USA Lacrosse Announces Men's, Women's Rosters for Super Sixes Event

Ryan Conrad (left) and Madison Doucette (right) will compete in October's Super Sixes event hosted by USA Lacrosse.

SPARKS, Md. — USA Lacrosse has named the rosters for the men’s and women’s teams that will compete against Canada and the Iroquois Nationals during the World Lacrosse Super Sixes event on Oct. 23-24 at USA Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md.

Sixes is a fast-paced version of the sport played on a smaller field (70 x 36 meters), with fewer players (6-v-6), a condensed game length (four 8-minute quarters) and a 30-second shot clock. This will be the first international competition for the U.S. teams using this new format.

World Lacrosse will continue to use the traditional field game for its world championships, including the 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s World Championship, which will be hosted by USA Lacrosse at Towson University next summer. However, Sixes will be the format used for some designated events, including The World Games, a multi-sport Olympic-style event, in Birmingham, Ala., next summer. 

The World Games were first held in 1981 and feature more than 30 sports and 3,000 athletes competing from around the world in sports not included in the Olympics. The U.S. women won the inaugural lacrosse competition in Poland in 2017, when the event was played under a modified version of the traditional field game. This will be the first time that men’s lacrosse will be included in The World Games and both men’s and women’s lacrosse will use the Sixes discipline.

Here’s the rundown of 12 games scheduled for the weekend. All times Eastern:


12 p.m.: (W) CANADA v IROQUOIS
1:15 p.m.: (M) CANADA v IROQUOIS 
2:30 p.m.: (W) USA v CANADA 
3:45 p.m.: (M) USA v CANADA
5 p.m.: (W) USA v IROQUOIS 
6:15 p.m.: (M) USA v IROQUOIS


8:15 a.m.: (W) USA v IROQUOIS
9:30 a.m.: (M) USA v IROQUOIS
10:45 a.m.: (W) CANADA v IROQUOIS
12 p.m.: (M) CANADA v IROQUOIS
1:15 p.m.: (W) USA v CANADA
2:30 p.m.: (M) USA v CANADA

Tickets are available to USA Lacrosse members for $15 daily or $25 for a weekend pass. Non-members can purchase tickets for $20 daily or $35 for a weekend pass. Group tickets (15 or more) are also available for $10 daily or $15 for the weekend.


Members: Saturday, Oct. 23 | Sunday, Oct. 24 | Weekend
Non-Members: Saturday, Oct. 23 | Sunday, Oct. 24 | Weekend
Group: Saturday, Oct. 23 | Sunday, Oct. 24 | Weekend

Here are the U.S. players that will participate in the Super Sixes event:




Justin Anderson

North Carolina '21

Matt Brandau

Yale '22

Dan Bucaro

Georgetown '19

Liam Byrnes

Marquette '16

Ryan Conrad

Virginia '19

John Crawley

Johns Hopkins '17 

Ryan Drenner

Towson '17

Ryder Garnsey

Notre Dame '19

Adam Ghitelman

Virginia '11

Mark Glicini

Yale '16

Zach Goodrich

Towson '19

Justin Guterding

Duke '18

Jack Kelly

Brown '16

Connor Kirst

Villanova '20/Rutgers (grad)

Patrick Resch

Dartmouth '15

Brad Smith

Duke '19

Brian Tevlin

Yale '21

Ryan Tierney

Hofstra '21




Madison Ahern

Notre Dame '23

Kasey Choma

Notre Dame '23

Marge Donovan

Princeton '22

Madison Doucette

Northwestern '22

Bri Gross

Vanderbilt '22

Rachel Hall

Boston College '22

Kelsey Huff

USC '21

Ellie Masera

Stony Brook '24

Lindsey McKone

 Northwestern '20

Amy Moreau

UMass '22

Paige Petty

Virginia Tech '21/Pitt (grad)

Izzy Scane

Northwestern '22

Kyla Sears

Princeton '22

Belle Smith

Boston College '24

Sam Swart

Syracuse '21

Emma Tyrrell

Syracuse '23

Meaghan Tyrell

Syracuse '22

Emma Ward

Syracuse '24

Caitlyn Wurzburger

North Carolina '24

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