US Indoor Lacrosse Announces Roster for 2022 World Juniors

CHARLOTTE, NC — US Indoor Lacrosse (USIL) is honored to announce the players selected to represent the United States at the 2022 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship, August 8-14, 2022 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

The United States roster is highlighted by three (3) returning players from the 2019 IIJl World Junior Lacrosse Championship that took place in Mississauga, Ontario; Goalie Cam Pilon, and Transition players Karsten Nyarady and Parker Masters

Solomon Hess
Brewster, NY
Parker Masters
Powell, OH
Cooper DeMallie
Ridgewood, NJ
Karsten Nyarady
Westfield, MA
Jack Schirtzer
Mount Sinai, NY
Cam Pilon
Deep River, CT
Russell Maher
Mount Sinai, NY
Kyle Morrison
Croton on Hudson, NY
Carson Eggebraten
Cary, IL
Tate Watts
Crestwood, KY
Brian Russell
Malverne, NY
Andrew Williams
North Oaks, MN
Carson Forney
Warrenville, IL
Tanner Soudan
Fairport, NY
Ian Geesaman
Phoenix, MD
Jack Savarese
Wilton, CT
Jason Piechota
South Salem, NY
Caden Padelford
Niskayuna, NY
William Dempsey
East Syracuse, NY
Nate Senez
Efland, NC
Jackson Carawan
Columbus, OH
Spencer Vandenberg
Glenview, IL
Aiden Groves
Bear, DE

In 2019 the United States finished third, winning the bronze medal over Israel in a 13-12 overtime thriller. Fresh off of a silver medal at the 2021 IIJL World U17 Lacrosse Championship, the United States junior roster will look to replicate their U17 success a push for a Gold Medal. 

The 2022 IIJL World Junior Lacrosse Championship roster for the United States is the most geographically diverse line-up that US Indoor Lacrosse has assembled with players hailing from eleven (11) different States. For list complete with player details and information, visit the United States roster page here (click). 

As a company for the sport of lacrosse in the United States, US Indoor Lacrosse is an organization that promotes the culture of indoor lacrosse by creating opportunities for lacrosse players, teams, coaches and referees of all backgrounds to participate and advance in the sport, through national and international events, clubs, and education.  The US Indoor Lacrosse community is comprised of lacrosse players from the youth to the Junior level, as well as coaches, referees and volunteers. US Indoor Lacrosse is responsible for selecting and training teams that compete in all International Indoor Junior Lacrosse (IIJL) including the IIJL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships.  US Indoor Lacrosse strives to serve the sport through its core objectives: Build the base, Promote the sport, Achieve competitive success.