Johns Hopkins Assistant Coach Larry Quinn, What does it mean to be great?

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How do you develop confidence? Why do Hopkins lacrosse alum hold Freddy Smith in such high regard? Why we consider some people great? Host Fred Opie interviews Hall of Famer Larry Quinn a.k.a. The Door. These two former teammates talk about Quinn’s incredible confidence, Levittown Memorial High School on Long Island, officials visits, decision to attend Johns Hopkins University where he won two national lacrosse championships in 1984 1985, and Coach Freddy Smith. Quinn also talks about college teammates who also are members of the national Hall of Fame, his decision to become an attorney, coaching at Hopkins, suggested changes in collegiate lacrosse rules, US national team tryouts, and more. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.