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  • • Soldiers to Sidelines Offers Virtual Coaching Webinar
    CoachesBrady Nix, left, was an Army combat medic deployed in Afghanistan from January 2009 to January 2010. Soldiers to Sidelines, an organization helping veterans and service members find renewed purpose by continuing to serve their communities as coaches, is offering a free virtual lacrosse coach certification webinar for veterans, active duty and military service members, that begins on Monday,...2021
  • • Team USA and Navy Player Jackson Bonitz Has Desire to Serve
    Team USAU.S. Under 19 MenThis article appeared in the January print edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a signature benefit for US Lacrosse members. Get the magazine delivered right to your mailbox and help support the positive development of the sport by joining US Lacrosse today. Jackson Bonitz figured he had two competing plans when 2020 began. He was a member of the incoming plebe class at the Na...2021
  • • The Show Goes On: Virtual LaxCon Will Be Immersive Experience
    AdministratorsBox LacrosseCoachesEventsOfficialsThis article appears in the January edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don't get the mag? Become a member today. Thank you for your support! For nearly two decades, thousands of coaches, officials and fans have traveled to Baltimore or Philadelphia to experience the US Lacrosse Convention, annually the sport’s biggest trade show and professional develo...2020
  • • The Empathy that Brought the Iroquois and Irish Together as One
    Each morning, Lyle Thompson jogs around his home in the Six Nations reserve south of Toronto. Four laps around his property equal a mile. He mixes up his routine with sprints and longer runs. Next, he stretches and lifts kettlebells. Finally, he grabs his lacrosse stick and fires on a goal in his yard for up to an hour, sometimes longer. Home-cooked meals with lots of vegetables are in. Fast foods...2020
  • • 'Now, It Feels Right.' Players, Coaches React to PLL-MLL Merger
    The announcement sent shock waves throughout the lacrosse world during a time when it seems like the only certainty is uncertainty.  A little more than two years after Paul Rabil broke away from Major League Lacrosse to co-found the Premier Lacrosse League, men’s professional outdoor lacrosse is again a single entity. Only this time, it’s the PLL.  News broke Wednesday morning that lacrosse’s two ...2020
  • • Bridge Lacrosse Providing Pathway to Play
    AdministratorsMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. David Higbee was just a disillusioned college graduate looking to latch onto something he loved.  The job market stunk. “2008 was not a great year to graduate college,” Higbee said. With a biomedical science deg...2020
  • • Homegrown Summer: How a Revived Tournament Boomed in Minnesota
    AdministratorsMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Homegrown Lacrosse in Minnesota was swift to act. Recognizing the desire by local lacrosse players to play after missing their spring seasons because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the non-profit organization resurre...2020
  • • Battle Tested: Mobile Youth Lacrosse Still Thriving After a Decade
    MembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. As lifelong residents of Mobile, Alabama who grew up in families devoted to baseball, neither Josh Friedman nor Tucker Frazer could have foreseen the roles they occupy today as board members and program leaders for the Mobile...2020
  • • New Era for Say-Lax: A Resurgence for the Saugerties (N.Y.) Youth Program
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Sometimes a program is more than just a program. When Bob Slate moved to Saugerties, N.Y., in the late 1980s for a teaching position, there was one big thing missing — lacrosse.  “I remember coming down h...2020
  • • Treasure Valley Youth Lacrosse League Founder Maggie Williams Retiring
    AdministratorsMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. In 2006, a youth soccer organization that also administered youth lacrosse as an auxiliary program in Idaho decided that it was dropping lacrosse. The game had grown beyond its ability to manage it.  Motivated b...2020

