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2014 FIL Men’s World Lacrosse Championships Broadcast Schedule On ESPN Released Featuring Team USA Vs Canada On July 10


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“Lacrosse Magazine June 2014” Issue Released Featuring Team USA Men’s Preview And The Tewaaraton Award (The Heisman Of Lacrosse)


COVER STORY – Star Power The biggest names in the game come together this summer in Denver, where Team USA seeks to take home a second straight gold medal against a powerful slate of opponents headlined by 2006 world champion and 2010 runner-up Canada.  FEATURES The Heisman of Lacrosse  From its physical heft to its metaphorical meaning, the Tewaaraton Award carries some serious weight in the lacrosse world. Several past winners tell us the stories of their trophies. by Mark Macyk | Online Extra: 2014 Tewaaraton Finalists Team USA Preview  An in-depth intreview over oysters with lacrosse mega-star Paul Rabil, a feature on the self-dscribed dorky defenseman known as Fletch and the unlikely union of Rob Pannell and Steele Stanwick headline this special 15-page package leading into July's FIL World Championships in Denver.  Devon Wills' Pro Day  Lacrosse Magazine follows the world-renowned women's lacrosse goalie in her historic pursuit of a roster spot in Major League Lacrosse, becoming the first female to break the MLL barrier with the New York Lizards. by Corey McLaughlin | Online Coverage: Wills Impresses at Pro Day | Photo Gallery | Wills Makes History, NY Practice Squad  Jump to Inclusion  US Lacrosse hopes to 'move the nedle' to diversify the sport so it reflects the demographics of all communities. by Paul Ohanion  COLUMNS From the Editor: Season of Upstarts His Space: Don't Assume Anything Her Space: Checking Your Ego DEPARTMENTS Nike/USL High School Rundown  Who rules the roost as high school state playoffs go down to the wire? Keep up with the latest on LaxMagazine.com - Weekly Nike/US Lacrosse Top 25 pool updates and more: Boys | Girls  Lifestyles  Once a member of New Hampshire's NCAA championship squad in the early 1980's, Katey Stone is a leading light in the women's hockey world, having coached the U.S. women at the recent Sochi Olympics. She talks on the similarities between players of the two sports and her expriences at the top of both games. Your Edge  Loyola's Australian Sensation Marlee Paton puts on a free-position shooting clinic, while Team USA's Ned Crotty breaks down how to victimize a short stick d-middie if you happen to find yourself covered by one. Give and Go  Penn State's Maggie McCormick wanted to be a marine biologist, but she's found herself on a career path that supports her aptitude for working with people. She answers our questions on lacrosse and life in this month's Give and Go interview.

COVER STORY – Star Power
The biggest names in the game come together this summer in Denver, where Team USA seeks to take home a second straight gold medal against a powerful slate of opponents headlined by 2006 world champion and 2010 runner-up Canada.
FEATURES
The Heisman of Lacrosse
From its physical heft to its metaphorical meaning, the Tewaaraton Award carries some serious weight in the lacrosse world. Several past winners tell us the stories of their trophies.
by Mark Macyk | Online Extra: 2014 Tewaaraton Finalists
Team USA Preview
An in-depth intreview over oysters with lacrosse mega-star Paul Rabil, a feature on the self-dscribed dorky defenseman known as Fletch and the unlikely union of Rob Pannell and Steele Stanwick headline this special 15-page package leading into July’s FIL World Championships in Denver.
Devon Wills’ Pro Day
Lacrosse Magazine follows the world-renowned women’s lacrosse goalie in her historic pursuit of a roster spot in Major League Lacrosse, becoming the first female to break the MLL barrier with the New York Lizards.
by Corey McLaughlin | Online Coverage: Wills Impresses at Pro Day | Photo Gallery | Wills Makes History, NY Practice Squad
Jump to Inclusion
US Lacrosse hopes to ‘move the nedle’ to diversify the sport so it reflects the demographics of all communities.
by Paul Ohanion
COLUMNS
From the Editor: Season of Upstarts
His Space: Don’t Assume Anything
Her Space: Checking Your Ego
DEPARTMENTS
Nike/USL High School Rundown
Who rules the roost as high school state playoffs go down to the wire? Keep up with the latest on LaxMagazine.com – Weekly Nike/US Lacrosse Top 25 pool updates and more: Boys | Girls
Lifestyles
Once a member of New Hampshire’s NCAA championship squad in the early 1980’s, Katey Stone is a leading light in the women’s hockey world, having coached the U.S. women at the recent Sochi Olympics. She talks on the similarities between players of the two sports and her expriences at the top of both games.
Your Edge
Loyola’s Australian Sensation Marlee Paton puts on a free-position shooting clinic, while Team USA’s Ned Crotty breaks down how to victimize a short stick d-middie if you happen to find yourself covered by one.
Give and Go
Penn State’s Maggie McCormick wanted to be a marine biologist, but she’s found herself on a career path that supports her aptitude for working with people. She answers our questions on lacrosse and life in this month’s Give and Go interview.

