Canada falls to U.S. on last-second goal in world field lacrosse final
Thomas Schreiber scored his third goal of the game in the final second of play as the United States edged Canada 9-8 on Saturday to win the world field lacrosse championship.
Ryan Brown also had a hat trick for the Americans, who went undefeated through the international tournament. Paul Rabil, Marcus Holman and Matthew Danowski also scored, while John Galloway made four saves for the win.
Curtis Dickson led Canada with a three-goal performance and was named best attackman at the event. Ben McIntosh and Mark Cockerton had two goals apiece, while Mark Matthews added a single.
Dillon Ward stopped nine shots in net for the Canadians and was honoured as the tournament's best goaltender after the game.
Dickson, Ward, McIntosh, Graeme Hossack and Ryland Rees were named to the all-world team.