February 11, 2016
Trinity's Martha Griffin: 'I'm Addicted to Improvement'
Martha Griffin used to be Trinity's secret weapon. But after eclipsing 100 points last year, the Bantams midfielder and LM Preseason Player of the Year is trending toward stardom.

February 11, 2016
Stevens: Young Swarm Searching for Consistency
The Swarm's first season in Georgia has been up and down. But with a potent and youthful offense, expect the franchise to end its two-year NLL playoff drought, writes Neil Stevens.

February 11, 2016
Nike/LM Preseason All-Americans: Division III Women
Unsurprisingly, six of the 12 top players in NCAA Division III women's lacrosse hail from the mighty NESCAC. But if you're looking for some spoilers, the best defenders are in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

February 11, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: Division III Women's Top 20
Cortland reloads for a repeat, the Kate Livesay era begins at Middlebury, Salisbury lurks like a sleeping giant and Bowdoin is trending toward the final four.

February 10, 2016
Photo Gallery: Monmouth at Towson (NCAA Women)
Towson smothered Monmouth with its stingiest defensive performance in 26 years, defeating the Hawks 9-1 on Wednesday. Photos by John Strohsacker.

February 10, 2016
Beneath the Scars, the Face of High Point Lacrosse
When High Point visits Duke for its season opener Friday, Connor McKemey will be on the sideline, in uniform, living out a dream that seemed all but impossible after a horrific backyard explosion seven years ago.

February 10, 2016
NLL Notebook: Zack Greer's Amazing Night
Five goals in less than three minutes? All part of an amazing seven-goal performance for Saskatchewan's Zack Greer over the weekend.

February 10, 2016
Nike/LM Preseason All-Americans: Division III Men
Amherst's Quinn Moroney led the nation with a staggering 83 assists last season. He's one of 12 players named to Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Division III All-American team.

February 10, 2016
Tufts' Uppgren is Nike/LM D-III Men's PPOY
John Uppgren has scored more than 120 points EACH of the last two seasons while leading Tufts to consecutive NCAA Division III championships. The Minnesota native credits hockey for part of his development.

February 10, 2016
Photos: Johns Hopkins at Navy (NCAA Men)
Shack Stanwick scored an EMO goal in the second overtime to lift Johns Hopkins past Navy 12-11 on Tuesday night. Ryan Brown led the Blue Jays with six goals in the game. Photos by John Strohsacker

February 10, 2016
Tufts Aiming for Third Straight Division III Crown
With many of the nation's top players returning in the NCAA men's Division III ranks, it's not surprising that Tufts is our selection to repeat as champs in the Nike/LM Top 20. A preview of what to look for in 2016.

February 9, 2016
Nike/LM Preseason All-Americans: Division I Women
Thirteen players, including North Carolina's Maggie Bill, made the cut for Lacrosse Magazine's preseason best bets for All-American honors come May.

February 9, 2016
Cummings is Nike/LM D-I Women's Preseason Player of Year
Maryland senior Taylor Cummings has a chance to become the first-ever three-time Tewaaraton winner, but it's never been about the awards. For "one last ride," she will lead with a team-first mantra.

February 9, 2016
Stanwick Lifts Hopkins over Navy in Double OT Thriller
Shack Stanwick scored an extra-man goal off a John Crawley feed 39 seconds in the second overtime as the No. 6 Blue Jays escaped with a 12-11 triumph over No. 15 Navy.

February 9, 2016
Video: Nike Ad Pays Tribute to Lacrosse's Native American Roots
The Huarache V Creator draws inspiration from lacrosse's origins. According to the Thompsons, "Lacrosse was played for the Creator, between the grounded and the winged animals. Each animal brought something special to the game. The bear for its strength. The deer for its agility. The wolf for its predatory nature. And the eagle for its speed."

February 8, 2016
Nike/LM Preseason All-Americans: Division I Men
Twelve players, including Virginia's Greg Coholan, made the cut for Lacrosse Magazine's preseason best bets from All-American honors come May.

February 8, 2016
Myles Jones is Nike/LM D-I Men's Preseason Player of Year
There might not be a more recognizable player in college lacrosse this season than Duke midfielder Myles Jones, for many, many reasons.

February 8, 2016
Video: Albany Men's Lacrosse Media Day
What will Albany look like in the post-Lyle Thompson era? Hear from coach Scott Marr, goalie Blaze Riorden and attackman Connor Fields on the Great Danes' media day.

February 8, 2016
Photo Gallery: Duke vs. Northwestern (Division I Women)
No. 5 Northwestern outlasted No. 12 Duke, 11-8, in an early-season showdown. Photos by Lance King.

February 7, 2016
Northwestern's Lasota, Weisse Shine in Opener
Selena Lasota scored five goals and goalie Mallory Weisse — named the starter only late last week — kept Duke at bay in the Wildcats' season-opening 11-8 win Sunday in Durham.

February 6, 2016
Carolina Offense Sizzles in Win Over Michigan
North Carolina poured in 20 goals, including four goals and an assist from Steve Pontrello, as the No. 7 Tar Heels cruised past Michigan 20-10 in their season opener.

February 6, 2016
Stevens Shines as Florida Overwhelms Loyola
Mollie Stevens had a career-high five goals as No. 10 Florida easily cruised past No. 17 Loyola 15-6 in both team's season opening game.

February 6, 2016
No. 13 Ohio State Escapes Furman with 8-7 Win
John Kelly scored on a falling-down bounce shot with four seconds left to give No. 13 Ohio State an 8-7 win at Furman on Saturday. The Buckeyes outshot Furman 38-19 in the game.

February 6, 2016
UNC Downs JMU in Hendrick's Return from Injury
Molly Hendrick had four goals in her first game back since tearing her ACL last season to lead No. 2 North Carolina past No. 19 JMU 11-7.

February 6, 2016
Navy Flips Tables in Second Half to Beat Air Force
No. 15 Navy trailed service academy rival Air Force 5-2 at the half, but stormed back to beat the Falcons 10-6 as senior Patrick Keena had six points on three goals and three assists.

February 5, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 1 Notre Dame (Men)
Could 2016 be the year of the Irish? They have the talent necessary for a run at the NCAA crown, including first-team All-Americans Matt Kavanagh, Sergio Perkovic and Matt Landis.

February 5, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 1 Maryland (Women)
As Taylor Cummings could become the first-ever three-time Tewaaraton finalist, the Terps hope to defend its NCAA crown en route to a three-peat.

February 4, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 2 North Carolina (Women)
Appearing in two of the past three NCAA championship games — both against Maryland — has transformed the Tar Heels into a powerhouse of their own.

February 4, 2016
Washburn Lands Huge Gig as Super Bowl 50 Sideline Reporter
Evan Washburn, the former All-CAA defenseman at Delaware who went to the final four in 2007, started his broadcasting career right out of college and recently landed a huge break as a sideline reporter for CBS at Super Bowl 50.

February 4, 2016
Your Edge: Stickwork Drills with USC's Lindsey Munday
University of Southern California head coach and former Team USA captain Lindsey Munday shares some of her favorite stickwork drills that she uses with the Trojans.

February 4, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 2 Denver (Men)
The Pioneers won one for the West last year. Now how about two? Bill Tierney and company are not running away from repeat talk.

February 4, 2016
Black Wolves Biggest Surprise of NLL's First Month
Everybody accepted that New England was going to be better when it traded for Shawn Evans but few dared to imagine it could go from last to first in the NLL East.

February 4, 2016
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Brine Dynasty Elite II
Recently released Dynasty Elite II head for women!

February 3, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 3 Duke (Men)
Myles Jones and Deemer Class headline Duke's 2016 season as the nation's top 1-2 punch in the midfield, but defense will be the key if the Blue Devils want to play on Memorial Day.

February 3, 2016
IWLCA President Groveston Wins Hollywood Game Night
With an all-star team of Apolo Ohno, Al Michaels, and Maurice Jones Drew, IWLCA president and Grand Valley State coach Alicia Groveston won $25,000 on NBC's Hollywood Game Night, hosted by "Glee" star Jane Lynch.

February 3, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 3 Syracuse (Women)
Syracuse lost eight games last year, but playing the nation's toughest schedule for the second year in a row helped prepare the Orange for a strong run in the postseason. The Orange will look to replicate that success in 2016.

February 2, 2016
Trilogy's Ryan Boyle Looks at Advanced Stats in Lacrosse
Possessions and efficiency are key to lacrosse success. Trevor Baptiste's dominance on faceoffs helped Denver win the national title. Trilogy's Ryan Boyle takes a look at how advanced stats can help illustrate on-field success.

February 2, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 4 Stony Brook (Women)
Stony Brook's storybook season ended in the second round against Princeton last year. The Seawolves have plenty of firepower back as they look to move past that disappointing finish.

February 2, 2016
MLL Gives Veterans More Location Flexibility
Players will have the ability to relocate to a different market and team if they have been in the League for a minimum of five consecutive seasons and have an expiring contract

February 2, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 4 Maryland (Men)
Maryland has reached the NCAA championship game three times in the last five years, but the Terps still haven't brought home the championship to College Park since 1975. A seasoned offense is hoping to change that pattern.

February 1, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 5 Northwestern (Women)
Northwestern's 10-year streak of advancing to the final four was snapped in 2015. Can the Wildcats make a comeback with a confident gold medalist in Selena Lasota, who now has a much stronger supporting cast?

February 1, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 5 Syracuse (Men)
This could be a year Syracuse coach John Desko mixes and matches offensive personnel, but can the attack develop in time with only one returning starter in Dylan Donahue? Ben Williams at X and Warren Hill in goal should help the offense get that time.

February 1, 2016
Maryland Tops IWLCA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll
Defending NCAA Division I women's lacrosse champion Maryland is the top-ranked team in the IWLCA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll that was released Monday. Adelphi and Cortland were also named No. 1 in Division II and III, respectively.

February 1, 2016
Groveston to Appear on Hollywood Game Night
Alicia Groveston, head coach at Grand Valley (Mich.) State and president of the IWLCA, will appear on all-sports sepecial edition of NBC's Hollywood Game Night on Tuesday night.

January 31, 2016
Video: Logan Schuss One-Handed Underhand Goal
Vancouver Stealth forward Logan Schuss could beat you with one hand tied behind his back. He proved it Saturday, though the Stealth would lose at Calgary 15-13.

January 31, 2016
Photo Gallery: NCAA Division I Men's Scrimmages
Several teams suited up against an opponent for the first time Saturday, including a series of scrimmages in the Baltimore area and an OT nail-biter in Newark, Del.

January 30, 2016
Pac-12 Pipe Dreams: It's Not as Hard as You Think
With Pac-12 women's lacrosse already on deck, Corey McLaughlin envisions what a Pac-12 men's lacrosse conference might look like.

January 30, 2016
Black Wolves Win Snaps Eight-Game Home Skid
Kevin Crowley tied a career high with six goals and Evan Kirk set a new personal best with 56 saves in New England's 15-11 win Saturday over Buffalo.

January 30, 2016
Denver Tops Hopkins in Sold-Out Exhibition Game
A sellout crowd of 2,571 fans packed Peter Barton Stadium on Saturday — for a scrimmage. The defending NCAA champion Pioneers defeated the visiting Blue Jays 14-10.

January 30, 2016
Video: Miles Thompson Behind-the-Back Goal
This behind-the-back goal by Georgia Swarm forward Miles Thompson was the No. 5 play on ESPN's "SportsCenter" Top 10 Friday. It came as part of a game-ending four-goal run in Georgia's 20-17 win at Toronto.

January 29, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 6 Johns Hopkins (Men)
Johns Hopkins went from 4-6 to Big Ten champions and a trip to the final four by following an unusual script. Offense ruled at Homewood, but the loss of Joel Tinney and Connor Reed in the offseason will be a challenge.

January 29, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 6 Penn State (Women)
Penn State has been on a steady climb since Missy Doherty's arrival as head coach. Can the Nittany Lions continue the trend towards becoming a legitimate national title contender?

January 28, 2016
NLL Notebook: Disciplined Play Pays Off for Bandits
Apart from their usual aggressive style, the Buffalo Bandits took only two penalties in defeating the Toronto Rock 12-6 last Saturday. Plus more Week 4 notes and Week 5 previews.

January 28, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 7 North Carolina (Men)
The Tar Heels lost some big names to graduation, but will look to gain success by committee to earn a postseason run come May.

January 28, 2016
Your Edge: Split Dodge with USC's Michaela Michael
Michaela Michael is one of the main reasons USC was on everyone’s radar in 2015. She uses her speed to her advantage, mastering the split dodge: plant left, plant right, split left, explode to goal.

January 28, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 7 Notre Dame (Women)
The Irish have real NCAA championship aspirations with a deep roster, including Tewaaraton finalist Barbara Sullivan, offensive standout Cortney Fortunato and U.S. silver medalist goalie Samantha Giacolone.

January 27, 2016
'SportsCenter' to Broadcast From Hampton Before Opener
History will be made Feb. 13 when the Hampton men's lacrosse team hosts Roberts Wesleyan, and ESPN's "SportsCenter" will be on hand to show it.

January 27, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 8 Yale (Men)
Yale has become the most consistent team in the dog-eat-dog Ivy League. It's time for the Bulldogs to up their expectations.

January 27, 2016
Grand Canyon, Dayton Top MCLA Preseason Polls
With the start of the season just two days away, the MCLA released Wednesday its Under Armour Top 25 preseason polls for Division I and Division II.

January 27, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 8 Boston College (Women)
The Eagles put together a banner year in 2015 behind some promises delivered by one-time prized recruits. Can BC keep it going this year?

January 27, 2016
U.S. Under-19 Men's Team Names 25-Man Roster
Following a series of four training camps over eight months, US Lacrosse and head coach Nick Myers have announced the 25-man roster for the 2016 U.S. U19 team that will defend the gold medal in British Columbia.

January 26, 2016
Perfect Mammoth Hope for First NLL Title Since 2006
With Dillon Ward coming of age after a 50-save performance and John Grant Jr. aging like a fine wine, the pieces are falling into place for Colorado to end a decade-long championship drought.

