|Lacrosse Magazine: March
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Lacrosse Magazine, owned and published by US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, is circulated to over 400,000 members of the organization as one of the benefits of membership.
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Lacrosse Magazine connects the sport's community, educates players, coaches and officials, entertains fans and keeps the membership of US Lacrosse informed.
In the Latest Issue — March 2014
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.
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
Region Top 10/Player of the Year Watch Lists
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
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.
Don't avert your eyes, just enjoy the show, with the best
lacrosse conference in history going at it this spring.
by Corey McLaughlin
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.
Former Duke player Maddie Salamone gives NCAA athletes a voice as SAAC president.
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.
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.
Learn tips and strategy from 2012 DIII Defenseman of the Year Andrew Sellers and Team USA's Karri Ellen Johnson.
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As the sport’s national governing body, US Lacrosse exists to develop lacrosse while preserving its integrity. The organization employs Lacrosse Magazine to communicate to its members and the greater lacrosse community philosophies and policies designed to ensure lacrosse’s growth in a manner that reflects US Lacrosse’s mission and vision. Articles and advertisements in apparent conflict with the organization’s mission and vision are subject to review and action by an Editorial Review Board. The magazine predates the organization, having been owned and published by the former Lacrosse Foundation from 1978 to the 1998 inception of US Lacrosse.