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After four deployments as a U.S. Army Ranger, 29-year-old Casey Carroll is back on the field at Duke. See page 50.


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OFF THE FIELD 44 Ú Stanford’s Anna Kim invited Lacrosse Magazine into her Narnia suite for a chat.


Among the topics: how her parents, both from Korea, met in Maryland; her obsession with Harry Potter; and the Cardinal’s high-tech scouting reports.


FIRST STICK IN KEY WEST 48 Ú Not everyone in the Florida Keys is on vacation. Devoid of lacrosse in the


southernmost point of the continental U.S., a few transplants used the US Lacrosse First Stick Program to get the sport off the ground. By Paul Ohanian


‘I’M KIND OF UNIQUE’ 56 Ú An injury at birth left Liberty’s Natalie Emery with limited use of her right arm, an


obstacle the powerhouse lefty and Tennessee native now considers a gift. By Laurel Pfahler


WORTH THE WAIT 60 Ú Lee Zink, Kevin Leveille and Chris Eck (pictured above) have toiled for years in


pursuit of the opportunity that lay before them now — to represent their country on home soil. By Theresa Smith, Sean Burns and Nathan Maciborski


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Team USA defenseman Lee Zink will be ready when the lacrosse world comes to his backyard in Denver this summer.


Photo by Marc Piscotty


August 2012 >> LACROSSE MAGAZINE 5


>> CASEY’S HOMECOMING U.S. Army Ranger back at Duke


>> ‘CAN’T NOT AN OPTION’ Liberty’s Natalie Emery perseveres


>> FINISHING SCHOOL Ryan Boyle’s slick inside game


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