College Coaches Chris Petrucelli and Matt Mott talk NCAA Soccer and other things, with special guests.
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In this episode the coaches welcome Lipscomb University Women's Head Coach Kevin O'Brien to the show to discuss his coaching journey from a player at the University of Charleston to his coaching at Creighton, Oregon State, and Davidson. He also talks about coaching in the mid-majors building a successful program from the ground up. They start the show with some questions from the listeners and then they welcome in the Big Deal to discuss the past weekend's games and they bring back “Fact or Fiction”. They then finish up the week with a Power 5 and a look ahead to the weekend's slate of big games. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches welcome the current Ole Miss Soccer All-time scorer and current NWSL Louisville Racer Forward CeCe Kizer. They discuss CeCe's playing career, from Kansas, to Mississippi, to Houston, to Norway and now to Kentucky and she shares memories of Coach “Mottisms”. They start the show discussing an odd chair debacle in College Station for Ole Miss and SMU being “stranded” in Tampa due to the SouthWest Airline flight issues. They then welcome in “The Big Deal” for a rousing rendition of “Shut Up Matt” and discuss their teams and upsets of the week. They then close out the podcast with a Power 5 that is pertinent to SMUs current airline situation. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this week's episode, the coaches welcome Interim Coach of the NWSL Orlando Pride, Becky Burleigh to talk her coaching arc and the shakeups in the NWSL. The coaches start the show discussing the negative impact of unethical coaching on the game and then turn to happier items discussing the past week in the NCAA and they introduce the next big podcast game – “Tell Matt to SHUT UP!”. They then close out the show with another effort at a Power 5 and preview the upcoming weekend's slate of games. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches welcome Marty Beall, Head Women's coach of the Richmond Spiders to the Podcast Pitch to discuss his career arc, how he incorporates his degree in psychology into his coaching style, and the environment at Richmond. They start the show with a Coach Matt rant (just let him “give the refs a go” uninterrupted for goodness sake) and then welcome in Coach Lee to discuss the past weekend's slate of games and they introduce a new segment called, “What's more shocking?” They announce their teams of the week and upsets of the week. The Power 5 tries to improve on last week's debacle and they close with a look at the weekend's upcoming matches. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation, the coaches welcome Gary Buete, CEO of North Carolina FY Youth, one of the largest youth soccer programs in the US. They discuss his playing and coaching journey, the evolution of the NCFCY, and his role in US Club Soccer. They start the podcast with fan questions, and then bring in the Bid Deal to discuss the past weekend's contests, Fact or Fiction gets a new host, and they pick their “Team of the Week”. They close the show with a Power 5 that is ‘flighty”, and preview the upcoming big games. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches welcome Karen Ferguson-Dayes, head women's coach at the University of Louisville. They discuss her journey from USNWT player to collegiate coach, the advantages of having a Women's Professional team in town, the role of women's athletics at Louisville, and the gauntlet that is the ACC. They start the show discussing issues with the coach's poll, some listener questions, and welcome “The Big Deal” to discuss the past weekend's games and take a look at the upcoming shift to conference play across the country. The Power 5 is “Super”, and they preview this weekend's key contests. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches welcome Nebraska Head Women's coach John Walker and they discuss his coaching journey from Ontario to Lincoln, the development of his team's unique press scheme, and his use of the Keeper to put pressure on Husker opponents. They start the show with a couple listener questions and try to answer the age-old question of appropriate game-day attire and provide opinions on the college OT format. They bring in the Big Deal to talk about the big results over the weekend and discuss this week's Fact or Fiction. The Power 5 goes back to the TV well and they close out with games to look forward to for the upcoming weekend. Give a listen, tell a friend.
In his episode, the coaches welcome Boston University Terrier's Head Coach Nancy Feldman. She discusses her journey to Boston University, her coaching philosophy, her time as a Basketball coach, and last time the NCAA Final Four was in Massachusetts. The show starts discussing Hurricane Ida and how that may change the weeks slate of games in the South and the Big Deal present's this week's “Fact or Fiction”. The show ends with a Power 5 that will make you hungry and the coaches preview upcoming contests of note. Give a listen, tell a friend. If you have a question for College Soccer Nation email the coaches at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com .
