Kyle Fetterly

May 28, 2011 - 12:29pm
Assistant equipment manager George Frank has learned the art of keeping one the nation's top college teams ready for battle.

When the Syracuse lacrosse team ran out onto the field in its NCAA quarterfinal game against Maryland, it sported new neon yellow gear. Created by Nike and Cascade, the Volt color was meant to amp up the players while distracting the opposing team.

The lacrosse team was sportingly outfitted on the field, but the man behind equipping each player worked for six days to organize, distribute and fit each player with the neon gear.