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  • • New Era for Say-Lax: A Resurgence for the Saugerties (N.Y.) Youth Program
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Sometimes a program is more than just a program. When Bob Slate moved to Saugerties, N.Y., in the late 1980s for a teaching position, there was one big thing missing — lacrosse.  “I remember coming down h...2020
  • • Milestone Meeting: How Girls' Lacrosse History Was Made in Wyoming
    CoachesMembershipPrograms & GrantsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Last September, on a cold and rai...2020
  • • Event Plus Response Equals Outcome: Dripping Springs' Equation for Success
    CoachesEventsMembershipPrograms & GrantsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Bill Cafferata stood at the...2020
  • • Best Seat in the House: Debbie Swiss' Love of Officiating
    MembershipOfficialsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Out of everything Debbie Swiss has experienced in he...2020
  • • How Val Curran Helped Transform New Jersey Lacrosse
    Programs & GrantsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Scanning the sidelines of a lacrosse game in South...2020
  • • Better for Everyone: What Your Membership Means for US Lacrosse
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipOfficialsParentsPlayersThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Since its incepti...2020
  • • Investing in Lacrosse's Future
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipOfficialsParentsPlayersPrograms & GrantsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your suppo...2020
  • • Digital Only Issue of US Lacrosse Magazine Coming to Members
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipOfficialsParentsPlayersThe expanded digital-only July/August issue of US Lacrosse Magazine, a signature benefit of US Lacrosse membership, will include immersive and interactive features, in-depth reporting on the current topics in our sport and coverage from each of the 10 US Lacrosse regions. US Lacrosse members will get exclusive access to the 96-page issue (norma...2020
  • • The Vault: Eric Martin, Team USA's 'Rare Bird' (May 2010)
    US Lacrosse Magazine, formerly Lacrosse Magazine, is the longest-running and most widely read lacrosse publication in the world. The magazine dates back to 1978. “The Vault” is a new series in which we will revisit past cover subjects to see where they are now and what that moment in time meant to them. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription.   S ome birds aren’t mean...2020
  • • #LaxAtHome: How to Catch and Shoot on the Run with Kylie Ohlmiller
    CoachesInstructionalPlayersFew in lacrosse — men or women — are better at catching and shooting on the run than Kylie Ohlmiller. The U.S. attacker with the signature eye black is nearly automatic when in stride, and she shared with us her keys to each step in the process.​ 1. Keep Your Feet Moving Don’t cut to the cage. Cut to the passer and don’t stop to receive the ball. “Keep your feet moving ...2020

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  • • Soldiers to Sidelines Offers Virtual Coaching Webinar
    CoachesBrady Nix, left, was an Army combat medic deployed in Afghanistan from January 2009 to January 2010. Soldiers to Sidelines, an organization helping veterans and service members find renewed purpose by continuing to serve their communities as coaches, is offering a free virtual lacrosse coach certification webinar for veterans, active duty and military service members, that begins on Monday,...2021
  • • The Show Goes On: Virtual LaxCon Will Be Immersive Experience
    AdministratorsBox LacrosseCoachesEventsOfficialsThis article appears in the January edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don't get the mag? Become a member today. Thank you for your support! For nearly two decades, thousands of coaches, officials and fans have traveled to Baltimore or Philadelphia to experience the US Lacrosse Convention, annually the sport’s biggest trade show and professional develo...2020
  • • The Empathy that Brought the Iroquois and Irish Together as One
    Each morning, Lyle Thompson jogs around his home in the Six Nations reserve south of Toronto. Four laps around his property equal a mile. He mixes up his routine with sprints and longer runs. Next, he stretches and lifts kettlebells. Finally, he grabs his lacrosse stick and fires on a goal in his yard for up to an hour, sometimes longer. Home-cooked meals with lots of vegetables are in. Fast foods...2020
  • • 'Now, It Feels Right.' Players, Coaches React to PLL-MLL Merger
    The announcement sent shock waves throughout the lacrosse world during a time when it seems like the only certainty is uncertainty.  A little more than two years after Paul Rabil broke away from Major League Lacrosse to co-found the Premier Lacrosse League, men’s professional outdoor lacrosse is again a single entity. Only this time, it’s the PLL.  News broke Wednesday morning that lacrosse’s two ...2020
  • • Homegrown Summer: How a Revived Tournament Boomed in Minnesota
    AdministratorsMembershipThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Homegrown Lacrosse in Minnesota was swift to act. Recognizing the desire by local lacrosse players to play after missing their spring seasons because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the non-profit organization resurre...2020
  • • Resilience in New Mexico: Albuquerque All In on Lacrosse
    ADMAdministratorsThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Luke Abeling might not have known fully the positive effect Albuquerque Youth Lacrosse was having on the sport’s development in New Mexico had he not recently volunteered for a competitor. Despite ABQYL’s return to pla...2020
  • • From the CEO: Committed to Change
    AdministratorsCoachesDiversityMembershipOfficialsParentsPlayersParticipants from a Sankofa Lacrosse Clinic in New York prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. This article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. The days and months of 2020 have been a blur of near daily upheaval. A series of exi...2020
  • • Twins Diego and Ernesto Valenzuela Building Bridges With Los Aztecas
    DiversityThis article appears in the upcoming November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Before the Los Aztecas men’s lacrosse team ever even took the floor at the 2019 Sin City Box Classic in Las Vegas, the players made it a mission to represent their Mexican heritage. Months earlier, Diego Valenzuela an...2020
  • • 15 Ways Lacrosse Will Come Back Stronger
    AdministratorsCoachesOfficialsParentsPlayersPrograms & GrantsThis article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support.    The COVID-19 pandemic has perhaps irreversibly altered the youth, amateur and professional sports landscape. With changes come new opportunities. Here are 15 ...2020
  • • Blaxers Blog Shows Lacrosse in a Different Lens
    DiversityA friendship 20 years stagnant was reignited on a lacrosse field in Connecticut on Nov. 16, 2015 — and no place was more fitting for such an encounter. Mark Paul drove his son, Jalen, from their home near Boston to the National Invitational 175 recruiting event. Paul scanned the crowd of parents and players looking for someone with whom he could talk shop, his usual tradition at his son’s...2020

