August 28, 2014

About Lacrosse Magazine

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.

Lacrosse Magazine Mission Statement

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 — September 2014

 
Lacrosse Magazine: September 2014

COVER STORY — 'For Uganda, For Africa'

From a country once torn by violence, with poverty and disease on its doorstep, rose an unlikely beacon. The Uganda lacrosse team made its debut at the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship. The story leads a special 14-page section.
by Matt DaSilva

Online Extras —
Lasting Legacy | Covers That Weren't | The 'Dream 2014' Journey | Photo Gallery: Uganda at World Championship | Links: Dream 2014 to Denver

FEATURES

Legends Never Die

The legacies of Kyle Miller and Chris Sanderson lives on in Dillon Ward, who broke out in a big way on the world stage.
by Corey McLaughlin

Second Fiddle

Everyone knew the expectations: they were colored gold. But Team USA was undone in the final by Canada's perfect, plodding plan.
by Corey McLaughlin

Pro Form

In a sport devoid of opportunities for elite players after college, is Team STX the precursor to professional women's lacrosse? LM looks at that and holds a mock fantasy draft of current players.
by Megan Schneider

LM's Freshman 15s
Fall ball is all about the new kids on the block. Each September, Lacrosse Magazine picks 30 newcomers — 15 men and 15 women — poised to make an immediate impact for college teams.
by Brett Amadon and Mark Macyk

US Lacrosse U15 National Championships Wrap

3d Select surged to its second straight U15 boys' title while the Yellow Jackets (N.Y.) program swept gold, silver and bronze on the girls' side. Plus four regional champs were crowned and all-tournament teams named.
by Brian Logue and Paul Krome

COLUMNS

From the Editor: Lasting Legacy
His Space: The Canadian Way
Her Space: Classic Upgrade

DEPARTMENTS

Lifestyles
The NFL season is about to begin, and we check in with yet another pro football player with a lacrosse background. It's Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam, who lives speedy and eats greedy. Check it out here.

Your Edge
Team USA and Chesapeake Bayhawks do-it-all midfielder Matt Abbott shows you how to stop a dodger with a short-stick while Florida's Shannon Gilroy, the top scorer in the NCAA Division I women's game, explains the chess match of attacking around the crease. Not enough? US Lacrosse's TJ Buchanan and Charlie Obermayer share coach and official-specific tips.

Give and Go
Incoming North Carolina freshman Marie McCool likes to keep up with the Kardashians.

The Scoop
The NLL's Wings will fly north to Mohegan Sun casino this winter, while Kieran McArdle had a rookie season to remember with the MLL's Florida Launch. Plus, Slovakian female official Barbara Zelenay was right in the middle of the biggest event in international men's lacrosse history. And, as always, we take a look at Crosse Culture, where the mainstream crosses into the lacrosse world and back.

We Are US Lacrosse
Uganda, Iroquois, Sankofa and Team USA stage clinic in Commerce City, Colo., during the world championships. Plus, Hall of Fame induction ceremony tickets are now on sale.

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Submissions

Unsolicited story ideas, articles and photographs are welcome, as are "Letters to the Editor." Contact the Lacrosse Magazine staff here.

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Photographs

Photographs appearing in Lacrosse Magazine remain the copyrighted property of the photographer and cannot be sold or distributed to individuals by US Lacrosse staff. Individuals interested in securing reprints of images that appear in LM should contact the photographer directly. Some photographers make their images available for redistribution. Others do not. There may be a fee involved in securing a reprint. The following LM photographers can provide reprints of their images for personal use only (no commercial use):

     * Joe Rogate — joerogate@aol.com
     * John Strohsacker — john@laxphotos.com 
     * Greg Wall — gewall11@aol.com
     * THSphoto.com/Steve DeMeo — www.thsphoto.com   

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US Lacrosse maintains Lacrosse Magazine Online (LMO) at www.laxmagazine.com. LMO features daily lacrosse news and scores directly from lacrosse-playing colleges. LMO also includes originally-produced features and news briefs covering all levels of play. Occasional feature articles printed in Lacrosse Magazine are re-published at LMO, and vice versa. The online component of Lacrosse Magazine will do things that a printed publication can’t – provide news, scores and information in a timely manner.

About Lacrosse Magazine and US Lacrosse

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.


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