14 teams. 16 games. 1 memorable weekend.

The 2019 Fall Classic at US Lacrosse headquarters showcased the best of the sport — world-class competition, engaging role models, honored greats and an eye on the future.

Here’s a look back at a special weekend in Sparks, Md.

Friday, October 18

The U.S. women’s team opened the Fall Classic with a 16-4 victory over Canada, pulling away in a dominant second half performance. Kylie Ohlmiller scored four times and Taylor Cummings had eight draw controls and a pair of goals, including this smooth finish from Katrina Dowd.

The U.S. men’s team also turned things on late, scoring the final four goals of the game, including two in the last 37 seconds left to beat Canada 7-6. Will Manny tied things up with 37 seconds to play and faceoff specialist Joe Nardella scored the game-winner off a Manny feed with 19 seconds left.

Saturday, Oct. 19

The U.S. women wasted no time getting on track on Saturday morning against the reigning NCAA champions. The U.S. scored eight first-quarter goals and led 14-2 at halftime in an eventual 20-7 victory over Maryland. Ohlmiller scored four goals for the second straight game and Sam Apuzzo had four assists for the second game in a row as well.


Earlier in the day, Maryland knocked off Canada 12-8.

The U.S. men also took on the reigning NCAA champions and rode the hot goaltending of Jack Concannon and a late five-goal spurt to beat Virginia 11-6. Concannon made seven saves in the victory and several USA newcomers made their presence felt, including Jarrod Neumann.

In the nightcap, Ryan Lee scored six goals to help Canada overcome an 8-5 halftime hole against Virginia. Canada knocked off the Cavaliers 16-10.

Saturday evening ended with the enshrinement of nine greats into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

The women’s honorees included former Australia and Maryland star Sarah Forbes, record-setting Maryland coach Cathy Reese, Tewaaraton winning defender Rachael Becker DeCecco and former U.S. World Cup star Kara Ariza Cooke.

The men’s inductees were former Johns Hopkins star Charlie Coker, legendary Nassau CC coach Richard Speckmann, the late Cornell and Team USA goalie Paul Schimoler and former Princeton, MLL and Team USA teammates Matt Striebel and Ryan Boyle.

Sunday, Oct. 20

The USA Select teams wrapped up the inaugural year of the National Team Development Program by claiming the Brogden Cup with a sweep of Team Ontario.

Some highlights, Kylee Colbert finishing from Charlotte Hodgson in the USA Select U15 girls victory:

Alish Kelly with the BTB finish from Caitlin Dellecave in the USA Select U17 girls win:

Andrew Greenspan with the faceoff win, Zach White with the dish and McCabe Millon with the finish in the USA Select U15 boys triumph:

And finally, Remington Reynolds with one of his two longpole goals in the USA Select U17 boys’ team hard-fought 8-6 win over Team Ontario.

Following the Brogden Cup, the U.S. men's and women's national teams played their counterparts from Canada under the new trial rules developed by World Lacrosse to best position the sport for potential Olympic inclusion. It was the first international competition for the U.S. teams using the rules. The U.S. women downed Canada 16-7 and the Canada beat the U.S. men 23-18.