In celebration of the podcast surpassing 10,000 downloads, the coaches welcome Olympic Gold Medalist, World Cup Champion, 2-time NCAA Champion, and current University of Central Florida Head Coach Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak. They bring in the Big Deal to discuss opening weekend of the NCAA season and a new segment is born – Fact or Fiction. The Power 5 is entertaining as always and they look ahead to the biggest games of the coming week. If you have questions for the coaches, you can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation, the coaches welcome Arkansas Head Women's Soccer Coach Colby Hale and discuss his coaching philosophy and his team's winning playing style. They also honor newly retired USWNT captain Carli Lloyd, answer some listener questions, and preview the 2021 inaugural game week with “The Big Deal” and they predict conference winners and dark horses. The Power Five is a topic you might not have expected, but creates quite the “discussion”. If you have a question for College Soccer Nation email the coaches at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com .
Welcome to Season 2 of College Soccer Nation. In this kickoff episode, the coaches discuss the start of college soccer training, look forward to the preseason and welcome back (by popular demand) Florida State Head Coach Mark Krikorian and discuss his coaching strategy and look back fondly on Bobby Bowden. Give a listen, tell a friend.
Welcome to Season 2 of College Soccer Nation. Coaches Chris Petrucelli, Matt Mott and Brian Lee return to discuss the upcoming NCAA Soccer Season, how COVID has changed the look of this season, and look ahead to the second season of the podcast. Tell your soccer friends and "let's get at it!"
In the season one finale of College Soccer Nation the Coaches Petrucelli, Mott, and Lee recap the NCAA women's final four weekend and discuss this year's Champion, pick their coach and player of the year and look ahead to the 2021 season. Thanks for listening and supporting the program and we'll see you when the 2021 season kicks off.
In this episode, the coaches breakdown the second round of the NCAA Women's Tournament and preview this week's Sweet Sixteen matches. If you have questions for the show, you can email the coaches at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
In this Tournament Special episode the coaches review the games from the First Round of the NCAA Women's Tournament and preview the Round of 32. If you questions for coach Petrucelli or Coach Mott you can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation coach Chris, Matt, and Brian discuss the Field of 48 for the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament, give first round predictions and provide a behind the scenes view of the selection committee with Clifton Douglas, Conference USA Assistant Commissioner for Sports Services and current Chairperson of the NCAA Women's Soccer Committee. If you have questions for the coaches, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation, the coaches talk to University of Denver Coach Jeff Hooker to discuss his arc from player to coach and how he built a winning tradition in Denver. They start off the show with some listener questions, and then welcome in the Conference USA Soccer coach of the year to discuss the Big 10 tournament and review other key games from the past weekend and lay out this week’s edition of “Brian’s Brackets”. The Power Five is surprisingly controversy-free and the restaurant recommendation for the week is from Lake Mary, Florida. If you have questions for the show, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation, the coaches talk to coaching legend Anson Dorrance on his coaching career arc, how he built the soccer dynasty at North Carolina, and his general coaching philosophy that has transcended generations. They start the show answering listener questions and then welcome in the Big Deal to review the past weekend’s slate of games, take a look at the current state of NCAA tournament bubble teams, and discuss which teams are peaking at the right time. They look forward to this weekend slate of games to include some conference tournaments and the Power 5 topic is Easter and food related. They close the show with a restaurant recommendation on the plains of Auburn, Alabama. If you have questions for the show, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of CSN the coaches talk to Santa Clara Head Coach Jerry Smith about this career arc, handling the development of rising national team superstars, becoming an elite college program, and what it’s like to have a World Cup superstar spouse. They answer listener questions and discuss the proposed bubble for the 2021 NCAA tournament. The Big Deal pops in to recap the weekend slate of games, Brian’s weekly bracket update, and the disappointing loss by the men’s U-23 team. Coach Matt’s new chess obsession is the basis for this week’s Power 5 and they close out the show with a restaurant recommendation in Tallahassee. If you have questions for the show, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this SILVER episode of CSN, the coaches talk to Brian Moore, the Director of the ECNL National Academy Girls Program on his career coaching and developing local and national players. They start the show answering listener questions then they talk to the The Big Deal about the past weeks games and issues associated with the current Soccer Rankings system as well as Brian’s Brackets. The Power Five is basketball oriented and they end the show a new segment called Matt’s Restaurant Recommendations. *Note: This episode had some minor technical issues and we apologize for that.
