Towson, MD – The Canadian Women’s National Team battled for the full sixty minutes, but was unable to best the USA in the gold medal game of the 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s World Championship on July 9.

The second place finish matched Canada’s best results in 2013 and 2017. Erica Evans scored four goals, and Madalyn Baxter had two.

Canada had three players named to the All-World team—Aurora Cordingley, Dana Dobbie, and Kaylin Morissette. Cordingley tied for Canada’s lead with 26 points (14g, 12a). Dobbie, who also received the Wes Patterson Award, had 13 goals and 13 draw controls and Morrissette led the tournament with 58 draw controls. Dobbie was a repeat selection, making the All-World team in 2017 as well.

Erica Evans led the team with 24 goals, followed by Aurora Cordingley’s 14. Both had 26 points. Madalyn Baxter had 10 ground balls.

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201383BoissonneaultEmily PPP
201387MorissetteKay PPP
201388SuttonLydia PPP
201790ChevarieBianca  PP
201792EvansErica  PP
201795JimersonAllie   PP
201796KinnaMegan  PP
2017100ShanahanBreanna  PP
2022104BaxterMaddy   P
2022105ChildAnnabel   P
2022106CordinglyAurora   P
2022107EckertCassidy   P
2022108HalsallKameron   P
2022109McNaughtonJillian   P
2022110MorrisHannah   P
2022111PerroniNicole   P
2022112Walker-WelchBrooklyn   P
2022113HoggBryar   A
2022114WilsonRaegan   A

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