Monthly Archives: April 2019

Chris Hogan | S2 E2



Chris Hogan is an NFL wide receiver and a two-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots. He’s also a lacrosse player at his core.

After playing four season with Penn State men’s lacrosse, Chris Hogan made the decision to pursue football. He played a year at Monmouth and went undrafted. Hogan eventually worked his way through training camp after training camp and found a role with the Patriots.

Now a Carolina Panther, Hogan still has passion for the game he grew up playing. He spoke with Paul Carcaterra and his New Jersey roots and how you might see him on a lacrosse field again someday.


BC Women’s Lacrosse | S2 E1



Boston College has lacrosse’s version of the triplets — Sam, Dempsey and Kenzie. The seniors are unequivocally three of the best players the game has to offer. They just happen to be on the same offense, terrorizing opposing defenses.

Sam has the Tewaaraton and insane stick skills. Dempsey, she’s a freak athlete that dominates the full field. Kenzie has the vision and the fire of a two-sport college superstar.

Today, we dive into who these players are off the field, how they’re making BC a destination for women’s lacrosse and the expectations they have to win it all in 2019. Catch the video version of Overtime at youtube.com/uslacrosse.


Scott Rodgers | S1 E8



Misunderstood? Maybe. Unique? No question. Scott Rodgers picked up his first goalie stick at the age of 7 on Long Island. He was a top-rated high school goalie in American his senior year, and later became the national goalie of the year at Notre Dame.

Off the field, his personality is as big as his bicep. Today, we dive into his background and approach to the sport he loves, weightlighting, his brash personality and why he doesn’t care what you think — or maybe he does.