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USA vs. Canada Women’s Lacrosse World Championship final: time, livestream, preview

2022 World women's Lacrosse championship

The World Lacrosse Women’s Championship is finally here as the deadly Covid-19 pandemic lasted its final breath during the start of this year. The 11th edition of the Women’s Lacrosse Championship was due to be played last year but was pushed back one year due to the pandemic. USA women’s lacrosse team will face against Canada Women’s for gold medal game in Towson, Maryland on Saturday, July 9 (7/892022) at 12 p.m. ET.

Here’s everything you need to know 2022 USA Vs. Canada Women’s Lacrosse final game, how to watch live stream, start time and where to watch.

USA Vs Canada Lacrosse final 2022

  • Date: Saturday, July 9, 2022
  • Time: 12:00 PM E.T
  • Where: Unitas Stadium, Towson, Maryland
  • TV Channel: ESPN2
  • Live Stream (anywhere): GamepassTV

And first up are the record 8 times world champions, the United States against their neighbors, Canada. The USA Women’s team is the most dominant team in the history of these games winning eight out of the ten tournaments being held to date. They will be looking to further stamp their authority and widen that gap as they prepare for 11 days of international lacrosse competition. Here is all you need to know about this battle between the fierce rivals.

How to watch USA vs Canada Women’s Lacrosse gold medal game

The USA vs Canada game will be broadcasted live on ESPN2. But if you don’t have time to sit on your couch and watch the game on the TV, you can still stream the game live free through fuboTV (USA only). But, if you are Lacrosse fans and staying out of the United States, then you can try Gamepass, you can watch not only USA vs Canada match, Click here to watch 2022 World Women’s Lacrosse games via live stream.

What To Expect from the Encounter:

The USA Women’s team are clear favorites heading into this game. And with the return of Becca Block, Taylor Cummings, Megan Douty, Marie McCool, Alice Mercer, and Kayla Treanor — the players who won the gold in 2017, team USA looks stronger than ever. It will be hard for the Canadian team to stop them.
While the Canadian team will have the services of Dana Dobbie who will be playing in her fourth world championship and has also represented her country in The World Games and the U19 world championship. The whole team will be looking up to her to bring out some magic if they are to topple a strong team like the USA.

US Women’s Lacrosse Team Roster:

No.  NamePosition  HometownCollege
2Liz HoganGVictor, N.Y.Syracuse ’11
4Marie McCoolMMoorestown, N.J.North Carolina ’18
6Emily ParrosMRutledge, Pa.North Carolina ’13
8Alice MercerDWoodbine, Md.Maryland ’16
10Charlotte NorthADallas, TexasBoston College ’21
12Kayla TreanorANiskayuna, N.Y.Syracuse ’16
16Sam ApuzzoAWest Babylon, N.Y.Boston College ’19
17Kylie OhlmillerAIslip, N.Y.Stony Brook ’18
18Dempsey ArsenaultMNew Hampton, N.H.Boston College ’19
19Emma TrenchardDWindsor, Conn.North Carolina ’21
21Taylor CummingsMEllicott City, Md.Maryland ’16
22Ally MastroianniMMartinsville, N.J.North Carolina ’21
23Molly HendrickALancaster, Pa.North Carolina ’17
25Lizzie ColsonMManchester, Md.Maryland ’21
29Megan DoutyDFair Haven, N.J.Maryland ’15
30Ally KennedyMNorth Babylon, N.Y.Stony Brook ’20
33Becca BlockDStratham, N.H.Syracuse ’13
43Caylee WatersGDarien, Conn.North Carolina ’17

Canada Women’s Roster:

1Kameron HalsallGCaledon, ONOrangeville NorthmenStony Brook University '22
3Eve HritzukASherwood Park, ABSherwood Park LacrosseNorthwestern University '23
4Madalyn BaxterMidWhitby, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsSyracuse University '24
5Aurora CordingleyAOakville, ONOakville Lady HawksJohns Hopkins University '21 / University of Maryland '22
6Kaylin MorissetteDClarington, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsUniversity of Louisville '16
7Brooklyn Walker-WelchMidCourtice, ONWhitby LacrosseUniversity of North Carolina '25
8Nicole PerroniMidWhitby, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsUniversity of Louisville '23
11Bryar HoggAOshawa, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsUniversity at Albany '24
12Megan KinnaMidMaple Ridge, BCTeam BCNorthwestern University '20
13Lydia SuttonDMinneapolis, MNMinnesota EliteUniversity of Southern California '18
14Brenna ShanahanDMississauga, ONMimico LacrosseUniversity of Louisville '20
15Emily BoissonneaultDBrooklin, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsUniversity of Detroit Mercy '12
16Jillian McNaughtonMidOshawa, ONOshawa Lady Blue KnightsJohns Hopkins University '26
21Bianca ChevarieMidBrantford, ONSix Nations LacrosseSyracuse University '23
24Alie JimersonIrving, NYLady RocSyracuse University '18
26Annabel ChildMidOakville, ONOakville Lady HawksHarvard University '25
27Dana DobbieAFergus, ONOrangeville NorthmenUniversity of Maryland '08
29Raegan Wilson MidMilton, ONOakville Lady HawksUniversity of Denver '24
33Erica EvansMidPeterborough, ONKawartha LacrosseCanisius College '18 / University of Maryland '19
35Cassidy EckertGBurlington, ONOakville Lady HawksUniversity of Oregon '24

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