January 26, 2016
Inside the February Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
A year after Denver upheld its preseason No. 1 ranking, we're looking west(ish) again at Notre Dame, whose Big Three of Matt Kavanagh, Sergio Perkovic and Matt Landis grace the cover of this special NCAA preview edition.

January 26, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 9 Princeton (Women)
After advancing one step further in the NCAA tournament in each of the last three years — and with Olivia Hompe leading the way — the Tigers could be primed for a return to Memorial Day weekend.

January 26, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 9 Virginia (Men)
The uproar over Virginia's lopsided loss to Hopkins in the NCAA tournament muted what otherwise was a productive 2015 season for the Cavaliers, considering their injury woes. That's all the reason more not to overlook them in 2016.

January 25, 2016
Defending Champ Tufts Tops USILA DIII Poll
Defending NCAA Division III champion Tufts is No. 1 in the NIke/USILA Division III preseason lacrosse poll.

January 25, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 10 Florida (Women)
Mollie Stevens plays for Team USA and Florida has a dynamic freshman class, but will have to rebuild following the departure of star Shannon Gilroy.

January 25, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 10 Brown (Men)
After Brown's run-and-gun show ran out of steam last May, coach Lars Tiffany wondered, is it sustainable? Then he doubled down.

January 23, 2016
Saturday School: Nine Lessons From LaxCon
The US Lacrosse National Convention is all about learning. Here are nine lessons from some of the leaders of the sport from Saturday's sessions at LaxCon.

January 23, 2016
Gallery: US Lacrosse National Convention
Photos from the US Lacrosse National Convention in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker

January 23, 2016
Gallery: US Lacrosse National Convention
The 2016 US Lacrosse National Convention opened on Friday in Baltimore, with six-time Olympic swimming champion Amy Van Dyken Rouen delivering the keynote address. Photos by John Strohsacker.

January 22, 2016
Snowy USL Convention Opens in Baltimore
The first snowflakes began falling a little before four in the afternoon, but that did little to dampen the enthusiasm of lacrosse participants that were able to make it to the opening of the 2016 US Lacrosse National Convention.

January 22, 2016
Donahue Pick Swung Complexion of MLL Draft
The Charlotte Hounds took Syracuse attackman Dylan Donahue with the second overall pick, changing the complexion of the rest of the top of Friday's Major League Lacrosse draft.

January 22, 2016
Jones Goes First in MLL Draft; Full Results
Impending foul weather pushed the start time of the 2016 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft up a tad, but the show went on. Duke's Myles Jones went first overall to the expansion Atlanta Blaze.

January 22, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 11 Georgetown (Men)
Georgetown is a team trending in the right direction under coach Kevin Warne. The question is how good can it be? The Hoyas are ranked 11th in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Top 20.

January 22, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 11 Virginia (Women)
Is Kasey Behr the latest great in Charlottesville? Behr did a little bit of everything as a freshman and will be asked to do a lot more for a rebuilding Virginia team in 2016.

January 22, 2016
Albany's Oakes Cleared, Hopkins' Reed Out for 2016
Johns Hopkins perilously thin midfield took another hit this week. Senior Connor Reed suffered a non-contact injury in practice and will miss the 2016 season, coach Dave Pietramala said Friday.

January 21, 2016
Phil Shore's Major League Lacrosse Mock Draft
With the team needs clearer, LM's Phil Shore pieces together the first two rounds of the draft after talking to league general managers and coaches.

January 21, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 12 Duke (Women)
Duke has reached the NCAA quarterfinals 11 straight years. This isn’t the first time they’ve suffered heavy graduation losses, so expect the Blue Devils to remain among the nation’s elite.

January 21, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 12 Loyola (Men)
Six one-goal losses doomed Loyola in a 7-8 season in 2015, but the Greyhounds return a very experienced lineup, including senior Zach Herreweyers who is coming off of a 47-goal season.

January 21, 2016
Shootout for Soldiers Expands to Eight Locations
Shootout for Soldiers, the 24-hour lacrosse event, will continue its national expansion in 2016 by adding locations in Texas, Colorado and Georgia. In 2015, the organization raised $408,000 through the support of over 6,000 players and 46,200 attendees.

January 21, 2016
By The Numbers: MLL Team Needs and Draft Targets
Joe Keegan checks in with a statistical look at what each of the nine Major League Lacrosse teams could use heading into Friday night's draft, and what players may be able to fill the holes.

January 20, 2016
Video: Team USA's Alex Aust's 'Drive' for Gold
Follow Team USA women's lacrosse attacker Alex Aust as she prepares to make team USA.

January 20, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 13 Johns Hopkins (Women)
The Blue Jays are coming off an impressive season as an independent with wins over Duke and Stony Brook, but they want to advance past the first round of the NCAA tournament in 2016.

January 20, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 13 Ohio State (Men)
After two NCAA quarterfinal appearances in three years, can Ohio State keep the momentum going in 2016? Signs point to yes.

January 20, 2016
Hall of Fame Coach Buddy Beardmore Passes Away
National Lacrosse Hall of Fame coach Clayton A. “Buddy” Beardmore, who led Maryland the NCAA championship in 1973 and 1975, died Wednesday of complications related to Parkinson’s disease.

January 20, 2016
The Lacrosse Network: How a YouTube Empire Was Built
A trio of SoCal 20-somethings are building lacrosse's largest YouTube empire, with nearly 100,000 subscribers and a network of 60 channel partners.

January 19, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 14 Louisville (Women)
Draw specialist Kaylin Morissette, Louisville's lone All-American from 2015, returns with more support as the Cards strive to play stronger in the ACC and go deeper in the NCAA tournament.

January 19, 2016
#LaxCon Expo: Stuff You'll See at USL Convention
Lacrosse's largest expo hall descends on Baltimore this weekend. It will feature 150 exhibitors and the latest products, in addition to demonstrations and autographs from top players. Here's a sampling.

January 19, 2016
Rapid Rehab Enables Jamieson's Quick Start
The 2014 NLL MVP has returned from a torn Achilles tendon in fine form, and is pacing the Rochester Knighthawks offense once again — and leading the league in scoring.

January 19, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 14 Cornell (Men)
No team in the Ivy League was hit by graduation losses harder than Cornell, but it always helps to have one of the top faceoff guys in the country. The Big Red begin the season ranked No. 14 in the Nike/LM Preseason Top 20.

January 18, 2016
The Ultimate Sniper: Johns Hopkins' Ryan Brown
From the January edition, Gary Lambrecht chronicles how Ryan Brown became the most dangerous shooter in college lacrosse and one of the most prolific scorers in Johns Hopkins history.

January 18, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 15 Stanford (Women)
With Lucy Dikeou as the centerpiece and hopefully a healthy Kelsey Murray back at full strength, the Cardinal could buck a recent trend of one-and-done NCAA tournament appearances.

January 18, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 15 Navy (Men)
The Midshipmen boast a stout defense and one of the best faceoff men in the country. But will it be enough to get them back to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009?

January 17, 2016
NLL: Evans Powers Black Wolves Past Swarm
Shawn Evans scored three of his five goals in the fourth quarter, as the New England pulled away from Georgia for an 11-6 road victory Sunday.

January 16, 2016
Lifestyles: Meet the Stick Doctor
Lyle Tomlinson, a volunteer assistant coach for San Diego State, once strung sticks for the top college and professional players nationwide. He created the widely used “Pocket 34” and “Double Bag.”

January 16, 2016
Give and Go: Jesse King
This Canadian lad and Buckeye grad has gone fishin’ in Victoria.

January 15, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 16 Penn (Women)
The Quakers are a favorite once again to finish at or near the top of the Ivy League come the end of the season. But for the first time in a while, they have a question mark in goal.

January 15, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 16 Towson (Men)
With one of the top defenses in the country, backed by goalie Tyler White, Towson is the preseason favorite in the Colonial Athletic Association and No. 16 in the Nike/LM Preseason Top 20.

January 15, 2016
When Will Pro Lacrosse Return to the West Coast?
Lacrosse has made many forays to the West Coast at the professional level? What will it take for the game to stick?

January 14, 2016
Jamieson, Vinc Power Knighthawks to Win at Toronto
Cody Jamieson was unstoppable and Matt Vinc was impenetrable Thursday, as the Rochester Knighthawks spoiled the Toronto Rock's home opener with a 12-7 victory at Air Canada Centre.

January 14, 2016
U.S. Women's Team Names Foreign Tour Roster
US Lacrosse has named 24 players to participate with the U.S. Women’s National Team on a foreign tour to England this summer. The U.S. team will travel to Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, England from June 28 to July 4 and is expected to play games against England, Scotland and Wales.

January 14, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 17 Albany (Men)
Lyle Thompson is gone, but Albany is not going anywhere. Blaze Riorden is more than a highlight film and the Great Danes have more depth than you think. Look out for Albany at No. 17 in the Nike/LM Preseason Top 20.

January 14, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 17 Loyola (Women)
Goalie Molly Wolf and defender Maddy Lesher will lead from behind a Greyhounds team that should again dominate the Patriot League and could again get hot at the right time.

January 14, 2016
Video: Cummings, Whittle 'Drive' for Three-Peat
Follow Maryland women's lacrosse senior Taylor Cummings and sophomore Megan Whittle during the fall as they train for a third consecutive NCAA title in "Drive," presented by Under Armour.

January 14, 2016
NLL Notes: Grand Debut for Swarm, NLL in Atlanta
With Week 3 on the horizon, Neil Stevens takes a spin around the NLL, including a big-time win for Georgia, a Mammoth comeback at Rochester, the Evans effect in New England and Geoff Snider's legacy.

January 13, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 18 Marquette (Men)
Marquette was the Cinderella story of 2015, breaking into the national rankings after just 31 games as a program. Will the Golden Eagles keep trending up in Year Four? A 19-member senior class will see to it.

January 13, 2016
Eighth-Grader Commits, Brings Recruiting Proposals to Light
Florida Select attacker Caitlyn Wurzburger, an eighth-grader at American Heritage School in Delray Beach, Fla., has verbally committed to Syracuse — the earliest such commitment ever reported.

January 13, 2016
Highlights: U.S. Men vs. Denver (Spring Premiere)
Team USA dominated the defending NCAA champion Pioneers 22-6 in head coach John Danowski's debut at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

January 13, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 18 Ohio State (Women)
Ohio State registered the biggest upset in the country last year, but a strong senior class graduated. What do the Buckeyes have up their sleeves in 2016?

January 13, 2016
Stopping Lyle: How Mather Became an Unlikely Hero
David Mather is a rarity - an American-born goalie finding success in box lacrosse. A goalie on the U.S. indoor team, he has followed a very unusual path to making a name for himself in the lacrosse world.

January 12, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 19 Stony Brook (Men)
In the absence of Albany's Lyle Thompson, the America East could be Stony Brook's to claim with its offensive firepower now complemented by goalie Zach Oliveri at the opposite end of the field.

January 12, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 19 James Madison (Women)
The reigning CAA champion returns with a chip on its shoulder and the firepower to bounce back to the NCAA tournament.

January 12, 2016
Tavares Sports a Suit - Not Pads - to Bandits' Home Opener
It may have been strange seeing NLL's all-time leading scorer John Tavares in a suit during Buffalo's home opener on Saturday, but he plans to translate his success as a player into the offensive sets he draws up as an assistant.

January 11, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 20 Harvard (Men)
Is this the year the stars align for Harvard? The Crimson boast a mammoth senior class and an overhauled coaching staff that now includes former Cornell head coach Ben DeLuca as defensive coordinator.

January 11, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 20 USC (Women)
With virtually every player returning from a team that upset James Madison in the first round, including USC's first All-American Michaela Michael, what's in store for year four?

January 11, 2016
Denver Tops USILA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll
Defending NCAA Division I men's lacrosse champion Denver is the top-ranked team in the USILA/Nike Division I Coaches Preseason Poll that was released Monday.

January 11, 2016
Photos: Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy
Spring was in the air in Bradenton, Fla., as a trio of U.S. teams squared off against Canadian and college squads to open the 2016 lacrosse season at IMG Academy.

January 10, 2016
Helped by a Fling and a Prayer, Canada Edges U.S. U19 Team in OT
A miracle play as time expired in regulation sent Sunday's exhibition between the Canadian and U.S. under-19 men's teams to overtime, where Canada prevailed 14-13.

January 10, 2016
U.S. Women Down Syracuse Before Final Cuts
The U.S. women's team fell behind early, but rallied to beat Syracuse 20-8 at the Team USA Spring Premiere in the team's final competition before a roster cutdown for a foreign tour this summer.

January 10, 2016
U.S. Men Dominate Denver in Danowski's Debut
It's hard to imagine John Danowski's debut as head coach of the U.S. men's team going any better as Team USA downed Denver 22-6 at the Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy.

January 9, 2016
Swarm Wins Home Opener to Highlight NLL Action
Georgia won its first game in its new home while Buffalo, Colorado and New England also prevailed in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday night.

January 9, 2016
Team USA Plays Two in One in Win Over Florida
The U.S. split halves with a split-squad and turned a tied halftime score into a 19-8 win over Florida on Saturday night at the Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

January 8, 2016
Roster Cut Looms as U.S. Women Face Florida, Syracuse
Team USA's roster will drop from 36 to 24 at the end of the inaugural Spring Premiere. Who will make the cut and make the necessary changes after an inconsistent fall?

January 8, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 MCLA Division II Preseason Top 20
The Flyers finally broke through last year and could make it two in a row as the top-ranked team in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Top 20.

January 8, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 WCLA Division II Preseason Top 20
With defending national champion Duke moving to Division I, Loyola Maryland becomes the favorite in the Mid Atlantic Women's Lacrosse League and a strong contender to claim its first national championship.

January 8, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 MCLA Division I Preseason Top 20
With Dean Fairall leading a stacked roster that expects to bring the title back to the desert, Grand Canyon enters 2016 as the No. 1 ranked team.

January 8, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 WCLA Division I Preseason Top 20
With five straight appearances in the national tournament, Texas is no stranger to the big stage, and after losing in the 2015 semifinals, the Longhorns may be ready for a title run this spring.

