From the FIL Website:
Women’s U19 World Championship
The International Federation of Women’s Lacrosse Associations (IFWLA) held its first U-19 World Championship in 1995. Australia defeated the United States 5-4 in Haverford, Pennsylvania.
The U.S. then beat Australia in four straight finals since then. In 1999, the U.S. defeated the Aussies 15-8 on their home turf in Perth. They doubled-up on Australia in 2003, this time winning the championship 21-8 in Baltimore, Maryland. The U.S. women made it three straight golds in 2007 by defeating Australia 18-3 in Peterborough, Canada. The U.S. won its fourth gold in a row in 2011 in Hannover, Germany edging their Aussie rivals 14-12.
In the latest U19 Women’s Championship in July of 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland many new story lines emerged: After losing to the U.S. in the first game of pool play, Canada won seven straight games — including an impressive 17-3 win over Australia in the Semifinals, and a 9-8 victory over the U.S. to win the Gold.
|2007||USA||Australia||18-3||Peterborough, Ont., Canada|
|2003||USA||Australia||21-8||Baltimore, Md., USA|
|1995||Australia||USA||5-4||Haverford, Pa., USA|