|Lacrosse Magazine: May
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In the Latest Issue — May 2013
COVER STORY — New York Wizard:
2013 MLL Preview
Joe Spallina worked his magic in the offseason to assemble the new-look New York Lizards, oozing with talent and reflecting the Spallina brand of bravado. Plus, a team-by-team look at the Major League Lacrosse season.
By Mark Macyk and Corey McLaughlin
8 Teams on the Brink
Why the time has come for eight perennial NCAA tournament bridesmaids this spring. On the men's side, it's Maryland, Cornell, Notre Dame and Stevenson. For the women, North Carolina, Syracuse, Duke and Cortland.
By Matt DaSilva
Florida's Super Seniors
It's the last ride for Florida's super seniors, the No. 1-rated recruiting class that coach Mandee O'Leary had two years to build. They're looking to deliver on a few promises.
By Clare Lochary
Notre Dame's Low-Key Keeper
John Kemp is an unimposing guy, but he brings a subtle swagger to South Bend. The Fighting Irish goalie sets the tone for the nation's most formidable defense. Can Kemp take Notre Dame all the way?
By Gary Lambrecht
The U.S. National Teams Program is about more than just gold medals. Team USA gives young players the chance to interact with truly excellent players, who inspire greatness on and off the field.
By Lane Errington
Team USA's Katrina Dowd just does things differently, from her style to her tape job to her shot. Johns Hopkins' Rob Guida shares tips on split dodging and avoiding head games.
The lacrosse community mourns, remembers and celebrates Seton Hill coach Kristie Quigley. Plus "Lifestyles" catches up with the rocket scientist who started LaxPower.
Give and Go
Clayton Crum, the inaugural Amtahcha Award winner, tells LM about her cell phone addiction and her hopes for varsity lacrosse at the University of Texas.
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