“Lacrosse Magazine February 2014” Issue Released Featuring Albany’s Lyle Thompson, Preseason Players Of The Year And College Season Preview


Lacrosse Magazine February 2014

COVER STORY – Lacrosse Magazine 2014 College Preview
Spring is here, and that means it’s time for teams across the country to prepare for the road that culminates in May with the elusive NCAA tournament. Lacrosse Magazine takes an in-depth look at teams across the spectrum of men’s and women’s lacrosse with scouting reports, analysis and more.
Lacrosse Magazine #LMRanks Online Previews
Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Players of the Year
Men’s DI: Lyle Thompson – Albany
Women’s DI: Alyssa Murray – Syracuse
Men’s DII: Andrew Wagner – Mercyhurst
Women’s DII: Jackie Sileo – LIU Post
Men’s DIII: Corey Elmer – Cabrini
Women’s DIII: Ashton Wheatley
COLUMNS
From the Editor: Women’s Game Has Momentum
His Space: The Denver Experiment
Her Space: My Post-Lacrosse Life
Boyle Point: Climb Out of the Chaos
DEPARTMENTS
Lifestyles
Denver Broncos VP Mac Freeman credits his short-lived lacrosse career for where he is now as one of the top team officials in Denver and President of the Denver Outlaws MLL franchise.
The Scoop
Two-time World Cup gold medal winner Devon Wills attempts to make her way into the MLL after earning a shot with the Long Island Lizards; Philadelphia’s Wings reconstruct radically but keep core of American talent; Erin Smith’s 10 years at US Lacrosse help education programs build for betterment.
Your Edge
Pass Interference
Boston Cannons defender and Triology Lacrosse rep Mitch Belisle demonstrates how to cut off skip planes after defending on ball.
The Sweet Spot
Princeton’s Erin McMunn – the Ivy League Attacker of the Year – is good in close quarters. How can you emulate her success?
Give and Go
Brittany Coppa is an All-ACC senior midfielder, but that doesn’t mean she won’t pull the odd prank on certain North Carolina assistant coaches.

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