National­mannschaft Damen — Team 2017

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  • Alena
    Alena Roth #15
    year 1990
    height 174
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2012
    pro­fes­sion med­ical student
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience
    hometown Hanover
  • Anna
    Anna Blank #17
    year 1988
    height 174
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2004
    pro­fes­sion cul­tural worker
    posi­tion mid­field
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2007
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2008
    World Cup 2009
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2012
    World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Antonia
    Anto­nia Garbe #38
    year 1994
    height 165
    club HTHC Ham­burg Warriors
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2010
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion attack
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2011
    home­town Hamburg
  • Bettina
    Bet­tina Wil­helm #18
    year 1980
    height 179
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2002
    pro­fes­sion sur­geon
    posi­tion attack
    inter­na­tional experience Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2008
    World Cup 2009
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Britta
    Britta Gold­en­stein #8
    year 1986
    height 170
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2002
    pro­fes­sion care assis­tant
    posi­tion goalie
    inter­na­tional experience Alter­nate Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2012
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Emily
    Emily Pat­ter­son #19
    year 1990
    height 167
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2006
    pro­fes­sion surety bro­ker
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience World Cup 2009
    World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Munich

  • Emma
    Emma Luise Mol­len­hauer #31
    year 2001
    height 164
    club HTHC Ham­burg Warriors
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2011
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion attack
    inter­na­tional experience U19 Prague Cup
    home­town Hamburg
  • Henrike
    Hen­rike Voigt #5
    year 1988
    height 170
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2005
    pro­fes­sion con­struc­tion engineer
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2012
    World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Insa
    Insa Kri­wall #7
    year 1995
    height 160
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2008
    pro­fes­sion Stu­dent
    posi­tion Attack
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2011
    U19 World Cup 2015
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Jaclyn
    Jaclyn Klaus #10
    year 1983
    height 165
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 1997
    pro­fes­sion global com­mu­ni­ca­tions officer
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships 2015
    home­town Fram­ing­ham, MA, USA
  • Jule
    Jule Neubauer #12
    year 1995
    height 168
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2012
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2015
    home­town Garbsen
  • Kim
    Kim Dressendör­fer #23
    year 1990
    height 178
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2013
    pro­fes­sion IT archi­tect
    posi­tion mid­field
    inter­na­tional experience Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Munich

  • Lena
    Lena Stede #21
    year 1995
    height 160
    club KKHT Schwarz-​Weiß Köln
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2012
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2015
    home­town Bonn
  • Lisa
    Lisa-​Franziska Neu­bert #2
    year 1989
    height 167
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2006
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion attack
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cham­pi­onship 2007
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2008
    World Cham­pi­onship 2009
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2012
    World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Lou
    Lou Bif­far #1
    year 1997
    height 173
    club UC Berke­ley Var­sity Team D1
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2007
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience
    home­town Palo Alto, Cal­i­for­nia, USA
  • Luisa
    Luisa Maria Beck #22
    year 1991
    height 170
    club ABV Stuttgart 1863 e.V.
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2009
    pro­fes­sion sports ther­a­pist
    posi­tion goal
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cup 2011
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Tübingen
  • Mareile
    Mareile Kri­wall #6
    year 1985
    height 160
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2005
    pro­fes­sion engi­neer
    posi­tion mid­field
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cham­pi­onship 2007
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2008
    World Cham­pi­onship 2009
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2012
    World Cup 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Tessa
    Tessa Helf #4
    year 1992
    height 181
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2010
    pro­fes­sion man­age­ment trainee reinsurance
    posi­tion mid­field
    inter­na­tional experience U19 World Cham­pi­onship 2011
    World Cham­pi­onship 2013
    Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    BUCS Cham­pion 2016 (Great Britain)
    home­town Essen

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  • Katharina
    Katha­rina Schroer #16
    year 1989
    height 163
    club ABV Stuttgart 1863 e.V.
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2010
    pro­fes­sion soft­ware engineer
    posi­tion attack
    inter­na­tional experience
    home­town Schwetzingen
  • Sonja
    Sonja Bouma #26
    year 1986
    height 168
    club HLC Rot-​Weiß München
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2011
    pro­fes­sion sports sci­en­tist
    posi­tion defense
    inter­na­tional experience Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Munich
  • Svea
    Svea Knapp #11
    year 1994
    height 163
    club HTHC Ham­burg Warriors
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2012
    pro­fes­sion dance teacher
    posi­tion mid­field
    inter­na­tional experience Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship 2015
    home­town Hamburg