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  • • The Empathy that Brought the Iroquois and Irish Together as One
    Each morning, Lyle Thompson jogs around his home in the Six Nations reserve south of Toronto. Four laps around his property equal a mile. He mixes up his routine with sprints and longer runs. Next, he stretches and lifts kettlebells. Finally, he grabs his lacrosse stick and fires on a goal in his yard for up to an hour, sometimes longer. Home-cooked meals with lots of vegetables are in. Fast foods...2020
  • • How Val Curran Helped Transform New Jersey Lacrosse
    Programs & GrantsThis article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Scanning the sidelines of a lacrosse game in South...2020
  • • BC Expects Sam Apuzzo to be Even Better in 2019
    This article appears in the January edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. While most people spend Thanksgiving looking back on a great year, Boston College senior Sam Apuzzo spent time around the holiday looking to her future. Also, she was warmer than most of her friends While a cold snap hit most of the Northeast in late November, Apuzzo was one of s...2019
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    This article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. The kibbutz. Just saying the word brings a smile to Tom Schreiber’s face, his bristly blonde beard widening at the cheeks as he describes the 83-year-old communal settlement the U.S. men’s national team called home for two weeks in Israel. While most ...2018
  • • Galloway's Role Magnified in Wake of Kelly Injury
    NETANYA, Israel — As the co-captain and starting goalie for the U.S. national team, John Galloway was going to play a crucial role in this Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s World Championship regardless of what transpired Saturday against Australia. But when backup goalie Jack Kelly tumbled to the Wingate Institute turf with a non-contact injury and came up hugging his left knee, Galloway...2018
  • • Galloway's Role Magnified in Light of Kelly Injury
    NETANYA, Israel — As the co-captain and starting goalie for the U.S. national team, John Galloway was going to play a crucial role in this Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s World Championship regardless of what transpired Saturday against Australia. But when backup goalie Jack Kelly tumbled to the Wingate Institute grass with a non-contact injury and came up hugging his left knee, Gallowa...2018
  • • Best Game Ever? An Oral History of the 1998 World Championship
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Best Game Ever?
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Scott Marr Has Albany on Doorstep of First Final Four — Again
    This article appears in the May/June edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. T hree days after this season of enormous expectations had taken its first wrong turn — after Albany had brought its bruised but unbeaten top-ranked team to UMBC on April 6 and limped out of Baltimore tasting a stunning 11-7 loss to the 3-7 Retrievers — the Gr...2018
  • • Greg Gurenlian and Trevor Baptiste, the Master and the Apprentice
    This article appears in the May/June edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. I t usually begins with a text message from Trevor Baptiste, something like this: “Hey guys, what’s up? Want to take some reps?” But when you’ve taken — and won — as many faceoffs as Greg Gurenlian has, you know when enough is enough. “I’m too old for that,” t...2018

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  • • The Empathy that Brought the Iroquois and Irish Together as One
    2020
  • • Bridge Lacrosse Providing Pathway to Play
    2020
  • • Homegrown Summer: How a Revived Tournament Boomed in Minnesota
    2020
  • • Battle Tested: Mobile Youth Lacrosse Still Thriving After a Decade
    2020
  • • New Era for Say-Lax: A Resurgence for the Saugerties (N.Y.) Youth Program
    2020
  • • Treasure Valley Youth Lacrosse League Founder Maggie Williams Retiring
    2020
  • • Laconia (N.H.) Lacrosse Club Providing Outlet for Kids During Pandemic
    AdministratorsCoachesMembershipParentsPlayersThis article appears in the November edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. In recent years, the Laconia (N.H.) Lacrosse Club has found a simple recipe for success — make it fun. “We try to build it into a community, not just a sport,” said Paul Marinace, the girls’...2020
  • • Resilience in New Mexico: Albuquerque All In on Lacrosse
    2020
  • • Inside the November 2020 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    Jules Heningburg might not have played in the PLL Championship Series this summer, but the Redwoods LC attackman still made an impact in the lacrosse world. In the wake of a renewed discussion surrounding racial injustice in this country, Heningburg banded together with other Black players in the PLL to form the Black Lacrosse Alliance. It turns out activism is not uncommon in the Heningburg famil...2020
  • • Twins Diego and Ernesto Valenzuela Building Bridges With Los Aztecas
    2020

