Inside the March Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
As the college and high school lacrosse seasons get into full swing, the March issue of Lacrosse Magazine is hitting the doorsteps and mailboxes of US Lacrosse members. A jam-packed issue covers a wide variety of topics and North Carolina goalie Caylee Waters graces the cover.
Ohio State and U.S. under-19 men's coach Nick Myers is reunited with his brother and childhood friend — all natives of southern Maine — on the a coaching staff that looks to lead the U.S. to gold this summer. (Marc Piscotty)
Is North Carolina's Caylee Waters the next great women's lacrosse goalie? And a look at how expecations for goalies in the Division I women's game have changed in the last decade.
BY MEGAN SCHNEIDER
The Kennebunk Kid
From the blue-collar side of a tourist town in Maine, Ohio State and U.S. U19 coach Nick Myers has reunited with his brother and childhood friend in pursuit of a gold medal.
BY COREY McLAUGHLIN
They Stand With You
How several openly gay lacrosse players and coaches found refuge in the lacrosse community.
BY JUSTIN FEIL
Nike/LM 2016 High School Preview
National Top 25s, Regional Top 10s and players to watch from all corners of the country.
BY LACROSSE MAGAZINE STAFF
The Big Ten Network televised 28 men's and women's lacrosse games last season. (Anne Ryan)
Our photographers being you early season action from across the country.
#LaxCon became #SnowCon this year. The weather didn't dampen keynote speaker Amy Van Dyken Rouen's message, though. Plus, Connor McKemey, Jon Torpey and the unbreakable bond between player and coach.
Scoop: Lax on TV
Where it's been, where it is and where it's going. We take a look at conference networks broadcasting lacrosse, the pros and cons of live streaming, and catch up with the director of ESPN's upcoming "30 for 30" on the Duke lacrosse scandal. "Fantastic Lies" debuts March 13.
The Lady Gaga effect. What lacrosse's changing culture is a byproduct of the very growth we seek.
BY BILL TANTON
Three habits of highly coachable players and how to make a smooth transition to the next level.
BY KATE HICKMAN
Johns Hopkins' Dene DiMartino shows off the tricks of the draw trade. (Josh Rottman)
Your belly button does have a use. Just ask Ohio Machine midfielder Tom Schreiber. Johns Hopkins' Dene DiMartino can beat you three ways on the draw. Trilogy Lacrosse's Mitch Belisle tells coaches how to practice transition defense and US Lacrosse's Charlie Obermayer gives officials some perspective.
Give and Go
Zach Currier, the one-time NHL prospect turned Princeton midfielder, never forgets his Canadian roots.
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