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From press release
Several standouts from the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate region have made the cut as the Israel Lacrosse Association has announced its 38-player roster for the Israel women’s national team which will compete at the 2015 FIL Women’s U-19 World Cup and International Festival of Lacrosse, held in Edinburgh, Scotland, from July 23-Aug. 1.
Israel’s roster is composed of both Israeli players, as well as members of the Jewish diaspora, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL).
The roster was selected after a series of tryouts at Voldenberg Field in Ashkelon, as well as formal evaluations held in conjunction with the Israel U-19 Winter Developmental Program.
“Our staff has been working around the clock to recruit and prepare our first-ever U-19 national team,” said Israel head coach Hannah Deoul, a native of Baltimore who made Aliyah to Ashkelon in October of 2014. “We could not be more excited and confident with the energetic, hard working group we have assembled.”
In conjunction with the Israel Lacrosse Tzedakah Program, each player will be competing in honor of a charity of their choosing. A portion of the national team’s general fundraising efforts has been committed to each charity.
|1||D||Nikol Baglay||Ashkelon, Israel||Knafayim Shel Krembo|
|2||F||Rotem Ben Zino||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|3||F||Alison Koff||Denver, CO||Sticks For Kids|
|4||M||Nastia Pyankov||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|5||F||Orly Yehuda||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|6||F||Noga Garin||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|7||D||Maor Malrah||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|8||D||Talya Ozeri||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|9||M||Molly Covarrubias||Framingham, MA||Friends of IDF|
|10||M||Shilat Ohayon||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|11||F||Alex Ginsberg||New York, NY||Special Olympics Israel|
|12||D||Rotem Gozlan||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|13||G||Gal Peretz||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|14||M||Mikaella Rutenberg||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|15||M||Julie Wise||London, England||Etgarim|
|16||F/M||Rachel Becker||Cherry Hill, NJ||Moadonit Smadar|
|17||F||Talia Ben Shetareet||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|18||F||Serenah Cale||Arad, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|19||F||Chasia Warshow||Naperville, IL||Jewish National Fund|
|20||D||Genna Portner||Ellicott City, MD||Sharsheret|
|21||G||Rebecca Wilen||Mount Laurel, NJ||Project Lev|
|22||M||Gabriella Cheban||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|23||D||Tahlee Yichye||Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel||Rockets Into Roses|
|24||M||Anna Ilnitzki||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|25||F/M||Gina Salemi||Novi, MI||URJ 6 Points Sports Academy Scholarship Fund|
|26||F||Natalie Lowenstein||Huntington Beach, CA||Save a Child’s Heart|
|27||D||Jenna Baverman||Baltimore, MD||Sharsheret|
|28||F||Charly Walter||Bethesda, MD||Makif Heh School|
|29||F||Sivan Gvili||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|30||D||Matty Novick||New Canaan, CT||Beit Canada Absorption Center|
|31||D||Ilana Sunshine||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|32||D||Sabina Skolnick||Mission Hills, KS||Midwest Center for Holocaust Education|
|33||G||Alex Freedman||Villanova, PA||Friends of the IDF|
|34||F||Shiran Malrah||Ashkelon, Israel||Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership|
|35||F||Drew Reno||Cross River, NY||Westchester Hadassah|
|36||D||Lilly Pollak||Owings Mills, MD||Friends of the IDF|
|37||M||Sami Hirsch||Commack, NY||Sticks for Kids|
|38||M||Emma Novick||New Canaan, CT||Technion|
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