Team USA - Philadelphia All-Stars Images
Photos from Team USA's 15-8 victory over the Philadelphia All-Stars on June 18 at Lehigh. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker
Anthony Ortolano applies some eye black to Max Seibald before Team USA's exhibition game.
Team USA coach Mike Pressler is looking for his second gold medal. He was an assistant coach for Team USA's 2002 champion.
Stony Brook head coach and Team USA assistant Rick Sowell surveys the field.
Haverford School John Nostrant coached the Philadelphia All-Stars in its 15-8 loss to Team USA.
Fans stroll the grounds at Lehigh on the way to the exhibition game between Team USA and the Philadelphia All-Stars.
Former USA U-19 gold medalist Brett Moyer chats with an official before the opening faceoff.
Pregame meeting before Team USA's 15-8 win over the Philadelphia All-Stars.
A crowd of more than 1,000 packed the stands and ringed the fence at Lehigh's Banko Field for Team USA's exhibition that was hosted by the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association.
Delaware alum Alex Smith had his way with current Blue Hen Dan Cooney. Smith won 18-of-22 faceoffs and had a game-high 10 ground balls.
Paul Rabil had two goals and an assist in Team USA's victory.
Max Seibald and Paul Rabil celebrate an early goal. The duo played on a variety of midfield lines together.
Former Princeton All-American Alex Hewit looks to clear the ball. Hewit had eight first half saves for Philly.
2010 Tewaaraton winner Ned Crotty looks to operate. Crotty led Team USA with five points (3g, 2a).
Team USA's Max Seibald looks to drive past Stony Brook's Kevin Crowley.
Lehigh head coach Kevin Casses got to play in his home stadium for Team USA. Here he zeroes in on Princeton's Mike Chanenchuk.
Team USA's Ryan Powell faces some tough defense from Syracuse All-American and U-19 alum John Lade.
Adam Fullerton makes one of his five first half saves. Fullerton allowed just two goals to earn the victory.
Kyle Wharton, Rob McCallion, Kevin Crowley and Matt Mackrides celebrate a Philadelphia goal.
Alex Smith looks for an outlet on this faceoff attempt.
Princeton All-American Mike Chanenchuk faces some tough defense from Team USA's Max Seibald.
Garrett Thul looks to drive on Team USA's Joe Cinosky. Thul, the Patriot League Rookie of the Year at Army, had three goals against Team USA.
Matt Striebel drives past Delaware's Kevin Kaminski. Striebel, a three-time Team USA veteran, had a pair of goals.
Team USA's Matt Abbott moves to stop Jack McBride's drive to the goal.
Ned Crotty is one of three Tewaaraton Trophy winners on Team USA, joining Max Seibald and Mike Leveille.
Team USA's Kyle Sweeney splits between a pair of Philadelphia defenders.
Drexel's Mark Manos and the Philadelphia All-Stars gave Team USA a competitive game. "These guys battled the whole time," said Team USA's Matt Striebel.
An Army reunion: Rob McCallion, Joe Alberici, Adam Fullerton and Garrett Thul.
Former Cornell teammates Mike Bronzino and Max Seibald share some words after Team USA's 15-8 victory.
Mike Leveille signs autographs for the fans after Team USA's victory. Leveille had a pair of assists in the win.
Max Seibald has a contingent of fans looking for his signature.
Alex Smith signs for a fan after his signature game.
Team USA's Matt Zash, a regular contributor to Lacrosse Magazine's Straight Shooters series, signs for the fans.
Team USA's Paul Rabil drew one of the largest ovations of the night in the roster announcements. Here some fans track down his autograph.