The Coaches answer questions from the listeners in the opening and also discuss what it would be like for 2 brothers to coach against each other. Brian Lee gives his opinions on who’s a lock and who still has work to do for NCAA tournament selection. Nicole Nelson joins the show to discuss her new business featuring high performance coaching. The Power 5 is a tough one as the guys pick their favorite 80’s movies. Finally there’s a discussion about the interior decorating of The Picker's (Samford Coach Todd Yelton) lake house.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches welcome Mississippi State Head Women’s Soccer coach James Armstrong to discuss his journey from Scotland to Starkville. They debut a new segment called “Question the Coaches” to kick off the show. They talk to The Big Deal about COVID’s impact on parity in NCAA Sports and rehash some weekend Women’s soccer results They also ramble on about the RPI, and give a shoutout to BYU head coach Jennifer Rockwood on her 400th career win. The Power 5 has to do with food (shocking) and they end the show with a couple TV suggestions. If you have a question for the coaches, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of CSN, Chris talks with Hall Of Famer Schellas Hyndman. They discuss Schellas’s journey to America as a young boy from China. Schellas talks about his martial arts training, and his experience in the college soccer. There’s further discussion on coaching in the MLS and the tactics of 4-4-2. Finally Schellas discusses his plans for retirement. The coaches also review the weekend of soccer action across the NCAA, they introduce a new feature called "Tell me something good", and they conclude with a Power 5 that makes the producer quit. Thanks for listening and tell your soccer friends to give it a listen.
After two weeks of technical difficulties, time issues, and problematic winter weather, College Soccer Nation is back and welcomes Clemson Head Women’s coach Eddie Radwanski to discuss his coaching arc, playing 3 on 3 at the bus stop in New Jersey, Friday Night Soccer, and winning a National Championship at UNC Greensboro. The coaches recap the recent incidents that resulted in podcast delays and speak with The Big Deal about his 300th career win, how COVID is impacting schedules and recruiting, and the new Top 25 poll. They close out the show with the Power Five and a new feature. Thanks for listening and tell all your soccer friends to give a listen.
In this podcast the coaches welcome New Orleans Saints Long Snapper Zach Wood to discuss life in the NFL, his time at SMU, and his diet. The fellas also preview the Power 5 and recap the Shannon Boxx interview from last week. The Big Deal joins in on this week’s Power 5 and they talk about Becky Burleigh’s retirement from Florida. The Power 5 is has a Superbowl feel and they close with this week's overused coaching cliche.Thanks for listening and tell a friend. This podcast is available on all your favorite podcast providers.
In this episode the coached welcome USNWT alum Shannon Boxx to the show to talk about her career and her time representing the US in the World Cup and Olympics. They spend some time talking about the upcoming spring NCAA season with the Big Deal, Chris drops some podcast statistics, and the power five AGAIN causes some angst and requires too much producer involvement.Thanks for listening and tell a friend. This podcast is available on all your favorite podcast providers.
The coaches welcome Michigan Head Coach Jennifer Klein to the podcast to discuss her journey from the youngest coach in Division 1 at UNLV to her current position with the Wolverines, and how the Big 10 plans to play soccer this Spring. They also discuss the new College Soccer Nation logo and end of show outro. The discussion with the Big Deal touches on the NWSL draft and the start of the Spring season. They close out with each coach’s Top 5 actors and a new closing tag line.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches talk player development with coaching philosophy, and training with Top Staff Coach for Utah Royals AZ coach Derek Leader. They also talk to The Big Deal about the NWSL cold calling current college players. The power five is music oriented (and sure to cause controversy) and Coach Matt gives us another quality cliché to ponder.If you have questions or comments for the coaches, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Happy New Year. In this episode of CSN, the coaches talk to ESPN multisport play-by-play announcer Mike Watts on his road from Fordham to Bristol and his experiences as a national collegiate sports voice. They also talk to The Big Deal about the upcoming spring Women's soccer season as well as the intricacies of the upcoming NWSL draft and implications for players. In honor of New Year's resolutions they discuss the Top 5 vegetables and finish up with another annoying cliche.Thanks for listening and tell all your soccer friends.