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  • • Jack Allard: COVID-19 'Took Me to My Knees,' Grateful for Lacrosse Family
    Jack Allard likened it to a long nap. He fell asleep in one hospital bed in New Jersey and woke up in another in Philadelphia. The normally clean-shaven 26-year-old had a thick ginger beard and a tube penetrating his neck, the other end of it attached to a ventilator. Twenty days had passed. Allard had no idea he had gone viral — literally and figuratively. “I always thought my next US Lacrosse Ma...2020
  • • Promising Ivy League Lacrosse Season Comes to Abrupt and Painful End
    Gerry Byrne sympathizes with seasons suddenly lost. Notre Dame even had a playbook, of sorts, when it came to abrupt and unsatisfying endings and locker rooms full of virile 18- to 22-year-old young men reduced to tears. The Fighting Irish advanced to the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament every year during Byrne’s 13 seasons as an assistant coach, making it to the championship weekend four times and ...2020
  • • Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Division III Men's Top 20
    Salisbury's run to its first NCAA title since 2012 leaves the Sea Gulls atop the final Top 20 of the 2016 season in Division III Men's Lacrosse. Where did the tournament leave the rest of the Top 20?...2016
  • • Lacrosse Magazine 2015 Person of the Year Finalists
    Who should be Lacrosse Magazine's 2015 Person of the Year? As we prepare to announce our selection Monday, here's one last look at the finalists....2015
  • • Special Edition: Lacrosse Magazine Salutes the Military
    From its prestige at the academies to its presence among modern warfare specialists and healing power for wounded warriors, lacrosse has such strong ties to our armed forces, we devoted an entire edition to them....2014
  • • Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Division III Women's Top 20
    Middlebury's run to the NCAA title clinched the No. 1 spot in the Top 20 as we bid farewell to the 2016 season. NCAA runner-up Trinity takes the No. 2 spot, with Cortland falling to third with its lone loss of the year....2016
  • • Inside the September Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
    You already know Uganda is on the cover, but there's plenty more inside the current issue of Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse and its 400,000-plus members....2014
  • • Best of Lacrosse 2015 Winners and Fan Picks
    You voted. We debated. The results are in. Lacrosse Magazine presents the best players, coaches and moments of the year in lacrosse....2015
  • • Nike/LM 2016 Division II Women's Preseason Top 15
    Can two-time defending national champion Adelphi make it a three-peat? The Panthers start the season ranked first in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Division II Women's Preseason Top 15....2016
  • • Myles The Man for Duke Lacrosse
    A big guy with big personality, Duke’s Myles Jones inhabits a world bursting with possibilities - featured in this month's Lacrosse Magazine...2015
  • • Nike/LM Division I Women's Preseason Top 20
    Defending NCAA champion Maryland takes the top spot in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Top 20 as we launch our countdown to the 2015 season!...2015
  • • Lasota's Return Brings Confidence Back to Northwestern
    Selena Lasota is back where she is happiest – playing lacrosse. The junior attacker has returned to No. 13 Northwestern after the toughest year of her life. “In the beginning, it was tough,” said Northwestern coach Kelly Amonte Hiller. “You get back and you’re trying to get back in the groove and get your confidence back after being out so long. Now, having a couple games under your belt, it’s pre...2018
  • • Doug Knight's Unlikely Path to the Hall of Fame, as Told By Dom Starsia
    I did not realize it was late in my final spring as the head coach at Brown University.  I had gone over to Westminster School outside of Hartford to see one of our recruits, Dennis Fitzgibbons, a post-grad set to attend Brown in the fall.  It was simply a courtesy call, as much as anything. It did not take long, however, to turn my attention unexpectedly to a wildly athletic, undersized, unorthod...2017
  • • Syrian Sisters Find Refuge in Lacrosse
    This article originally appeared in the June 2016 edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. Y ara Oudat doesn’t need to look far on most game days. There, in the front row, she’ll find her mother, Lama, and her sister, Lana. She’ll hear them, too, screaming louder than anyone else at the University of the District of Columbia women’s lacrosse games. Lama O...2017

