A. Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche
A. It’s hard to pick one specific moment, but one game sticks out. During my junior year at Colgate (2012), we had a game against Army on the road. It was a tight game and I’d played poorly, just one goal through three and a half quarters. Suddenly, I scored one and a switch just flipped. I went on a tear and had five goals in the last seven or so minutes of the game to win it. It was an incredible feeling of just completely taking over.
A. I Knew You Were Trouble – Taylor Swift
A. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
A. Learn to code!! But as it relates to lacrosse, I’d say spend more time practicing the things you aren’t good at.
A. Barack Obama
A. I’d like to see lacrosse become a more diverse and inclusive sport
A. Definitely Kyle Harrison. How many people get a chance to become friends and teammates with someone they grew up idolizing?! I still have to pinch myself sometimes.
A. My parents. They’ve supported me every step from day one.
A. Fast. Aggressive. Ambidextrous.
A. Favorite exercise is pull-ups. Favorite drill is a pretty simple one: just a bucket of balls at the top of the two point arc, dodging down the alley, throwing back to a teammate so they can get a shot, then switching roles. We do this constantly with the Machine and it’s just a great way to work on a lot in a very simple drill.
A. PB&J, banana, coffee and coconut water.
A. "You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take." Wayne Gretzky
A. Lately I’ve become obsessed with the dramatic entrance the Clemson football team makes at home games in Death Valley. I’d love to play a lacrosse game in front of a crowd like that, 80,000+ fans!