The US Lacrosse campus will be buzzing with activity this weekend with three national teams in town for training and games.

Following is a list of activities open to the public on Tierney Field:

Friday, Oct. 5

2:30 pm — Women’s National Team practice: This is the first time that new U.S. team head coach Jenny Levy will get to work with the team since being named as the head coach late in 2017. (Free of charge)

Saturday, Oct. 6

12 noon —Team USA men vs. Yale: The U.S. men’s squad, fresh off a world championship in Israel this past July, host the 2018 NCAA champions. John Danowski’s U.S. squad is led by world championship MVP Michael Ehrhardt and all-world attackman Ryan Brown. (Ticketed eventfree stream)

3 pm —Team USA women vs. James Madison: The U.S. women were last on the field in July 2017 when they swept the FIL World Cup and International World Games championships. Led by all-world selections Taylor Cummings, Megan Douty, Kayla Treanor and Michelle Tumolo, the U.S. squad takes on the reigning NCAA champs. (Ticketed eventfree stream)

7 pm —Team USA U19 women Blue-White exhibition: Head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller gets her first look at the 36-player U.S. training team in a Blue-White intra-squad exhibition. (Free of charge)

Sunday, Oct. 7

With the goal of best positioning lacrosse for Olympic program inclusion and more widespread international development, the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams will be trialing a fast-paced 6-on-6 version of the sport currently in development by the Federation of International Lacrosse. This new lacrosse discipline will be played on a condensed field and will feature four 8-minute quarters, a 45-second shot clock and draws/face-offs only at the start of quarters, along with other rule modifications.

10 am —Team USA men experimental scrimmage
1 pm — Team USA women’s experimental scrimmage

(Both games free of charge)

4 pm — Team USA U19 women vs. Navy: A weekend of practices will help get the U.S. U19 women ready to face their first outside competition — a Navy squad that has advanced to at least the NCAA quarterfinals the last two seasons. (Free of charge)