Men's Lacrosse

2014 FIL World Championship Review

July 21, 2014

FIL World Championship HQ

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. - Team Canada's 8-5 win over the United States on Saturday night capped an eventful 10 days for current and former University of Denver men's lacrosse players and staff at the 2014 FIL World Championships at Dicks Sporting Goods Park.

DU associate head coach Matt Brown, former Pioneers Jeremy Noble, Cameron Flint, Dillon Roy, Mark Matthews and Geoff Snider and senior Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.) were all a part of the gold-winning squad.

2014 Inside Lacrosse Freshman of the Year Zach Miller (Steamburg, N.Y.) played with future Pioneer midfielder Brendan Bomberry (Vaughan, Ontario) and the Iroquois Nationals, earning the bronze medal at the event, the squad's top finish. Former Pioneer Andrew Lay also competed in the tournament, representing Team Japan in the competition.

DU assistant coach Dylan Sheridan was the head coach for Team Thailand in the first FIL World Championships for the country. Thailand picked up wins over Colombia (12-3), China (14-10), France (14-4) and Spain (12-6) en route to a 29th-place finish at the competition. Sheridan earned the Spirit of Lacrosse Award from the FIL for his efforts in guiding Team Thailand in their FIL debut.

Head coach Bill Tierney won the Masters Division (60+) with the Cloudsplitters on Saturday as well. View the 9News feature on Coach Tierney here.

Pioneer Vision Team Canada Interviews

One-on-One with Cam Flint

One-on-One with Mark Matthews

One-on-One with Jeremy Noble

One-on-One with Geoff Snider

One-on-One with Dillon Roy

One-on-One with Wes Berg


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