Inside the November 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine

Syracuse’s No. 22 jersey has been linked to some of the best players in lacrosse history. After two seasons on the shelf, the Orange are bringing it back for Chase Scanlan.

Scanlan, who scored 43 goals as a second-team All-American midfielder at Loyola as a freshman, transferred to Syracuse over the summer. For our cover story this month, writer KJ Edelman and photographer Gavin Liddell spent some time with new No. 22, who says he finally feels at home.

Also in the November edition: a special health and fitness-themed Fuel section, a profile of Navy’s Kelly Larkin, MLL and PLL championship features and a story on why this bronze medal felt different (in a good way) for the U.S. indoor team.

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DIGITAL EDITION

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UP FRONT

From the CEO: Olympic Ambition
By Steve Stenersen

US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen makes the case for a new discipline of the sport, as proposed by World Lacrosse in its pursuit of the Olympics.

From the Editor: For the Fun of It
By Matt DaSilva

Coaching presents an awesome opportunity to connect with your inner child, writes Editor in Chief Matt DaSilva.

From the Field: Sankofa Clinic Series
By Matt DaSilva

A by-the-numbers breakdown of the impact of the US Lacrosse-led Sankofa Clinic Series, which started in 2016 and connects boys and girls age 8-18 in underrepresented communities with some of the most prominent minority players and coaches in the sport.

TRENDING

Dempsey Arsenault takes flight, laxers in the NFL, an emotional summer for the Bernhardt brothers, the new-look crease and women in positions of leadership.

FUEL

Taylor Cummings on Body Image
By Taylor Cummings

How the three-time Tewaaraton Award winner and U.S. team midfielder strives to find the good in every part of her.

#LiveLikeAPro
By Matt DaSilva

The WPLL is crushing it on Instagram, highlighting the healthy habits and fun lifestyles of the best women’s lacrosse players in the world.

Respect the Ground
By Nelson Rice

Drew Snider and his workout guru promote ‘functional movement.’

The Smarter Way to Get Stronger
Sponsored Content

Take offseason training to the next level with plyometric and treadmill workouts.

Addition by Nutrition
By Mary Ellen Kelly

Mary Ellen Kelly, a sports dietitian who has worked for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins and University of North Carolina, shares performance-boosting recipes that are quick, easy and healthy.

A Coach’s Trojan Horse
Sponsored Content

Teaching lacrosse fundamentals disguised as fun.

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FEATURES

Not Just Another Bronze
By Matt Hamilton

Near-miss in Langley portends bright future for U.S. indoor program.

Bayhawks Fly Together
By Phil Shore

How Chesapeake forged its championship culture and won its sixth MLL title.

It’s a Community Thing
By Phil Shore

MLL sees partnership with US Lacrosse, franchise initiatives as giving the sport staying power.

Philly Special
By Nelson Rice

Chef Rambo saved his best dish for the PLL championship.

This Feels Right
By KJ Edelman

Syracuse has a new No. 22, and Chase Scanlan finally feels at home.

A Star is Born
By Gary Lambrecht

Navy’s Kelly Larkin, overshadowed earlier in her career, has a chance to cement her place among the NCAA’s all-time greats.

Holiday Gift Guide
Special Advertising Feature

Great deals for the lacrosse lover on your list.

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LOCALLY GROWN

Rogue Ones
By Jonathan Sigal / New England Edition

Adults took the fun out of lacrosse, so they started their own team — and won a championship.

Peter Samson’s Greatest Legacy
By Justin Feil / Northeast Edition

Radnor Your Lacrosse founder was a Philadelphia icon.

Long Island Lacrosse, from Another Perspective
By Justin Feil / North Atlantic Edition

Hempstead PAL produces opportunities, results in underserved community.

Feeling Blue
By Paul Ohanian / Mid Atlantic Edition

Caroline Lacrosse Association advocates for autism awareness.

Lacrosse Fever in Fayetteville
By Jonathan Sigal / Southeast Edition

From a diverse community of football guys and army brats rose a thriving lacrosse scene.

Take That, Cerebral Palsy
By Alexis Heath / Midwest Edition

Brock Spayd found acceptance and success on the lacrosse field.

Fueling the Pipeline
By Paul Ohanian / Southwest Edition

Small-sided play yielding big returns in Austin.

Along for the Ride
By Patrick Severe / Mountain Edition

Telluride Youth Lacrosse Association uses USL resources to remove barriers, attract athletes and grow the game.

Life-Saving Measures
By Paul Ohanian / Pacific Northwest Edition

Portland’s Sunset Lacrosse Club prioritizes AEDs, CPR and training.

Sticks in the High Sierra
By Patrick Severe / Pacific Southwest Edition

The story behind lacrosse’s rapid rise in the Reno-Tahoe area.

USA INSIDER

The Sweet Spot
By Matt DaSilva

St. Louis native, U19 hopeful Graham Bundy Jr. brings big energy to the game.

Geotagging
By Matt DaSilva

The 32 players who emerged from U.S. U19 tryouts include several who developed their skills far away from the sport’s traditional geographic strongholds.

Liftoff
By Justin Feil

Michigan defender Molly Garrett muscles her way onto U.S. training roster.

GIVE & GO

Kylie Ohlmiller
Interview by Matt DaSilva

Brine athlete and U.S. team standout, as seen on ESPN.

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