“Washington Stealth All-Access”, the weekly lacrosse radio show on KRKO, Fox Sports 1380 AM, will continue Thursday, January 20th at 5:30pm. This week will feature interviews with Stealth Head Coach Chris Hall, IL Indoor.com analyst Bob Chavez, Calgary Roughnecks star Geoff Snider and continue its weekly call-in segment featuring lacrosse superstar Paul Rabil.
The Stealth are off to a 1-2 start, and Head Coach Chris Hall hasn’t been pleased with his team’s play early on. He’ll explain what hasn’t gone right, and why he expects the boys in Red & Black to turn things around in Calgary this weekend.
The parity of the NLL could not be more apparent early on in the 2011 season. This weekend, there’s a full slate of action, including a battle between the two remaining unbeaten teams in the East Division and some division battles that could have major playoff implications down the road. IL Indoor.com analyst Bob Chavez takes you Around the NLL this weekend.
Calgary Roughnecks transition player is one of the NLL’s most interesting personalities. He spent his entire career as a member of the Philadelphia Wings, but this year leads a surprising young Calgary squad in the fight for the playoffs; a place Snider has been just once in his career. Snider will talk about his journey in the NLL and how it feels to be a Roughneck in 2011.
Lacrosse is booming in Washington with teams like Bellevue, Mercer Island and Issaquah leading the charge. But a little further north, lacrosse programs are beginning to grow and thrive and are preparing to make some noise in the Washington lacrosse scene. On such program is in Mukilteo, and Head Coach Owen Cordrey will take a few minutes to talk about lacrosse in the North Sound.
And of course, Stealth transition player Paul Rabil will make his weekly appearance on the show, giving his input on the start of the Stealth season and to answer your questions live on the air.
“Washington Stealth All-Access” airs weekly on Thursdays at 5:30pm on your radio dial on KRKO 1380 AM, or can be listened to live at www.krko.com. You can call-in to the show by dialing (425) 304-1380 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.