Host Roger Welton (Co-host Steve Jordan was unavailable for this one) discusses the 2017 Tewaarton Award winners for the most outstanding players in Division I Men's and Women's Lacrosse. This year, the award, so named in honor of the Native American origins of the sport (Tewaarton is the word for lacrosse in the Mohawk language, long accepted to be the progenitor of the sport of lacrosse), went to two national champions from the University of Maryland Terps, Attacker Matt Rambo and Midfielder Zoe Stukenberg.
Roger highlights the significance of this honor, as well as the historical offensive tilt to the Tewaarton award.
For more content from Roger and Steve, respectively, visit their respective blogs at The Creators Game and Trainer To The Stars.
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