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  • Head Coach Shelby
    Shelby Davis
    year 1991
    club -
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2004
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2016
    home­town Horse­heads, NY USA
  • Assistant Coach Lisa
    Lisa Schulte
    year 1983
    club VfL 05 Aachen Lacrosse
    play­ing Lacrosse since 1997
    pro­fes­sion teacher
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2002
    home­town Aachen
  • Assistant Coach Carl
    Carl Neu­bert
    year 1987
    club DHC Han­nover
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2007
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Assistant Coach Denise
    Denise Roessler
    year 1973
    club -
    play­ing Lacrosse since 1987
    pro­fes­sion Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Bryn Athyn College
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2016
    home­town Marl­ton, New Jer­sey USA

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  • General Manager Christopher
    Christo­pher Humke
    year 1987
    club ABV Stuttgart 1863 e.V.
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2006
    pro­fes­sion teacher
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2013
    home­town Stuttgart
  • Manager Assistant Alexander
    Alexan­der Frey
    year 1987
    club ABV Stuttgart 1863 e.V.
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2004
    pro­fes­sion ss
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2017
    home­town Stuttgart
  • Physiotherapist Pedram
    Pedram Mehdi Nourivaziri
    year 1980
    club -
    play­ing Lacrosse since -
    pro­fes­sion phys­io­ther­a­pist
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2015
    home­town Hanover
  • Public Relations Cynthia
    Cyn­thia Wolter
    year 1993
    club n/​a
    play­ing Lacrosse since 2014
    pro­fes­sion stu­dent of nau­ti­cal science
    in Ger­man Women’s National Team since 2016
    home­town Eutin

Vorauswahl 2015

Die 47 verbleiben­den Spieler, die zu den geschlosse­nen Camps ein­ge­laden werden:

Posi­tion Name Cur­rent School/​Club
M Ander­s­son, Jean-​Christian BHC Berlin
A Bail­don, Lukas Gene­see CC
M Baum, Chris­t­ian KKHT Cologne
G Ben­ninger, Jan BHC Berlin
D & LSM Bieber, Max HLC RW München
A Bran­den­burger, Marc KKHT Cologne
M Broz, Philipp KKHT Cologne
SSDM Dal­heimer, Johannes Karl­sruhe Storm
G Eakins, Darin HTHC Ham­burg
M Fooken, Jan­nik KKHT Cologne
F/​O & D Fohrmann, Benedikt HLC RW München
M Gogolin, Chris KKHT Cologne
M Göser, Ste­fan KKHT Cologne
M Grießl, Wolf­gang HLC RW München
M Hof­mockel, Robert HLC RW München
D Höller, Ste­fan KKHT Cologne
A Horstmann, Kai Tobias BHC Berlin
D Kauf­mann, Nicolai HLC RW München
M Klinger, Con­stan­tin S.C. Frank­furt 1880 e.V.
A Kuh­le­mann, Alexander Freie Turner Würzburg 1899
D Lauen, Mar­ius KKHT Cologne
D Lehna, Matthias HLC RW München
G Maas, Philipp HLC RW München
A Mer­jasch, Artjom BHC Berlin
A Miof­sky, Jan ABV Stuttgart
M Möll, Lukas Regens­burger HTC
M Nitz, Lars SCC Berlin
A Nolte, Adrian KKHT Cologne
LSM Nösser, Max­i­m­il­ian SCC Berlin
D Rau, Matthias
A Richter, Sebas­t­ian Karl­sruhe Storm
F/​O & SSDM Schüler, Dominic KKHT Cologne
G Shi­bata, Ryo DHC Han­nover
F/​O & SSDM Siegel, Thilo HLC RW München
M Spiegel, Moritz HTHC Ham­burg
LSM Ste­in­fels, Jake HTHC Ham­burg
F/​O & SSDM Thönißen, Sebas­t­ian KKHT Cologne
LSM Tophoven, Lukas BHC Berlin
D Ufer, David HTHC Ham­burg
D van Eijke­len­burg, Jan KKHT Cologne
G Werfs, Philip ABV Stuttgart
LSM Werner, Philip HLC RW München
M Wittmann, Peter Turner­bund 1888 Erlan­gen e.V.
D Wittmann, Roland Düs­sel­dor­fer Sport-​Club 1899 e.V.
LSM Wulfmeyer, Björn HLC RW München
A Wun­der­lich, Tim HLC RW München
A Zizka, Cas­par KKHT Cologne

National­mannschaft Damen U19 — Geschichte

1996 spielte zum ersten Mal ein deutsches Frauen­na­tion­al­team bei der Europameis­ter­schaft. Zehn Jahre später hatte der Lacross­es­port so viele Fortschritte gemacht, dass ein U19/​U21 Team zu der Welt­meis­ter­schaft 2007 nach Kanada geschickt wer­den kon­nte. Die Mannschaft belegte den let­zten Platz von 11 Mannschaften. Für sie war es den­noch ein Tri­umpf, da diese junge Damen die erste Mäd­chen Lacrosse National­mannschaft für Deutsch­land darstellten.

