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Sweden Lacrosse Roster – 2018 FIL Championships UPDATED

In preparation for the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship in Netanya, Israel, Sweden Lacrosse has released their roster for the historic event.

Like many of their National Team counterparts, Sweden Lacrosse has officially released their 27-man roster for the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship in Netanya, Israel. While only 23 athletes will make the final cut, the other 4 will serve as alternates in case of injuries and complications.

World competitions are nothing new for the Swedish program. Sweden placed 11 out of 38 in Denver’s 2014 games, their 4th event, and as high as 9th in Australia’s hosting of the 2002 championships. They will focus on fighting their way back to the top of European lacrosse, after slipping from 3rd in 2012 to 13th in the 2016 Euros. With an ever-growing pool of homegrown athletes venturing into NCAA programs, Sweden is poised for a finish in the top third of the world.

(Check out the FULL list of FIL rosters HERE.)

Sweden Lacrosse 2016 European Lacrosse Championships Budapest, Hungary Photo: Oskar Polak
Photo: Oskar Polak

Sweden Lacrosse Roster

Attack

  • Alex Edena – Nordia
  • Sanny Falk – Sundbyberg
  • Dylan Mack – Team 91
  • Leif Paulson – Cornell/Nordia
  • Kevin Powers – Dominican/Seattle LC
Sweden Lacrosse 2016 European Lacrosse Championships Budapest, Hungary Photo: Oskar Polak
Photo: Oskar Polak

Midfield

  • Jimmy Carlsten – Nordia
  • Mattias Eklund – Göteborg
  • Griffn Gustavsson – Wesleyan
  • Marcus Lind – Linköping & NorrKöping
  • Harrison Mack – Penn
  • Luke McCallion – Vermont
  • Jonathan Quigley – Nordia
  • Jonatan Skotte – STiL
  • Henrik Thunberg – Linköping Griffins
  • Philip Wang – Nordia

Defense

  • Rickard Forsberg -STiL
  • Rasmus Höglund – Nordia
  • Victor Lundberg – Linköping
  • Dickson Smith – University of Virginia
  • Eric Smith – Michigan
  • Anton Johansson – Sundbyberg
  • Peter Söderström – Farsta
  • Bryce Wallgard – Aurora
  • Jimmy Zakriksson – Nordia

Israel Lacrosse vs Sweden 2014 World Lacrosse Championship

Goalies

  • Christopher Wall – Nordia
  • Richard Zeidlitz – Sundbyberg

Staff

  • Rolle Björck – Head Coach
  • Alex Majd – Assistant Coach
  • Jonathon Andreassen – Goalie Coach
  • Rebecka Lind – Head Manager
  • Louise Ljungström – Assistant Manager
  • Camilia Fjeld – Physio
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