They’ve won three straight world championships, boast the game’s biggest stars, and are playing on home turf in front of their own fans.
Of course the United States women are the favorites to win the World Lacrosse Women’s World Championship, which opens Wednesday at Towson (Md.) University outside Baltimore.
In an event that features a record 30 teams and will run through July 9, there is no shortage of storylines, and not just around Team USA.
We answer five burning questions on the eve of the event.