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  • • Pro Form: WMLL Fantasy Draft
    What if a six-team Woman’s Major League Lacrosse (WMLL) launched in 2015? Lacrosse Magazine staged a mock inaugural draft, fantasy-style with spots for 12 starters and four reserves....2014

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  • • Soldiers to Sidelines Offers Virtual Coaching Webinar
    2021
  • • The Show Goes On: Virtual LaxCon Will Be Immersive Experience
    2020
  • • The Empathy that Brought the Iroquois and Irish Together as One
    2020
  • • 'Now, It Feels Right.' Players, Coaches React to PLL-MLL Merger
    2020
  • • Homegrown Summer: How a Revived Tournament Boomed in Minnesota
    2020
  • • Resilience in New Mexico: Albuquerque All In on Lacrosse
    2020
  • • Inside the November 2020 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    2020
  • • Remembering Hall of Famer Dick Watts
    AdministratorsCoachesFoundationPress ReleaseRichard (Dick) Watts, a member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame who served as the men’s lacrosse head coach at UMBC for 23 years, passed away Sunday. He was 92 years old. Watts led the Retrievers to the 1980 NCAA Division II championship and was named the USILA’s Coach of the Year that season. The championship was the high point of a coaching career...2020
  • • 15 Ways Lacrosse Will Come Back Stronger
    2020
  • • From the Field: We're Here for You
    AdministratorsCoachesDiversityMembershipOfficialsParentsPlayersAn edited version of this article appears in the September/October print edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support. Finding a Home in Lacrosse Fourth- and fifth-grade girls at Four Heroes Elementary School in Lakewood, Wash., show off their new sticks ...2020

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  • • The Show Goes On: Virtual LaxCon Will Be Immersive Experience
    2020
  • • Inside the March 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    Caitlyn Wurzburger has been making her impact on the high school lacrosse game since she was in middle school. She starred for American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), eventually leading to her commitment to Syracuse in 2016 — making her the youngest recruit in girls' lacrosse history. Now committed to North Carolina, Wurzburger is continuing to dominate high school lacrosse while competing for a spot on ...2019
  • • How the Adaptive Lacrosse Movement Has Increased Access to the Sport
    H istorians believe Harford Road originated as a Native American hunting trail. It’s no wonder, then, that this little slice of central Maryland, an 18-mile highway that curves alongside streams feeding into the Chesapeake Bay, would become the epicenter of a lacrosse movement. Eight years ago, Marty Delaney of Parkville, Md., wanted to spread the word about Parkville Adaptive Lacrosse, which sinc...2018
  • • Lacrosse Saved My Life: A Story of Friendship and Survival
    This article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. It contains graphic content intended for a mature audience.    The story relates to the subject of mental illness and one lacrosse official’s specific experiences with attempted suicide — as well as the roles the sport and various people within it have played in his recovery. It’s a story of friendship and survival, one...2018
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    2018
  • • Why We'll Continue to Celebrate People of Color in Lacrosse
    This article appears in the May/June edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. My phone keeps buzzing. My computer keeps dinging. Email is at capacity. Our social media accounts are ablaze. People keep dropping by my cubicle to pick up extra copies, holding them up and asking how we plan to keep the subject of race and racism in the spot...2018
  • • Inside the May/June 2018 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    Digital Edition Redemption is the buzz word as the U.S. men’s national team embarks on a journey to the Middle East in its quest to recapture the world championship. The U.S., which lost to Canada in the 2014 FIL Men’s World Championship final on home soil in Denver, will compete among 48 countries July 21-28, when the quadrennial event comes to the Mediterranean resort city of Netanya, Israel. Th...2018
  • • Ohio State's Eric Fannell: 'I Love Lacrosse More Than Myself'
    E ric Fannell’s reputation — intimidating, aloof, with the lore of an unseen Canadian talent — preceded him. And in some ways, people were right about him. The kid dressed in all black and wore his hat low, covering a buzz cut. He kept answers about himself to one word, avoided eye contact. Fannell, as Ohio State men’s lacrosse captain Tyler Pfister put it, was “rough around the edges.” That was P...2017
  • • Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Monday, Feb. 20
    Author : Matt DaSilvaCategory: FuelBody: Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world: 1.  It was a weekend of wild finishes in college lacrosse. On the men’s side: Johns Hopkins’ Joel Tinney, the hidden-ball hero who went viral earlier this month, scored off on a fake-flip play in overtime to lift the Blue Jays to a 14-13 win Saturday over Loyola. Syracuse’s Ni...2017

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