“Lacrosse Magazine April 2014” Issue Released Featuring Team USA’s Lee Zink, Duke Men’s Casey Carroll And US Lacrosse “First Stick Program”


Lacrosse Magazine April 2014

COVER STORY – Worth the Wait They’ve toiled for years in pursuit of the opportunity that lay before them now – to represent their country on home soil. With the FIL World Championship just three months away, LM profiles three U.S. Team hopefuls on destiny’s doorstep- Lee Zink, Kevin Leveille and Chris Eck. FEATURES Casey’s Homecoming After four deployments as a U.S. Army Ranger, 29-year-old defenseman Casey Carroll feels lucky to be a Duke Blue Devil again. by Corey McLaughlin | Online Extra – “Tuesday’s With Corey” column on Carroll from earlier this spring. “I’m Kind of Unique” An injury at birth left Liberty’s Natalie Emery with limited use of her right arm, an obstacle the powerhouse lefty and Tennessee native now considers a gift. By Laurel Pfahler First Stick in Key West Not everyone in the Florida Keys is on vacation. Devoid of lacrosse in the southernmost point of the continental U.S., a few transplants used the US Lacrosse First Stick Program to get the sport off the ground. By Paul Ohanion COLUMNS From the Editor: Sports and Geopolitics His Space: Legend and Spirit Honored Her Space: For the Love of Lacrosse Boyle Point: The Trouble With Labels DEPARTMENTS High School Rundown Gaze on the early-season stars from the South and marquee games that could cause tectonic shifts in the Nike/US Lacrosse National Top 25 polls. The Scoop The Army-Navy rivalry comes to women’s lacrosse, the MLL and LXM Pro Tour play nice and former Princeton star Sean Hartofilis breaks into the movie business. World Lacrosse 2014 Navy’s Old Goats will be out in full force for the World Festivals in Denver. Your Edge Former Florida star and current Team USA midfielder Brittany Dashiell gives her tips for play between the lines. Give and Go Team USA assistant and Penn State University head coach Jeff Tambroni is on the hot seat this month. What did the former Hobart midfielder have to say to our questions?

“Lacrosse Magazine March 2014” Issue Released Featuring San Diego’s Jake Seau, Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview And US Men’s National Team


Lacrosse Magazine March 2014 Issue

COVER STORY – Jake Seau – No Regrets
Jake Seau, the son of late NFL legend Junior Seau, has carved out his own niche in lacrosse as one of the nation’s top high school players out of San Diego.
FEATURES
Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview
Lacrosse Magazine canvasses the country for the top stories, teams and players in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Preview
Boys’ National Top 25
Girls’ National Top 25
Region Top 10/Player of the Year Watch Lists
Northeast: Boys | Girls
Midwest: Boys | Girls
South: Boys | Girls
Mid-Atlantic: Boys | Girls
West: Boys | Girls
American Hustle
On a U.S. training team featuring some of the biggest names in lacrosse, everybody’s talking about Matt Abbott. Find out why, and get starry-eyed with analysis of the 30 players to advance.
by Sean Burns and Corey McLaughlin
7-Point Check
As lacrosse explodes nationally, parents encounter more questions than answers. LM consulted some of the sport’s brightest minds and most respected leaders and came away with seven keys to a positive experience.
ACC Eclipse
Don’t avert your eyes, just enjoy the show, with the best lacrosse conference in history going at it this spring.
by Corey McLaughlin
COLUMNS
From the Editor: Don’t Be That Guy
His Space: Call Geppi-Aikens to the Hall
Boyle Point: Specialization’s False Logic
DEPARTMENTS
World Lacrosse 2014
Four years into its existence, the Israeli Lacrosse Association is thriving on a simple precept: “If you’re Jewish, you’re Israeli,” ILA founder Scott Neiss said.
The Scoop
Six years after surviving an explosion, Connor McKemy finds his calling at high point, and ageless wonder John Tavares remains as tenation as ever in the NLL.
Off the Field
Hang out with Albany’s Miles Thompson and learn a thing or two about Native American heritage – and why he trashed his Washington Redskins blanket.

