US Lacrosse Magazine’s All-Time U.S. U19 Women’s Team

U.S. U19 women's team standout Theresa Sherry sings the national anthem before a game in Perth, Australia. Pictured second from right, Acacia Walker, then the youngest player on the team.

This article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine.
The U.S. U19 women’s team reports to Evanston, Ill., for training camp this week at Northwestern and will compete Aug. 1-10 in the World Lacrosse Women’s U19 World Championship in Peterborough, Ontario.
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A dominant run in world lacrosse circles has been led by some amazing players, including 2011 Tewaaraton Award winner Shannon Smith and four future U.S. World Cup champions — Sarah Bullard, Ally Carey, Kayla Treanor and Acacia Walker.

Here’s a look at some of the top players that burst onto the national stage wearing red, white and blue for the U19 team.


Lindsey Ronbeck, 2015
Shannon Smith, 2007
Coco Stanwick, 2003
Kayla Treanor, 2011
Jacque Weitzel, 1995


Lauren Aumiller, 1999
Sarah Bullard, 2007
Ally Carey, 2007
Acacia Walker, 1999


Theresa Sherry, 1999
Barbara Sullivan, 2011


Kelsey Duryea, 2011

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