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July 20, 2014
Jordan McBride had five goals in the 5th place game loss to England, and was one of four Scotland players to make the Presidents Team. (Scott McCall)
Jordan McBride had five goals in the 5th place game loss to England, and was one of four Scotland players to make the Presidents Team. (Scott McCall)

Scotland Dominates Non-Blue FIL Presidents Team

from Press Release | All-World Team

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Jordan McBride, who led Scotland to its best finish ever, sixth, with a team-high 38 points, was one of 10 players named to the President's team at the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship, presented by Trusted Choice.

The team, consisting of the top 10 players in the tournament not competing in the Blue Division, was named prior to the start of the championship game between Canada and the United States and the awards were presented by FIL Men's Director Jack Emmer. McBride was one of four Scotland players named to the team, including his brother, Jimmy.

The President's Team

Kyle Buchanan, Scotland
Ryan Licht, Ireland
Matt MacGrotty, Scotland
Jimmy McBride, Scotland
Jordan McBride, Scotland
Jonathan Munk, Czech Republic
Kevin Powers, Sweden
Ben Smith, Israel
Ari Sussman, Israel
James Van de Veerdon, Netherlands

Prior to the game, Robin Howie, was also honored with the Graham Lester Spirit of Lacrosse Award. The award is named in memory of Lester, the co-chair of the FIL Referee's Committee from 1994-2008 who passed away late last year. Howie, from Stockport, England, worked as an administrator with the referee's this year.


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