Das Engage­ment und die Moti­va­tion des ersten U19/​U21 Teams inspiri­erte weit­ere Spielerin­nen. Vier Jahre nach Kanada kon­nte Deutsch­land nicht nur ein reines U19 Team stellen, son­dern war auch Aus­richter­na­tion für 12 inter­na­tionale Mannschaften anlässlich der 2011 U19 Welt­meis­ter­schaft in Han­nover. In dem Jahr belegte Deutsch­land den 10. Platz.

Das Inter­esse an Lacrosse in Deutsch­land wächst ständig und im Novem­ber 2013, zum ersten Trainings-​Camp für die U19 2015 Welt­meis­ter­schaft, sind 55 Mäd­chen erschienen, die ihr Kön­nen zeigen woll­ten. In den fol­gen­den Monaten nah­men viele Spielerin­nen an den Camps teil, so dass in 18 Monaten in dem 10 Trainings-​Camps ange­boten wur­den, 90 Mäd­chen zwis­chen 1219 Jahren, die 21 ver­schiedene Vere­ine repräsen­tierten sowie 3 Spielerin­nen, die aus dem Aus­land kamen, ihr Tal­ent unter Beweis gestellt haben. Nach dem let­zten Camp zu Ostern 2015 mussten die Coaches ihre schwierig­ste Entschei­dung tre­f­fen – wen sie in den endgülti­gen Kader aufnehmen.

Die Mäd­chen, der 2015 U19 Kader, sind über­aus engagiert, haben hart an sich selbst gear­beitet, um ihre Kon­di­tion und Stick-​Geschicklichkeit zu per­fek­tion­ieren und sind stolz ihr Land in Edin­burgh zu repräsentieren.

(2015 AvO DLaxV)

National­mannschaft Her­ren U19 — Geschichte

The Deutsche Lacrosse Ver­band (DLaxV) = Ger­man Lacrosse Asso­ci­a­tion has suc­ceeded now in field­ing youth devel­op­ment teams in all of the last U19 World Cham­pi­onships, albeit in most cases as U21 teams by the good grace of the inter­na­tional gov­ern­ing bodies.

In 2003 the U21 Men’s team played in Bal­ti­more for the first time, and in 2007 it was the ladies turn and the U21 Women com­peted in the IFWLA Cham­pi­onship in Peter­bor­ough, Canada.

The year after, it was the sec­ond U21 Men’s team, who sur­prised the world of Lacrosse by fin­ish­ing a strong sixth place, when no one expected them to, in Coquit­lam, Canada.

In 2011 Ger­many had the plea­sure of car­ry­ing out the IFWLA U19 World Cham­pi­onship in Han­nover and of course it was the time for the first Ger­man U19-​only team, prov­ing that the youth pro­gram in Ger­many is grow­ing rapidly.

Now since the begin­ning of 2011, the focus again turns to the men. Through a series of try-​outs and train­ing camps, well attended by about 70 young lax­ers, the first „DLaxV U19 Her­ren­Na­tional­mannschaft“ (Ger­man Men’s U19 National Team) is begin­ning to take shape. We look for­ward to a suc­cess­ful year in 2012 with the cul­mi­na­tion of this huge organ­i­sa­tional effort com­ing at the U19 Cham­pi­onships in Turku.

Indeed how­ever, it is true that every future requires its past and so here a quick overview of Ger­man Youth Lacrosse — where we were and where we are going.

U19WLC 2003 — Where We Were

The first U21 Men‘s team from Ger­many was sent to the ILF/​IFWLA com­bined U19 World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onships hosted by US Lacrosse at Tow­son Uni­ver­sity in Bal­ti­more, Mary­land. Ger­many did not field a women’s team at this event.

The Team was organ­ised and coached by Head Coach Ingo Hess, the for­mer Head Coach of theD­LaxV Bun­desliga Ost men’s team BHC. He was assisted on the side­lines by Uli Haufe and by Fabi­an­Seibt, who was the DLaxV/​GLA Pres­i­dent until 2006.

It stands to logic that the enor­mous orga­ni­za­tional pres­sures of con­struct­ing and accom­pa­ny­ing such a pio­neer team were tremen­dous, and thus the sport­ing suc­cess was unfor­tu­nately lim­ited in this first go-​round as a result. Nonethe­less, the coaches and man­agers were able to set up prepa­ra­tion camps and also had a pre-​event train­ing camp in Bal­ti­more with scrim­mages against other com­pet­ing teams.

