Inside the March Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
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by Matt DaSilva
Among the many things that may confuse the casual viewer of a women's lacrosse game, the fact that players often are wearing skirts is among the most mentioned. Why don't more teams wear shorts, like perennial title contender Northwestern?
by Kate Hickman
The recent mandate in Florida that decreed headgear required for girls' lacrosse isn't the first of its kind. Lets take a trip back to Massachusetts in the 1980s and 90s, where a similar requirement got its first test.
by Bill Tanton
A legend is someone who earns enduring fame, according to Bill Tanton. Who makes the grade in lacrosse? What separates them from the mere mortals?
by Ryan Boyle
A shot clock in NCAA men's lacrosse would offer the game of lacrosse a chance to be revolutionary - but so far, the rules committee has gone up to that cliff, but been afraid to jump.
I Am The Official Lax Girl
Somewhere between Zimbabwe and Tennessee, in the span of 140
characters, an unlikely lacrosse icon came to life.
by Mark Macyk
Prep Time: Nike/LM High School Preview
Rapid change in the high school lacrosse landscape is underway
as the sport explodes in new regions, while some of the old
stalwarts continue to dominate. How will things shake out in
by Lacrosse Magazine Staff
A Beautiful Mind
Denver's coach-in-waiting (and current top assistant to Hall of
Famer Bill Tierney), Matt Brown has his fingerprints all over the Pioneers, as well
as Canada's gold-winning squad this summer.
by Corey McLaughlin
The Specialist - Kaylin Morissette
Winning possession in the men's game has become an escalating
battle between specialists (and the NCAA rule-makers. Is Kaylin Morissette a prototype for a similar
mindset in women's lacrosse?
by Megan Schneider
Next Level Thinking
Some of the best in the business share their tips and secrets on
getting better all the time - as a coach, player, and even fan of
by Lacrosse Magazine Staff
The Ball Boy's Ballad
JP Honsinger does not know how long he has left. All he knows is
he lives and breathes Albany Lacrosse.
by Devon Heinen
Lifestyles: Coach with a Photo Finish
The onetime NCAA championship head coach at Cortland State, Rich Barnes has found his calling as a professional photographer (who's work, it bears noting, you have probably seen right here).
Off the Field: Meg Markham
Penn's All-American defender and the reigning Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year has a girly side. You wouldn't know it by the way she plays. She took us on a tour of her pad on Lacrosse Magazine's new YouTube channel.
It's hard enough to be an inside shooter - but Chris Boland has some tips on not only how to be good, but to teach others how to be good. Fellow Johns Hopkins Blue Jay Mike Pellegrino lends his tips on how to be a ground ball machine, with Team USA's Caitlyn McFadden sharing her scrambling skills.
Give and Go: Brian Sherlock
Loyola's sophomore midfielder wants to train for the toughest races around, but first he answers our (and your) questions at the back of this month's book.
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