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Season Preview & MLL Stories with Hampton Coach Chazz Woodson. Notre Dame's Madison Ahern Previews 2023. Plus, Travis' IL Women's Media Poll & Top Games to Watch This Weekend
On this episode, Travis Eldridge shares his Inside Lacrosse Preseason Women's Media Poll, and gives you one thought on each of the 25 teams he ranked. Notre Dame standout Madison Ahern joins the show to preview the 2023 season for the Irish, and discuss what she learned from playing with Team USA at the World Games this summer. Hampton coach Chazz Woodson also joins the show. He looks ahead to the 2023 season, talks about what it's like to have JT Giles-Harris be part of his coaching staff, and he shares some stories of his playing days in Major League Lacrosse. Finally, Travis gives you the three games he's most intrigued by on opening weekend in college lacrosse.
Georgetown's Tucker Dordevic Discusses Transferring from Syracuse. UNC's Caitlyn Wurzburger on Following Up an Undefeated Season. Plus, Travis' IL Media Poll & NLL Three Things
On this episode, Travis shares his Inside Lacrosse Preseason Media Poll and gives you a thought on all 20 teams that he ranked. Georgetown attackman Tucker Dordevic then joins "Lacrosse Now" (12:43). He discusses his decision to transfer from Syracuse to Georgetown, what the transition has been like, and talks about some of the other great players that have come out of Oregon. UNC star Caitlyn Wurzburger also joins the show (24:26). She shares her thoughts on what the new-look Tar Heels offense will look like after the graduation of key players like Jamie Ortega. Wurzburger also discusses the expectations following up an undefeated season. Finally, Travis shares his "NLL Three Things" for this week, including thoughts on the Rochester Knighthawks impressive win against Buffalo from Friday night (32:28).
UVA Coach Lars Tiffany Discusses Talent-Stacked Roster. Scott Ratliff on Retirement Decision & Career. Syracuse Star Meaghan Tyrrell Previews 2023. Plus, Travis' Three Things From the NLL
On this episode, Travis starts by giving you his "NLL Three Things". He looks back at a terrific game between Saskatchewan & Colorado, while looking forward to a blockbuster matchup between Buffalo and Rochester this weekend. Former Archers LSM Scott Ratliff joins the show to discuss his decision to retire (9:57). Scott and Travis look back at his pro and college career. Virginia head coach Lars Tiffany also joins "Lacrosse Now" (34:42). He talks about managing a roster loaded with talent, and what he learned from the couple of losses to eventual National Champion Maryland last year. Finally, USA Lacrosse Magazine's Preseason Player of the Year Meaghan Tyrrell from Syracuse visits the show (55:44). She discusses what it was like being named a Tewaaraton Finalist last year, and looks ahead to 2023 for the Orange.
Duke Coach John Danowski Previews 2023 & Discusses Team USA Roster. Stony Brook Coach Joe Spallina on Managing High Expectations. Plus, Thoughts on Bill Tierney Retiring After 2023 Season
On this episode, Travis shares his own personal thoughts on Denver head coach Bill Tierney announcing he'll retire following the 2023 season. Duke and USA Men's Lacrosse coach John Danowski joins "Lacrosse Now" (7:31). He talks about what it's like coming off missing the NCAA Tournament last season, Brennan O'Neill's development as a player, and more. He also discusses what it was like making difficult roster decisions for the US team for the 2023 World Lacrosse Championships this summer. Stony Brook coach Joe Spallina also joins the show (22:44). He talks about managing the program's high expectations while competing in a new conference. He's also now the father of a college lacrosse player, so we ask him how he'll handle watching his son, Joey, playing at Syracuse.
Penn State Coach Jeff Tambroni Joins "Lacrosse Now". What to Watch in the NLL This Week. Plus, Karson Harris Relives Memorable 2021 Season for Drexel Women
On this episode, Travis starts by sharing some thoughts on what happened to Bills player Damar Hamlin on Monday night in Cincinnati. He then takes a look at the NLL (5:53). Hear what stands out from this past weekend, including a huge performance from Bandits forward Josh Byrne. Travis also discusses the three things he's looking forward to in this weekend's NLL slate. After having a couple of days to think about the Premier Lacrosse League schedule, Travis shares the three locations he loves that the PLL will be visiting this summer. Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni then joins the show (15:03). He discusses what he's learned from an up and down couple of seasons after that memorable Final Four run in 2019. Finally, we relive a memorable 2021 season for the Drexel women's program with former Dragons star Karson Harris (26:22).
Rutgers Coach Brian Brecht & UVA's Payton Cormier Join "Lacrosse Now" to Preview 2023. Plus, Grandson of Jim Thorpe Discusses PBLA Naming Team After His Grandfather
On this episode, Travis looks ahead to the first game in the Professional Box Lacrosse Associations history on Thursday night between the Jim Thorpe All-Americans and Syracuse Spark. He's joined by Jim Thorpe's grandson, John, to discuss how he felt about the PBLA naming a team after his grandfather. Then, Rutgers coach Brian Brecht joins "Lacrosse Now" (7:44). He talks about what the offseason has been like coming off the program's first run to Championship Weekend, and the team's expectations for 2023. Virginia offensive star Payton Cormier also joins the show to look ahead to the spring (20:17). He shares what it's like playing alongside so much talent on offense, and what the team learned from the losses to Maryland last year.
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