Tony Cordani, Jon Ochsner, Randy Milou and Keith Glock will represent the United States in the Blue Division during the 2018 FIL Men's World Championship in Netanya, Israel.

SPARKS, Md. — Twenty individuals from the United States have been selected to serve in an officiating capacity at the 2018 Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s World Championship from July 12-21 in Netanya, Israel. A record 48 nations are scheduled to compete at the world championship.

Seventeen people will serve as on-field officials and three will serve as assessors at the world championship, which is held every four years. Among the group are four officials officials that also worked the 2014 FIL World Championship in Denver. Michael Cross, Kevin Forrester, Keith Glock and JT Noll worked as on-field officials in 2014 and Spike Decker was the deputy referee-in-chief at the Denver event.

The 20 individuals involved in this year’s world championship represent 12 states.

"We’re proud and excited to have such a great group of officials representing our country at the world championship," said Ann Carpenetti, vice president of operations for US Lacrosse. "We appreciate their commitment and for working with officials from around the world to help our sport grow and prosper."

Assessors
Jim Carboneau – Holliston, Mass.
Skip Cooper – Thompson Station, Tenn.
Spike Decker – Rodman, N.Y.

Officials – Blue Division
Tony Cordani – Douglas, Mass.
Keith Glock – Lawrenceville, N.J.
Randy Milou – Springfield, Mass.
Jon Ochsner – Atlanta, Ga.

Officials – Other Divisions
Michael Cross – Charlottesville, Va.
Matt Davis – Grasonville, Md.
Bill Doherty – Mansfield, Mass.
Dan Dlugozima – Charlotte, N.C.
Kevin Forrester – Arnold, Md.
Tim Genecco – Charlestown, Mass.
Rob Gross – Buffalo, N.Y.
Dale Hall – Athens, Ga.
Steve Luxion – Diamondhead, Miss.
Dave Malmquist – Colorado Springs, Colo.
Jay McCracken – San Antonio, Texas
JT Noll – Harrisburg, Pa.
Nick Schmitt – Hamburg, N.Y.

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