January 7, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 Division II Men's Preseason Top 15
There has been no team that's tried for a third straight Division II men's national championship that's been as stacked at Limestone. The Saints are top in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine D-II men's preseason rankings.

January 7, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 Division II Women's Preseason Top 15
Can two-time defending national champion Adelphi make it a three-peat? The Panthers start the season ranked first in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Division II Women's Preseason Top 15.

January 7, 2016
NLL Hires Former Soccer Executive as New Commissioner
The NLL has hired Nick Sakiewicz, a former MLS co-founder and CEO of the Philadelphia Union until last September, as its new commissioner. Plus, Zack Greer had a rough day at the office last week.

January 7, 2016
Team USA Spring Premiere Games to be Streamed
All four games from the Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., this weekend will be streamed on www.uslacrosse.org. The U.S. women's team plays Florida and Syracuse on Saturday and on Sunday, the U.S. men's team plays Denver and the U.S. U19 men's team plays Canada.

January 7, 2016
LaxCon Speakers, Activities Announced
US Lacrosse has named the many top lacrosse coaches and officials to host roughly 150 educational sessions at the Baltimore Convention Center Jan. 22-24.

January 7, 2016
Five Things to Watch When Team USA Plays Denver
Beast vs. Beast, the ageless Casey Powell and a first look at Denver are among the storylines heading into Sunday's tilt between the U.S. men's national team and the defending NCAA champs.

January 6, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 Division III Women's Preseason Top 20
Cortland overcame years of falling just short and won it all in 2015. How about another in 2016? Led by Kristen Ohberg and Tara Monaghan, the Red Dragons are No. 1 in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Top 20.

January 6, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 Division III Men's Preseason Top 20
There has not been a three-peat NCAA Division III men's lacrosse champion in a decade. But with John Uppgren and 2015 NCAA championship game hero Conor Helfrich returning, the Jumbos are favorites to accomplish the feat in 2016.

January 5, 2016
New Year, Same Old Junior as John Grant Shines
John Grant, the oldest player in the National Lacrosse League at 41, opened the league's 30th season by delivering the game-winning goal in Colorado's 16-15 win over Georgia.

January 4, 2016
Team USA Spring Premiere Preview: Keep Your Enemies Closer
U.S. U19 men’s training team squares off against rival Canada at Jan. 10 lacrosse-fest in Florida. Plus, the U.S. men will collide with defending NCAA champion Denver and the U.S. women face Florida and Syracuse.

January 4, 2016
Team USA Roster Announced for Exhibition vs. Denver
US Lacrosse has announced the U.S. Men’s National Team roster for this weekend’s exhibition against 2015 NCAA champion University of Denver at the inaugural Team USA Spring Premiere in Bradenton, Fla.

January 3, 2016
Rush Defeat Former Alberta Rival in Opener
The Saskatchewan Rush opened their National Lacrosse League championship defense — and their first season away from Edmonton — Saturday with 10-8 comeback victory over the Calgary Roughnecks in front of 11,977 fans at the Saddledome.

January 1, 2016
Grant Lifts Mammoth, Spoils Thompson Debut
John Grant scored a goal with 45 seconds left to lead Colorado to a 16-15 win over Georgia in the NLL season opener, spoiling Lyle Thompson's NLL debut.

January 1, 2016
NLL Preview: Singing the Same Song in Saskatoon
Neil Stevens lays down championship odds and projects the major award winners for the 2016 National Lacrosse League season, which starts Friday.

December 31, 2015
Best of Lacrosse 2015 Winners and Fan Picks
You voted. We debated. The results are in. Lacrosse Magazine presents the best players, coaches and moments of the year in lacrosse.

December 31, 2015
SoCon Preview: Richmond, High Point, Air Force Top the List
Richmond and High Point have met in each of the league's first two conference championship games and Air Force, a new addition to the Southern Conference, has eyes on the title.

December 30, 2015
Patriot League Preview: Navy Capable of Overtaking Loyola
Loyola hasn't lost a Patriot League game since joining the conference two years ago, but Navy has the horses to overtake the champs.

December 29, 2015
Neil Stevens' 2016 NLL Preview: West Division
All signs point to a Champion's Cup title repeat for Mark Matthews and the Rush, who have moved to the prairie province of Saskatchewan.

December 29, 2015
Patriot League Conference Snapshot: Pandemonium Again?
Expectations were confounded in a wild 2015 for the Patriot League. Should we continue to expect the unexpected as we look forward to 2016?

December 28, 2015
Video: USC All-Access | Rise of the Women of Troy
USC turned an unexpected bid to the NCAA tournament into a first round victory in just the program's third season. A look at the "Rise of the Women of Troy."

December 28, 2015
NEC Women's Preview: Can Bryant Hold Off Challengers?
Bryant has won the last two Northeast Conference championships, but can the Bulldogs hold off some serious challenges? It's shaping up for a wild season in the NEC.

December 25, 2015
NEC Preview: Can Anyone Knock Off Bryant?
There have been challengers the last few seasons but Bryant has come out on top in recent seasons when it matters most in the NEC tournament.

December 24, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: WCLA Division II
WCLA Division II finalists include Lindsay Barrett (Oakland), Gabby Costabile (Loyola Club), Kelley Dingens (Denver Club), Amy Fuggie (Dayton) and Alexandra Kyte (Concordia).

December 24, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: MCLA Division II
Last chance to cast your vote! MCLA DII finalists for Preseason POY are Dillon Bernad (Concordia), Dave Hall (Grove City), Andrew Markland (North Dakota State), Pat Mines (St. Thomas) and Erik Sundstrom (Grand Valley State).

December 24, 2015
MPSF Preview: Stanford and USC Battle at the Top
Preseason favorites are the 2015 NCAA tournament teams Stanford and USC, but with USC's breakout season in just its third year as a program, can the Cardinal hold them off?

December 23, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: WCLA Division I
The players to keep your eye on are Sam Fletcher (UCLA), Ellen Manson (Michigan), Ina Prevalsky (Texas), Alexa Robinson (Santa Clara) and Caroline Youngs (Georgia).

December 23, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: MCLA Division I
There's some stiff competition in the running for the MCLA Division I Preseason Player of the Year: Dean Fairall (Grand Canyon), Tanner Knego (Arizona), Colin MacIlvennie (Colorado), Max Neser (Bringham Young) and Matthew Sommerfeldt (Georgia Tech).

December 23, 2015
In Memory of Connor Darcey: "Don't Pull Your Goalie"
After a tragic auto accident in June, the Penn State men's lacrosse team lost their friend, 21-year-old redshirt sophomore goalie Connor Darcey. But he's always with them - on their minds, in their hearts and on the field.

December 23, 2015
MAAC Snapshot: Renewing Hostilities?
Canisius and Fairfield were neck-and-neck last year, with the Griffins taking the regular season crown, but the Stags edging for the tournament bid. It looks like more of the same for 2016.

December 22, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division III Women
Cast your vote for the Division III women's Preseason Player of the Year! Finalists include Vanessa Budd (Franklin and Marshall), Martha Griffin (Trinity), Hannah Jeffrey (Bates), Tara Monaghan (Cortland) and Laurel Pascal (Middlebury).

December 22, 2015
MAAC Snapshot: Can Marist Be Outfoxed?
WIth it's 1-2 offensive punch intact, Marist is the Metro Atlantic front-runner, but Quinnipiac should be right on their heels once again.

December 22, 2015
CBS Sports Network to Air 11 Patriot League Games
CBS Sports Network will air 11 Patriot League games (10 men, 1 women) in 2016, marking the largest television package ever for the league. The schedule begins with Duke at Loyola on March 12.

December 21, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division III Men
Austin Stewart smashed a seemingly unbreakable record with 109 goals last year in leading Lynchburg to the NCAA finals. He faces strong competition for LM's Preseason Player of the Year with Matt Hossack (RIT), Quinn Moroney (Amherst), John Uppgren (Tufts) and Luke Wooters (Nazareth).

December 21, 2015
Ivy League Preview: Tigers Look to Repeat as Champs
Princeton won both the regular season and tournament title outright in 2015. Losing only two starters, the Tigers could do it again this spring.

December 19, 2015
NLL Teams Finalize Rosters for 2016 Season
Friday was cutdown day for all nine NLL teams. Who made it to the show? Neil Stevens sizes them up in the wake of a very busy offseason.

December 18, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division II Women
Adelphi won its second straight NCAA title in overtime last May. Can Rachel O'Brien help the Panthers to another? She's up for LM D-II Women's Preseason Player of the Year against a strong field of candidates.

December 18, 2015
Ivy League Preview: Who Survives the Gauntlet?
The Ivy League has been the second best conference in the country, sending three teams to the NCAA tournament in each of the last two seasons. It's possible for it to happen again.

December 17, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division II Men
Two-time defending NCAA champion Limestone is looking good for a three-peat with Preseason Player of the Year finalists Mike Messenger and Kevin Reisman. Joining them on the ballot are Matty Beccaris (LIU Post), Alex Krawec (Le Moyne) and Sal Tuttle (Adelphi).

December 17, 2015
CAA Preview: JMU Expected to Rebound from NCAA Loss
Despite Hofstra being the regular season champion, James Madison won its ninth CAA title and then lost unexpectedly to third-year program USC in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Can they replace their graduating starters and rebound in 2016?

December 17, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Rage Cage Brave Goal
Entry-level full-sized goal with a 2.5-millimeter pre-strung net. Rage Cage ShotBlocker included. Steel frame with square corners for enhanced rigidity.

December 17, 2015
LM Vault: Pro Indoor Lacrosse Debate (Jan/Feb 1996)
Before the NLL, there was the MILL. In side-by-side pages, fresh-faced ESPN analyst Quint Kessenich faced off with new LM contributor Bill Tanton on whether the pro indoor game was good for the game.

December 16, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division I Women
Can Taylor Cummings become the first ever three-time Tewaaraton winner? She has some tough competition, including three other Tewaaraton finalists in Treanor, Mannelly and Sullivan, plus an All-American gold medalist in Lasota.

December 16, 2015
Boltus Goes First in MLL Supplemental Draft
The expansion Atlanta Blaze made Jeremy Boltus, who scored 18 goals for Rochester last season, the first overall pick in the Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft on Wednesday.

December 16, 2015
Men's National Team Names Assistants, Staff
Tony Resch, head coach of the 2015 U.S. indoor team, will join Joe Amplo and Seth Tierney as assistant coaches on John Danowski's staff for the 2018 U.S. men's national team.

December 16, 2015
CAA Conference Preview: Anybody's Guess
Most of the normally rough-and-tumble CAA had an off year in 2015, while Towson shined. Who can challenge the still-tough Tigers this time around?

December 16, 2015
US Lacrosse Urges NCAA to Reform Recruiting
US Lacrosse today endorsed recent actions by the collegiate men’s and women’s lacrosse coaches associations and urged the NCAA to adopt legislative proposals that restrict the recruiting calendar, inclusive of all communication between a coach and prospect, to after Sept. 1 of a prospect’s junior year of high school.

December 15, 2015
LM Preseason Player of the Year: Division I Men
Who deserves the glory in 2016? Cannizzaro from the reigning champion Denver, Fighting Irishmen Kavanagh or Perkovic, Duke's unstoppable force in Jones or Syracuse fifth-year senior Donahue? Cast your vote.

December 15, 2015
Big Ten Preview: Maryland's No. 1 Until Proven Otherwise
The Terps may have lost seven starters, which is "definitely going to hurt us," said senior Taylor Cummings, but can you bet against a team that has a two-time Tewaaraton winner?

December 14, 2015
Big Ten Preview: Tight Race Expected Again in Year Two
Year One of the Big Ten men's lacrosse conference had its share of fireworks. Expect more of the same in 2016, with Maryland, Johns Hopkins and Ohio State battling at the top.

December 12, 2015
Comeau, Swarm Hope to Make Good First Impression
New Year's Day is less than three weeks this way, when the new-look Georgia Swarm visit the Colorado Mammoth in the NLL's 2016 season opener. Swarm coach Ed Comeau is just happy to be back behind the bench.

December 11, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Game of 2015
Gibson strikes in OT to send New York to the MLL final, Ohio State upsets the lady Terps, Denver topped Notre Dame in the "all-West" NCAA semifinal, and Hopkins downed Syracuse to make its first final four appearance since 2008 .

December 11, 2015
IMLCA Supports Ban on Recruiting Before Junior Year
The Division I men's coaches voted Friday night in support of a ban on recruiting before a high school prospect's junior year, joining their women's counterparts in hopes of gaining NCAA approval of the idea.

December 11, 2015
Big South Conference Snapshot: Crowded at the Top
High Point owned the Big South's first two seasons, but Winthrop took the crown in 2015. Liberty and Coastal Carolina made huge strides. Who will come out on top in the rapidly-expanding southern wing of DI women's lacrosse?

December 11, 2015
Keelan Joins Sun Devil Women's Lacrosse as Assistant
Assistant Meghan Keelan will join Arizona State head coach Courtney Martinez Connor for its inaugural Pac-12 season in 2017-18.

December 10, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Performance of 2015
Whittle was instrumental in Maryland's second half comeback in the NCAA championship, Treanor led Syracuse to its first ACC title, and more. Who had the best women's performance of 2015? Vote now.

December 10, 2015
Big East Preview: Can Florida Stay No. 1 Without Gilroy?
Two-time Tewaaraton finalist Shannon Gilroy graduated, leaving a huge hole to fill of the Gators. Is she replaceable? Florida only graduates two starters, but time will tell if they can remain atop the Big East.

December 10, 2015
LM Vault: The Air Gait (July 1988)
Gary Gait debuted a move that went down in lacrosse history in the 1988 NCAA semifinal. Some questioned if it was legal. Syracuse coach Roy Simmons lauded the creativity.

December 9, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Men's Performance of 2015
Ryan Brown canned eight goals, Blaze Riorden went viral and more. Who had the best men's performance of 2015? Vote now.

