The source of the sport for 20 years, Inside Lacrosse Podcasts bring you news, opinion and analysis from men's and women's college DI, DII and DIII, plus high school, recruiting, NLL and MLL.
11/25: State of the NLL with Commissioner Nick Sakiewicz
On the heels of a string of recent NLL news — from the Entry Draft to targeting April to start the 35th season to revealing Panther City LC's brand identity to a merchandising partnership with Fanatics — NLL Commissioner Nick Sakiewicz joins IL's Terry Foy to discuss what's happened and what's next for the league during the COVID-19 pandemic.
11/24 D-Fly & Dixie: Let's Get Thankful
It's been eight months since we've heard from our Homewood Homies, so we're all thankful to hear them return as the end of the fall semester arrives.
11/20 The Source: 6v6 Rules
IL's Matt Kinnear and Terry Foy discuss last weekend's World Lacrosse General Assembly, which approved a 6v6 ruleset that's been in development for about two years. A small-sided game that's intended to be easier to play around the world and fit better into multi-sport competitions like the World Games and the Olympics, there's still a lot to learn about what the game will actually look like and a lot of controversy to navigate.
11/6 The Source: A 'Mad, Mad' Story
Inside Lacrosse CEO Terry Foy and Editor-in-Chief Matt Kinnear discuss "The Mad, Mad World of Niche Sports Among Ivy League–Obsessed Parents," an article that appears in the November issue of The Atlantic. The piece appeared online last month, discusses lacrosse alongside sports like has squash and fencing, elicited a strong reaction when it appeared, has since been retracted by the publication and Foy is quoted within it.
11/2 Will There Be A 2021 College Season?
IL's Terry Foy, Matt Kinnear and Halley Griggs discuss one of the biggest questions looming over the sport of lacrosse — will there be a 2021 college season? The trio compares notes based on their conversations with college coaches, the inferences based on how fall and winter college sports are moving forward and more.
10/30 Noah Knopf on Coming Out
Former Harvard lacrosse player shared his in-depth, personal story about coming out to his teammates last fall. He follows up with a conversation about the language of homophobia in the locker room, the brotherhood of his Harvard teammates and what lacrosse can do to be more inclusive.
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