World Lacrosse Championships: “Road To The Rockies: Making Team USA Lacrosse” (Video)


“New England Lacrosse Journal” Releases Nov-Dec 2013 Issue Featuring Team USA Middie Matt Striebel


New England Lacrosse Journal Nov Dec 2013 Issue

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NCAA Lacrosse: Stanford Women’s Lacrosse Travels To 2013 Navy Fall Invitational To Face North Carolina, Delaware, Syracuse & Boston College On Oct 12; Cardinal Then Play Team USA On Oct 13


Stanford Women's Lacrosse 2013 vs Team USA

It’s only fall and the Stanford lacrosse team has only trained together for a short time in preparation for a season that begins officially in February. But this weekend is significant for the Cardinal.
On Saturday, Stanford plays defending national champion North Carolina and NCAA semifinalist Syracuse, among other opponents, at the Navy Fall Invitational.
On Sunday, the Cardinal plays the U.S. national team in a game that will air nationally on ESPN3.com from the Stars & Stripes Tournament in Towson, Md.

Stanford Women's Lacrosse 2013 Navy Fall Invitational Schedule

The Navy tournament is a 15-team affair, and includes eight NCAA tournament teams from 2012. Stanford is among them.

The Cardinal opens against North Carolina (10:30 a.m. ET, 7:30 a.m. PT), and follows with games against Delaware (11:30 a.m. ET, 8:30 a.m. PT), Syracuse (2:30 p.m. ET, 11:30 a.m. PT), and Boston College (4:30 p.m. ET, 1:30 p.m. PT). Only Delaware did not reach the NCAA tournament last year. Also, games will be 45 minutes long.

“It’s a great opportunity for our freshmen to get in right away and start to understand the speed at which the game at our level is played at,” Bokker said. “Syracuse and UNC are known as two of the fastest teams in the country.

“Playing those four high-caliber games in one day gives us an opportunity to get better throughout the day and work on different things that we’ve been working on at practice.

“Definitely, we won’t be results focused. We’ll be working on things that we’ve been working on in practice and put them into place, and try them against opponents who are going hard and fast and compete at a high level.”

On Sunday, Stanford heads to Towson University. Stanford will be one of four 2013 NCAA tournament teams that will play the U.S. national team that weekend. The others are Navy, Georgetown, and Towson.

Stanford opens against Towson (9:30 a.m. ET, 6:30 a.m. PT) and concludes with the U.S. (11 a.m. ET, 8 a.m. PT). It will mark the second consecutive fall that Stanford has met the U.S. Last year, the U.S. team played at Stanford.

“It’s awesome for our players to put themselves against the best,” Bokker said. “Quite a few have aspirations of playing at that level. It’s good for them to see what it takes to get there. They’ll get a really good sense of the high level of play, and it can build a lot of confidence if you can make a play or score a goal a goal against the best players in the world. “

The connection between Stanford and the U.S. team is Bokker, who recently extended her duties as a U.S. assistant coach through the team’s 2017 World Cup run. She helped the U.S. to the 2013 World Cup title.

Bokker will be scrambling to some extent. Her priority for the weekend will be her duties for the U.S. team, which means she will be on the U.S. sideline when the national team plays Stanford.

The weekend will serve many purposes, including this one: “It’s important for our program to show that we’re willing to put ourselves up against the best,” Bokker said.

Plus, the exposure from ESPN certainly will help get the word out, particularly to the East Coast, that Stanford, winner of eight Mountain Pacific Sports Federation titles in nine years, is a rising power in the sport.

Stanford will return home for its alumnae game (Oct. 19), and the Stanford Play Day, involving six schools in a series of short games on Oct. 26 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.  The fall season concludes Nov. 1 with an intrasquad matchup (4 p.m.).

Stanford is coming off a 14-6 season that featured the program’s first NCAA tournament victory – an 8-7 triumph over Notre Dame. Stanford’s Rachel Ozer and Anna Kim are returning IWLCA All-Region players and were among six Cardinal named to the All-MPSF team.

So far, Bokker has been impressed with how the team’s five seniors –Kim, Ozer, Megan Lerner, Lyndsey Munoz, and Nina Swanson – have taken on leadership roles. Among the freshmen, Kelsey Murray and Elizabeth Cusick have been especially impressive.

“This will be a test to see how everyone fares, how they do against this high level,” Bokker said. “It will be really fun for us.”

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