Daily Archives: July 25, 2013

“Lacrosse Magazine August 2013” Issue Released Featuring Denver Outlaws Middie Drew Snider, Big Ten Lacrosse Conference, High School Lacrosse Season Review And MLL Championship Preview


Lacrosse Magazine August 2013 Issue

COVER STORY — West Side Story
Drew Snider has made the Denver Outlaws look like geniuses for taking a chance on him. Will it pay off in an MLL Championship this month?
By Corey McLaughlin
Road Map For The Future
The Big Ten is in the house. NCAA Division I men’s and women’s lacrosse landscapes will look vastly different in 2015, thanks to conference realignment. LM looks at the winners and losers.
By Clare Lochary and Corey McLaughlin
A Proper Introduction
US Lacrosse’s physical education/soft lacrosse program has picked up steam in its third year, giving the sport exposure in classrooms and youth centers.
By Paul Ohanian
Blast From The Past
Ward Melville (N.Y.) is back. The Patriots are No. 1 after a renaissance of a season that was capped by a 16-4 shellacking of West Genessee in the state finals.
By Mark Macyk
Georgia On Our Mind
Milton (Ga.) stars Lydia Cassada (Northwestern) and Annie Ruland (USC) are helped shift the balance of power in the south, making the world take notice.
By Clare Lochary
High School Lax Wrap
West Region: Boys | Girls
Midwest Region: Boys | Girls
South Region: Boys | Girls
Mid-Atlantic Region: Boys | Girls
Northeast Region: Boys | Girls
Columns
From the Editor: High School Pride
His Space: Fifty Shades of Jay
Her Space: Heartbreak and Healing
Lifestyles
Tyler Steinhardt has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for wounded warriors and taken Uganda lacrosse under his wings – all before his 20th birthday.
Your Edge
Penn State’s Maggie McCormick shows how she finishes 1-on-1 shots (to the tune of 87 points), while Bayhawks defenseman Mike Simon flashes his range on back checks.
Give and Go
Former Johns Hopkins star and current LXM Pro Tour stalwart Kyle Harrison wants to fly like superman.