Richie Moran Joins Paul Carcaterra on Season 4, Ep. 12 of 'Overtime'

Fifty years since Moran’s 1971 Cornell team won the first NCAA men’s lacrosse championship, he spoke with Paul Carcaterra on Season 4, Episode 12 of the “Overtime” podcast.


Richie Moran finished his 29-year coaching career at Cornell in 1997, leaving the program as one of the most legendary coaches in the history of the sport. He won three national championships and developed countless All-Americans, but he’ll admit that the accolades were never paramount.

Moran, who now lives with his wife in Upstate New York, has plenty of stories of his former players going on to success outside of lacrosse. He simply coached to develop young men, but he built a powerhouse along the way.

Fifty years since Moran’s 1971 Cornell team won the first NCAA men’s lacrosse championship, he spoke with Paul Carcaterra on Season 4, Episode 12 of the “Overtime” podcast. Together, the two lacrosse greats talked about his beginnings in the game, being born during the Great Depression but finding lacrosse on Long Island.

Carcaterra and Moran talk about his days at Sewanhaka High School, Maryland and the start of an illustrious coaching career.

You can listen to the full episode Wednesday on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.







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