• The Future of Lacrosse?
    November 10, 2016
    The Future of Lacrosse? Dreaming big, thinking small in Olympic quest for lacrosse
  • McLaughlin: Moving On, But Not Waving Goodbye to Lacrosse
    September 15, 2016
    McLaughlin: Moving On, But Not Waving Goodbye to Lacrosse Lacrosse Magazine deputy editor Corey McLaughlin reflects on six-plus years of working with LM and US Lacrosse. There have been many great memories and people met along the way.
  • Danowski Nets Eight Points on 'Special Day' at USA Scrimmage
    September 11, 2016
    Danowski Nets Eight Points on 'Special Day' at USA Scrimmage Matt Danowski, playing for his father and Team USA head coach John, had three goals and five assists in a 15-13 win for his side in a U.S. intrasquad scrimmage Sunday in Sparks, Md.
  • Five Things to Watch at Team USA Men's Scrimmage
    September 08, 2016
    Five Things to Watch at Team USA Men's Scrimmage Old and new faces, John Danowski and company together again, and a split-squad scrimmage during US Lacrosse Grand Opening weekend.
  • From the Mag: No Quit in Coquitlam
    August 09, 2016
    From the Mag: No Quit in Coquitlam Event plus response equals outcome. It was one of many memes the U.S. under-19 men's national team heard along the way to the 2016 FIL World Championship. And it turned out to be a positive result in thrilling comeback fashion.
  • Binghamton Brings Back McKeown to be Next Head Coach
    July 19, 2016
    Binghamton Brings Back McKeown to be Next Head Coach The Bearcats have turned to one of their own. Binghamton's former America East Player of the Year and All-American goalie Kevin McKeown is the program's new head coach.
  • Year of UNC: It Was Great Day to be a Tar Heel
    July 19, 2016
    Year of UNC: It Was Great Day to be a Tar Heel Unburdened by expectations, unheralded as players, North Carolina put it all together at the right time to win its first NCAA title in 25 years. Relive the Tar Heels' season and dramatic finish in a championship game bout against Maryland.
  • U.S. U19ers Take Gold with Thrilling Comeback Win Over Canada
    July 17, 2016
    U.S. U19ers Take Gold with Thrilling Comeback Win Over Canada Down six at halftime, the U.S. under-19 men's national team clawed back and took its first lead of the game with eight seconds left on a Ryan Conrad goal. It was just enough for Team USA to take gold on enemy soil.
  • U19 Final Round Wrap: Mexico Ends First Tourney With Win
    July 15, 2016
    U19 Final Round Wrap: Mexico Ends First Tourney With Win Mexico Lacrosse started with a dream seven years ago. In the final round of the FIL U19 Men's World Championship that started on Friday, the Mexicans earned their first U19 tournament win.
  • Team USA, Canada to Meet Again for U19 Men's World Title
    July 15, 2016
    Team USA, Canada to Meet Again for U19 Men's World Title For the fifth time since U19 international play began in 1988, the U.S. and Canada will play for gold after getting semifinal wins on Thursday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
  • Purdie Jr. Playing For Dad (Again) and Country
    July 14, 2016
    Purdie Jr. Playing For Dad (Again) and Country Gordon Purdie Jr. never thought he would play for his dad, the Australian lacrosse icon, in college at Adelphi. Now he's playing for him again at the FIL U19 Men's World Championship.
  • Morgan State to Consider Return of Lacrosse as D-I Program
    July 13, 2016
    Morgan State to Consider Return of Lacrosse as D-I Program Will Division I men's lacrosse make its way to Morgan State? They're looking into it, says the president of the historically black university in Baltimore that, 35 years ago, famously produced the Ten Bears.
  • Next Wave of Iroquois Nationals on Display at U19s
    July 13, 2016
    Next Wave of Iroquois Nationals on Display at U19s The FIL U19 men's world championships cultivate the game's future stars, and this year's Iroquois team has a couple to watch now and in the future.
