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.
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.