Paul Carcaterra: On this, our 2nd podcast episode, ADVNC Founder & CEO Chris Rotelli welcomes Paul Carcaterra to the show.
Paul is one of the most well known and respected people in the entire sport of lacrosse. He has been one of
Paul Carcaterra: ADVNC Podcast
He played lacrosse at Syracuse, and helped lead the Orange to a National Title in 1995.
Paul is also the founder of Maverik Showtime Lacrosse, one of the top college recruiting showcases in America. Chris and Paul discuss a variety of topics including:
– How Paul came to love the game of lacrosse
– Paul’s time at Syracuse in the midst of their unprecedented run of 22 straight Final Fours
– Paul’s broadcasting career
– The growth lacrosse has enjoyed over the past decade
– A preview of the 2019 college lacrosse season amid the new rule changes – Paul’s advice for young players who want to play at the college level
About ADVNC Lacrosse:
From the ADVNC Lacrosse website:
“ADVNC Lacrosse is the leader in lacrosse training and development, designed and directed by Tewaaraton Award winner and MLL All-Star Chris Rotelli.
In collaboration with the world’s best lacrosse players and coaches, ADVNC offers camps, year round club teams, tournaments, leagues, college recruiting, and other game-elevating tools for beginners to high schoolers.
Our mission is to maximize player potential, enjoyment of the game, and to help our athletes play lacrosse in college. We do this in the most fun possible way at every one of our events. We believe that the sport of lacrosse has a great community of people, and that it can open doors for you that would otherwise not be opened. We believe that lacrosse is a great team sport, and teaches life lessons to players that help them excel in every aspect of life.
We train players to be great, we have a lot of fun doing it, and we help them reach their goals. We are passionate about this process, and we care about every player who comes through our program.”
For more information on ADVNC Lacrosse and how to get involved, please visit their website here.