Hsu to Play for China at Under-21 World Championship in August

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – A third Lehigh men’s lacrosse student-athlete from the 2022 team is set to compete in the Under-21 World Championships next month as rising junior Damon Hsu will suit up for China. He joins recently-graduated Colin Kirst (USA) and rising senior Caleb Creasor (Canada), who will all be competing in the championships next month in Limerick, Ireland.

The event will take place from Aug. 10-20. Originally a U19 event, the championship scheduled for 2020 has been postponed twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. World Lacrosse has since increased the age grouping to U20 permanently with a one-year exception to U21 for the 2022 championship due to the postponements.

Hsu wants to be joined on China by his brother Dylan. At Lehigh, Damon saw action in three games as a first-year, tallying two shots (one on goal) and a groundball. He got into one game this past season, against Holy Cross on Mar. 13.

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