Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Wednesday, Dec. 1

Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1. The U.S. U21 Men’s national team named its 23-man world championship roster.

Nick Myers and his coaching staff have spent the better part of three years preparing to bring the U21 team to Limerick, Ireland for the U21 world championship in August of 2022, and now the roster is official.

The final 23 players represent 14 different colleges and come from high schools in 10 different states. The next event for the team will be a training weekend at USA Lacrosse headquarters in June.

Click here for the full roster.

2. #BestofLax has arrived, and we’re rolling out categories starting today.

We’re excited to honor the best people, games and moments this sport had to offer in 2021, and you get the chance to vote. Head to @usalacrossemag on Twitter to cast your vote throughout the month of December.

Click here for the list of categories.

3. Jeff Teat signs with Warrior.

The PLL Rookie of the Year and current member of the New York Riptide is one of the top young talents in lacrosse and now signs his biggest endorsement deal thus far.



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