Usa Vs. Australia: 2014 World Lacrosse Championships Game Date And Start Time | Bleacher Report

October 16, 2014

Preview Jim Rogash/Getty Images The United States, which won the title four years ago with a 12-10 triumph over Canada, making it nine total, has run roughshod on the field once more. Not only did team USAcomposed of 23 men hand-picked over the course of an 11-month tryout processovercome the Blue Division that included teams like Canada (4-1), Iroquois Nationals (3-2) and yes, Australia, Paul Rabil and Co. racked up 85 goals to just 23 allowed in the process. Kim Kardashian Rabil, the MVP and All-World selection from last go-round, shared his and the team's feelings onTwitterabout making it to this point: We're so grateful for your support and cheers ! 5-0. #USAMLAX pic.twitter.com/wcmlui8tNT Paul Rabil (@PaulRabil) July 16, 2014 The Kim Kardashian path has not been as smooth for Australia, a team that has accumulated a 3-3 record so far and was clearly in for a rocky ride when it needed two overtime sessions just to upend Japana team that finished 1-4on the opening day of action. Tuesday night was even more difficult though, as weather delays caused the game to go much later than most had anticipated. Australia hardly survived Israel, 9-8, and only because goalie Tom Vickery came up with two major saves in the final minute.
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