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Host Fred Opie interviews Framingham, Massachusetts native, Tanner Guarino who played college lacrosse at University of Massachusetts Amherst. She talks about the sports she grew up playing, her college selection criteria, her required course for graduating from college, coaching, and the qualities of a great player.
Who are the high school athletes who get college scholarships?
Who are the only father and sons family in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame? When is the last time Brown University Men’s lacrosse team has been in the NCAA final four?
How to coaches decided who gets how much scholarship money? How do you become a college coach? When is the best time to practice? What is the right food to eat before practice and games?
Where did Dick Edell coach before the University of Maryland? Why was Frank Urso such an outstanding lacrosse player?
What is a mission driven athlete and are you one?
Bryan Kelly talks about setting healthy boundaries for your players, verbal commits, and FCA
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.
Who are the best midfielders of all time?
Are you a mission driven athlete?
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?
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?
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 . . .
Hall of Fame coach explains how to build and maintain a successful program