Daily Archives: October 3, 2011

“Lacrosse Magazine” Oct 2011 Cover Preview Features North Carolina Men’s Lacrosse Two High-Profile Transfers: Davey Emala And Jack McBride

COVER STORY: Final Four or Bust. North Carolina landed two high-profile transfers in Davey Emala and Jack McBride, making the Tar Heels' arsenal the envy of the ACC. Will they deliver? SEVEN DEGREES OF FAME: A small-world experiment with this year's National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductees: Bruce Allison, Traci Davis, Dave Huntley, Jake Lawlor, Suzanne Honeysett McKinny, Jon Reese and Sandra Lanahan Zvosec. GREAT SPORT: A look at US Lacrosse's initiative to move the youth game from good to great. By Paul Krome and Brian Logue. CAUSE AND EFFECT: Fall ball is about more than just lacrosse. Sweet Satisfaction: The curse is over. After 10 years toiling, the Boston Cannons are MLL champions -- finally. USL U15 CHAMPIONSHIPS: Complete coverage of the 2011 US Lacrosse U15 National Championships, a repeat performance by the Yellow Jackets (N.Y.) girls and a breakthrough performance by For the Love of the Game (N.Y.) boys. Grace Under Fire: This rivalry ain't dead yet. How Team USA, likeable Goliath, held off an Australian assault to win U19 gold.

“Lacrosse Magazine” Releases September 2011 “Digital Edition”




Lacrosse Movies: “A Warrior’s Heart” Starring Kellan Lutz And Ashley Greene Will “Debut” On December 2

Xenon Pictures and California Pictures in association with Family Productions and Camelot Entertainment Group have announced plans to release Miss Greene's highly anticipated movie "A Warrior's Heart". Co-starring Kellan Lutz with a December 2nd debut date, a synopsis of the movie reads: "In shock and denial over his Marine father's death in battle, high school lacrosse star Conor Sullivan starts acting out in self destructive ways until he's kicked off the team and sent to a wilderness lacrosse camp run by his dad's Native American combat buddy (Adam Beach). With support from his girlfriend Brooklyn (Ashley Greene), Conor embraces the game's Native American roots and opens his eyes to the true meaning of sportsmanship and life."