USFSA Announces Team USA
Fifteen U.S. teams, like the Skyliners Junior here, will compete internationally this season. (Credits: Skyliners Junior - 2022)
Team USA has been solidified and features fifteen different teams across the Midwest and Eastern coast.
Skyliners and Teams Elite will be the first Senior teams to hit the road in 2023. They will be traveling to Switzerland to compete at the Neuchatel Trophy.
Teams Elite will continue their international travels by going to France for the French Cup from Feb. 3-4.
Miami University will be joining the Haydenettes at the Mozart Cup from Jan. 19-21, but will also have the opportunity to compete at the Spring Cup in Milan, Italy a month later. Miami will be joining Skyliners at the competition.
Adrian College Varsity also have the pleasure to travel oversees, going to Poland from Feb. 9-11 to the Hevelius Cup.
In that same weekend, Starlights and DC EDGE will be in Great Britain for the Britannia Cup.
The following weekend will bring in two other Junior teams to Europe: Skyliners and Lexettes for the Mozart Cup from Jan. 19-21.
Skyliners will continue to represent the United States the following weekend with Team Image at the Leon Lurje Trophy in Sweden.
In February, DC EDGE will be joined alongside the Fond du Lac Blades at the French Cup during the first weekend in February.
Finally, Teams Elite and Lexettes will head to Italy for the Spring Cup from Feb. 17-19.
Hayden Select first debuted the new division to the states last season and even got to compete at the French Cup last season, where they won the division by nearly 22 points.
Crystalettes, a long-time Senior team, has now transformed into the Elite 12 level and are ready to compete on an international stage. They have competed in two competitions thus far, including the Boston Classic, where they earned a combined score of 175.28.