In this supersized episode Chris and Matt discuss the NCAA not allowing extra practice days for soccer in the spring, the NWSL Draft waiver with the Big Deal and attempt to briefly discuss Liverpool's sustained excellence. They then welcome Ole Miss Sports Psychologist Josie Nicholson to discuss coping for collegiate athletes in the time of COVID and how susceptible Matt is to hypnosis. A special Power 5 welcomes the coaches spouses who discuss the Top 5 things the coaches do to annoy them (big props to them for narrowing it down to 5). They close up with an annoying sports cliche and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season. Thank you for downloading and listening. If you want to give CSN a Christmas present - Tell a friend to listen to the podcast. Happy Holidays, Stay Safe.
In this episode of CSN Matt “defunks” Chris’ argument regarding whether or not Ohio State should be in the Big Ten Championship. They discuss the Army/Navy game with the Big Deal and discuss the transfer rules for college athletes. They then welcome Chicago Redstars Keeper Coach Rade Tanaskovic and dive into his career arc from Serbia to Chicago. The Power 5 rates holiday movies, and after that argument is solved, the coach’s cliché brings forth more dissension. If you have questions or comments for the coaches, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of CSN, the coaches discuss video recruiting in the time of COVID, and talk about the NWSL draft and Knight Commission report with the "Big Deal". They then welcome Florida Assistant Coach Alan Kirkup to the podcast and discuss his journey from Manchester United to the Florida Gators as well as explain why beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In honor of the passing of Diego Maradona the boys give their Power 5 male players of all time, NOT NAMED Pele, Messi, or Ronaldo (what could go wrong?). They throw in a little Christmas shopping at the end as well as another overused coaching cliche.If you have questions or comments for the coaches, you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
On this episode of CSN, the coaches touch on Vanderbilt Keeper Sarah Barnes debut for the Commodore Football team, discuss the spring season and other COVID-related issues, such as the impending locker dilemma with the BIG Deal. They then welcome Kansas Head Women's Coach Mark Francis and discuss his career across the pond to middle America. They close up with the Power 5 and introduce a new segment. You can email the coaches at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Download the podcast, leave a review, tell a friend.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation the coaches kick off the show briefly recapping the fall college soccer season, such that it was, and discuss the likelihood of the spring season. They recap players and coaches of the year in the SEC and the SEC Tournament with Big Deal Brian Lee. Karen Hoppa then joins the fellas from an unknown location to give the history of coach Matt’s entry in to Division 1 and to discuss her program at Auburn. The Power 5 is Thanksgiving related and Matt gives tips on how not to burn down your house if you are deep frying a turkey this week in honor of Thanksgivings past.If you have questions for either coach, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of CSN, Chris and Matt discuss the difficulties of recruiting in the age of COVID and touch on some of the weekend playoff action. Big Deal Brian Lee joins them to give his take on recruiting, and give’s his pick for conference player and coach of the year in the ACC and preview the SEC tournament quarterfinals. This episode’s special guest is Miami Head Coach Sarah Barnes and she discusses her playing career, the lunch challenges associated with coaching at Texas, and navigating the waters of the ACC from South Beach. The power five is, surprisingly, food themed. They finish up with some Master’s talk and the weekly BBQ recipe.If you have questions for either coach, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation the coaches honor veterans with an in depth look at coach Matt’s military service, bang on with the Big Deal as the regular season comes to a close and they welcome Colorado State Head Coach Bill Hempen to the show. If you have questions for either coach, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you liked this show, please take a listen to "The CyBUr Guy" podcast with retired FBI Special Agent Darren Mott where he talks about how to keep you, your family, and your business safe from all the cyber threats attacking you and your information.
