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All-World Athletes: Liam Entenmann

World Lacrosse is highlighting its All-World athletes from past world championships to celebrate their outstanding performances.

Liam Entenmann was named to the Men’s U-21 All-World Team as the most outstanding goalkeeper at the 2022 U-21 Men’s Championship in Limerick, Ireland. He helped the United States win a goal medal over Canada.

Entenmann’s first showing with the United States team was nothing short of spectacular. He appeared in the five of the seven games the United States played, posting a 61 save percentage, and 4.71 goals against average. He had 31 saves and gave up 20 goals in the tournament.

Entenmann has been the starting goalkeeper at Notre Dame for the past five years. He helped the Irish to win the school’s first lacrosse national championship in 2023, and they repeated in 2024. He was the USILA Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Outstanding Goalie in 2023 and 2024 for collegiate lacrosse. Entenmann was announced as a Tewaaraton finalist in 2024, the third men’s goalie in history to be named a finalist.

In the 2024 PLL draft, Entenmann was drafted fifth overall by the New York Atlas, the highest a goalie has ever been drafted in the PLL.

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