Lacrosse is back on the field, and we're back telling the best college lacrosse stories in the game.

In this issue, we shine a light on a handful of NCAA players with stories worth telling. Like our cover story on Charlotte North — written by Nelson Rice — that takes a peek behind the curtain at the BC star's upbringing and her unmatched love for the sport.

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Inside the March 2021 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine


Lacrosse is back on the field, and we're back telling the best college lacrosse stories in the game.

In this issue, we shine a light on a handful of NCAA players with stories worth telling. Like our cover story on Charlotte North — written by Nelson Rice — that takes a peek behind the curtain at the BC star's upbringing and her unmatched love for the sport.

Also in the March edition of US Lacrosse Magazine: The powerful story of Mary Griffin, by Brian Logue; Koby Smith was the man of the house at 12 years old, and now he's a star at Towson, by Matt Hamilton; Stories about content creators in the sport of lacrosse, by Nelson Rice and Mark Macyk.

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UP FRONT

Find Your Edge
Sponsored Content

Brine puts women's game at forefront with new look and the Edge Pro.

From the CEO
By Steve Stenersen

US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen writes that LaxCon 2021 — an all-virtual experience — went off without a hitch.

From the Editor
By Matt DaSilva

Editor in chief Matt DaSilva writes that he's been inspired by the incredible journey of Chris Bocklet since his horrific head injury in January.

From the Field: 'Unprecedented Breakthrough'

Effective Jan. 1 of this year, goalies now need new chest protection.

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FUEL

Right Place. Right Time. Right Person.
By Brian Logue

Mary Griffin loves lacrosse. Playing the sport at Virginia Tech might have saved her life. — Read the story here.

Girls Lacrosse, Elevated
Sponsored Content

Corrigan Sports Enterprises is changing the game for high school girls' lacrosse. — Read the story here.

Life After Lax: Nate Menninger
By Matt Hamilton

Adventurer Nate Menninger shines light on mountaineering Sherpas living in poverty.

5 Good Reads
By Nelson Rice

At LaxCon, Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni shared his five favorite books on leadership and culture. — Read the story here.








FEATURES

A Camera and a Dream: The Mitchell Pehlke Story
By Nelson Rice

The Ohio State player has budding dreams of entering into professional content creation. He's well on his way. — Read the story here.

Be the Brand
Mark Macyk

Always authentic and never contrived, USC's Katie DeFeo quit lacrosse to become a full-time content creator. It's already paying off.

Like Father, Like Son
By Matt Hamilton

Koby Smith was 12 years old when he became the man of the house. The Towson senior is now all grown up and one of the best defenseman in the country.

Love Wins
By Nelson Rice

Our March cover story shines a light on Charlotte North, one of the most exciting players in lacrosse — period. — Read the story here.

Pro Picks
Lax.com/ECD Lacrosse

We asked our friends at Lax.com and ECD Lacrosse for their picks on the top lacrosse sticks of 2021.




PHOTO BY JEFFREY A. CAMARATI / UNC ATHLETICS


USA INSIDER

The Land of 10,000 Lakes
By Matt Hamilton

..and lots of lacrosse-playing Minnesotans like U.S. U21 defenseman like Quentin Matsui.

Red, White and Blue Devils
By Matt DaSilva

Forever teammates Brennan O'Neill and Jake Naso emerging as stars in Durham.

Stick Drops
By Michelle Tumolo and Taylor Cummings

Why Tumolo and Cummings swear by the STX Crux 600 and the Gait Draw, respectively.

GIVE & GO

Kerrigan Miller
Interview by Kenny DeJohn

UNC midfielder, USA hopeful can check this interview off her bucket list.