Janine Tucker Shares Stories of Successful Career on 'The Stick Drop'

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Janine Tucker coached her final game at Homewood Field last weekend, signaling that we’re nearing the end of one of the most historic careers in the history of the sport.

Over the course of 29 years, Tucker built the Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse program and developed plenty of relationships along the way. Now that her career is coming to an end, Tucker is making sure her fellow coaches and players know how much they mean to her.

In the midst of her final weeks at the helm of the Blue Jays program, she spoke with Sheehan Stanwick Burch and reflected on a career she’ll never forget. You can listen to the full episode on Apple and Spotify.

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