Today we unpack Princeton alum and Hall of Famer Kevin Lowe's lacrosse journey on the Fred Opie Show May 31, at 12 noon live on Facebook.
What do you need in terms of education and career experience to land a great job in athletic administration? How do you put your first foot forward when interviewing for a college coaching position.
What's it like to be an African American man in the United States?
What’s the best return on investment for those interested in being a student athlete in college?
How does one transition from player to assist coach or assistant coach to head coach?
What is the definition of a great player?
What’s the definition of a great coach?
Who are some of the best women pro players?
What’s a tweener? Simple steps to go from tweener to All Amermican if you have it in you. Find out today on the Fred Opie Show.
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.
When you are good a more than one sport, how do you decide which one to play in college? How do you launch a lacrosse startup?
Why motivates a person to self-identify as candidate for the Navy Seals? How do you get recruited if you are not from a hotbed? What would be your required life course?
How do coaches decide who gets what and how do high school players decide what schools to consider? Is there principals that can make transitions in your life easier? How do you eat to win when you are traveling?