UMASS Alum and Hall Famer Margie Anderson

Host Fred Opie speaks with UMASS alum and lacrosse Hall of Famer Margie Anderson.  How has proposition 9 changed opportunities for women in college athletics? When did women first compete on US National lacrosse and soccer teams? How has your diet and exercise changed since your first year in college?

Navy Coach Rick Sowell, Urickisms And Career Advice

What’s appropriate to teach 11 and under athletes about a settled offense? When do I put my child on a more competitive team? Why was Hall Fame Coach Dave Urick so successful? What were some of his mantras? How do you establish credentials and get the opportunity to compete for great coaching job at school like the US Naval Academy?

Casey Powell, Energy And Passion Separated Me From The Pack

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.

Tim Clark, What Happens When Athletes Love Lacrosse?

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.