December 9, 2015
Rock's Sanderson Starts 2016 Season on PUP List
Is Josh Sanderson's illustrious NLL career over? The Toronto Rock announced Wednesday that the 2015 NLL MVP finalist will not be with the team for its Jan. 9 opener, with Sanderson's comments suggesting he won't return anytime soon.

December 9, 2015
Kittleman Jackson Rejoins Penn Lacrosse as Volunteer Assistant
Kittleman Jackson, an assistant with the Quakers from 2007-10 and current chair of the selection committee for Team USA, was named a volunteer assistant coach at Penn.

December 8, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Breakthrough of 2015
Dikeou makes Team USA after leading Stanford to an MPSF title, Lasota had a breakout freshman campaign for the Wildcats and then for Team Canada, Mannelly becomes Boston College's first Tewaaraton finalist and Michael becomes USC's first All-American.

December 8, 2015
College Men's Coaches Consider Recruiting Reforms
Three months after college women's lacrosse coaches submitted proposals to the NCAA to curb early recruiting, their men's counterparts will consider similar reforms at their annual meetings this weekend in Baltimore, The New York Times reported Tuesday.

December 8, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine Seeks Online Editor for LaxMagazine.com
Want to join the Lacrosse Magazine team? The sport's first and most widely read feature publication has an opening for an online editor to coordinate and produce content for LaxMagazine.com.

December 7, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Men's Breakthrough of 2015
The best part of all the breakthroughs by Kyle Bernlohr, Matt Landis, Dylan Molloy and Trevor Baptiste? They'll have a chance for an encore in 2016.

December 7, 2015
Atlanta to Host D-I Men's Tripleheader in February
Denver-Duke, Notre Dame-Georgetown and Hobart-Siena will be played Feb. 20 on the campus of Kennesaw State University.

December 7, 2015
Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Hosts Freestate Wheelchair Lacrosse
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team hosted an exhibition wheelchair lacrosse game against Freestate Wheelchair Lacrosse.

December 7, 2015
Fletcher Joins Loyola As Director Of Operations
Three-time All-American and reigning Major League Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Year Joe Fletcher ('14) has joined the Loyola men’s lacrosse staff as the program’s director of operations.

December 4, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Moment of 2015
Lacrosse comes home to the Onondaga Nation, Albany goalie Blaze Riorden goes viral with a coast to cost goal, the lacrosse community rallies around a young boy in The Courage Game and South Carolina high school player Jack Enright's will to walk.

December 4, 2015
Your Edge: Two-Man Game with Ryan Boyle
Ryan Boyle and Brian Farrell teach you how to set up and execute the two-man game at Trilogy Lacrosse ICE.

December 4, 2015
Remembering Colby's Jack Sandler
Russ Ollis, a senior on the Colby men's lacrosse team, penned a moving piece on his former coach in Colby's student newspaper. Sandler died on November 19.

December 3, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Coach of 2015
Kimel brought the Blue Devils back to the final four while battling cancer, Cortland won a national title under Lickert-Orr's first year as head coach, McCabe continued the tradition of winning in his first year at Adelphi, and Reese restored the Terps' dynasty.

December 3, 2015
America East Preview: It's Stony Brook's To Lose
Despite a disappointing end to the 2015 season, Stony Brook is coming off a truly storybook season. Can they repeat it? Can they top it? The Seawolves return every leader in every category, including Tewaaraton nominee Kylie Ohlmiller.

December 3, 2015
LM Vault: A College Hero (March 1996)
Our October guest editor Casey Powell was named the preseason player of the year back in 1996. Now twenty years later, who should be Lacrosse Magazine's 2016 preseason POYs?

December 2, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Men's Coach of 2015
Mike Daly led Tufts to its second straight NCAA Division III title, Joe Spallina led the star-studded Lizards to the MLL title, Bill Tierney gave Denver its first NCAA Division I title and John Tillman led Maryland's surprising run to the title game.

December 2, 2015
ACC Preview: Notre Dame Looks to Lead Rebound
College lacrosse’s most loaded league didn’t enjoy its best May last season, with only Notre Dame reaching the final four. But don’t worry. The Atlantic Coast Conference isn’t going that quietly in 2016.

December 2, 2015
Cerino Shifts Roles; Hounds Search for New Coach
The Charlotte Hounds are realigning their organizational structure and head coach Mike Cerino will be moving to a front office role focusing on player personnel and roster development.

December 1, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Player of 2015
Cummings became a back-to-back Tewaaraton winner, Lasota led Canada to its first-ever U19 world title, Treanor scored the game winner for Syracuse's first ACC title and Gilroy became Florida's all-time leader in goals and points.

December 1, 2015
US Lacrosse Stick Stories: Oakland Lacrosse Club
The Oakland Lacrosse Club delivers life-changing experiences to inner-city middle school kids in California through lacrosse. This is its stick story.

November 30, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Men's Player of 2015
Wesley Berg willed Denver to an NCAA title, Shawn Evans shattered the NLL scoring record, Greg Gurenlian had the most prolific year of any faceoff man in MLL history and Lyle Thompson became the new NCAA scoring king.

November 30, 2015
ACC Preview: Carolina Women Look to Reign Supreme
North Carolina and Syracuse may battle for the top spot in the conference, but the Tar Heels reload just like reigning NCAA champion Maryland. North Carolina should hold strong atop the ACC.

November 30, 2015
Q&A: New Team USA Coach John Danowski
New Team USA coach John Danowski talked about what his approach will be leading the Team USA program, the U.S.-Canada rivalry and what he learned from a conversation with Duke and U.S. men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski.

November 28, 2015
Early 2016 Major League Lacrosse Mock Draft
Work off some of those Thanksgiving calories by scrolling through Phil Shore's early 2016 Major League Lacrosse mock draft. There's a lot of Duke and Notre Dame at the top.

November 28, 2015
Your Edge: How UNC's Austin Pifani Navigates GLE
From the November edition, North Carolina defenseman Austin Pifani demonstrates a drill that will help you dictate the rules of engagement at goal line extended.

November 25, 2015
DeJuliis Continues "Life's Work" as UWLX Commissioner
When Michele DeJuliis was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2013, she said, "I am now a producer of opportunity." Now she continues to take that one step further as commissioner of the first semi-pro women's lacrosse league.

November 25, 2015
A Decade of Influence
US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program continues to deliver lessons in the Xs and Os — and beyond

November 25, 2015
Recruiting Proposals "To Save The Kids" Awaits NCAA Approval
The IWLCA is still awaiting word from the NCAA on two ground-shaking proposals to stem the trend toward early recruiting.

November 24, 2015
From the Editor: Thinking Inside the Box
LM's Matt DaSilva, a notoriously late adopter, has finally come around to recognizing the appeal of box lacrosse. Perfect timing on the eve of the National Lacrosse League season.

November 24, 2015
Johns Hopkins' Tinney Ineligible for 2016 Season
Johns Hopkins sophomore midfielder Joel Tinney will miss the 2016 season due to a violation of NCAA rules, the school confirmed on Tuesday.

November 24, 2015
George Daniel Stepping Down as NLL Commissioner
George Daniel, who brought stability to the National Lacrosse League and has helped position professional indoor lacrosse for future growth, is stepping down as commissioner, the NLL announced Tuesday.

November 23, 2015
Gallery: Rochester Knighthawks Training Camp
NLL training camps are in session. Check out the action from the Knighthawks' first weekend back on the floor at Total Sports in Rochester. Photos by Larry Palumbo.

November 23, 2015
John Danowski Named U.S. National Team Coach
Duke coach John Danowski has been named the next head coach of the U.S. men's national team, and will make his debut in the red, white and blue Jan. 9 at Team USA Spring Premiere in Florida.

November 23, 2015
Major League Lacrosse Announces 2016 Schedule
Major League Lacrosse has announced its 2016 schedule, complete with all-star game, championship weekend and the regular season slate for the league's nine teams.

November 21, 2015
What's in Your Bag? Tucker Durkin Opens Up
Team USA, Florida Launch defenseman Tucker Durkin on what helps him keep going on the road to pro games and other events.

November 20, 2015
His Space: Picking Tony Seaman's Colorful Brain
Denver Outlaws general manager Tony Seaman envisions Major League Lacrosse as beach league stretching from Cape Cod to Miami.

November 20, 2015
Colby Head Coach Jack Sandler, 35, Passes Away
Colby men’s lacrosse head coach Jack Sandler died Thursday night while on a recruiting trip after reportedly collapsing on a treadmill at a hotel. He was 35.

November 20, 2015
Kimel Honored with Diane Geppi-Aikens Memorial Award
Duke coach Kerstin Kimel received IWLCA’s highest honor, plus national and regional coaches of the year were announced.

November 19, 2015
MLL Expansion Draft: Analyzing Atlanta, Biggest Losers, Surprises
Phil Shore breaks down the Major League Lacrosse scene after the expansion Atlanta Blaze had the opportunity to pluck players away from the league's existing nine teams.

November 18, 2015
Ghitelman, Merrill, Tucker Lead Atlanta Blaze Expansion Draft
The expansion Atlanta Blaze loaded up on talent in the Major League Lacrosse expansion draft Wednesday afternoon, selecting three players from coach John Tucker’s former team, the Boston Cannons, with its first three selections.

November 18, 2015
Rabil's Evolution Leads to LM Person of Year
Paul Rabil has changed a lot since his Johns Hopkins days. Lacrosse Magazine editor Matt DaSilva takes a look back at his evolution.

November 18, 2015
Highlights: U.S. U19 Men vs. The Hill Academy at Ohio State
The U.S. under-19 men's national training team fell to The Hill Academy (Ontario) 16-11 in its first tune-up for the this summer's FIL World Championship. Highlights by Josh Rottman.

November 17, 2015
Person of the Year: Why Paul Rabil is Good for the Game
Love him or hate him, Paul Rabil is the face of lacrosse and already has staked his claim as one of the most influential figures in the sport's history.

November 17, 2015
MLL Expansion Draft: Who's Available for the Blaze?
On Nov. 18, the Atlanta Blaze will get to select 15 players that were left unprotected from the other eight teams in the league. Phil Shore makes his predictions.

November 17, 2015
New Fan Voting for Tewaaraton Legend Award Announced
The Tewaaraton Foundation announced a new format for its Legend Award in 2016. For the first time ever, former Tewaaraton Trophy winners will help select the winner, and nominations will be taken from fans via social media.

November 16, 2015
Inside the December Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
Our year-end issue takes a look at the biggest stories of the last 12 months and names Paul Rabil as Lacrosse Magazine's 2015 Person of the Year.

November 16, 2015
Inside Atlanta's Approach to MLL Expansion Draft
Last year's MLL coach of the Year John Tucker is now in charge of the Atlanta Blaze, who start team building this week with the MLL expansion draft.

November 16, 2015
Photos: U.S. U19 Training Team vs. Hill Academy (Ontario)
Cornell signee Jeff Teat scored eight goals with three assists to lead The Hill Academy (Ontario) to a 16-11 win over the U.S. under-19 men's national training team. Photos by Kirk Irwin.

November 15, 2015
#LMLive: Hill Academy (Ontario) Bests U.S. U19ers in Ohio
The Hill Academy (Ontario), led by Cornell signee Jeff Teat's eight goals, beat the U.S. under-19 men's training team 16-11 on Sunday morning at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.

November 14, 2015
U.S. U19 Training Team Finding Common Ground
The 30 members of the U.S. under-19 men's training roster all have the talent, but coach Nick Myers and company are in the beginning stages of building a team.

November 13, 2015
U.S. U19 Men's Training Team Convenes at Ohio State
The 30 members of the U.S. U19 men's training team get together for the first time in three months, for two practices and one scrimmage against The Hill Academy (Ontario).

November 12, 2015
US Lacrosse National Championships Move to Indiana
The eighth annual US Lacrosse National Championships expand to three divisions and will take place at Grand Park in Hamilton Co., Ind., July 19-24, 2016.

November 12, 2015
Maryland, Notre Dame to Meet in Pacific Coast Shootout
A pair of returning final four teams will meet this spring in the third annual college lacrosse showcase in California.

November 12, 2015
LM Vault: Going Global (November/December 1996)
The early winter issue of Lacrosse Magazine had a distinct international flavor, with stories of Olympic Dreams, European championships and the U.S. U19 team's gold-medal victory in Japan.

November 12, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Maverik Centrik
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November 11, 2015
Quadruplets Make Mark on National Signing Day
For possibly the first time ever, a set of quadruplets all signed with Division I lacrosse programs Wednesday, plus other highlights from NLI Signing Day.

November 11, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine 2015 Person of the Year Finalists
Who should be Lacrosse Magazine's 2015 Person of the Year? As we prepare to announce our selection Monday, here's one last look at the finalists.

November 11, 2015
Veteran's Take: The Army, Civilian Life and Shootout for Soldiers
Reig McConnell served two deployments in Iraq, then said he found walking through the door of his first college class tougher than walking down a street in Baghdad.

November 11, 2015
A Soldier's Child Uses Lacrosse to Pay It Forward
Christian Golczynski, the kid in an iconic Iraq war photo and now a senior goalie at DeMatha (Md.), honors his late father by helping the families of fallen soldiers.

November 11, 2015
Special Ops Pipeline Links Lacrosse and Elite Forces
What is it about lacrosse players that makes them such uniquely fit candidates for work among the military special operations units? LM's Matt White, a former Pararescueman (PJ) in the U.S. Air Force and Alaska Air National Guard, examines the connection.

November 10, 2015
Video: US Lacrosse National Championships
The eighth annual US Lacrosse National Championships will be held July 19-21 (girls) and July 22-24 (boys) at Grand Park in Hamilton County, Indiana. The Yellow Jackets (N.Y.) and FCA National are the defending champions at the U15 level.

November 10, 2015
Amherst Lacrosse Run Benefits St. Louis School
A grueling 16-mile run by the men's lacrosse team at Amherst College has helped raise more than $20,000 for the North Side Community School in St. Louis.

November 10, 2015
Ball Boy Lives and Breathes Albany Lacrosse
JP Honsinger's brain is dying. He might not live long enough to see age 20. But as long as he's alive — and likely long after he's gone — he'll be heralded as a hero in the Albany men's lacrosse locker room.

