Top 5 Plays from Spring Premiere


When some of the best players in the world converged on San Antonio for Spring Premiere, fans knew they'd be treated to more than a few awe-inducing plays. The U.S. Senior and U19 teams showed out in wins over Japan and Team Premier, in addition to a Blue-White exhibition. Check out the top plays from the weekend.




What a play for Matt Kavanagh. The U.S. U19 alum and Senior team hopeful gave us the highlight of the tournament from X. Check out his spinning maneuver that sent a Japanese defenseman into the goal.




Connor Buczek brings his box skill to the field game. Buczek, a 2019 U.S. Indoor national team bronze medalist, joined Team USA again at Spring Premiere. His mid-air finish in front of the crease looked like that of a box goal.



Brennan O’Neill can fly. The most hyped lacrosse recruit in some time flashed his skills with the U.S. U19 training team at Spring Premiere. This time, he went right at the cage for a diving finish.



 Matt Dunn isn't ordinarily a guy that fans will see scoring a goal in a highlight, but when opportunity knocks, he takes advantage. This pole goal got the fans at Incarnate Word excited for the rest of the game.




Little Kavanagh is looking a lot like his older brother. Pat Kavanagh, a U.S. U19 training team member, has a knack for attacking the cage. Here, he uses his stick to evade a Japanese defender and score in front.

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