Are you a mission driven athlete?
Are you a mission driven athlete?
Who were the trailblazing Canadians who made it big in US collegiate lacrosse in the 1970s?
As an athlete how much time do you dedicate to developing your footwork? When is it appropriate for 6 to 9th graders start lifting weights? What should you expect from your child before you invest in trying out for a travel team in terms of fitness and conditioning?
What's your gift? Why do you want to go to college? Do you need a sports addiction intervention?
How do you help athletes with ADHD? What is Chumash and how do you incorporated into your practice plan? Can you go to graduate school without debt? What's a tweener, and are you one?
How do you get recruited as a high school student athlete from a place that has not been a traditional hotbed? How do you get young kids to commit to playing the position of goalie and falling in love with it? Who are your top five all-time goalies?
Have you ever heard of SPEED LACROSSE? Host Fred Opie interviews Syracuse Lacrosse Alum and Hall of Famer Casey Powell. They talk about growing up in Carthage, New York and how lacrosse came to his community, how he, his brothers, and neighborhood kids created a winning lacrosse culture out of what they observed from upstate New York powerhouse West Genesee High School and attending Syracuse University lacrosse games during the era of the Gait brothers.
Do You Focus on the Process or the Result? Today on the Fred Opie Show, Troy Kemp, Nation United Director of Recruiting and Head Coach.
How do you develop confidence? What are some common traits of great players? Host Fred Opie interviews Hopkins Hall of Famer Larry Quinn a.k.a. The Door. Listen to interviews With other Hopkins Greats: John Tucker, Dave Huntley, Kyle Harrison, Michael O'Neil, and former Hopkins assistant coach Bill Tierney coached Quinn in high school.
Do you have the coaching and teaching gift? Host Fred Opie interviews Boston College Assistant lacrosse coach Kayla Treanor. She talks about knowing from a young age that she had the calling to be a coach and teacher and playing for Syracuse Coach Gary Gait.
Host Fred Opie interviews Hobart and Henniger lacrosse alum Tim Clark who shares a remarkable story of how he and three others rookies played on the 1980 New York State Class A boys lacrosse championship team for Coach Tom Acee with just four months of lacrosse under their belts.
Host Fred Opie speaks with Notre Dame Head Lacrosse Coach Kevin Corrigan about growing up in Charlottesville Virginia, the lacrosse scene in Virginia in the 1970s, and the importance of allowing your children to experience failure which he calls a great teacher for building resilience and grit.
Host Fred Opie speaks with 3-time Tewaaraton winner and Team USA's Taylor Cummings. They talk about her lacrosse journey, US team experience and the lesson she’s learning as a Lacrosse entrepreneur running Taylor Cummings lacrosse.
I go solo to talk about the release of my new book Start with Your Gift. This is my first non-academic book that leverages my background as a former Syracuse University and US national team lacrosse player to tackle a contemporary problem: People are over paying for education and youth sports. Most people don’t know the right career path to take. The book is a recipe book for those with . . . .
Host Fred Opie speaks with Hall of Famer Bill Beroza. A Roanoke College All American Goalie and former US national team captain, a Hempstead, New York native, Beroza is the head lacrosse coach for the Israeli National Team. He talks about serving on the US national team selection committee, what player needs to do to make the final cut, how he became the Israeli national team coach, and shares lessons learned from grassroots lacrosse organizing in Israel that can be replicated home and abroad. This is a must listen to podcast for those trying to start a program where you are.
Host Fred Opie speaks with Danielle Spencer the head women’s lacrosse coach at Dartmouth College. She unpacks the strategy that her staff uses to find talented players, why she thinks camps and clinics are a better return on investment for parents than . . . .
Ever wonder what happened to the superstar Athletes in your hometown After they graduate up my school? Why do some great athletes stay more focused than others in high school?
his is a remix of an earlier interview host Fred Opie did with Dr. Kevin Leman a New York Times best-selling author, and a psychologist who has worked with professional and collegiate athletic teams across the country. In the first half of the show they talk about how to let your student athlete child who's being recruited choose the right college, how to discern coaches who care about more than winning and who will mentor your child the right way instead of exploit their athletic talent to advance their career. In the second half of the show Dr. Leman delves into what he calls reality parenting with an emphasis on
Lauren Taylor, a native of Manhasset, New York, is one of the most decorated women's lacrosse players in Yale history, having earned All-America honors three times, and for being named a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee. She talks about . . .
Host Fred Opie speaks with Cornell and Calvert Hall alum Frank Kelly. Kelly is the visionary and man behind the highly successful FCA lacrosse ministry. The growth of the game in Africa and an update on making lacrosse an Olympic sport.