  • Team USA Moves to 3-0 with Blowout of Iroquois Nationals
    July 12, 2016
    Team USA Moves to 3-0 with Blowout of Iroquois Nationals After trailing 3-1 entering the second quarter, Team USA held the Iroquois Nationals scoreless for the final 65 minutes and won 17-3 on Monday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
  • Lights Out: Canada Closes Strong, Beats Iroquois After Long Delay
    July 11, 2016
    Lights Out: Canada Closes Strong, Beats Iroquois After Long Delay There was smoke. There was fire. There was an hour and 15-minute delay and two field switches. Then there was the finish. Canada defeated the Iroquois Nationals 12-9 on Saturday night in preliminary round play at U19 world championships, but a score line alone won’t tell you the circumstances.
  • Klan Starting in Goal for his Former and Present Coach
    July 10, 2016
    Klan Starting in Goal for his Former and Present Coach U.S. under-19 men’s national team goalie Willie Klan, who started for the second straight game Saturday in Team USA’s 13-4 preliminary round win over Australia, was a member of U.S. coach Nick Myers’ Ohio State Buckeyes this spring. But he's transferring to Syracuse in the fall.
  • Sowers Notches Five in Team USA’s Win Over Australia
    July 09, 2016
    Sowers Notches Five in Team USA’s Win Over Australia Incoming Princeton freshman attackman Michael Sowers scored five goals, one off the all-time single-game record for a U.S. under-19 men’s national team player, in Team USA’s 13-4 win over Australia Saturday at the U19 men's world championships.
  • U.S. Cruises Past Canada in U19 World Championship Opener
    July 08, 2016
    U.S. Cruises Past Canada in U19 World Championship Opener Timmy Kelly led the way with three goals, as Team USA started strong en route to a 12-5 win over Canada in the opening game of the FIL U19 Men's World Championship in British Columbia.
  • Behind Enemy Lines at the U19 World Championship
    July 06, 2016
    Behind Enemy Lines at the U19 World Championship Team USA’s stiffest competition will come from the Iroquois and Canada, which it faces on opening night of the 16-team Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championship on Thursday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
  • By the Numbers: Team USA's College Guys
    July 06, 2016
    By the Numbers: Team USA's College Guys Fifteen members of the U.S. under 19 men’s national team roster have already played one college season. Princeton midfielder Austin Sims has played two. Here’s a look at the impact some of them have already had at the college level.
  • Your Edge: A Big-Little Situation
    June 30, 2016
    Your Edge: A Big-Little Situation Duke’s Case Matheis and Brad Smith run a two-man game against defenseman Tripp Telesco and Lehigh.
  • Lacrosse Magazine Year-End All-Americans (D-I Men)
    June 09, 2016
    Lacrosse Magazine Year-End All-Americans (D-I Men) Like the midseason version of this exercise, Lacrosse Magazine’s year-end NCAA Division I men’s All-American list features a lot of Brown. Four Bears, including Tewaaraton Award winner Dylan Molloy, are represented here, including three at specialty positions: goalie, faceoff and long-stick midfield.
  • U.S. U19 Men's Training Weekend Check-In, Photos
    June 05, 2016
    U.S. U19 Men's Training Weekend Check-In, Photos For the first time, the 25 players who will travel to Canada as the U.S. under-19 men's national team were in one spot, at the new US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md.
  • 3 Big Things: How UNC Started Fast, Finished Off Loyola
    May 28, 2016
    3 Big Things: How UNC Started Fast, Finished Off Loyola North Carolina led by as many as 10 goals early in the second quarter, got timely faceoff wins by Stephen Kelly and a career-day from Chris Cloutier to move past Loyola to Monday's national title game.
  • Practice Day at the Linc: Video, Photos and More
    May 27, 2016
    Practice Day at the Linc: Video, Photos and More North Carolina, Brown, Loyola and Maryland took to the finely manicured grass field on a hot day to work through final prep before Saturday’s semifinals. LM was on the scene.
  • Molloy 'Highly Unlikely' to Play, But Tewaaraton is His
    May 24, 2016
    Molloy 'Highly Unlikely' to Play, But Tewaaraton is His Brown coach Lars Tiffany said that the nation's leading scorer, Dylan Molloy, will most likely not play on championship weekend. That doesn't hurt Molloy's Tewaaraton chances, though.