November 10, 2015
Iroquois Documentary Set for Release Next November
"Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation", a documentary about the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse program will be released next November to mark Native American Heritage Month.

November 9, 2015
Give and Go: Denver's Trevor Baptiste
Denver's champion FOGO Trevor Baptiste channels the instincts of a lion and toughness of a … tuna?

November 9, 2015
Lacrosse: The Fastest-Growing NCAA Sport with Top Grad Rates
Growth across men’s and women’s lacrosse across all NCAA divisions notably outpaced all other sports from 2000-2014 and the sport's graduation success rate is in the top five across all sports for both DI men's and women's lacrosse players.

November 9, 2015
Belgium First to Sign for 2017 FIL Women’s World Cup
The Belgian national team will make it to its first world cup as the first entry into the RWLC17.

November 7, 2015
Next-Level Thinking: Coaching Tips from the Pros
Lacrosse Magazine asked 12 Division I lacrosse coaches about the qualities that separate the good coaches from the great ones. With the 2016 season in sight, here are 10 tips to take with you to the sideline.

November 6, 2015
What's in Your Bag? Marcus Holman Opens Up
Team USA, Ohio Machine attackman and Georgia Swarm hopeful Marcus Holman on what helps him keep going on the road to pro games and other events.

November 6, 2015
From Broken Bone on the Field to Cancer Fight
The lacrosse community has rallied in support of 14-year-old Long Islander Sean Dixon, who learned he had bone cancer after breaking his leg on the lacrosse field this summer.

November 5, 2015
Who Knew? Curious Forms of Lacrosse
Four new developments of the fastest game on two feet: FlingGolf, Intercrosse, Polocrosse and VX.

November 5, 2015
Martinez Connor Named ASU’s First-Ever Women’s Coach
Courtney Martinez Connor has been named the first-ever head coach for Arizona State’s newly established women’s varsity lacrosse program, Vice President for University Athletics Ray Anderson announced Thursday.

November 5, 2015
LM Vault: Right Game; Wrong Place (Nov. 1984)
Prior to the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, the world lacrosse games in 1984 played in front of nearly empty stands. Why?

November 4, 2015
Dynasties Go Down at Hawaii Lacrosse Tournament
Dirty Lax and San Diego Lacrosse Club won the men's and women's elite championships, respectively, at the 25th-annual Hawaii Lacrosse Tournament. SDLC won it all while mourning the recent death of a teammate.

November 4, 2015
Get Your 'Stache On for Mustache Madness
Mustache Madness, headed by former Virginia defenseman Ken Clausen, and benefiting the HEADstrong Foundation, continues to roll on its seventh year.

November 4, 2015
Colorado State, Arizona State Coaches Resign
Two MCLA juggernauts will have new coaches in 2016, following a messy departure for Alex Smith at Colorado State and a one-and-done season for Joseph Thon at Arizona State.

November 4, 2015
Sloan Green to be Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
Comcast SportsNet and The March of Dimes have announced that former Temple Hall of Fame coach Tina Sloan Green, co-founder of the Black Women in Sport Foundation, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award in January.

November 3, 2015
Colgate's Gorajek Gets New Lease on Lacrosse
What would you give up to keep playing lacrosse? Diagnosed with a rare blood clot, Colgate co-captain Lauren Gorajek chose to have her rib removed rather than give up the sport she once took for granted.

November 3, 2015
Hampton AD: Lacrosse Addition 'Will Diversify the Sport'
Hampton athletic director Eugene Marshall discusses the university adding a Division I men's lacrosse team, what factors went into the decision and how the program plans to build moving forward.

November 3, 2015
IWLCA Names Assistant Coaches of the Year
Penn State’s Amy Altig, LeMoyne’s Jessica Antelmi, and Plymouth State’s Kristen Guest have been selected as the Division I, II, and III recipients of the award, respectively.

November 2, 2015
From the Mag: Get Ripped for Lacrosse Season
With some high school and college teams springing into action as early as February, it's time to ramp up your offseason conditioning. Take a look at our "Gym Rats" archive from the November edition to see how elite lacrosse athletes train.

November 2, 2015
Building Team USA: Chasing Gold in Canada
In 2012, the U.S. men's U19 team won its seventh consecutive gold medal, but not before losing two pool play games. The U.S. will go for gold in 2016 following a revamped player selection process, and with a college coach as head coach for the first time.

November 2, 2015
Project 9 Lacrosse | Elite High School Training
Every year, Paul Rabil and Mark Millon host 60 of the top high school players in the nation for a 72-hour training event. Filled with rigorous training, strength and conditioning, playbook study, leadership meetings, and film, the players learn they're never done improving.

November 1, 2015
Recruiting 101: Coaches Want Well-Rounded Student-Athletes
Eight Division I coaches shared their top tips with Girls Lacrosse HQ to help young recruits reach the next level.

October 31, 2015
Ossello, Now With Notre Dame Football, Returns Final Four Site
The last time Nick Ossello stepped foot on Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in May, he was playing for the Notre Dame lacrosse team in the final four against Denver. He returns Saturday as a member of the Irish football team.

October 30, 2015
2015 Men's and Women's Fall Ball Lacrosse Schedule
Halloween has arrived and so has the final weekend of fall ball competitions. The North Carolina and Maryland women are among those to start the holiday with some lacrosse.

October 29, 2015
Maggie Vaughan Inducted into Hall of Fame
Two-time Team USA world champion, 1990 NCAA champion and two-time Harvard University All-American defender Maggie Vaughan joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 29, 2015
Sarah Nelson Inducted Into Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Two-time Team USA world champion and two-time Harvard University All-American midfielder Sarah Nelson joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 28, 2015
Gym Rats: The Art of Deceleration
Developing speed isn’t only about how fast you accelerate, but also how quickly you can slam on the brakes.

October 28, 2015
Lockwood Inducted into National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Charlie Lockwood joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015. The former four-time All-American midfielder at Syracuse went on to win gold medals with the U.S. Men's National Team in 1994 and 1998.

October 28, 2015
Julie Hull Elicker Inducted into National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Former James Madison University and U.S. Women's National Team great Julie Hull Elicker joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 27, 2015
Gym Rats: Beginner Bodybuilder Michelle Rubino
Former Stony Brook midfielder Michelle Rubino is taking her talents to the bodybuilding stage, where she has already qualified for a national tournament next month.

October 27, 2015
Video: Geppi-Aikens' Legacy Lives On in Hall of Fame
Diane Geppi-Aikens, three-time national coach of the year at Loyola University Maryland, was posthumously inducted to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 27, 2015
Video: Hall of Famer Hartranft Teacher to a Generation
Ranked third all-time among boys’ high school coaches with 694 wins over 47 seasons, longtime Farmingdale (N.Y.) coach Bob Hartranft joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 27, 2015
NLL, WILC MVP Shawn Evans Traded to New England
The reigning National Lacrosse League and World Indoor Lacrosse Championship MVP is on the move from Calgary to the New England Black Wolves.

October 26, 2015
Gym Rats: How Brown Beefed Up Its Attack Unit
From the November edition, Lacrosse Magazine takes you inside the Bears' den with nine workouts that took Henry Blynn, Dylan Molloy and Kylor Bellistri to new heights in 2015.

October 26, 2015
Video: Hall of Famer Jake Curran a Legend in Stripes
Longtime high school, college and international men's lacrosse official Jake Curran joined the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2015 on Saturday.

October 26, 2015
Photo Gallery: Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Nine legends — Jake Curran, Diane Geppi-Aikens, Julie Hull Elicker, Dom Fin, Bob Hartranft, Charlie Lockwood, Sarah Nelson, Maggie Vaughan and Brian Voelker — were enshrined Saturday into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, with 350

October 24, 2015
The Warrior Ethos
With more women moving toward combat and special forces, Army will look toward its new lacrosse team for the next wave of leaders.

October 24, 2015
Gallery: Meghan Puls Classic at Stevenson
Stevenson hosted Adelphi, Cabrini, Goucher, Virginia Wesleyan and F&M for the annual Meghan Puls Classic in October. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 23, 2015
Gym Rats: You Name It for Delaware's Ali Karwoski
Teammates call her Brutality. Coach calls her Killa. We're sensing a theme.

October 23, 2015
HOF: How Diane Geppi-Aikens' Spirit Lives On
More than a decade after her death, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee Diane Geppi-Aikens' legacy is very much alive.

October 23, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine Wins Folio Award for Social Media
Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, has been named co-winner of the 2015 Folio: Eddie Digital Award for use of social media in the consumer magazine category.

October 23, 2015
Q&A with Arizona State Athletic Director Ray Anderson
After Arizona State announced the addition of women's lacrosse on Tuesday and the Pac-12 ratified the sport Thursday, Anderson talks with Lacrosse Magazine about how they've helped make Pac-12 lacrosse possible.

October 23, 2015
Pac-12 Adds Women’s Lacrosse for 2018 Season
A conference spokesman confirmed Thursday afternoon that the Pac-12 will field six teams for the 2017-18 season when Arizona State joins California, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford and USC.

October 22, 2015
Gym Rats: UMBC's Lewnes Can't Stop, Won't Stop
Despite debilitating arthritis in his lower back, Nate Lewnes was UMBC's top scorer and continues to crush it in the weight room.

October 22, 2015
HOF: Charlie Lockwood, Syracuse's 'Wild Stallion'
Sandwiched between Gary Gait and Casey Powell in Syracuse's storied jersey No. 22 lineage, Charlie Lockwood ran with the legacy and carved out his own place in lacrosse lore.

October 22, 2015
Trailblazers in Wool Blazers: How the U.S. Raised the Bar
The 1975 U.S. women's touring team had one goal in mind – to make history by returning home undefeated from a 13-game, nearly two-month tour of Great Britain – and they did.

October 22, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Battle XFast Ankle Support
Tired of taping your ankles or cumbersome braces? The XFast helps prevent the No. 1 injury in lacrosse.

October 21, 2015
Butler Adds Women's Lacrosse for 2017 Season
Chalk up another new Division I women's program. Butler announced it will add a team for the 2016-17 academic year.

October 21, 2015
Gym Rats: Using George Mason's Play Place
George Mason sophomore midfielder Kristin Morgan shows you around the Patriots' play place, the brainchild of the school's creative strength and conditioning coach.

October 20, 2015
Hampton Lacrosse: It's Real
It's been 34 years since NCAA Division I men's lacrosse last resided on a historically black campus — a fact that's not lost on coach Lloyd Carter and Hampton's first varsity players.

October 20, 2015
How Jay Dyer Became Lacrosse's Sultan of Sweat
Jay Dyer is the most sought-after strength and conditioning coach in lacrosse. Start your offseason training with ladder drills, hurdles, seal rows and more world-class workouts.

October 20, 2015
Five Questions: Lax Sports Network COO Rob Wallace
The Lax Sports Network, billed as a 24-hour digital home of lacrosse programming, debuts Jan. 5, 2016. We caught up with the network's leadership to learn more about it.

October 20, 2015
Arizona State Makes it Official: Women's Lax Coming
As discussed in recent months, Arizona State is adding women's lacrosse to its varsity lineup. Arizona State will become the sixth Pac-12 women's lacrosse school.

October 20, 2015
30 in 30: Bold Predictions for the 2016 Season
With our 30 in 30 fall ball series coming to an end, we finish with some predictions to chew on and hold you over until the start of the 2016 season.

October 19, 2015
Inside the November Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
Every once in a while a game changer comes around. We've got two in this issue. The Hampton men, who grace the cover, and Army women, who are featured inside, will blaze a path this spring.

October 19, 2015
Photo Gallery: Hampton Practice (Men's Fall Ball)
The Hampton Pirates and coach Lloyd Carter are gearing up for their first NCAA Division I season come spring. Photos by Logan Whitton.

October 19, 2015
Photos: Syracuse, Navy, Towson (Men's Fall Ball)
Syracuse downed Navy 9-2, and Towson beat the Orange 9-5 and lost to the Midshipmen 11-8 in scrimmages Sunday in Annapolis, Md.

October 19, 2015
Photos: Maryland, Stanford, Elon Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Two-time defending champion Maryland scrimmaged Stanford and Elon on Sunday in College Park, Md. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 18, 2015
Syracuse Goalie Hill Makes Case for Starting Nod
With freshman Evan Molloy and transfer Dominick Madonna nipping at his heels, former OCC star Warren Hill was impressive Sunday between the pipes for Syracuse, which split scrimmages against Navy and Towson.

October 16, 2015
Gallery: Towson Scrimmages Team Israel
Towson hosted the Israeli men's national team for a scrimmage on Oct. 10 at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 16, 2015
30 in 30: The Pursuit of Denver Starts in the Big East
Denver's presence in the Big East has raised the bar for everyone else in the conference even before the Pioneers won the national title. Now it's even higher.

October 15, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win Team USA Tee, US Lacrosse Gift Card
Gear up for greatness with a brand new Team USA Nike Lacrosse Dri-Fit T-shirt and a $50 ShopUSL.com gift card.

October 15, 2015
30 in 30: Is Spallina's Next Act Stony Brook's Next Step?
After coaching Stony Brook to 18 wins, the Lizards to MLL's Steinfeld Cup and his son's youth team to a nationally televised championship, what can Joe Spallina do in 2016 to top it all?

October 15, 2015
Photo Gallery: Albany at Johns Hopkins (Men's Fall Ball)
At the Colleluori Classic in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins took control of a scrimmage against Albany in the third quarter and won 19-13. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 15, 2015
Photo Gallery: Notre Dame vs. Navy (Men's Fall Ball)
Notre Dame came east to play Navy in the Bob Kemp Classic at Georgetown Prep (Md.). The teams played in honor of the late Kemp, father of Irish greats Joey and John. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 15, 2015
Photo Gallery: UNC at Hopkins (Women's Fall Ball)
Two shades of blue and two expected NCAA tournament contenders clashed over the weekend in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 13, 2015
30 in 30: UNC Reloads As Maryland’s No. 1 Contender
Since Maryland returned to dynasty mode, no team has more consistently threatened to overthrow the Terps as much as North Carolina. Can UNC keep the Terps away from a three-peat?

