Gross to Represent USA

Senior headed to World Lacrosse Super Sixes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Vanderbilt lacrosse student-athlete Bri Gross will once again don the red, white and blue to represent the United States of America in the World Lacrosse Super Sixes tournament set for Oct. 23-24 in Sparks, Maryland. 

The tournament will feature Canada, the Iroquois Nationals, and the United States in a round-robin tournament for both men and women. The tournament will be played at William G. Tierney Field at USA Lacrosse’s complex in Maryland. Sixes is a fast-paced version of lacrosse played on a smaller field with six players on the field for each side and a 30-second shot clock.

“This is another opportunity to represent my country and Vanderbilt lacrosse,” Gross said. “Being able to play on this team is a representation of the hard work that myself, my teammates, and coaches have done. I hope to help inspire girls – especially on the West Coast –  to pursue lacrosse and follow their dreams.”

The California native is entering her senior season with the Commodores after having led Vandy to the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Her junior season was highlighted by earning IWLCA All-Region second team and All-American Athletic Conference first team accolades. She finished 2021 with 31 goals and 14 assists to go with a single-season program record of 84 draw controls.

The games will be streamed through the Lacrosse Sports Network.


World Lacrosse Super Sixes
Saturday, Oct. 23 • 1:30 p.m. USA versus Canada
Saturday, Oct. 23 • 4 p.m. USA versus Iroquois
Sunday, Oct. 24 • 7:15 a.m. USA versus Iroquois
Sunday, Oct. 24 • 12:15 p.m. USA versus Canada