Chris chats with LIU Post men's lacrosse head coach Eric Wolf after the Pioneers upset then-#1 Merrimack last week and gets his thoughts on the move up to Division I, coaching, and his passion of music.
A double dose of interviews this week! First, Chris has an exclusive interview with Utah Valley's Preston Burbidge (aka the wave goal guy) about the goal as well as how he got to Utah Valley after a two-year Mormon mission in Tallahassee. Then, Chris talks to Johns Hopkins' Brett Baskin, a former La Salle grad, on the season and his increased role in the Blue Jay offense.
Along with his weekly midweek recap and weekend preview, Chris brings on Providence goaltender Tate Boyce to discuss how the rules have affected goalies like himself as well as more about the Friar program and some breakfast talk.
Across College Lacrosse is back for season 2! Chris goes through some changes he wants for the podcast before previewing what to expect this weekend. Finally, he ends with one thing he'd like to see moving forward with the sport. Can you free up your Thursdays?
In part 2 of the coaches special, Chris talks to Towson head coach Shawn Nadelen, Fairfield head coach Andy Copelan, and Monmouth assistant coach Marc Zolchonock as they preview their respective programs for the 2019 series, as well as reflect on some of the aspects of coaching.
Chris is joined by fellow College Crosse writer Dan Arestia and talk to MLL commissioner Sandy Brown on the changes the league has implemented in time for the 2019 season, as well as the league's rebranding efforts.
Chris talked with former Syracuse midfielder Jovan Miller about why he decided to go join the Premier Lacrosse League. The two also chatted about diversity in the sport as well as what Miller is doing back at his alma mater.
On the heels of Merrimack College announcing their move to the Northeast Conference in Division I, Chris sits down and chats with the Warriors' women's lacrosse head coach Julie Duffy and men's lacrosse head coach Mike Morgan on the transition.
On the heels of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee's announcement, Chris talks to Virginia head coach Lars Tiffany and Sacred Heart head coach Jon Basti about the new rules. Most of the conversation was dominated by the addition of the shot clock, but the shrinking of the substitution box and return of the crease dive was also discussed. Before that, he updates you on the latest coaching changes.
Chris had the opportunity to visit NJIT's campus and tour their Wellness and Events Center and look inside the team's amenities such as their locker room, film room, and training room, as well as take an early look at the team's new home come next season. He also spoke to head coach Travis Johnson and assistant Alex Lopes on the state of the program. Before that, Chris recaps the latest news that happened over the past few days.
Chris returns from a long hiatus to get you caught up with the latest transfers and coaching moves from around the country. Plus, who could be the next school to add Division I men's lacrosse, and what does Illinois looking at a men's hockey team mean for the growth of men's lacrosse?
Chris previews the really fun and exciting quarterfinal weekend (he'll be at both sites this weekend) with some matchups to watch for and a breakdown of who he thinks has the better units. Plus, a run-through of the other college lacrosse tournaments and some thoughts on MLL commissioner Sandy Brown's recent comments.
Chris recaps the midweek and weekend games, plus gets into the NCAA's official RPI and Men's Lacrosse committee's rankings. Could the Penn State-Rutgers game decide an at-large spot? Plus, midweek picks.
Chris recaps the weekend and starts to ponder the future of Albany lacrosse with Tehoka Nanticoke leading the way. And also an argument over why Maryland should be #1 and not Albany. Plus, more Division I recaps from the weekend, poll reviews, and midweek picks
Chris recaps the four midweek games, including Bucknell's big win over Yale in overtime. With that win, he goes into his first bracketology breakdown of the season and what some teams need to do in order to solidify themselves. Plus one short discussion on ESPN+ and the Ivy League, and the weekend picks.
Chris recaps the weekend that was, including big wins from Duke, Penn State, Syracuse, and Johns Hopkins. Plus, the popularity of #HappyHourLacrosse and Sunday Night Lacrosse is great for college lacrosse. ESPN+ on the other hand, not so much. Plus, midweek picks.
With just four midweek games, Chris dives into a bunch of topics for the Friday pod. From the IL Media Midseason All-Americans, to more on the Virginia Tech controversy, and the impact of the NLL on B/R Live. And we end it all with weekend picks.