October 12, 2015
Gone Gator: Florida Learns to Play Without Gilroy
One Gator graduated to the U.S. ranks. Can Florida replace her? Plus, fall ball notes on Louisville, Navy and Penn State.

October 12, 2015
Family Ties: Kyle Marr Scores Against Dad's Albany Team
The Blue Jay doesn't fly far from the tree, so to speak. Playing against his father's Albany team, Kyle Marr scored a goal and had fun with his dad afterward.

October 12, 2015
30 in 30: Is Virginia This Year's Sleeping Giant?
An injury-beset Virginia went winless in the ACC and was bumped in the NCAA's first round last year. Now healthy, the Cavaliers are looking to get back to form among the championship contenders.

October 12, 2015
Photo Gallery: Northeast Classic (Men's Fall Ball)
Ten NCAA and a Canadian college team converged Sunday in the Northeast Classic at Thayer (Mass.) Academy, with proceeds benefiting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Photos by Andy Lewis.

October 11, 2015
Photo Gallery: Navy Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Navy kicked off a big weekend of women's lacrosse in Annapolis on Saturday, hosting Delaware, Harvard, Hofstra, James Madison, Louisville, San Diego State, Saint Joseph’s, Stetson and Vanderbilt. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 11, 2015
Photo Gallery: Edward T. Coombs Tournament
Marist hosted a mix of Division I, II and III teams at Hatboro-Horsham (Pa.) for the fourth-annual fall ball shootout benefiting the Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

October 11, 2015
Photo Gallery: Bucknell at Maryland (Men's Fall Ball)
Patriot League contender Bucknell traveled to College Park for a fall ball scrimmage with Maryland on Saturday. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 10, 2015
Lifestyles: Great Success
Entrepreneur and restaurateur Phil Romano passes along his wisdom to son Sam, a Syracuse freshman, and our October guest editor Casey Powell.

October 9, 2015
Q&A with Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany visited the Cordish Lacrosse Center Friday afternoon to speak with both Hopkins lacrosse teams. What does he envision for the future of the sport?

October 9, 2015
Kevin Dugan Receives FIL Development Award
Dugan, founder of Fields of Growth and a longtime FIL development clinician, was awarded for his contributions to the growth of the sport worldwide.

October 8, 2015
30 in 30: Key Transfer Bolsters Lasota's Encore
Selena Lasota won’t catch anyone by surprise as a sophomore, especially not after leading Canada’s U19 team to a gold medal in Scotland. Team BC and Canada teammate Danita Stroup now joins her at Northwestern. Can the duo carry the Wildcats back to the final four?

October 8, 2015
MLL Protected Rosters Named Ahead of Expansion Draft
MLL's eight teams were forced to protect between 10 and 12 players ahead of next month's expansion draft for the Atlanta Swarm.

October 8, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Laxgear Lax-Her Pack
A perfect bag for school and travel. Available in seven colors - red, blue, navy, black, purple, forest and maroon.

October 7, 2015
30 in 30: College Teams Use Fall Ball to Give Back
Long a staple of the fall lacrosse calendar, charity events have become a key aspect of many teams' schedules, giving back to a variety of causes.

October 7, 2015
Your Edge: Mental Edge with Goalie Austin Kaut
Florida Launch and former Penn State four-time All-American goalie Austin Kaut shows you two drills to that will improve your mental edge in cage. Cards and tennis balls are involved. What's not to like?

October 7, 2015
Photo Gallery: Johns Hopkins Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Lehigh, Rutgers, Towson and Louisville visited Johns Hopkins on Sunday for fall ball action at Homewood Field. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 6, 2015
30 in 30: Notre Dame Downplays Team of Destiny Talk
Notre Dame knows the expectations. Matt Kavanagh, Matt Landis and Sergio Perkovic have the Irish primed to win their first NCAA title after several near misses. But they refuse to get caught looking too far ahead.

October 6, 2015
Photo Gallery: Maryland Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
The Terps' quest for a three-peat started Saturday, as the two-time defending NCAA champs hosted Notre Dame and Penn State in a series of scrimmages at College Park. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 6, 2015
Harlem Lacrosse Program Flourishing in Fifth Year
Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership wants to turn the concrete jungle into a lacrosse hotbed. Recent momentum suggests the non-profit organization is well on its way to that goal.

October 6, 2015
MLL's Bayhawks Tab Reese as New Head Coach
The Chesapeake Bayhawks did not need to look far for their next head coach. Brian Reese, an experienced Major League Lacrosse player, coach and executive, has been promoted as the team's head coach for the 2016 season, the team announced Tuesday.

October 5, 2015
From the Guest Editor Issue: CP's Ambassadors of the Game
Everybody is an ambassador of the game, says Casey Powell, but he's got in mind a few in particular that helped shape his vision for the World Lacrosse Foundation.

October 5, 2015
30 in 30: A Coaching Change, but also Continuity at Lock Haven
When Lindsay Reese took the field at Lock Haven for her first official practice Monday there was of course a bit of learning curve, she’s still learning her players’ names, but the on-field product didn't need much work.

October 5, 2015
Her Space: Opportunities Beyond the Division I Barrier
When we talk about college lacrosse recruiting, the conversation too often stops at Division I. Division III offers get overlooked, misinterpreted or downplayed, writes Kate Hickman.

October 4, 2015
Fall Ball Notes: Maryland's First Play Day
The two-time reigning champion kicked off its fall ball slate scrimmaging Notre Dame and Penn State and as expected, practicing the new rules was the main focus.

October 4, 2015
Photo Gallery: Ohio State vs. UNC (Men's Fall Ball)
NCAA quarterfinalists Ohio State and North Carolina had their annual fall ball scrimmage Saturday at Calvert Hall (Md.) benefitting the Michael Breschi Scholarship Fund. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 2, 2015
30 in 30: Huntsville Breaks D-II Ground in Alabama
Alabama can be an intriguing place for those who have never been there. Alabama-Huntsville comes online this spring in hopes of making D-II lacrosse a staple in the state.

October 1, 2015
30 in 30: New NCAA Women's Rules at Play in 2016
With all the excitement surrounding the shot clock, it doesn't go into effect until 2017 for DI and 2018 for DII and DIII. But there are more than 10 new rule changes that affect the 2016 season. Clarifications are made and coaches give their feedback.

October 1, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Maverik Centrik
Engineered to deliver maximum velocity and control on offense, while providing the strength needed to fight on defense. Features a 3-STRUT design to optimize stiffness without sacrificing weight.

October 1, 2015
Your Edge: Your Stick Has Eyes Says Kayla Treanor
Her college coach Gary Gait stunned the lacrosse world with the Air Gait, and now Kayla Treanor is turning heads with her inventive crease please, particularly with her goals from the goal line extended area.

September 30, 2015
Give and Go: Loyola Coach, Aussie Star Jen Adams
The greatest player in women's lacrosse history crushes pre-game jitters with virtual candy.

September 30, 2015
30 in 30: Army Preps for Inaugural Season Under Waagbo
With more women moving toward combat and special forces, Army will look toward its new lacrosse team for the next wave of leaders. Kristen Waagbo's squad will approach the 2016 season as a learning process.

September 30, 2015
From the Guest Editor Edition: Casey and Me
Kids that attended Casey Powell's clinics or had his poster on their wall are now playing with or against him. Here are three Florida Launch teammates that grew up idolizing the former Syracuse star.

September 29, 2015
30 in 30: Geppi-Aikens' Legacy Lives On Through Tucker
Hopkins coach Janine Tucker remains true to the promises to help grow the game that she made to her friend and mentor Diane Geppi-Aikens. Tucker now mentors scholastic and college coaches across all divisions.

September 29, 2015
Roughnecks Forward Shawn Evans Named NLL MVP
Shawn Evans was honored as the NLL MVP after scoring a single-season record 130 points in 2015. Plus, other award recipients at the 2015 NLL Season Awards & Hall of Fame Ceremony.

September 29, 2015
Swarm, Knighthawks and Roughnecks Feast at NLL Draft Table
Neil Stevens analyzes the 2015 NLL Draft as Lyle Thompson is picked No. 1 overall by the Georgia Swarm.

September 29, 2015
From the Guest Editor Issue: Ode to the GOATs
Who, or what, are the GOATs? The greatest of all-time? Our guest editor Casey Powell is considered in the conversation himself, but you won’t find him on any of his lists here.

September 28, 2015
Lyle Thompson Goes No. 1 Overall in NLL Draft
The NLL's newest fans will get to see its most celebrated brother act since the Gaits, as the Georgia Swarm selected Lyle Thompson first overall in the 2015 NLL draft Monday night in Toronto.

September 28, 2015
College Coaches Lobby to Stem Early Recruiting
The IWLCA has submitted two bold proposals that could drastically alter the recruiting landscape. But will the NCAA go against the grain to enact them? Justin Feil reports on the complexities at hand.

September 28, 2015
NLL Draft Preview: It's Thompson Time in Georgia
What better way to market a new NLL franchise than to bring the lacrosse's most celebrated brother act since the Gaits to town? Neil Stevens breaks down tonight's draft.

September 27, 2015
Photo Gallery: Israel vs. Team USA (WILC Bronze)
It wasn't the game the U.S. wanted to be playing in Sunday, but the Americans made the most of it with a 15-4 victory over Israel in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship bronze medal game at the Carrier Dome. Photos by Greg Wall.

September 27, 2015
Photo Gallery: Iroquois vs. Canada (WILC Final)
Canada pulled away late to beat the Iroquois Nationals 12-8 in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship final, with more than 10,000 fans on hand at Syracuse's Carrier Dome. Photos by Greg Wall.

September 27, 2015
Canada Takes Indoor Gold Again — But It Wasn't Easy
In front of a partisan crowd of Iroquois Nationals supporters, Canada could only take comfort late in a 12-8 win in the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship gold medal game.

September 27, 2015
U.S. Finishes In Familiar Spot with Bronze
The U.S. downed newcomer Israel 15-4 to finish with the bronze medal for the fourth straight time at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 26, 2015
World Indoor Championship Leaves Its Mark at Onondaga
With a new arena built and a $10 million price tag for the 10-day event, the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship will leave a lasting impact on Onondaga Nation.

September 26, 2015
Photo Gallery: Day 9 at the World Indoor Championship
The penultimate day of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship included four final placement games and a buffalo roast for the 13 teams, tournament officials, organizers and other attendees at Onondaga Nation. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Shots.

September 26, 2015
Day 9 Roundup: England Takes Fifth, More Final Results
England bested rival Ireland to take fifth place and the rest of the WILC final standings took shape ahead of Sunday's medal games at the Carrier Dome.

September 26, 2015
Yes He Can: Jack Enright's Will to Walk Again
Given a 10-percent chance to walk again after being paralyzed in a game last spring, 17-year-old Jack Enright has made major strides toward recovery, as featured in the October edition of Lacrosse Magazine.

September 25, 2015
Rollins Ends Suspension of Men's Lacrosse Team
Rollins College has ended its suspension of the men's lacrosse team, but will continue to monitor the team after it was found responsible for hazing, the school announced in a campus-wide email Friday.

September 25, 2015
Photos: Canada, Iroquois Advance to Final on Day 8
Canada and the Iroquois prevailed in the semifinals while action continued elsewhere to set up Saturday's four placement games at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Shots.

September 25, 2015
U.S. Comes Up Short in Bid for Gold Medal Game
A berth in the world indoor lacrosse championship game has eluded the United States yet again, and begs the question what more must be done to improve its box standing.

September 25, 2015
#LMLive: Iroquois Beat U.S. 17-10 in WILC Semifinals
The Iroquois used an eight-goal first-half run to put the U.S. in a big hole that it couldn't climb out of. The Nationals face Canada for the gold medal on Sunday.

September 25, 2015
Day 8 Roundup: Canada Breezes Through to WILC Final
The Canadians handled Israel 19-3 behind four first-half goals from Mark Matthews to stay perfect in WILC history and make Sunday's final.

September 25, 2015
30 in 30: Livesay Back at Home in Middlebury
Kate Livesay won a NCAA championship as a coach at Trinity, but she's back at home at Middlebury where she won two NCAA championships as a player.

September 25, 2015
Gallery: World Indoor Championship Day 7
Israel stopped the Czech Republic to join the United States, a big winner over Ireland, in the semifinal round. Australia and Turkey were also winners in consolation play. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Shots.

September 24, 2015
USA Preps for WILC Semis by Routing Ireland
Casey Powell and Drew Snider scored four goals each while defenseman Joel White left midway through the first quarter of a 22-2 quarterfinal win over Ireland.

September 24, 2015
WILC Day 7 Roundup: Israel Makes Semifinals
Israel, playing in its first ever WILC, edged the Czech Rebublic 13-12 to advance to the semifinals, where it will face Canada on Friday.

September 24, 2015
#LMLive: USA Cruises Past Ireland in WILC Quarters
The U.S. advanced past Ireland to set up a semifinal rematch with the Iroquois on Friday night at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 24, 2015
30 in 30: Rowan Brings Winning Pedigree to Wagner
Rookie coach Katie Rowan inherits a Wagner team that features one of the nation's most disruptive midfielders and was on the doorstep of the NCAA tournament. Look out for the Seahawks.

September 23, 2015
30 in 30: Patriot League Pandemonium to Continue?
A wild 2015 saw league preseason faves Loyola and Lehigh finish under .500, regular-season champ Navy upset in the league semifinals and finally Colgate winning the league. What will 2016 bring in the Patriot League?

September 23, 2015
Canada Finishes Unbeaten as WILC Pool Play Ends
Canada downed England 19-2 and the Iroquois Nationals beat the Czech Republic 17-4 as pool play concluded at the FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Canada and the Iroquois both earned byes to the semifinal round.

September 23, 2015
Shock and Awe: Canada Stunned U.S. U19 Women
With her whirling-dervish stick skills and blue-collar mentality, Selena Lasota led Canada to one of the biggest upsets in lacrosse history this past July.

September 23, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Selena Lasota
Just three years after playing field women’s lacrosse for the first time, she exploded into the NCAA ranks with style at Northwestern. And that was just the start. This summer, she led Canada to a stunning upset of the U.S. in the FIL U19 World Championship.

