US Lacrosse Unveils New Magazine Site

US Lacrosse unveiled a new website ( for its award-winning flagship publication, US Lacrosse Magazine, on Tuesday.

The mobile-friendly magazine site features the latest news, rankings and developments across all levels of the sport while providing a platform for the kind of immersive storytelling that earned US Lacrosse Magazine two Folio awards in 2015.

With a clean and responsive design, is optimized for quick and uncompromised viewing on mobile devices — from which the website generates nearly two-thirds of its traffic.

In addition to college, high school and pro categories, two new site sections — Fuel and USA Insider — mirror those that can be found in the recently rebranded and redesigned print publication. After 38 years being known simply as Lacrosse Magazine, the November 2016 edition was its first as US Lacrosse Magazine, more closely aligning the flagship with the mission and vision of the sport’s national governing body.

Stories in the Fuel section connect with US Lacrosse’s mission “to fuel the sport’s growth and enrich the experience of participants.” They are stories of motivation, inspiration, growth and impact.

With USA Insider, US Lacrosse Magazine provides unrivaled access to the world’s best players through coverage of the U.S. national teams, which are owned and operated by US Lacrosse.

Check back to in the coming weeks and months for additional features and enhancements.

About US Lacrosse

US Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse and the home of the nation’s fastest-growing team sport. US Lacrosse, which coordinates all activities of the U.S. National Teams Program, has more than 450,000 members in 68 regional chapters across the country. Through responsive and effective leadership, US Lacrosse provides programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport. Visit

About US Lacrosse Magazine

US Lacrosse Magazine is the oldest and most widely read lacrosse publication in the world. Founded in 1978 as Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship of US Lacrosse printed and distributed nearly 2.7 million copies in 2016. US Lacrosse also hosts and maintains, formerly, which has served as the magazine’s online home since 2005. Visit

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