Five local girls lacrosse players were named Sunday to the training team for the United States women's under-19 national team that will compete for the world championship next summer. McDonogh's Maddie Jenner and Emma Schettig, Bel Air's Elizabeth Hillman, Bryn Mawr's Olivia Rubin and Hannah Leubecker, a home-schooled student from Forest Hill, made the team after three days of tryouts at the US Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks. Jenner, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year as a junior, and Rubin have signed with Duke. Hillman is headed to North Carolina. Schettig and Leubecker have committed to Maryland.From 110 players invited to try out, coaches selected 36 to the training team and it will be further whittled down to compete in Peterborough, Canada, next August. Jenner, Hillman and Rubin — all first-team All-Metro selections this past spring — have graduated and are benefiting from a rule change allowing players who will have completed a year of college to be on the team for the first time. Schettig and Leubecker will be high school seniors in the fall. The team will train for the first time Oct. 5-8 at the Team USA Fall Classic in Sparks.