2013 Women's Lacrosse World Cup

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2013 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup
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Women's Lacrosse World Cup
Tournament details
Host country  Canada
Dates 10 - 19 July
Teams 19
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  United States (7th title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Canada
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  Australia
Fourth place  England
Scoring leader(s) Katrina Dowd (26)
2009
2017

The 2013 Women's Lacrosse World Cup, the ninth World Cup played, is the preeminent international women's lacrosse tournament. The tournament was held at the Civic Recreation Complex in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada from July 10 through July 20, 2013.

Sponsoring organizations[edit]

The event was sponsored by the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) and the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The tournament was first held in 1982 and has been held quadrennially on odd years since 1989.

Teams[edit]

Nineteen teams, the most ever, competed in the 2013 World Cup tournament. New entries included Finland, Hong Kong, Israel, South Korea, and Latvia. The Czech Republic and Denmark did not return from the 2009 World Cup.

Championship[edit]

Following Pool play, teams were seeded into a Championship Bracket of 12 teams and a Diamond Consolation Bracket of 7 teams. The Championship Bracket consisted of the teams in Pool A, the top 2 teams in Pools B, C and D and the next highest ranked team. The seven remaining teams were placed in the Diamond Consolation Bracket and re-seeded into two new pools, X and Y, based on rankings and teams previously played in the pool play.

The United States team dominated pool and bracket play, ending the tournament with a perfect 7-0 record. USA faced Canada in the gold medal game and won with a final score of 19-5 to earn its seventh world title. Australia and England faced each other in the bronze medal game, with Australia defeating England 12-6.

Pool Play[edit]

Teams are divided into four pools, A-D. Pool play games will be played on July 11 through 16.

WPct. = Winning Percentage, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, PPG= Points per Game

  Team earned an automatic quarterfinal berth in the Championship Bracket
  Team earned a berth in the Championship Bracket
  Team advanced to Diamond Consolation Bracket

Pool A[edit]

All 5 teams guaranteed a berth into Championship Bracket, Top 4 receive Bye to Quarterfinal.

Team Wins Losses Points WPct. GF GA Assists PPG
United States United States 4 0 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Canada Canada 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Australia Australia 2 2 0 0.0 0 0 - -
England England 1 3 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Wales Wales 0 4 0 0.0 0 0 - -

Pool B[edit]

Top 2 teams advance to Championship Bracket, 3rd place eligible based on record.

Team Wins Losses Points WPct. GF GA Assists PPG
New Zealand New Zealand 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Republic of Ireland Ireland 3 2 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Netherlands Netherlands 2 3 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Finland Finland 2 3 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Latvia Latvia 0 5 0 0.0 0 0 - -

Pool C[edit]

Top 2 teams advance to Championship Bracket, 3rd place eligible based on record. Austria advances as best pf the 3rd place teams.

Team Wins Losses Points WPct. GF GA Assists PPG
Japan Japan 5 0 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Iroquois Haudenosaunee 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Austria Austria 3 2 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Hong Kong Hong Kong 1 4 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Sweden Sweden 0 5 0 0.0 0 0 - -

Pool D[edit]

Top 2 teams advance to Championship Bracket, 3rd place eligible based on record.

Team Wins Losses Points WPct. GF GA Assists PPG
Israel Israel 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Scotland Scotland 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 - -
Germany Germany 2 3 0 0.0 0 0 - -
South Korea Korea 1 4 0 0.0 0 0 - -

Diamond Consolation Bracket[edit]

Pool X: 13th-15th Place

17 July:
  • Netherlands Netherlands 11–10 Finland Finland
18 July:
  • Germany Germany 18–3 Finland Finland
19 July:
  • Germany Germany 21–2 Netherlands Netherlands

Germany progresses to 12th place play-off game. Finland relegated to 15th place play-off game.

Pool Y: 16th-19th Place

17 July:
  • South Korea South Korea 23–7 Sweden Sweden
  • Latvia Latvia 12–11 Hong Kong Hong Kong
18 July:
  • South Korea South Korea 23–7 Hong Kong Hong Kong
  • Latvia Latvia 10–6 Sweden Sweden
19 July:
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong 15–5 Sweden Sweden
  • South Korea South Korea 7–5 Latvia Latvia

South Korea progresses to 15th place play-off game.

