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    Monday
    Jul162018

    No. 7 Israel Hands Philippines Lacrosse First Tourney Loss

    from press release

    NETANYA, Israel - Philippines lacrosse fell to No. 7 Israel, 11-8, on Monday, in its fourth game of the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships.

     

    “I am so impressed with our team,” head coach Kirk Ventiquattro said. “Our defense held a team who won all but two face-offs to just 11 goals while the offense, with very limited possessions, scored eight times. I am coaching the guys I want to go to battle with. I love this team and I love these guys. We will respond, no doubt about it.”

     

    James Schutt put together a hat trick in the loss. He now has 10 goals in the tournament. Mario Ventiquattro had two assists for a total of five over four games, to go with his 10 scores.

     

    "Eight days ago we were 23 guys who were just meeting for the first time,” Schutt said. “Today, we were a family. We play our hearts out. We proved to the world that Philippines lacrosse is here to stay and can compete with the best in the world.”

     

    Adrian Macalalad, Aldrin Pano, Justin Rodis and Artemio Sison III each chipped in with a goal. Matthew Speciale tallied one goal an one assist. He now has nine goals and nine assists.

     

    On Tuesday, Philippines will play No. 18 Italy at 11:45 a.m. IDT/4:45 a.m. ET. Fans can tune in live via ESPN+. The Italians fell to No. 10 Ireland, 15-7, on Monday.

     

    Fri., July 13: Philippines 11, No. 14 Czech Republic 6

    Sat., July 14: Philippines 11, No. 27 Belgium 4

    Sun., July 15: Philippines 11, No. 15 Switzerland 5

    Mon., July 16: No. 7 Israel 11, Philippines 8

     

    Joseph McKenna

    Friday: 2G

    Saturday: 1G

    Sunday: 1G

     

    James Schutt 

    Friday: 2G

    Saturday: 3G

    Sunday: 2G

    Monday: 3G

     

    Matthew Speciale

    Friday: 2G, 3A

    Saturday: 4G, 4A

    Sunday: 2G, 1A

    Monday: 1G, 1A

     

    Mario Ventiquattro

    Friday: 2G

    Saturday: 2G, 1A

    Sunday: 4G, 2A

    Monday: 2A

     

    Name    Position   School/Affiliation

    Alex Hurdle Defense/LSM   Notre Dame

    Justin Rodis Attack    Elmira College

    Mat Speciale Attack    Kean University

    Anthony Padua  Midfield   Binghamton Lacrosse Club

    Dan Morris   Goalie    Maryland

    Adrian Macalalad  Midfield   Oregon State

    11  JJ McKenna   Midfield   Stockton University

    12  Maruh Legaspi  Midfield   Manila LC

    14  Tim Chea   Defense   Louisville

    16  Justin Hussey   Defense/LSM   Lemoyne College

    17  Anjelo Austria  Midfield   Dartmouth College

    22  John Tornebene  Defense   UMBC

    23  Ray Medalla   Midfield   Fontbonne University

    24  Mario Ventiquattro  Attack    Ohio State

    26  James Schutt   Attack    St. John Fisher

    27  Don Japheth Teves Midfield   Silliman University LC

    30  Ram Gregory   Midfield   University of Makati LC

    42  Anntony Brown  Attack    North Florida

    44  Aldrin Pano   Defense   Manila LC

    50  Mio Sison  Midfield   Endicott College

    77  Max Rosner   Defense  Bowdoin College

    88  Chris Janelle   Midfield   Endicott College

    90  Jerico Hermoso  Defense   Footscray Australia

     

    Head Coach: Kirk Ventiquattro (Cortland/Carthage High School)

    Associate Head Coach: Tony Ventiquattro (UMass/Cortland/IMG/Rhino Lacrosse)

    Offensive Coordinator: Rob Cross (UMBC/Delaware/Harvard/Rutgers/Siena College)

    Defensive Coordinator: Ben Gaebel (Cortland/Clarkson College)

     

    The 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel will be the inaugural World Games for Philippines Lacrosse. We look forward to the opportunity to participate in our first FIL World Championship event as well as network with the international lacrosse community and represent the Philippines with honor and pride.

     

    Lacrosse was formally introduced to the Philippines upon meeting with representatives of the Philippine Sport Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee in September 2013. Introductory clinics were held at academic institutions and, from these inaugural clinics, the University of Makati Lacrosse Club, Manila Lacrosse Club and Silliman University Lacrosse Club were formed.

     

    Philippines Lacrosse Association (PLA) became an Associate Member of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) in February 2014. Five months later, the PLA participated in the 2014 World Lacrosse Festival at the FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, Colorado, USA, and was able to raise awareness of our mission to develop and grow lacrosse in the Philippines. Over the next four years, members of the Philippines Lacrosse Association participated in fundraising events and competitions to network and collect equipment donations needed to support growth and provide lacrosse clinics in the Philippines.

     

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