Felix Fried­heim, the 2008 U21 Assis­tant Coach was a U21-​Nationalspieler and played in Attack. He recalls this phase of U21 his­tory as fol­lows: „At that time there were plenty of oppor­tu­ni­ties for the indi­vid­ual play­ers to expand and improve their stick skills. Despite the dif­fi­cult devel­op­ment phase in Ger­man Lacrosse many impor­tant keys for the future were realised.“

And those keys were prone to unlock the doors for this U21-​Nationalmannschaft. The boys went through the “Red Group” and crushed their oppo­nents, enter­ing the fight for the right to be in the “Blue Group” unde­feated. They ended up win­ning against Japan in an overtime-​thriller and played games against Aus­tralia and Eng­land, fin­ish­ing with a very good sixth place in the “Blue Group”.

Thus the cor­ner­stone had been laid for a promis­ing future and the wheels were set in motion for those who came after to hope­fully redou­ble the effort and really get things going.

U19WLC 2012/​2016 — Where We’re Going

The obvi­ously present upcom­ing goal is of course the FIL World Lacrosse Cham­pi­onships 2012 in Turku, Fin­land. Look­ing beyond that, Ger­many hopes that for the next 2016 Cham­pi­onships, our youth pro­gram will have estab­lished itself thor­oughly, as to allow us to field a true U19 team in the “Blue Group” and be able to com­pete on this level.

How­ever, as noted above, all that is only part of the greater pic­ture which we hope will ulti­mately result in fur­ther sta­bil­ity in the national team con­cept and in the whole of Ger­man youth lacrosse, right down to the youth leagues which has been started for the first time in 2007. These even younger kids, some as young as 9 or 10 now, should have the U19 team as a goal in their eyes to reach for, a lit­tle bit at a time, day by day on the field of play.

It is of cen­tral and exis­ten­tial impor­tance that the fur­ther growth and devel­op­ment of the youth pro­gram is estab­lished in order to look for­ward to a long term suc­cess­ful lacrosse future in Ger­many. With com­pe­tence and a strong will of all those involved, this con­cept can and will be real­ized, in both the imme­di­ate and dis­tant future…

The Road To Turku

Dec. 2010 Berlin

First camp under the con­cept „Road To Turku“

March ‘11 Hamburg

Sec­ond Camp with roughly 60 kids attending

August ‘11 Marburg

Third Try-​Out. First arrival of Head­coach John T. Pirie.

Nov. 2011 Berlin

Fourth Try-​Out com­bined with friendly games against Czech‘ U19.

Feb. 2012 Amsterdam

Friendly games against Netherland‘s U19,
Nether­lands Men‘s team and Durham Uni­ver­sity.
Com­bined with Top 40 Try-​Outs. First invi­ta­tional camp.

March ‘12 Hamburg

sec­ond Top 40 Try-​Out: Team Turku will be
picked by Coach­ing Staff afterwards.

April 2012 Cologne

diag­nos­tics– and ath­let­ics camp at Ger­man
Sports Uni­ver­sity Cologne (DSHS/​SpoHo)

June 2012 Berlin

Prep-​camp prior to Berlin Open 2012.
Europe‘s biggest lacrosse tour­na­ment, with many inter­na­tional guests.

July 2012 Berlin/​Turku

World Cham­pi­onships in Turku, Fin­land and prep-​week in Berli

National­mannschaften

Die deutschen National­mannschaften vertreten den deutschen Lacrosse Sport auf inter­na­tionalem Par­ket, bei Europameis­ter­schaften und Weltmeisterschaften.

Zu Beginn der Vor­bere­itungsphase auf eines der großen Events des inter­na­tionalen Lacrosse ver­anstal­tet der DLaxV, vertreten durch die Man­ager und Coaches der jew­eili­gen Teams, Sichtungs-​Camps, auf denen sich neue Tal­ente präsen­tieren kön­nen und altge­di­ente SpielerIn­nen erneut in den Bere­ichen Fit­ness, Stick-​Skills und Tak­tik beweisen müssen.

Damen Nationalmannschaft 2013

Mit großem Engage­ment arbeitet jeder Einzelne im Rah­men der National­mannschaft­spro­gramme ehre­namtlich für die Weit­er­en­twick­lung des jew­eili­gen Teams. Und dies geschah in den let­zten Jahren mit großem, inter­na­tional mit Respekt beat­ra­chtetem, Erfolg. So kon­nten sich alle unsere Mannschaften bei den let­zten Inter­na­tionalen Events stets gut verkaufen und in der Ran­gliste der Lacrosse-​spielenden Natio­nen in den Bere­ich der Spitzen­mannschaften heran kämpfen.

herren natio team

Möchten auch Sie unsere National­mannschaften unter­stützen, sei es durch ehre­namtliches Engage­ment in einem wun­der­vollen Team, durch Sach– oder Geld­spenden, so wern­den Sie sich bitte an die jew­eili­gen Man­ager der Teams. Gerne wird Ihnen dort ein Ange­bot unter­bre­itet, wie ein frucht­bare und maßgeschnei­derte Zusam­me­nar­beit ausse­hen kann.