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Lax Journal Podcast #12: Connor Kelly’s Lax & Life as a Professional Athlete

During his freshman year of High School, Connor Kelly was cut from his hockey team. That motivated him to pursue a life-long mission in the sport of lacrosse, becoming the best he could possibly be. After getting dropped by big times schools like UVA and Carolina during his recruiting process, Connor soon graduated from the University of Maryland with a National Championship ring. After University, Connor didn’t want his playing days to end. Instead, Connor entered the MLL and pursued a career as a professional athlete. Today, Connor is arguably one of the best American midfielders in the sport of lacrosse. Learn about Connor’s story on our latest episode of the Lax Journal podcast.

Show Highlights:

  • Connor gets cut for the first time, hear how he responds
  • An epic screw-up during his recruiting process
  • What did Coach Tillman of Maryland see in Connor Kelly
  • The shot that was the worst/best play of Connor’s college career
  • Playing lacrosse at University of Maryland and what that means
  • MLL vs. PLL
  • Playing for Team USA
  • How the NLL has changed Connor as a player and professional
  • What’s next for Connor Kelly in the world of lacrosse

Connect with Connor Kelly

Website – http://www.connorkellylax.com/

Twitter – @connor21kelly

Instagram – @connorkelly21

Listen to the Podcast (and don’t forget to leave us a review!)

Podcast Sponsors

Epoch Lacrosse (Live. Play. Be.) https://www.epochlacrosse.com/

GuardLab Mouth Guards https://guardlab.com/

 

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