U.S. Lacrosse announced the U.S. Men's National Team 30-man roster with 11 Baltimore area players set to play in this summer's World Lacrosse Championships in Denver.
The tournament will take place from July 10-19.
Following a seven-month tryout process that started with 98 players, the team was selected from a 51-player training roster that last took the field at the Champion Challenge, a US Lacrosse event, in Orlando on Jan. 26 for a Blue-White exhibition game.
Here's a look at the Baltimore players that made the roster with their high school, college and professional teams:
Marcus Holman, Gilman, North Carolina, Ohio Machine
Brendan Mundorf, Mount St. Joseph, UMBC, Chesapeake Bayhawks
Steele Stanwick, Loyola, Virginia, Ohio Machine
Kevin Buchanan, Calvert Hall, Ohio State, Boston Cannons
Dan Burns, Severna Park, Maryland, Chesapeake Bayhawks
Kyle Harrison, Friends, Johns Hopkins, LXM PRO
Jeff Reynolds, Calvert Hall, Maryland, Chesapeake Bayhawks
Mitch Belisle, Severna Park, Cornell, Boston Cannons
Michael Evans, South River, Johns Hopkins, Chesapeake Bayhawks
Kyle Hartzell, Archbishop Curley, Salisbury, New York Lizards
Jesse Schwartzamn, Pikesville, Johns Hopkins, Denver OutlawsCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun