U.S. Gold Medalist Jordan Wolf Joins Season 4, Ep. 9 of "Overtime"

Jordan Wolf does not enjoy the limelight — the social media buzz, the interviews with media outlets — but his play continues to garner attention across the lacrosse community.

Wolf, the Philadelphia native who made his mark as a two-time national champion attackman at Duke, is one of the most driven players in the sport. He graduated from Lower Merion (Pa.), the same school as the late Kobe Bryant.

Through his four years in Durham and several years into a professional lacrosse career, Wolf has had to find his own Mamba Mentality. The Chrome LC attackman won a gold medal with the U.S. national team and is one of the stars of the Premier Lacrosse League.

The 28-year-old joined Paul Carcaterra for Season 4, Episode 9 of the “Overtime” podcast to talk about his upbringing in the Philly suburbs, how coach John Danowski changed his life and why he continues to play today.

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

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