A look inside the best athletes, coaches and people lacrosse has to offer. Hosted by former Syracuse All-American and current ESPN personality, Paul Carcaterra.
Casey Powell | S4 E14
Casey Powell is a trailblazer in the game of lacrosse, both on and off the field. A Carthage, N.Y. native, he changed the Carthage High School program for the better under coach Kirk Ventiquattro. He wore the No. 22 at Syracuse and quickly became one of the greatest lacrosse players in college lacrosse history. He … Continue reading Casey Powell | S4 E14 →
Dave Cottle | S4 E13
Dave Cottle is as big a part of the Baltimore lacrosse scene as anyone in the past 40 years, carving out a career as one of the top coaches in the history of the game. Cottle, who starred at Salisbury in the late 1970s, has coached at the high school, college and professional levels over … Continue reading Dave Cottle | S4 E13 →
Richie Moran | S4 E12
Richie Moran finished his 29-year Cornell coaching career in 1997, leaving the program as one of the most legendary coaches in the history of the sport. He won three national championships and develop countless All-Americans, but he’ll admit that the accolades were never paramount. Moran, who now lives with his wife in Upstate New York, … Continue reading Richie Moran | S4 E12 →
Scott Marr | S4 E11
The man. The air guitar skills. The legend. Scott Marr has become one of the most unique coaches in college lacrosse through his 20 seasons at Albany. He’s allowed his players to be creative, and they’ve responded with success for the better part of two decades. Marr, a Yorktown, N.Y. native, spoke with Paul Carcaterra … Continue reading Scott Marr | S4 E11 →
Matt Kavanagh | S4 E10
Matt Kavanagh comes from a line of brothers that have made their mark in the lacrosse world. But as a big brother, he’s been the trailblazer, bringing a gritty style of play to the college and professional levels and becoming a star. The Notre Dame product committed to the game in high school and saw … Continue reading Matt Kavanagh | S4 E10 →
Jordan Wolf | S4 E9
Jordan Wolf doesn’t love the limelight, but his play over the past decades has generated plenty of attention. The Philly native starred at Lower Merion (Pa.), the same school as the late Kobe Bryant. Wolf then starred at Duke and won two national championships before moving on to professional lacrosse. The x attackman also took … Continue reading Jordan Wolf | S4 E9 →
We need more dudes like Carc
I remember playing with this guy at West Point lacrosse camp and then losing my last hs lacrosse game to him and Kavovit. I really don’t want to like Carc but he is simply the best commentator on the game. The interview with CP was terrific. To hear them talk about their friend and the void that his passing has left was really touching.
Awesome podcast - a rising star interviewer
Carc is the best broadcaster in the game.
The Ric Beardsley interview was one of the best. Really opened up a flawed and extremely talented individual.