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TOWSON, MARYLAND(SMI-WOMEN-SPORTS, JUNE 19-JULY 09, 2022)-Day two of the 2022 World Lacrosse Women's Championship featured 20 teams in 10 games of action.
Three headlines: England made a statement in the lone Pool A game of the day with a 12-4 win over Australia in a rematch of the 2017 bronze medal game. Megan Whittle scored five goals and added four draw controls.
Germany secured the result of the day with an 10-7 upset over seventh-seeded Wales.
Kim Dressendörfer totaled four goals, two assists and seven draw controls.
New Zealand held off a feisty Ireland team for a 10-8 win. New Zealand outshot the Irish 30-16 but had to contend with a standout performance from goalkeeper Emily Gaven, who made a tournament-high 11 saves.
Three more stars:
Mexico's attacker Isabel Szejk exploded for seven goals on just nine shots in an 18-6 win over Sweden.
Isabelle Martire turned in a gem with six goals and two assists to help the Czech Republic overturn a second half deficit in a 13-10 win over Italy.
Lindsey McKone helped Israel dispatch Korea, 18-6, with four goals, two assists, and 10 draw controls.
Find Below the final scores of day two :
Schedule for Friday, July 1
9 a.m. – Italy vs. Sweden, Lower Field
10 a.m. –Ireland vs. Spain, Tiger Field
11 a.m. – New Zealand vs. Austria, Unitas Stadium
12 p.m. – Czech Republic vs. Colombia, Lower Field
1 p.m. – Haudenosaunee vs. China, Tiger Field
2 p.m. – Germany vs. Latvia, Unitas Stadium
3 p.m. – Japan vs. Argentina, Lower Field
4 p.m. – Israel vs. Norway, Tiger Field
5 p.m – Australia vs. Canada, Unitas Stadium
6 p.m. – Korea vs. Puerto Rico, Lower Field
7 p.m. – Wales vs. Jamaica, Tiger Field
8 p.m. – USA vs. Scotland, Unitas Stadium