Sports shorts: International Tigers

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Matt Striebel ’01, left, and Ryan Boyle ’04 (Photos courtesy U.S. Lacrosse)

MEN’S LACROSSE alumni Matt Striebel ’01 and Ryan Boyle ’04 are aiming to recapture the championship for the United States at the 2010 World Lacrosse Championships, beginning July 16 in Manchester, England. [US Lacrosse]

Todd Harrity ’12, the 2010 Ivy League Rookie of the Year in MEN’S SQUASH, won a bronze medal at the 2010 World University Games in Melbourne, Australia, July 13. Harrity lost to German Jens Schoor in the semifinals but topped Leo Au of Hong Kong in the third-place match. [College Squash Association]

Donn Cabral ’12 of the MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD team won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the North America, Central America, and Caribbean Under-23 Championships in Miramar, Fla., July 10. Team USA dominated the medal count, earning more medals than the other 11 competing nations combined. [USA Track and Field]

Three Princeton CREW alumni earned medals at the July 11 World Cup event in Lucerne, Switzerland: Australian Sam Loch ’06, who won silver in the men’s eight; Canadian Adrienne Morin ’06, who earned silver in the women’s eight; and American Kate Bertko ’06, who partnered with Stesha Carle to win bronze in the women’s pair. [Row2k]

Eight more crew alumni and current athletes will represent the United States at the Under-23 World Championships in Brest, Belarus, July 22-25: Ian Silveira ’12, men’s quadruple sculls; Nicole Bielawski ’13, women’s quadruple sculls; Steven Cutler ’12, lightweight men’s quadruple sculls; Christian Klein ’11, lightweight men’s pair; Sara Hendershot ’10, women’s four; Michaela Strand ’11, women’s four; Robin Prendes ’11, lightweight men’s four; and Ariel Frost ’10, women’s eight. [US Rowing]

FIELD HOCKEY standouts Katie Reinprecht ’12, Julia Reinprecht ’13, and Maren Ford ’06 were named to the U.S. national team in June. [USA Field Hockey]

WRESTLING coach Chris Ayers guided the U.S. junior team to a gold medal in the Greco-Roman event at the Pan-American Games in Managua, Nicaragua, July 9-11. [GoPrincetonTigers.com]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY defenseman Sasha Sherry ’11 was named to the 2010 U.S. women’s under-22 select team, which will compete at the USA Hockey Women’s National Festival in Lake Placid in August. [USA Hockey]