On a very special edition of the Crossecast, Marist Head Coach Keegan Wilkinson hops on board. We talk about his playing days at St. Joseph's, the transition to becoming a head coach at a young age at Marist, the Red Foxes' rise at his helm, and a look towards his team's future among the top teams in the MAAC. Coach Wilkinson also gives us his takes on the experimental rules being brought out in fall ball and gives us a sneak peak at Marist's regular season slate in 2018.
Ryan, Safe, Chris, and Marisa decide to do a podcast to update you on the happenings around the NLL, MLL, NCAA, and a Game of Thrones discussion because we're legally bounded by podcast law to discuss it. Or Safe and Marisa were really pumped to talk about it. Either/or.
The women's lacrosse special is finally here, and it's a part of the Little Boxes Project to boot as Boston College great Lauren Costello joins Ryan to discuss her lacrosse life and her time as an attacker for the Eagles.
Former Notre Dame midfielder Glenn Cocoman is the next guest on the Levittown-centric series of podcasts as he joins Ryan to discuss his playing days, coaching at Division, Molloy, and Mineola, and many other things along the way.
Chris is up in Lake Placid for the weekend checking in on one of the biggest summer lacrosse weekends. Up first he's got a special interview with Syracuse women's lacrosse manager Dan Khalil.
Jac Coyne, one of lacrosse media's most prominent members and a guru for the MCLA, hops on the Crossecast to give his take on the state of lacrosse media, spreading the game (don't say grow the game to him), and some of the challenges that the sport faces.
Chris is back to doing solo podcasts about his MLL ideas. Here's what he feels one month after his initial pro lacrosse podcast.
In a new series of College Crossecast specials, Ryan chats with some of the people in lacrosse that make up his hometown of Levittown, NY. To kick things off, he's joined by former Albany attackman Tom Nuckel, who dives into his playing career and his experiences playing for the Great Danes.