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U-19 Women's Japan National Squad named for U19WC 2015

[information] 投稿日時:2015/07/02(木) 00:47

U-19 Women's Lacrosse Japan National Squad will participate Women's Under-19 World Lacrosse Championships 2015.

Staff
Head Coach: Masakazu Nagashima
Assistant Coach: Kazuya Shikinami
Assistant Coach: Yoko Shibata
Trainer: Ryohei Terada
Manager: Miyako Sekita
Manager: Yu Watanabe

Players
Goalie
1 Chihiro Onoki (Nippon Sport Science University)
2 Moyu Takemoto (Kansai University Senior High School)

Attack
3 Kaoru Hirano (Waseda University)
16 Saki Sekiguchi (Tokyo University of Agriculture)
17 Kyoko Kuwajima (St. Dominic's Institute)
18 Rei Ikeda (Rikkyo University)

Middie
4 Sakura Hashizume (Nihon University Senior High School)
5 Naomi Iwata (Waseda University)
7 Nozomi Tanaka (Rikkyo University)
8 Manami Okada (Tokai University)
9 Mirei Tamaki (Gakushuin University)
10 Asuka Noo (Doshisha University)
11 Kazuki Onodera (Nihon University Senior High School)
12 Chika Ohashi (Keio University)
13 Narumi Nukui (Tokai University)
14 Misaki Makita (Tokyo Woman's Christian University)
15 Hatsuki Nakata (Yokohama National University)

Defense
6 Eri Ichikawa (Aoyama Gakuin University)

Reserve
Goalie; 24 Shiori Matano (Chiba University)
Attack; 22 Yuma Ishimura (Gakushuin University)
Middie; 19 Shione Uchida (Rikkyo University)
Middie; 23 Yukako Ito (Tokai University)
Middie; 25 Aisha Goro (Tokai University)
Defense; 20 Megumi Mori (Hokusho University)
Defense; 21 Chiaki Hosomi (Waseda University)

U-22 Women's Japan National Squad named for ASPAC 2015

[information] 投稿日時:2015/07/01(水) 23:59

U-22 Women's Lacrosse Japan National Squad will participate Asia Pacific Lacrosse Championships 2015.

Staff
Head Coach: TAKESHI SATO
Assistant Coach: MASUMI NARUSAWA
Manager: NAOHIRO TAKAHASHI
Manager: MITSUKI SHIBUSAWA (Tokyo Gakugei University)
Manager: ASANA ADOMI (Meiji Gakuin University)

Players
Goalie
2 MIHO TAKEUCHI (Rikkyo University)
3 MIHO TAKAHASHI (Keio University)

Attack
6 MIO TAKAHASHI (Nippon Sport Science University)
18 TOMOKO SUZUKI (Keio University)

Middie
5 TOMOMI SATO (Tokai University)
7 SAYAKO BANNO (Meiji University)
8 HARUNA KANETO (Waseda University)
9 AI HIROSE (Sophia University)
11 KANA HAGIWARA (Rikkyo University)
12 CHIHIRO KOBIKI (Nara Women's University)
13 MAKI KAWAZOE (Rikkyo University)
14 MAAYA TAGA (Meiji University)
15 SHIHOMI TERANISNI (Meiji University)
16 KANAKO SATO (Nanzan University)
17 AZUSA HORIKIRI (Waseda University)

Defense
4 MISAKI IBATA (Gakushuin University)
10 RISA MATSUMOTO (Meiji University)
19 KANA TACHIYAMA (Rikkyo University)

Reserve
Goalie; Hitomi Kanei (Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education)
Goalie; Momoka Harada (Bukkyo University)
Middie; Reiko Asano (Keio University)
Middie; Aki Kouzaki (Osaka Ohtani University)
Middie; Nana Sato (Chuo University)
Middie; Mana Shimizu (Kokushikan University)
Middie; Yumi Takeda (Fukuoka University)
Middie; Sayaka Fukui (Keio University)
Middie; Eri Yasuda (Tokyo University of Agriculture)
Middie; Naoko Yoshimura (Gakushuin University)
Defense; Arisa Kameda (Meiji University)
Defense; Nana Tozawa (Hosei University)

U-22 Men's Japan National Squad named for ASPAC 2015

[information] 投稿日時:2015/07/01(水) 23:29

U-22 Men's Lacrosse Japan National Squad will participate Asia Pacific Lacrosse Championships 2015.