September 23, 2015
Gallery: The Faces of Casey Powell, Our Guest Editor
Photographer Josh Rottman put our guest editor Casey Powell through the paces for our October issue, and the all-time lacrosse great was more than happy to play along. Check out these photos that we didn't have room for in print.

September 23, 2015
Gallery: Canada Pulls Away from USA at WILC
Canada pulled away from Team USA in the second half to post an 18-7 victory in pool play on Tuesday night. Canada earned a bye to the semifinals with the win while the U.S. will play in the quarterfinals on Thursday. Photos by Greg Wall.

September 23, 2015
U.S. Still Waiting for Its Big Box Breakthrough
Team USA still has a lot of work to do to gain ground on the Iroquois and Canadians in box lacrosse, a point hammered home by an 18-7 loss to Canada in its WILC pool-play finale Tuesday.

September 22, 2015
Canada Tops U.S. to Clinch Quarterfinal Bye
Ryan Benesch scored six goals, while Matt Vinc and the Canadian defense held Team USA to just one second-half goal in an 18-7 blowout win Tuesday at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 22, 2015
WILC Day 5 Roundup: Quarterfinals Take Shape
The playoff picture got clearer Tuesday. Barring a major Blue Division upset Wednesday, the likely quarterfinal scenarios will pit the U.S. against Ireland and the Czech Republic against Israel.

September 22, 2015
Photo Gallery: World Indoor Championship Day 5
Check out photo highlights from Australia-Finland, Serbia-Turkey, Israel-Ireland, Germany-Switzerland, Iroquois-England and Canada-U.S., courtesy of Coyote Magic Action Shots.

September 22, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Missy Foote
A five-time NCAA champion, Foote retired after the 2015 season, but her success in the sport has been underscored by her commitment to fun and life lessons. Her influence on the sport transcends generations.

September 22, 2015
From the Guest Editor Issue: The Powell Way
A hands-off approach from mom and dad and hours spent in the backyard paved Casey, Ryan and Mike Powell's path toward lacrosse fame.

September 22, 2015
30 in 30: Endicott's Hagarty Comfortable in the Shadow
Sean Quirk built the powerful Endicott program from scratch, but now he's hung up the whistle. Despite the long shadow cast by his predecessor, Eric Hagarty is ready to lead the Gulls.

September 21, 2015
Inside the October Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
We enlisted the help of one of the greatest players of all-time, Casey Powell, for our October issue. Check out what shook out in our first-ever guest editor issue.

September 21, 2015
Powell Debuts as U.S. Bombards England Goalie To Win
In his first indoor game since leaving the Colorado Mammoth in 2014, Powell scored the game's first goal in the third minute, finishing with two goals and four assists to lead Team USA to a 13-9 win over England.

September 21, 2015
WILC Day 4 Roundup: Playoff Positioning Begins
While Blue Division pool play continues through Wednesday, teams from the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship's other divisions began to jockey for playoff position on Monday.

September 21, 2015
Photo Gallery: World Indoor Championship Day 4
The U.S., Serbia and Israel emerged victorious Monday. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Shots.

September 21, 2015
#LMLive: USA Tops England With Four-Goal Comeback
After trailing 7-5 late in the second quarter, the Americans reeled off four straight goals and eight of the next nine en route to a 13-9 win in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships on Monday.

September 21, 2015
30 in 30: USC's Northwestern-Like Trajectory
With Wildcat legend Lindsey Munday leading the way, the Trojans are on a similar course as when Northwestern restarted its program in 2002. It’s not to say the Trojans will win the NCAA title in year four, but who’s to say they can’t?

September 21, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Lyle Thompson
Some questioned if Lyle Thompson could perform at the same level without his brother, Miles, and cousin, Ty, as his supporting cast at Albany. All he did was elevate the Great Danes again to the precipice of the final four, and inspire legions of fans all over again.

September 20, 2015
Bold Comes Up Big in Canada's Comeback Win
Goalie Aaron Bold was at his best in the fourth quarter, allowing Canada to complete a 11-9 come-from-behind victory Sunday in its World Indoor Lacrosse Championship opener against the host Iroquois.

September 20, 2015
WILC Day 3 Roundup: Aussies Sweep Red Division
Australia started on a nine-goal run and never looked back, defeating Switzerland 21-6. Jeff Joy finished with five goals and four assists.

September 20, 2015
Photo Gallery: World Indoor Championship Day 3
Australia, Finland, Israel, the U.S., Serbia and Canada emerged victorious as round-robin play continued Sunday in Syracuse and Onondaga. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Shots

September 20, 2015
#LMLive: Canada Plays Power Ball to Beat Iroquois
Canada put the clamps on the Iroquois Nationals and rallied from an 8-5 deficit to open its World Indoor Lacrosse Championship title defense with an 11-9 victory at War Memorial Arena.

September 20, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: Case for the Shot Clock
OK, it's not a "person," exactly. But our personification of the shot clock comes in the wake of a landmark decision for women's lacrosse, which beat men's lacrosse to the long-discussed pace-of-play solution.

September 20, 2015
U.S. Takes Step in Right Direction with WILC Win
Team USA got a much-needed boost of confidence in defeating the Czech Republic 14-7 Sunday afternoon, dispelling the disappointment of losing its World Indoor Lacrosse Championship opener to the Iroquois Nationals.

September 19, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Jim Delany
The inaugural Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse season brought the exposure that the lacrosse community had hoped it would. The bonus was the more than token support from influential Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany.

September 19, 2015
Ireland Escape Highlights Day Two at WILC
Ireland improved to 2-0 in the Green Division with a wild last-second 11-10 win over Serbia to highlight the second day of action at the FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 19, 2015
Photo Gallery: Iroquois Downs USA in Opener
The U.S. pulled within one but the Iroquois pulled away in the fourth quarter to win 13-9 on opening night of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Photos by Greg Wall.

September 19, 2015
Longtime Officials Coordinator Warren Kimber Dies
Warren Kimber (right), the longtime national coordinator of officials for the NCAA and district assigning director for the USILA, died on Thursday.

September 19, 2015
WILC: New-Look Canada Looks to Maintain Perfection
No John Grant. No Colin Doyle. No Josh Sanderson. No, nostalgia wasn’t a consideration when Canada assembled a roster capable of winning a fourth straight world indoor lacrosse championship.

September 19, 2015
U.S. Fades Late in World Indoor Tournament Debut
A fourth-quarter collapse left a third-quarter rally meaningless for the United States as it dropped a 13-9 decision to the Iroquois Nationals to close out the opening day of the world indoor lacrosse championship Friday night.

September 18, 2015
Photo Gallery: World Indoor Championship Day 1
Five games and opening ceremonies kicked off the 10-day World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Photos by Coyote Magic Action Photos.

September 18, 2015
Photo Gallery: FIL WILC Opening Ceremonies
A sold-out crowd of nearly 5,000 at the War Memorial Arena witnessed a dazzling light show and parade of nations put on by the Onondaga Nation to launch the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in Syracuse, N.Y. Photos by Greg Wall.

September 18, 2015
#LMLive: Iroquois Take Blue Divison Opener vs. USA
A three-goal Team USA run made it a one-goal game heading into the fourth quarter, but the Iroquois owned the finish on opening night of the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 18, 2015
Iroquois Pumped to Play at Home, Confident at WILC Start
With five Thompsons and the excitement of playing at home flowing through them, the Iroquois Nationals are confident heading into the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 18, 2015
With Resch at Helm, Underdog U.S. Steady at the Top
Tony Resch has been there, done that, winning four NLL titles as a head coach. He's the right guy for the job of improving the U.S. stance in the world indoor ranks.

September 18, 2015
IWLCA Submits Two Recruiting Legislative Proposals to NCAA
The IWLCA proposals revises the DI women’s lacrosse recruiting calendar and standardizes the initial date for all communication with prospective student-­athletes and their families.

September 18, 2015
30 in 30: Limestone's Persistent Attack Platoon
Last year, the Saints ran four attackmen in five minute rotations and it paid off in a nation title. They're going to do it again -- and perhaps expand the platoon -- in '16. Can it work again?

September 18, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Joe Spallina
No one has as many irons in the fire as Spallina, whose influence spans youth, college women’s and professional lacrosse. He has been wildly successful at all three levels, making him one of the biggest influencers in the game today.

September 17, 2015
Wofford To Add Women's Lacrosse, Join Atlantic Sun
Wofford College director of athletics Richard Johnson announced on Thursday that the school will introduce women's lacrosse as a varsity sport beginning in the 2017-18 school year.

September 17, 2015
Your Edge: Faceoff Drills with Mike Poppleton
Mike Poppleton, the former Johns Hopkins specialist, helped the Rochester Rattlers to the playoffs with a 55-percent win rate, trailing only the New York Lizards’ Greg Gurenlian and Denver’s Anthony Kelly for the league lead. He breaks down how to practice clamping in the sweet spot.

September 17, 2015
Buchanan Named U.S. Indoor Captain for WILC
Team USA coach Tony Resch named Kevin Buchanan captain, with Casey Powell and Brett Manney as assistants, on the eve of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 17, 2015
WILC Preview: Ratcliffe Comes Out of Retirement
A one-time NLL All-Star and Champion's Cup winner, Jeff Ratcliffe surprised Team USA coaches by showing up to camp better than ever after eight years away from the game.

September 17, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Tyler Steinhardt
This is Steinhardt's fourth straight year on the ballot with his philanthropic efforts, including Shootout for Soldiers, wheelchair lacrosse for wounded vets and the Dream 2014 campaign as the general manager of Uganda Lacrosse. Should this natural leader be POY?

September 17, 2015
30 in 30: Brown Brings Back the Big Guns
Brown gave college lacrosse a case of whiplash with an uninhibited offensive philosophy that drew all sorts of attention and has the Bears positioned as Ivy League favorites heading into 2016.

September 16, 2015
WILC: White Quick on the Floor, and a Fast Learner
Joel White only has five years of box lacrosse experience, but took to it quick enough to be named captain of one of the NLL's nine teams before being dealt to Minnesota at the 2015 trade deadline.

September 16, 2015
30 in 30: Franklin & Marshall's Road Back to the Top
F&M made it back to the final four a year ahead of schedule. And with most of his junior class studying abroad this fall, coach Mike Faith will get a good look at the reinforcements — with an eye on the Dips' first NCAA title since 2009.

September 16, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Cathy Reese
Often overlooked because of Maryland's women's lacrosse pedigree, coach Cathy Reese deserves more than a token nod for her accomplishments — and the manner in which she has accomplished them.

September 15, 2015
30 in 30: Kay Train's Last Stop
Arguably the best attacker in the women's college game today, Kayla Treanor enters her senior season at Syracuse after joining forces with Halle Majorana behind the cage. Plus, Treanor's career has been on a similar trajectory to that of Maryland's Taylor Cummings.

September 15, 2015
WILC Preview: Resetarits a Rising Star in Box Ranks
Fresh off an impressive NLL playoff run with the Rochester Knighthawks and MSL MVP campaign with the Brampton Excelsiors, righty forward Joe Resetarits could be Team USA's ticket to a world indoor upset.

September 15, 2015
Brodie Merrill Withdraws from WILC Due to Injury
Canada got some bad news Monday. The three-time defending gold medalist will be without Brodie Merrill for the upcoming World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 15, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Greg Gurenlian
The "Beast" left his prints all over the faceoff community in 2015, mentoring Division I NCAA champion and Denver FOGO Trevor Baptiste. Gurenlian then went on to become the first faceoff man to win MLL MVP and led the Lizards to their first title since 2003.

September 14, 2015
WILC Preview: Slim Pickings for U.S. Box Goalies
Team USA's goalie trio features two career backups and a nearly 300-pound wild card. But Chris Collins says it would be foolish to overlook the underdog U.S. when the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship commences Friday.

September 14, 2015
30 in 30: Life Without Lyle Begins at Albany
For Albany, life without Lyle Thompson begins with Blaze Riorden, the goalie made famous for his end-to-end rumble in the NCAA tournament. "He's our best player," Albany coach Scott Marr said.

September 14, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Paul Rabil
Lacrosse’s most popular — and polarizing — player keeps putting himself and the sport out there for everyone to see. He backed it up with an MLL championship game MVP performance.

September 13, 2015
His Space: A Double Blight That Won't Go Away
There is so much good in lacrosse, but Bill Tanton writes that unfortunately two stories from the past decade may define the sport in the mainstream for a generation.

September 13, 2015
4.0 and Go: Serious Students, Serious Athletes
LM got a glimpse at a week in the lives of Bucknell's Mike Schiappa and Navy's Kelsey O'Brien, big-time college lacrosse players with big-time academic ambition. How do they pull it off?

September 13, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Bill Tierney
Bill Tierney was Lacrosse Magazine's Person of the Year in 2009 after deciding to leave Princeton for Denver. Should he win it again after bringing a national title to the West?

September 12, 2015
Your Edge: Pick-and-Roll with BC's Sarah Mannelly
Learn how Tewaaraton Award finalist Sarah Mannelly became the unsung hero of the powerful Boston College offense.

September 12, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for the Canadians
No matter where you look, they're winning. Our neighbors to the north had a banner year, and could add to their bounty as the favorite at the upcoming world indoor championship. Person of the Year material? You tell us.

September 11, 2015
Remembering the Lacrosse Victims from Sept. 11
On Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacked the United States and the lacrosse community was deeply affected. More than 60 individuals with close ties to the sport died in the attacks. We ask that you pause to remember these individuals so that their spirit continues to live on.

September 11, 2015
Victoria Delivers WLA First Mann Cup Since 2005
Victoria beat Peterborough 12-6 to complete a 4-2 series victory in Canada's Mann Cup, giving the Western Lacrosse Association its first title in the series since 2005.

September 11, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Cummings
Lacrosse Magazine's Person of the Year conversation is down to 13 finalists, starting with Maryland superstar and two-time Tewaaraton winner Taylor Cummings.