On a surprisingly shorter episode, Chris recaps the weekend that was and goes over his top 20 poll. He also touches on the situation with the Virginia Tech women's program, a special delve in to the Disney-Pixar bracket, and midweek picks.
Chris recaps the weekend that was, including Maryland-Villanova and Virginia-Notre Dame. He also goes into depth about some early bubble talk and discusses who could be on the bubble for possible at-large bids, including an interesting situation with the Patriot League. Plus, midweek picks.
Chris brings on Vermont head coach Chris Feifs and Albany head coach Scott Marr to discuss their upcoming America East opener against each other on Saturday at Albany and their seasons thus far. He also recaps the games that already happened during the week with some news and notes you may have missed, and this weekend's game picks.
Chris recaps a jam-packed weekend, including Albany topping Maryland and Johns Hopkins taking care of business against Syracuse. Plus, a discussion about "The Season documentary, identifying if some teams are legit or not, and a preview of the midweek games.
Chris brought along Safe for a special impromptu podcast to discuss only the upcoming Johns Hopkins-Syracuse game Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. Both of them recap their seasons thus far, players to watch, their first moments of the rivalry, and why their school is better than the other. Plus, the obvious picks.
Chris recaps some of the best midweek games, as well as previews the weekend games. But before that, he discusses more of the Nate Solomon and Zach Ambrosino ejections from Sunday. Plus, big helmet decals or little helmet decals? And in non-lacrosse discussions, a word on people that take the elevator for one floor, and the top five greatest people "Hopkins."
Chris does a quick summary of the midweek games before diving into the always deep (and sometimes questionable) choices for the Tewaaraton Watch List. There's also discussions about Syracuse's next five games, as well as if winning on the road feels better than winning at home. Plus, previewing the weekend's games and picks.
ESPN's Anish Shroff joins the podcast as a special guest to discuss the college lacrosse season so far, as well as other storylines to watch. He also discusses preparing for the lacrosse season while on his college football and basketball assignments, and pokes some fun at his two main lacrosse partners. Plus, previews and picks for the weekend as well!
Chris recaps the weekend that was in college lacrosse, with Duke scoring seven goals to defeat Denver, Tehoka Nanticoke's debut against Syracuse, and a wild new top 20 across the nation. Plus, previews of the midweek games, and a question of where Penn would be ranked if they defeated Maryland and Duke this week.
Chris previews what will be a wild and fun weekend in college lacrosse, including Denver-Duke, Johns Hopkins-Loyola, and Albany-Syracuse, as well as notable games across Division II, Division III, and Women's Division I. Plus, what would be your goal song, top five lacrosse games you've ever seen, and an interesting question.
Chris recaps the weekend that was in college lacrosse, including Virginia edging Loyola by a goal, North Carolina and Notre Dame struggle, and his three stars from the weekend. Plus, could (and should) Chris Hogan play lacrosse during the NFL offseason?
Chris recaps the weekend that was in college lacrosse, including Villanova's thrilling victory over Penn State and BU beating Providence in overtime. He also gives out his three stars from the weekend.
Chris recaps the ESPN television schedule, and is disappointed in not seeing Albany on ESPNU. Could conference TV agreements be a reason why? Plus, previewing the weekend's games, and his pick for an emotional support animal.
In part two of this two part special, Chris talks to Saint Joseph's Hawks head coach Taylor Wray and Villanova Wildcats head coach Michael Corrado about their upcoming seasons, the state of lacrosse in the Philadelphia area, and a new event garnered to grow the sport in the area beginning in 2019.
In part one of this two part special, Chris talks to Drexel Dragons head coach Brian Voelker and Penn Quakers head coach Mike Murphy about their upcoming seasons, the state of lacrosse in the Philadelphia area, and a new event garnered to grow the sport in the area beginning in 2019.
Chris jumps on Lacrosse Talk Radio's "College Lax Weekly" with Jared Welsh to discuss if the defending national champion deserve the top spot in polls, how important Connor Fields is to one team, if one prominent head coach is on the hot seat, and plenty more.
Chris and occasional co-host Marisa Ingemi discuss the impact of the latest injuries to Rutgers and Marquette, what might happen with Air Force, and why Justin Guterding deserves respect. Plus, the crazy situation involving the Saskatchewan Rush and Calgary Roughnecks over a superfan.