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Former BU Lacrosse Captain Jack Wilson Interview

Jack Wilson is a former Boston University Lacrosse captain for the 2018 season. During the season, he amassed a number of awards, including being named to the Tewaaraton Watch List and Patriot League Second Team. Jack talks about why he chose BU, how a high school athlete can get on a coaches radar and the

December 14, 2018 Michael Choate

College Hockey – BGSU Ice Hockey Facility Tour

The Bowling Green Falcons ice hockey team is headed up by a former Miami RedHawks player Chris Bergeron. The Falcons compete in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. In 1984 They won the NCAA DI championship defeating the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in the longest championship game in the tournament’s history.  Cameron Wright plays forward for the team

December 12, 2018


Maddie Monahan likes building things. She is a trendsetter, who is not afraid to deviate from the norm. Those characteristics don’t only describe Monahan as an engineering student, but also as a member of the Lehigh field hockey program. Monahan’s interest in engineering began in high school and has blossomed since, eventually leading to her

December 10, 2018

What is it Like to Be a DI Athlete?

Being a Division 1 student-athlete comes with a mixture of either feeling like you are a big deal on campus or you are just another student. Many great things come out of being a college athlete, but there are some hurdles you must get over. Being on a DI  women’s basketball team you have to

December 9, 2018

U.S. Naval Academy Men’s Swimming & Diving Head Coach Offers Advice

Bill Roberts is the Men’s Swimming & Diving Head Coach for the U.S. Naval Academy. He hails from Aurora, New York and went to school at Springfield College. Roberts has been the head coach for 15 seasons at the academy and has been with the program for a total of 18 years. In each of

December 7, 2018

LRT Sports Top 5: The Top 5 Ivy League Football Facilities and Locker Rooms

With the 2018-19 NCAA football season getting increasingly exciting with each passing week as Bowl Season approaching, we wanted to make a post focusing on a set of very highly respected academic institutions whose respective football program won’t be in the conversation for the College Football Playoff Semi-Final; the Ivy League programs. Don’t let the

December 5, 2018

A Rhodes College Golfer and her Battle with Depression

A Rhodes College athlete was concerned for her mental health.  Making the transition from high school to college life can be an arduous process for young adults. The transition happened to be extremely challenging for one student-athlete who was about to play her sport at the collegiate level. Former Rhodes College golfer Jessica Ritter (’15)

December 1, 2018