Tony Seaman Johns Hopkins, Towson and PLL





The word icon often gets tossed around on those not deserving of the title, but the Review chatted with a 'real lacrosse hero' this week in the form of legendary coach Tony Seaman. From C.W. Post, to Penn, to Johns Hopkins, to even spending some time in the pro ranks, the MLL, the passionate Coach Seaman is the real deal and you know that because there isn't a story about lacrosse at a national level for the past 40 years that Tony's name has not been a fabric of whatever tale is being spun. In a word, he's as fun in person as everything you have ever heard. And if that wasn't enough, Coach moved to Florida and began to walk a prep sideline in Boca Raton at St. Francis and won a state championship in 2021. At the ripe old age of 79 years young, Tony Seaman defies the odds and warms the heart. You should stay tuned for this interview because the bonus this week is video coverage of No. 1 ranked Maryland, who visited the Michigan campus week in Big Ten play...