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Casey Carroll’s Homecoming Season

Casey Carroll’s Homecoming Season

Originally published in Lacrosse Magazine: Casey Carroll would rather it not be about him. Plenty of Army Rangers and other military personnel continue to put their lives at stake in Iraq or Afghanistan or somewhere else where there’s a threat to the U.S. And there are 43 other members of the Duke men’s lacrosse team,…

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Lacrosse Magazine’s Overtime

Lacrosse Magazine’s Overtime

I love interviews and interview shows. In 2015, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to delve into long-form video production. Working with our then US Lacrosse video manager, Josh Rottman, and ESPN analyst and reporter Paul Carcaterra, I produced the “Overtime,” interview series for Lacrosse Magazine. Parts of this piece, with two-time Tewaaraton Award…

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Lacrosse Magazine Guest Editor Edition

Lacrosse Magazine Guest Editor Edition

The October 2015 edition of Lacrosse Magazine. Led the brainstorming, planning, production and collaboration with our guest editor Casey Powell, one of the best lacrosse players of all-time, in our first issue of this concept.

Doesn’t Get Much Better Than Army-Navy

Doesn’t Get Much Better Than Army-Navy

Saturday was my first Army-Navy game. I didn’t play. I didn’t sweat, at least not to the point where it was noticeable. I didn’t parachute in like three men courageously did in a stiff wind during pre-game ceremonies. No, I just showed up to Navy Marine-Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., along with roughly 10,000…

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#Lacrosse is Trending: Social Media Effect on the Sport

#Lacrosse is Trending: Social Media Effect on the Sport

Originally published in the October 2014 edition of Lacrosse Magazine: On a drizzly Thursday evening in late May in Washington, D.C., two men stood side-by-side inside the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, relatively invisible to the cocktail party crowd around them at a pre-Tewaaraton Award ceremony. But if those lacrosse enthusiasts, friends and family…

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Great Day to be a Tar Heel

Great Day to be a Tar Heel

Originally appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Lacrosse Magazine The ghosts of North Carolina teams of the past quarter century — the talk of not winning the big game and why — were nowhere to be found at 4:35 p.m. on Memorial Day Monday in the visiting locker room at Lincoln Financial Field in…

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