by Marriott. Chronicling the team’s journey to Denver to defend gold at the FIL World Championship, July 10-19 in Denver (tickets), the exclusive 12-part web series provides a behind-the-scenes look at the sights and sounds of what it’s like to play for Team USA.

Part one of the series captured the team’s January training weekend and Blue-White exhibition at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla., and culminated with the 30-man roster announcement, live on YouTube.

Part two rejoins the team as they meet for training camp in Connecticut and Massachusetts, leading up to the MLL All-Star Game and subsequent 23-man final roster announcement.

Get an inside look at the MLL All-Star Game, in which Team USA defeated Team MLL 10-9 on a late Rob Pannell goal.

Faceoff man Greg Gurenlian with a patriotic look at what it means to put on the red, white and blue.

Team USA players give their take on the U.S.-Canada rivalry, billed as perhaps the top rivalry in the sport, ahead of Thursday’s World Championship opening game at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

Watch “Road to the Rockies” content on, and tune in Thursday, July 10 as Team USA takes on Team Canada at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2 in the FIL World Championship opener.

Follow the team in Denver using #USAMLAX and watch every U.S. game on the ESPN networks.

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