September 11, 2015
30 in 30: How Florida Southern Brings the Heat
With a recruiting model that alternates developing elite offenses and defenses, new South Region juggernaut Florida Southern hopes to return to the NCAA tournament behind a stout back line.

September 10, 2015
Team USA Indoor Training Camp Check-In
We caught up with the U.S. Men's National Indoor Team at training camp outside of Philadelphia ahead of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, Sept. 18-27 in Onondaga Nation and Syracuse, N.Y.

September 10, 2015
Team USA Pro-Files: Buchanan, Thul, Holman
We caught up with Kevin Buchanan, Garrett Thul and Marcus Holman, three traditionally-trained field players who are adjusting to playing forward with the U.S. indoor national team.

September 10, 2015
30 in 30: New Digs and New Gigs
Lacrosse Magazine recaps a busy offseason of player transfers and coaching moves — who to watch this fall and how they could influence the college lacrosse landscape next spring.

September 10, 2015
Winners Announced for 2015 Ace Adams Award
The US Lacrosse Men’s Collegiate Officials Committee has named the recipients of the James “Ace” Adams Sportsmanship Award for the 2015 lacrosse season.

September 10, 2015
Shamrocks Break Through in OT, Lead Series 3-2
After getting shut out in the third period and foiled by two controversial crease calls, the Victoria Shamrocks put away the pesky Peterborough Lakers in overtime to win Game 6 of the Mann Cup 7-5. They're one win away from their first Canadian national box title since 2005.

September 9, 2015
Westervelt Out for World Indoor Championship
A nagging shoulder injury will keep Drew Westervelt, perhaps the best American-born box player, out of this month's World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.

September 9, 2015
US Lacrosse Opens LaxCon Registration
Lacrosse's largest educational event set for Baltimore Jan. 22-24. Registration begins at $90 for US Lacrosse members and $150 for non-members. Fan Fest tickets start at $10.

September 9, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine Named Finalist for Two Folio Awards
Lacrosse Magazine has been named a 2015 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Award finalist in two categories — Overall Use of Social Media and Single Article — for accomplishments during the 2014-15 editorial cycle.

September 9, 2015
MLL Announces 23-Man Protected Rosters
Major League Lacrosse's eight teams have announced their 23-man protected rosters. Teams will have to whittle down to 10 or 12 protected players by next month for an expansion draft for the Atlanta Blaze.

September 9, 2015
Dickson, Lakers Draw Even in Mann Cup Series
Mann Cup leading scorer Curtis Dickson scored four goals Tuesday night to lead the Peterborough Lakers to an 8-4 win over the Victoria Shamrocks, knotting Canada's signature box championship series at two games apiece.

September 8, 2015
30 in 30: Jones, Kavanagh Top Way Early Tewaaraton Watch
It's never too early to handicap the Tewaaraton Award race, right? As fall ball begins, let's a took a look at the best players in the country, led by Duke's Myles Jones and Notre Dame's Matt Kavanagh.

September 8, 2015
Tucker Lands in Atlanta as Blaze Coach/GM
Two-time MLL Coach of the Year John Tucker will be the inaugural coach and general manager for the Atlanta Blaze expansion team.

September 8, 2015
U.S. Indoor Team Gets Up to Speed in Prep for WILC
The U.S. indoor team convened for a final training camp before the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship begins in two weeks at Onondaga Nation.

September 8, 2015
U.S. Indoor Coach Tony Resch: It's On To Syracuse
Corey McLaughlin caught up with Team USA Indoor coach Tony Resch during a Labor Day weekend training camp outside Philadelphia.

September 7, 2015
30 in 30: Who are the Way Early Tewaaraton Candidates?
To kick off our 30 in 30 fall ball series, let's take a look at the top female candidates for the Tewaaraton Award. Could Maryland midfielder Taylor Cummings become the first three-time recipient?

September 6, 2015
Her Space: Social Media Do's and Don'ts
The players huddle with their teammates as if in conversation, but not saying a word. Rather, their heads are down, and they are looking, laughing and typing into their phones. Send the right message to your friends and followers, writes Kate Hickman.

September 4, 2015
Rollins Suspends Men's Team Amid Investigation
Rollins College has temporarily suspended its men's lacrosse team due to "accusations regarding student conduct and recruiting," a school spokeswoman told the Orlando Sentinel on Friday.

September 4, 2015
Cannons Part Ways With MLL Coach of Year Tucker
John Tucker is out as head coach of the Boston Cannons after leading a rebuilding team to the MLL playoffs.

September 4, 2015
Tavares Retirement Marks End of Era for NLL
Retiring after 24 seasons with a number of near-untouchable records, John Tavares has been one of the faces of professional lacrosse for a generation.

September 4, 2015
Lax com's Top College Goals of 2015
The 2015 college lacrosse season was one for the ages, featuring top play from a once in a generation talent like Lyle Thompson and Denver winning its first National Title in program history. Lax.com takes a look back at some of their favorite moments from the season with the our Top College Goals of 2015!

September 4, 2015
The Time Has Come for Women's Lacrosse
On May 21, ASTM approved a headgear standard. On July 16, the NCAA approved a 90-second shot clock. In 56 days, women's lacrosse changed forever.

September 3, 2015
Lifestyles: That's Mr. Tavares to You
An NLL legend with his name all over the record books, John Tavares is just as comfortable in his classroom full of kids as a math teacher in Mississauga, Ontario.

September 3, 2015
Johns Hopkins Extends Petro Through 2020
The Blue Jays have inked coach Dave Pietramala to a contract extension that last through the next four seasons.

September 3, 2015
Maurer Named Mount St. Mary’s Women’s Lacrosse Assistant
Kerrin Maurer, Duke's all-time career assists leader and two-time All-American, will join the Schwarzmann sisters at Mount St. Mary's University as an assistant.

September 2, 2015
Season to Open with Team USA Spring Premiere
The 2016 lacrosse season will open in grand style with three U.S. national teams squads competing against top competition in the inaugural Team USA Spring Premiere. The event will take place on the weekend of Jan. 8-10, 2016 at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

September 2, 2015
NLL Legend John Tavares Announces Retirement
Buffalo Bandits star John Tavares retires as the NLL's leader in several categories after a career that began in 1992.

September 1, 2015
Freshmen 15: Women's Lacrosse Difference Makers
Fortunes rise and fall with each year's influx of difference-making players. Who is ready to take over in women's lacrosse as they hit campus for the first time?

September 1, 2015
Freshman 15: Impact Players Hitting Campuses
It's back to school time, and in college lacrosse, that means its a first chance to look at some of the players expected to make an instant impact in men's lacrosse. Who heads up our list?

September 1, 2015
New Reality Series 'The Agent' to Feature a Dose of Lacrosse
Peter Schaffer, a certified NFL agent for more than 25 years, is also a lacrosse diehard and his life will be on full display in a new Esquire Network reality show, "The Agent," debuting next month.

August 31, 2015
Give and Go: Bayhawks' Midfielder Dan Burns
Want to make Chesapeake Bayhawks midfielder Dan Burns' day? Get him on a boat with some Harry Potter and buffalo chicken tenders might do the trick.

August 31, 2015
A Midsummer Night's Power Ranking: Men's Div. III
The 2015 season is in the books and the '16 campaign is just a concept. That must mean it's time for Jac Coyne's Midsummer Night's Power Rankings, a look at what could be in store for the upcoming season.

August 30, 2015
Lacrosse Community Sticks Up for Openly Gay Youth
Three months after telling his friends and family he was gay, 12-year-old Braeden Lange starred in the Courage Game, the subject of an ESPN "SC Featured" segment Sunday.

August 30, 2015
Gear Up: Battle XFast Ankle Support
Enter to win and help stay away from one of the game's most common injuries with this XFast ankle support.

August 28, 2015
A Midsummer Night's Power Ranking: Men's Div. II
It's that of the year again when Jac Coyne crunches the numbers and takes a first look at the 20 teams will be in the hunt during the men's Division II season.

August 28, 2015
Team USA Defender Sloane Serpe Joins Yale's Coaching Staff
Sloane Serpe, an All-American defender who helped North Carolina win the 2013 NCAA Championship, has joined Erica LaGrow's coaching staff as an assistant coach.

August 27, 2015
Inside the September Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
Canada's landmark victory over Team USA in the U19 World Championship lands Northwestern star Selena Lasota on the cover of the latest issue of Lacrosse Magazine.

August 27, 2015
Tumolo Returns to Syracuse Sideline as Assistant
Tewaaraton Award finalist Michelle Tumolo '13 has returned to her alma mater to join head women's lacrosse coach Gary Gait's coaching staff.

August 26, 2015
Team USA Roster for World Indoor Championships Announced
The 23-man roster for September's World Indoor Lacrosse Championships has been released, featuring several NLL stars among the medal hopefuls.

August 26, 2015
Major League Lacrosse From The Spallina Perspective
Brian Spallina was in a Lizards uniform for the first MLL final in 2001, the most recent one in 2015, and many others in between. What does he think of the league's progress?

August 25, 2015
Building Culture: Cassese Coaching Tree Grows
Former Duke and Team USA standout Kevin Cassese presented on "How to Build a Lacrosse Program" at the USL convention in January. How has he managed to do so at Lehigh since his arrival in 2007?

August 24, 2015
Questions Remain at Close of U.S. Indoor Camp in CT
The U.S. Indoor team continued to come together on Sunday in Simsbury, but coaches continue to seek the right mix for next month's World Indoor Lacrosse Championships.

August 23, 2015
Camp Begins for U.S. Indoor Hopefuls in Connecticut
With a month to go before the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, the final selections are underway at Team USA's training camp in Connecticut this weekend.

August 22, 2015
Who's Who at the U.S. Men's Indoor Tryouts?
Who will represent the United States at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship next month? We'll know after this weekend's training camp in Connecticut.

August 22, 2015
Gear Up: Rage Cage Brave Goal
Work on your shot and sting those corners in no time by entering to win this Rage Cage Brave goal from LM's Gear Up contest.

August 21, 2015
Iroquois Nationals Announce Indoor Worlds Roster
The Iroquois National Team that will participate in next month's World Indoor Lacrosse Championships has been selected.

August 20, 2015
WILC Title Game to Air Live on Universal Sports Network
Four games from the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, including the title game, will air on the Universal Sports Network.

August 19, 2015
Highlights: U19 Blue-White Exhibition Game
Team USA Blue topped Team USA White 13-12 in overtime on Sunday, Aug. 9, at Johns Hopkins University in a Blue-White Exhibition, pitting the nation's top 51 against each other with 30 spots on the U.S. Men's U19 team on the line.

August 18, 2015
England Senior Women Become First Six-Time ELF European Winner
Team England dominated three-time winner Wales 11-8 Saturday in Nymburk, Czech Republic, to be crowned the 2015 ELF women’s European champion.

August 18, 2015
31 Named to U.S. Indoor Team Training Camp
US Lacrosse has announced the 31-player tryout pool for this weekend’s U.S. Men’s Indoor National Team training camp at the Westminster School in Simsbury, Conn.

August 16, 2015
LI Express Crowned Men’s Elite A Champs at OC Lax Classic
Captained by Maryland grad Mike Chanenchuk and led by the MVP, Furman goalie Jake Gavin, Long Island Express cruised to a 14-6 win over NYAC in a New York showdown on the Maryland shore.

August 16, 2015
Hot Buns Defeat Reigning Champion CyberCore for OC Women’s Elite Title
Led by Team USA's Becky Lynch and Team STX's Josie Owens, Hot Buns barrel through the Ocean City Lacrosse Classic and downed CyberCore 7-5 for the women's elite crown.

August 15, 2015
Former Stars Shine at Ocean City Lacrosse Classic
Legend Gary Gait is here, and so are the Thompson brothers. Former All-Americans in NCAA Division I women's lacrosse have also made it to the shore, including Beth Glaros (Maryland), Taryn Van Thof (Loyola) and Ashton Wheatley (Salisbury).

August 15, 2015
Gallery: Ocean City Lacrosse Classic Kicks Off
The annual showcase that is the Ocean City Lacrosse Classic is underway on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

August 14, 2015
NCAA Committee Decides Against Rules Changes
Happy with the results of last year's changes, the NCAA rules committee has decided against further rules updates for men's lacrosse for 2016

August 14, 2015
Team USA: A Scottish Adventure | Episode 3
In the third and final episode of "Team USA: A Scottish Adventure," follow the U.S. Women's U19 team on FIL World Championship gold medal game day as they face off against Canada.

August 13, 2015
Ocean City Lacrosse Classic - Teams and Schedule
The late-summer favorite Ocean City Lacrosse Classic kicks off today on Maryland's Eastern Shore - who is playing and when?

August 12, 2015
Washburn: Why MLL Needs More Mainstream Stars — and How to Do It
The MLL needs way more full-time stars than one, like Paul Rabil, or two, like Rob Pannell. In order for Major League Lacrosse to grow, multiple players need to hit the mainstream, says Evan Washburn.

August 11, 2015
Team USA: A Scottish Adventure | Episode 2
In episode two of our three-part series with the U.S. Women's Under-19 Team in Scotland, follow Team USA through wins over New Zealand and England in the medal round, setting up a gold medal showdown with Canada. Episode 3 premieres Thursday, Aug. 13!

August 11, 2015
New Faceoff Procedure Among Rules Changes in HS Boys Lax
Four significant changes for boys' lacrosse were approved by the National Federation of State HS Associations, including how faceoffs are managed.

August 11, 2015
Stars Aligned: Inside the New York Lizards Taking the Title
They did what was expected, but that doesn't mean it was easy. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how the star-studded New York Lizards aligned around the biggest question about them. Could they win the MLL title?

August 11, 2015
Gallery: U.S. U19 Men Get Run at Blue-White Scrimmage
The final evaluation event before cuts to the 30-man training roster saw a thrilling OT win in the U19 Blue-White scrimmage at Johns Hopkins Sunday. Photos by John Strohsacker.

August 10, 2015
30-Player Training Roster Announced for 2016 U.S. U19 Men’s Team
After a busy training weekend and Blue-White scrimmage in Baltimore, the 30 player training roster that will work towards next summer's U19 World Championship has been selected.