At 31 years old, Liz Hogan is playing the best lacrosse of her life.

The U.S. national team goalie is thriving both on and off the field, parlaying her happiness in her personal life into career-best performance between the pipes.

Kenny DeJohn profiles Hogan in the cover story of the December 2020 edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, hitting homes around Thanskgiving.

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Inside the December 2020 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine


At 31 years old, Liz Hogan is playing the best lacrosse of her life.

The U.S. national team goalie is thriving both on and off the field, parlaying her happiness in her personal life into career-best performance between the pipes.

Kenny DeJohn profiles Hogan in the cover story of the December 2020 edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, hitting homes around Thanskgiving.

Also in the December edition: Hear from Chazz Woodson about his homecoming as the new coach of Hampton, by Matt Hamilton; Pamella Jenkins is a trailblazer at Delaware State, by Brian Simpkins; Her Finest Hour, a profile of former Stony Brook defender Mackenzie Burns as she embarks on her career in the NYPD, by Kenny DeJohn; Charlie Kitchen is a rare breed, by Andy Lohman.

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UP FRONT

From the CEO: Conversation Starters
By Steve Stenersen

US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen: "The forced disruption of play, while painful in many ways, should also invite a disruption of thought."

From the Editor: Lessons for the Long Haul
By Matt DaSilva

Editor in Chief Matt DaSilva writes about how volunteering as an assistant coach for his son's travel soccer team has been a rewarding experience.

From the Field: How You Grow the Game

US Lacrosse is committed to fueling the sport's national growth and advancement.

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FUEL

The Odyssey
By Matt Hamilton

How lacrosse brought Chazz Woodson home to Hampton.

Skin in the Game
By Brian Simpkins

Delaware State coach Pamella Jenkins and the importance of HBCUs in lacrosse.

3 Elements of Championship Culture
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What does it take for a team to work together? A championship culture.

Life After Lax: A Deeper Journey
By Matt DaSilva

Hulu VP and former Tar Heel Brandon Pierce shooting his shot with documentary on Black lacrosse culture and history.

5-and-5: Ryder Diehard
By Nelson Rice

What Ryder Garnsey watches when he nerds out on highlights.








FEATURES

Her Finest Hour
By Kenny DeJohn

Mackenzie Burns joined the NYPD at the onset of a pandemic and social justice protests, following her father's footsteps onto the streets of New York.

Becoming Liz Hogan
By Kenny DeJohn

Our cover story that dives into the life and loves of Liz Hogan.

The Many Layers of Charlie Kitchen
By Andy Lohman

The emerging NLL prospects carries a 38-game scoring streak into his final season with Delaware.

Deuces Wild
By Nelson Rice and Kenny DeJohn

Future Syracuse No. 22 Joey Spallina highlights an influx of 2022 commits with familiar last names.




PHOTO BY JOHN STROHSACKER


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The Perfect Ending
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How To: Bury the Free Position with Alex Aust
By Matt DaSilva

The 2017 gold medalist helps break down how to finish inside the arc.

GIVE & GO

Megan Douty
Interview by Matt DaSilva

U.S. defender, All Lax co-owner on unread messages and that time the turf monster got her.