“Lacrosse Magazine September 2013” Issue Released Featuring Team USA Women’s Lacrosse World Cup Victory, Notre Dame Women’s Lacrosse Freshman Attacker Cortney Fortunato And US Lacrosse U15 National Championships Review

Lacrosse Magazine September 2013 Issue Cover

COVER STORY — Dream Team
“We wanted to play the best lacrosse ever played.”
– Team USA goalie Megan Huether
With a star-studded lineup and infectious work ethic, the U.S. women staged the most dominant performance in FIL World Cup history – setting the bar higher for women’s lacrosse in the process.
By Clare Lochary
Online Extras: Coverage/photos from Oshawa | Looking Forward to 2017
Freshman 15s
Let the Cortney Fortunato era begin. The Notre Dame star attacker headlines Lacrosse Magazine’s annual list of 15 men and 15 women set to make a splash right away in college.
By Corey McLaughlin
The LXM Effect
With the Pro Tour now in its fifth year and nabbing big names like Peter Baum and Billy Bitter, the debate rages on. Is the professional lacrosse world big enough for two leagues?
By Joel Censer
Brooklyn Revival
New York’s most populous borough had a booming lacrosse scene prior to World War II. It’s making a comeback, thanks to two programs that have taken advantage of US Lacrosse resources.
By Mark Macyk
Disney Redux
Top Guns’ dueling Samanthas, 3d Select’s triumph for the West and dramatic finishes headline LM’s coverage of the US Lacrosse U15 National Championships and Champion All-American Showcase.
by Paul Krome and Brian Logue

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