Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Tuesday, November 29

Bracken was on Good Morning America earlier this year and is our December cover star. (Photo courtesy of Vanderbilt Athletics)


Good morning. Here's the latest from the lacrosse world:

1. Cailin Bracken is leading the way in mental health advocacy in college sports.

Earlier this year, Vanderbilt’s Cailin Bracken’s letter to college sports ran on Morgan’s Message’s “The Mental Matchup.” USA Lacrosse also ran the piece — and Good Morning America picked up the story, too. Now, Bracken is giving USA Lacrosse Magazine readers a behind-the-scenes look at her own dark moments and how she has become a light for others. Editor In Chief Matt DaSilva explained why we chose Bracken as the cover star.

2. This #GivingTuesday, our message is simple: GIVE THE GIFT OF LACROSSE!  

Your support will provide opportunities for thousands of children to experience the sport of lacrosse for the first time; offer coaches and officials access to resources that ensure safe and fair playing experiences; and create pathways for young men and women to pursue their dreams of gold! Gift here, no bow required.

3. Schedule releases continue.

We’ll be tying a bow on 2022 soon. But don’t look now —  February is less than three months away, which means the 2023 season is close. Schedule releases continue to come out. Towson announced its 2023 women’s schedule, while the Lehigh men’s team unveiled its slate yesterday.







WHAT WE’RE READING

  • How’s this for a fitness test? The Varsity News explains why the Detroit Mercy men’s team participates in an annual 10-mile march.

  • Noelle Lambert didn't win Survivor, but she did land this interview with EW after her ouster. 

  • American International College went 1-14 in 2022. But a new coach is roaming the sidelines. Jack Spallone has his sights set on a turnaround in 2023.

  • Inside Lacrosse continued its top-50 countdown with players 21-30 in men’s and 11-20 in women’s Division I lacrosse.

  • “Why does it seem like many athletes play lacrosse in high school and college and then turn their backs on the sport when they hang up their stick?” Quint Kessenich asked notable names, including PLL.co-founder Paul Rabil and ESPN’s Paul Carcaterra. Here’s what they had to say.

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

TLN was completely on point.

WHAT’S ON TAP

Our Best of Lax campaign begins — and we’re recruiting you to help us choose the top players, moments and more of 2022.

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