Every Thursday, World Lacrosse is highlighting a classic game from the Summer of Lacrosse.
The first Throwback Thursday classic comes from the World Lacrosse Women’s Championship in Towson, where Scotland staged a massive comeback to defeat Ireland, 9-8 in the championship consolation quarterfinal. The Scots trailed 8-5 after a 3-0 third quarter for Ireland, but they scored four unanswered goals in the final frame, including the game winner with 1:19 to play, to seal the win.
We’re throwing it back to the 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s Championship in Towson 📍
Revisit this exciting matchup between two rivals with us 🎥 pic.twitter.com/Y6cmkgYz2P
— World Lacrosse (@WorldLacrosse) October 13, 2022
Hannah Whiteley grabbed the go-ahead goal on a free position shot for her second strike of the contest. Zoe Dickson and Charlotte Bergqvist also scored twice for Scotland.
Katrina Dowd powered Ireland with three goals and assist in defeat.