  • Men's Weekend Watch: NCAA Tournament Superlatives
    May 13, 2016
    Men's Weekend Watch: NCAA Tournament Superlatives With 16 teams getting after it over the course of two days, here is a look at the players that could play a role as May Madness gets underway.
  • Spencer Shines in Loyola's Patriot League Championship Win
    May 01, 2016
    Spencer Shines in Loyola's Patriot League Championship Win Loyola freshman attackman Pat Spencer set a Patriot League championship game-record with 10 points as the Greyhounds punched a ticket to the NCAA tournament.
  • Men's Weekend Watch: As the Bubble Blows
    April 22, 2016
    Men's Weekend Watch: As the Bubble Blows Looking at the Bracketology scene and this weekend's slate, it could be bubble-bursting time for some.
  • Men's Weekend Watch: Sunday Is Where It's At
    April 08, 2016
    Men's Weekend Watch: Sunday Is Where It's At Lacrosse loves its Saturdays. But this weekend, Sunday is where the big matchups are: Notre Dame-Duke, UNC-Virginia and Maryland-Penn State.
  • Weekend Watch: Conference Battles Heat Up
    April 01, 2016
    Weekend Watch: Conference Battles Heat Up There are four juicy conference battles of note this weekend across the ACC, Ivy League and Big Ten. Corey McLaughlin previews the slate.
  • Division I Men Midseason Awards, All-Americans
    March 31, 2016
    Division I Men Midseason Awards, All-Americans Look this exercise over and you’ll see a decent amount of Brown. It reflects the year the undefeated Bears have put together so far and also the potential that they have moving forward.
  • Weekend Watch: Blue Bloods on the Brink
    March 25, 2016
    Weekend Watch: Blue Bloods on the Brink Virginia, Duke and North Carolina could be in trouble come NCAA tournament time. The blue bloods would do well to live in the moment this weekend and from here on out. It will add up come Selection Sunday.
  • Men's Weekend Watch: Orange and Blue Rivalry
    March 18, 2016
    Men's Weekend Watch: Orange and Blue Rivalry Syracuse and Johns Hopkins meet for the 55th time and we'll learn more about just how good the 2016 edition of the Orange is. Plus, Stony Brook-Albany battle for America East supremacy.
  • McAnaney: Yale Focused on Short-Term, and Big Picture
    March 17, 2016
    McAnaney: Yale Focused on Short-Term, and Big Picture As Ivy League play begins this weekend, conference front-runner Yale isn't shying away from postseason talk, but knows it has to take care of business between now and then.
  • Nick Myers, The Kennebunk Kid
    March 16, 2016
    Nick Myers, The Kennebunk Kid From the blue-collar side of a tourist town in southern Maine, Ohio State and U.S. U19 coach Nick Myers has reunited with his brother and a childhood friend in pursuit of a gold medal in British Columbia.
  • Weekend Takeaways: Denver-Notre Dame, The Rivalry Continues
    March 14, 2016
    Weekend Takeaways: Denver-Notre Dame, The Rivalry Continues The nation's top two teams battled it out in another overtime classic on Sunday night in South Bend. Let's count the days until they meet again.
  • Men's Weekend Watch: No. 1 vs. No. 2
    March 11, 2016
    Men's Weekend Watch: No. 1 vs. No. 2 If history is any indication, Notre Dame and Denver will play an overtime once again on Sunday night in South Bend. We preview the weekend slate.
  • Q&A: 'Fantastic Lies' Director Marina Zenovich
    March 10, 2016
    Q&A: 'Fantastic Lies' Director Marina Zenovich Ten years ago, an ill-fated house party led to unspeakable — and untrue — accusations. ESPN's "30 for 30" revisits the events in a documentary directed by Marina Zenovich.
  • What to Expect: ESPN's 30 for 30 'Fantastic Lies'
    March 10, 2016
    What to Expect: ESPN's 30 for 30 'Fantastic Lies' The Duke lacrosse scandal. Ten years later, ESPN critically-acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series revisits the story. Here's what to expect, without giving too much away.
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