We put a bow on the regular season set of episodes with our 2018 superlatives, things we're excited for in 2019, and Safe and Chris' adventures in Foxborough. We also tackle some big news in our news and notes section and recap the Tewaaraton ceremony.
Ryan, Chris, Jake, and Skyler are here to recap the NCAA Lacrosse Championships. First we look back at Yale winning their first lacrosse championship after taking down Duke in the title game (10:30), then move our sites to the women's tournament where James Madison broke through to their first lacrosse title of their own (1:31:00). We go through all the action in between, too.
Safe interviews Troy Nunes Is A Magician founder Sean Keeley. They discuss growing up in Jersey, how Sean got into writing, living in LA, Syracuse lacrosse, and plenty more in this really great episode.
Get yourself prepped for the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship Weekend at Stony Brook as Ryan is joined by Jake, Skyler, Laura Berestecki of BC Interruption, and Harry Holtzclaw of JMU's The Breeze. Together they make their cases for their teams' (or adopted teams') national title hopes.
Ryan, Chris, and Jake break down the quarterfinals and get you set for Foxborough, Albany-Yale, Maryland-Duke, and TOBY KEITH'S I LOVE THIS BAR AND GRILL.
Safe & Chris interview Caroline Darney. They discuss UVA lacrosse, learning to fly, how she got into writing, her top 5 Marvel movies, and plenty more in this really great episode.
Safe interviews friend of the blog, Aleksei Klincewicz. They discuss Philly high school lacrosse, Aleksei’s time at Loyola, what it is like winning a national title, best places to eat in Philly, and plenty more in this really fun episode.
Ryan, Jake, and Skyler recap the first weekend of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament, get you all set for an exciting slate in the quarterfinals, and make a plea for somebody to just air some women's lax on TV already.
Safe, Chris, and Jake are joined by Dan and together they recap the first weekend of the 2018 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament that saw Hopkins comeback (or Georgetown slip away, whatever, gotta push that pro-Hopkins/pro-B1G narrative), Maryland survive a stingy Robert Morris crew, and Chris' goodbye to Syracuse after Cornell prevailed in another classic Central New York Derby.