Staff
Head Coach: Yusuke Iwamoto
Assistant Coach: Masahiro Maeda
Assistant Coach: Yosuke Kishi
Assistant Coach: Ken Ikegawa
Trainer: Takaya Sasaki
Manager: Shiina Usuki
Manager: Tatsuya Nakajima

Players
Goalie
4 Koya Maruo (Hitotsubashi University)
20 Soya Tokumasu (Kwansei Gakuin University)

Attack
11 Shunki Hatada (Waseda University)
14 Kohta Kurashima (Seikei University)
16 Kazuki Fujimori (Iwate University)
17 Hisanori Koyama (Aoyama Gakuin University)
29 Taku Kudo (Seinan Gakuin University)

Middie
1 Yuya Kida (Kwansei Gakuin University)
2 Yudai Yoshinaga (Waseda University)
3 Daiki Tsutsui (Chiba University)
7 Shuhei Yasumuro (Nippon Sport Science University)
8 Dai Sato (Waseda University)
9 Hiromi Kobayashi (Toyo University)
13 Kohei Jinguji (Nippon Sport Science University)
15 Yasuteru Hosoume (Chiba University)
18 Hiroki Namba (Kyoto Sangyo University)
25 Hirotaka Izuka (Keio University)

Defense
5 Kanji Morita (Nippon Sport Science University)
6 Yuki Ogino (Keio University)
19 Kakeru Uehara (Nippon Sport Science University)
21 Tsuyoshi Kawamura (Keio University)
30 Yosuke Ishii (The University of Tokyo)

FOGO
12 Toma Tamura (Hosei University)

Reserve
Goalie; 10 Takuo Osaka (Dokkyo University)
Attack; 27 Hiroaki Kondo (Hitotsubashi University)
Middie; 24 Naoto Ikeda (Waseda University)
Defense; 23 Keita Yanagisawa (Hitotsubashi University)
Defense; 26 Masayuki Ogawa (Tohoku University)

Japan National Squad named for 2014 world championship

[information] 投稿日時:2014/06/17(火) 00:46

Staff
Head Coach: YOSHIHIRO OKUBO
Assistant Coach: AYUMU HIRAKI
Assistant Coach: TAKESHI SUGAI
Assistant Coach: MOTOKI HIRATA
Strength Coach: ICHIRO TAKAHASHI
Trainer: TAKUYA CHIBA
Manager: YUKO KOROYASU
Manager: MIYAKO SEKITA

Players
Goalie
1 TAKAHIKO SHINOHARA (VALENTIA)
2 SHUNSUKE HATTORI (Waseda University)
30 KEISUKE ANDO (Keio University)

Attack
3 MIKISUKE SEKINE (FALCONS)
5 SHUNKI HATADA (Waseda University)
7 KEN IKEGAWA (Stealers)
9 WATARU TSUGU (FALCONS)

Middie
4 TOMOHIRO FUJIHIRA
10 JUN MOTOSHITA (FALCONS)
11 YUJI TADAHIRA
12 MITSUHITO OKABE (ADVANCE-HANGLOOSE)
13 GAKU IWANO (Waseda University)
14 RYU MATSUSHITA (Stealers)
17 TETSUYA OZAWA (Chuo University)
18 YUSUKE SAHODA (FALCONS)
20 ANDREW LAY

Defense
6 TATSUYA HIRONAKA (Stealers)
19 YUKI MIZUTA (FALCONS)
22 TOMOHIRO HOSHI (Stealers)
23 YU YAMAGUCHI (FALCONS)
26 YUTA TANISHIMA (Waseda University)
27 KOTA HATAKEYAMA (FALCONS)

FOGO
33 MASUMI JINNO (Keio University)

Reserve
Attack; 8 SHINYA MARUYAMA (ADVANCE-HANGLOOSE)
Middie; 15 GEN HASEGAWA (FALCONS)
Defense; 28 RYOYA OKAMOTO (FALCONS)

Sad News

[information] 投稿日時:2013/01/23(水) 00:13

We would like to inform you that MR.NORIO B. ENDO passed away at Johns Hopkins Hospital on January 11th 2013.

Nori was the first President of the Japan Lacrosse Association, founded on 1987, and contributed to the development of lacrosse in Japan. "Lacrosse Makes Friends" was his strong vision of this social movement and JLA still keeps this heritage.
Since Nori started lacrosse with 10 Keio freshmen in 1986, JLA has been growing successfully.Total number of players in Japan is approximately 80,000 at present.

A Celebration of Nori's life will be held at 11:00 am January 23rd at the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel. Internment and a second memorial service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.

Please join us in offering heartfelt condolences to his family.

Sincerely,

<Contribution to Lacrosse in Japan>
Mr.NORIO B. ENDO
May 1986, He provided some Japanese college students the sticks and books of lacrosse.
September of same year, He made ​​an effort to invite Bob Scott of Johns Hopkins University for the country's first clinic of lacrosse.
In 1987, He was instrumental in the establishment of the Japan Lacrosse Association. Along with the establishment of the JLA(held a party on June 17), He became the first president of JLA.
In July of the same year, He made an effort to invite coach and four players of Johns Hopkins University. At this time, the first full-fledged coaching for female Lacrosse players was performed.
In October of the same year, He made an effort to held the first lacrosse game in Japan.
July 1988, He supported us for participation to lacrosse camp held in the United States.
December of the same year, He supported us to held lacrosse event that be the first in the Kansai region.
In addition to the above, He was instrumental the dissemination and strengthening of Japan's lacrosse.
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