Championship Bracket[edit]

Round 1 (17 July)

  • (8) Haudenosaunee Iroquois 19–3 Republic of Ireland Ireland (9)
  • (5) Wales Wales 21–0 Austria Austria (12)
  • (11) Scotland Scotland 13–12 Japan Japan (6)
  • (10) Israel Israel 12–9 New Zealand New Zealand (7)

Quarterfinals (18 July)

  • (1) United States United States 20–1 Iroquois Haudenosaunee (8)
  • (4) England England 10–0 Wales Wales (5)
  • (3) Australia Australia 26–2 Scotland Scotland (11)
  • (2) Canada Canada 17–5 Israel Israel (10)

Semi-finals

1st-4th Place (19 July):
  • (1) United States United States 21–8 England England (4)
  • (2) Canada Canada 11–7 Australia Australia (3)
5th-8th Place (19 July):
  • (5) Wales Wales 15–14 Iroquois Haudenosaunee (8)
  • (11) Scotland Scotland 9–7 Israel Israel (10)
9th-12th Place (18 July):
  • (9) Ireland Republic of Ireland 10–4 Austria Austria (12)
  • (6) Japan Japan 23–4 New Zealand New Zealand (7)

Finals[edit]

15th Place Match (19 July):
  • South Korea South Korea 7–5 Finland Finland
12th Place Match (20 July):
  • Germany Germany 14–6 Austria Austria (12)
11th Place Match (19 July):
  • (7) New Zealand New Zealand 20–5 Austria Austria (12)
9th Place Match (20 July):
  • (6) Japan Japan 25–4 Republic of Ireland Ireland (9)
7th Place Match (20 July):
  • (8) Haudenosaunee Iroquois 1–0* Israel Israel (10) (Israel forfeited.)
5th Place Match (20 July):
  • (5) Wales Wales 8–4 Scotland Scotland (11)
Bronze Medal Match (20 July):
  • (3) Australia Australia 12–6 England England (4)
Gold Medal Match (20 July):
  • (1) United States United States 19–5 Canada Canada (2)
Gold Medal Final
Team 1st Half 2nd Half Final Score
USA 14 5 19
CAN 2 3 5

Final Rankings[edit]

2013 World Cup Final Rankings
Rank Country 2009 WC Rank Change
1 United States United States 1
2 Canada Canada 3 Increase
3 Australia Australia 2 Decrease
4 England England 4
5 Wales Wales 6 Increase
6 Scotland Scotland 8 Increase
7 Iroquois Haudenosaunee 11 Increase
8 Israel Israel did not play
9 Japan Japan 7 Decrease
10 Republic of Ireland Ireland 5 Decrease
11 New Zealand New Zealand 12 Increase
12 Germany Germany 10 Decrease
13 Austria Austria 14 Increase
14 Netherlands Netherlands 13 Decrease
15 South Korea South Korea 16 Increase
16 Finland Finland did not play
17 Latvia Latvia did not play
18 Hong Kong Hong Kong did not play
19 Sweden Sweden did not play
did not play Czech Republic Czech Republic 9
did not play Denmark Denmark 15

All-World Team[edit]

Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.

No. Position Player Nation
1 Midfielder Albrecht, SarahSarah Albrecht      United States
2 Attack Dobbie, DanaDana Dobbie      Canada
3 Attack Dowd, KatrinaKatrina Dowd      United States
4 Defender Falcone, AmberAmber Falcone      United States
5 Defender Guy, KatieKatie Guy      Canada
6 Midfielder Merrifield, LauraLaura Merrifield      England
7 Midfielder Morlang Sullivan, StaceyStacey Morlang Sullivan      Australia
8 Attack Munday, LindseyLindsey Munday      United States
9 Midfielder Nielsen, HannahHannah Nielsen      Australia
10 Attack Rowan, KatieKatie Rowan      United States
11 Defender Wickens, AliciaAlicia Wickens      Australia
12 Goalkeeper Wills, DevonDevon Wills      United States

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