On today's episode, the boys sat down with Randy Staats to talk about his marathon Jr A career, his time at Syracuse, Senior A, NLL, and end with an important discussion regarding Randy's new venture, Turtle Island Lacrosse. Other topics include - Discussing the Toronto Blue Jays - Some recent NLL re-signings - Some great stories on national coaches day. And we ended with an emotional conversation about our friend Rob MacDougall, who was a great coach, a great artist, and a great man. For those interested, there will be a memorial service for Rob on Wednesday October 13th, which will be live-streamed. Details can be found here. As always, this episode is brought to you by Cottage Springs. Summer may be over but it is always Springs season. Grab a case today!
Host Stephen Stamp and his guest Randy Staats have a broad-ranging conversation that touches on NLL's celebration of Indigenous History Month, residential schools in Canada, the Iroquois Nationals' inclusion in the World Games and the process that went into that as well as the ongoing challenge to get lacrosse and the Nationals' into the Olympics, Turtle Island Lacrosse, the Six Nations Jr A team, overcoming knee injuries and more.
Randy Staats, College Football, and the Best Kept Secret in the Burger Industry
The Post Game
Nick mourns Notre Dame’s CFP performance (they covered!) and attempts to rationalize it away while Evan returns from vacation and reveals the best burger you've most likely never had and probably never will. (19:16) Onondaga CC legend, former Syracuse stud, MLL Champion, NLL Champion, and very soon to be PLL standout Randy Staats sits down with us. Randy gives us some info on the amazing work he is doing with Turtle Island (http://turtleislandlax.com/), growing up and playing lacrosse on the reserve, his time at Hill Academy and scoring 1 million points at OCC while only playing one half per game. Randy and Evan recap their time at Syracuse and compare OCC nightlife to Cuse and Notre Dame nightlife. Nick and Randy look back on their NLL encounters (scouting report: "take Ossello to the rack") and discuss Randy joining the PLL. We wrap up with a bit of a history lesson and some important insight from Randy on the Iroquois Nationals initial exclusion from the 2022 World Games. Follow Randy on Instagram and Twitter @staats83 This episode is presented by Red Truck Beef Jerky. Visit https://redtruckbeefjerky.com/ and apply the code POSTGAME15 at checkout to receive 15% off your order.
Randy Staats: Six Nations Ontario, Canada. He attended Onondaga community college before transferring to the power house Syracuse university. While at Onondaga, he was Two-time NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-American … He Led the NJCAA in scoring with 139 points in 2012. He then followed that up in 2014 at Syracuse with the Tewaaraton Award nominee as national player of the year as a junior. His senior year he ended his career as an All-American and was then drafted by the Rochester Rattlers in 2015. He was also Drafted in the First Round (6th overall) in the 2015 NLL draft he was then 2016 rookie of the year in the NLL.. Safe to say, he is a decorated player who had an amazing career. We hit on father-hood, Native American Culture, his current and his project Turtle Island. Hope you enjoy!
Systemic Injustice & World Games 2022 with Randy Staats
Coffee with The Boys
Recently, the Iroquois Nationals were left out of the WG2022 in Birmingham, AL. With no reason but an apology letter and a 'new criteria' for eligible involvement, I sit down with Randy do discuss his initial thoughts on the matter and his steps moving forward.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Sticks and Picks Lacrosse Episode #25- Randy Staats
Sticks and Picks Lacrosse
We talk to Randy Staats, one of the games top ambassadors and players in Lacrosse today. He talks about growing up in Six Nations, winning championships and his incredible NCAA Lacrosse Career. We also dive into a brother challenge where we ask him questions about Austin and himself.
Randy Staats: Playing In Georgia Year Round And Representing The Iroquois Nation (Pro Lacrosse Talk Podcast #41)
Pro Lacrosse Talk Podcast
This episode of the Pro Lacrosse Talk podcast features Randy Staats, forward with the Georgia Swarm, attackman with the Atlanta Blaze and member of the Iroquois National team. We discuss the game's meaning to him, playing for Coach Desko at Syracuse, his 2017 NLL Championship with the Swarm and 2019 all-star season with the Blaze. We also preview the upcoming 2019-20 Georgia Swarm season and his second matchup against younger brother and San Diego Seals star Austin Staats. --- The Pro Lacrosse Talk podcast is the first and only lacrosse podcast covering all four professional lacrosse leagues (MLL, NLL, PLL, WPLL). Each week throughout the season we'll recap the games, provide analysis on the teams and feature exclusive postgame and off-the-field interviews with professional lacrosse players and coaches. Suit up and give us a listen! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @prolacrossetalk. Pro Lacrosse Talk is proud to partner with Stitcher Premium. Try 1 month of Stitcher Premium for free by using the code "LACROSSE" today!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Randy Staats, Chris Boushy: Lacrosse Classified, Ep. 19
Lacrosse All Stars Network
This week on X-Treme Threads Lacrosse Classified, Evan and Jake recap a busy weekend in the NLL with six games, and Jake had a bad week in #WhoWeHad, and is now four games behind Evan. Our first guest is Randy Staats, forward for the Georgia Swarm, Six Nations Chiefs and Iroquois Nationals. We recap the Swarm season so far, what to look forward to and who is the better Staats brother.Then we speak with the rookie Chris Boushy. Born in South Africa, Boushy played most of his junior career in the Ontario junior B division before being drafted and cut by the Saskatchewan Rush, then signed and cut by the Buffalo Bandits, then being signed again by the Calgary Roughnecks and having a fabulous start to the 2019 season before becoming the healthy scratch when Curtis Dickson returned to the lineup. He was then traded at the NLL trade deadline to Rochester for a fourth-round pick. And if his roller coaster season couldn't be any crazier, he scored seven goals and two assists in his Rochester debut, smashing the record for most goals and tying the record for most points in a team debut.Then we have another edition of Stampede Tack #WhoYaGot where Jake resorts to using a coin to determine his fate, Evan makes his broadcast debut alongside John Gurtler for the Buffalo Bandits and we have our first prize giveaway. Tune in!And, as always, thanks to Associated Labels and Packaging and Pure Vita Labs for their support of the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.