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More Than Meets the Buckeye

More Than Meets the Buckeye

Originally appeared in March 2017 issue of US Lacrosse magazine Eric Fannell’s reputation — intimidating, aloof, with the lore of an unseen Canadian talent — preceded him. And in some ways, people were right about him. The kid dressed in all black and wore his hat low, covering a buzz cut. He kept answers about…

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Bill Belichick | Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Bill Belichick | Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Originally published on LaxMagazine.com The New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick is one of the greatest football coaches in American history. He’s also one of lacrosse’s biggest fans. From growing up in Annapolis, Md., to playing the game at Phillips Andover Academy and Wesleyan University in Connecticut, to his pro football coaching stops in New York,…

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Top Ravens Staffer Had To Convince Tom Brady He Actually Won Super Bowl

Top Ravens Staffer Had To Convince Tom Brady He Actually Won Super Bowl

Originally published on Baltimoremagazine.net: No, the Ravens weren’t in the Super Bowl. But, yes, that was the guy who works for them shadowing Tom Brady at midfield on Sunday night, amid the confetti, photographers, and reporters in the moments after the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl win over the Atlanta Falcons. His name is Chad…

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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.

Lucky to Win a Game

Lucky to Win a Game

I sat down for an interview for a really well-done documentary on the Marquette men’s lacrosse team, “Lucky to Win a Game,” produced by a group of Marquette University students. Watch it here.

Hampton Lacrosse: It’s Real

Hampton Lacrosse: It’s Real

Originally published in Lacrosse Magazine This is more than even Michael Crawford imagined. Sure, he wanted something like it to unfold. A coach distributes equipment to 23 players. A two-hour practice. Players like him at historically-black Hampton University have the chance to learn and love the game the way he first did at St. Thomas…

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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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World Championship Preview

World Championship Preview

Ahead of the 38-nation 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship, hosted by US Lacrosse in Denver, I edited a 14-page comprehensive tournament preview, with features on Team USA, Canada, the Iroquois Nationals and the growth of the game overseas. This project was completed in collaboration with a former U.S. player and current Canadian team…

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