Katrina Dowd and Kayla Treanor celebrate a goal during the U.S. women's team 14-8 victory over England on Saturday during the Spring Premiere at Stanford University.

The U.S. women's national team program ventured to California over the weekend for the Spring Premiere at Stanford University and left a lasting impression. The six-team event featured the U.S. women's senior team, the U.S. women's U19 team, international teams from England and Japan, and collegiate teams from Fresno and Stanford.

After Friday practices, the U.S. team opened Saturday with a sold-out clinic for younger players from the region, before hitting the field for game action.

The U.S. senior team, inspired by a talk from former U.S. soccer star Brandi Chastain, trailed England 6-4 early, but came back for a 7-6 halftime lead. In the second half, the U.S. pulled away for a 14-8 victory behind a three-goal, two-assist performance from Kayla Treanor. In the nightcap, the U.S. combined forces with the U19 team against Stanford, and the senior team won its portion of the game 16-7, and was especially dominant in the final quarter. Sam Apuzzo had five of her game-high six goals in the final quarter.

The U.S. U19 team, preparing for this summer's Federation of International Lacrosse Women's U19 World Championship, opened game action with an 18-1 win over a developmental team from Japan, spread the wealth with 17 different players scoring in an 18-8 victory over England, and then played the first two quarters of an extended six-quarter game against Stanford, trailing 7-3.