Adrln Podcast #7: Mikie Schlosser, Denver Outlaws
JP catches up with his former Michigan player, Mikie Schlosser, who is now tearing it up with the MLL champion Denver Outlaws. They discuss Mikie’s path from the San Francisco area to D1 and then professional lacrosse, his approach to life, what he’s doing now, and what he loved most about playing college lacrosse.
Adrln Podcast #6: Dylan Sheridan, Head Coach – Cleveland State
Dylan discusses his path from college club player to Division I head coach and the lessons learned at each stop along the way. He and JP also dive into the challenges of building a new program, and his thoughts on recruiting, prospect days and multi-sport athletes.
Adrln Podcast Episode 4
In this episode JP sits down with Pat Myers, the new head coach at Lafayette University. They discuss lessons learned over a career as an assistant at Cornell, Bucknell, North Carolina and UPenn, and what he’ll bring to his new role as a head coach. They talk about what makes an elite college lacrosse player, and Coach Myers lets us all in on where to find the best Cheesesteak in Maine. JP also provides his take on the recently wrapped World Games and talks about what makes coaching so special.
Adrln Podcast Episode 5
In episode 5, JP and Lars discuss the importance of great mentors, what it takes to be elite, the Iroquois lacrosse experience and many other topics.
Adrln Podcast Episode 3
JP talks about his travels to Japan to work with the University of Tokyo Blue Bullets lacrosse team and then interviews their current captain, coach and general manager for perspective on what it’s like to play and run a college lacrosse team in another country. He talks about the Paul Rabil podcast with Alan Stein and wraps up with a quick West Coast Starz and Adrenaline update with Jono Zissi.
ADRLN Podcast Episode 2
What are college coaches looking for in a player? What type of criteria do they have? You may be an incredible player, but it might not be what that coach’s program needs. Put yourself in the coaches’ shoes and be sure you are generating positive notes and minimize negative notes every time you play. With 7 National Championships under his belt, current UNC Coach David Metzbower shares his story and perspective on the process.