Jules Heningburg | S5 E11

Jules Heningburg is among the most popular people in lacrosse, both because of his skill on the field and leadership off of it.

The product of New Jersey rose to stardom at Rutgers and carried his talents to the PLL, where he stars for Redwoods LC. In the past two years, he’s also established himself as a leading voice for Black lacrosse players across the country.

Now adding commentator to his resume, Heningburg shared his story with Paul Carcaterra.

Chris Gray | S5 E10

Chris Gray has been one of the most dynamic players in college lacrosse history, and he’s hoping to do the same in the PLL. Fresh off setting the NCAA Division I Men’s all-time scoring mark, the North Carolina star was chosen second overall in the PLL’s College Draft.

After transferring from Boston U, where he emerged as a goal-scoring threat for the Terriers, Gray found a home in Chapel Hill. He could leave college lacrosse with the 2022 Tewaaraton Award, but he’s more focused on the impact he made on his teammates.

Gray reflected on his college career and looked ahead to what’s next with Paul Carcaterra.

Dan Orlovsky | S5 E9

Dan Orlovsky was always athletic, but he found his passion in the sport of football. A graduate of UConn, Orlovsky spent 12 seasons in NFL before transitioning to a role as an analyst for ESPN.

He’s quickly moving up the ranks as one of the most popular voices in football, but he’s also developing a new passion for lacrosse. A lacrosse Dad, Orlovsky spends his weekends coaching lacrosse and driving his kids to games.

Orlovsky sat down with his friend, Paul Carcaterra, to share his thoughts on a new game.

Remembering Richie Moran | S5 E8

Richie Moran, the legendary Cornell men’s lacrosse coach, died on April 24, leaving behind a great legacy in the game of lacrosse.

Moran built the culture of Cornell lacrosse that exists today, and he left an impact on all of his players, from top scorers to benchwarmers. He was a players’ coach and we could think of no other way to honor him than to hear from those players.

Mike French, Tim Goldstein, Mike Levine and Rob Pannell sat down with Paul Carcaterra to share their stories and touch on the legacy of Richie Moran.

Ned Crotty | S5 E7

Ned Crotty grew up on the rink and dreamed of a career in hockey, but lacrosse came calling at Delbarton High School. He took his talents to Durham, where experienced the drama of the Duke lacrosse case, but also the thrill of a championship in 2010.

Crotty retired last week after winning two gold medals with the U.S. national team and plenty of success at the MLL and PLL levels. Amidst a career change, he sat down with Paul Carcaterra to walk through his journey from New Jersey to lacrosse stardom.

Kevin Warne | S5 E6

Kevin Warne is one of the most personable coaches in all of college lacrosse, leading Georgetown to success through a fun-loving but tough approach. He’s decided the only way that he can coach his team to its full potential is if he’s being himself.

The Long Island native who spent time at a number of Division I powerhouses as an assistant, Warne got his big break at Georgetown in 2012. In 10 seasons, he’s learned how to be a Division I coach, and now he’s learning how to handle the attention that comes with the Hoya’s success.

Warne shared memorable stories of his lacrosse journey with his friend, Paul Carcaterra, on this episode of Overtime.

Connor Buczek | S5 E5

Connor Buczek was born to be a Cornell lacrosse player. He didn’t know he’d also end up as the head coach of the program he called home for four years.

Buczek, the youngest head coach in Division I men’s lacrosse, announced his retirement from professional lacrosse to dedicate all of his working time to building Cornell into a powerhouse. He’s well on his way to bringing the Big Red back to glory, but he’s focused on developing a talented group of young men.

The All-American middie turned up-and-coming coaching star sat down with Paul Carcaterra to share his journey and what’s next in Ithaca.

Jen Adams | S5 E4

Jen Adams is one of the greatest lacrosse players of all time, but her humble roots make her one of the most down-to-earth figures in the sport.

A native of Australia, Adams ascended to glory at Maryland and with her national team before beginning a successful coaching career that has led her to Loyola. She reflects on her historic career with Paul Carcaterra.

John Galloway | S5 E3

John Galloway is one of the most well-liked figures in recent lacrosse history. He’s earned the trust and respect of his peers through his commitment to hard work, love of leadership and a passion for lacrosse unrivaled in the sport.

Now the head coach of a blossoming Jacksonville men’s lacrosse program, Galloway reflected on his playing career and what most excites him as one of the youngest coaches in Division I lacrosse.

Nakeie Montgomery | S5 E2

Nakeie Montgomery is a lightning bolt on the lacrosse field and a man of many interests off of it. The Duke star burst onto the scene during the 2018 NCAA tournament and has developed into one of the top midfielders in the nation.

Montgomery, though, is much more than a lacrosse player. He’s an avid music enthusiast, a Division I football player and an advocate for diversity in lacrosse. He shares his story in a candid conversation with Paul Carcaterra.