The coaches are joined by West Virginia Women’s Head Coach Nicole Izzo-Brown to discuss her soccer journey from Division 3 to Starting a Division 1 program at West Virginia, moving from the Big East to the Big 12, and how a certain Notre Dame coach took no mercy on her nascent team. They also discuss the past week’s games and discuss the state of TV soccer color analysis with the Big Deal. The Power Five is (sort of) election-related and one coach butchers the English language. If you have questions for either coach, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation, the coaches discuss NCAA scheduling and RPI as we reach the conclusion of the fall season and look ahead to the spring. They spend some time with “Big Deal” Brian Lee and today’s interview is with University of Southern California Head Women’s Coach Keidane McAlpine. They close up with the “Power 5 Halloween Candies” and the week's BBQ recipe. Tell your friends to listen and they can find this podcast on all your favorite podcast providers.
In this episode Coach Chris and Coach Matt discuss the NCAA Division 1 Recruiting Blackout Period, discuss the past weekends big games with "Big Deal" Brian Lee, and welcome the Mayor Of Women's College Soccer, Duke Head Coach Robbie Church. They close up the show with the Top 5 Games Shows of all time (in their opinion) and give a Rib recipe that will make you run to the store to get the ingredients. You can contact the coaches at chris@collegesoccernation or matt@collegesoccernation.
In this episode of College Soccer Nation the coaches discuss the state of NCAA Men's soccer with SMU Head Coach Kevin Hudson.First they review the weekend's action from the Women's game, they "bang on" with coach Brian Lee and they wrap things up with the "Power 5" Desserts, and Matt explains how to make a special BBQ-oriented dessert. If you have questions for either coach, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Don't forget to tell your soccer friends to listen.Also since its Cybersecurity Awareness month, check out their sister podcast, "The CyBUr Guy" podcast with retired FBI Special Agent Darren Mott. Both podcasts are part of the DJM Production podcasting family.
Episode 4 features too many minutes with Brian Lee as he breaks down the games of the week and an appearance from Samford Head Coach Todd Yelton. Todd discusses how he came to be known as coach of the rings while Matt and Chris want to know more about Todd’s "picking" hobby. We also hear about Matts experience with Todd’s jet ski and Todd being interrupted as he gave a toast at his daughter’s wedding. In the Power 5 ranking the guys list their top 5 fast food places and, of course, Matt comes up with one that Chris can't stand, nor should anyone who enjoys fast food.
In this episode of CSN, Chris and Matt welcome 4 time National Championship Coach Mark Krikorian to the podcast. Mark talks about coaching elite players, his team at Florida State and compliments Matt on his restaurant choices. Brian Lee joins the crew to discuss the SEC and the United Soccer coaches top 15 poll, much to Chris' chagrin. Chris and Matt discuss the rest of the college soccer action and also spar over their top 5 sport movie choices, where Matt's #1 is sure to spawn a Twitter poll. Download the podcast from your favorite Podcast provider and tell your friends on the pitch.
This week Matt and Chris discuss some of the big Soccer games from the past weekend from the SEC and ACC and they welcome NCAA "Big Deal" Brian Lee to discuss how COVID has impacted 2020/2021 season scheduling as well as memories of coaching the US ODP teams in Costa Rica. They close out the show with the "Power 5", upcoming weekend NCAA matches, and the BBQ recipe of the week. Contact the coaches at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The other podcast mentioned at the end is "The CyBUr Guy Podcast", another DJM podcast production and which provides you information on how to protect yourself from becoming a cybercrime victim.
Welcome to the premier episode of College Soccer Nation, featuring SMU Head Women's Soccer Coach Chris Petrucelli and Mississippi Head Women's Soccer Coach Matt Mott. Chris and Matt discuss the world of NCAA Soccer, as well as some quick set pieces on the Washington Football Team, the NY Yankees and Pizza, as well as what to expect in future College Soccer Nation podcasts.