Episode 60 of EIUPanthers Podcast continues our Class of 2021 Hall of Fame series with Todd Moroney. Moroney was a multiple-time All-Conference selection in both track and cross country running for the Panthers during the mid-1990's. Moroney talks about winning conference titles as a member of both the Mid-Continent Conference and Ohio Valley Conference in the steeplechase in addition to being just one of two EIU cross country runners to make to the NCAA National Championship meet during the Panthers NCAA Division I era.
Episode 59 of EIUPanthers Podcast continues our EIU Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2021 series with the third of our five inductees, former EIU volleyball head coach Betty Ralston. Ralston coached the Panthers for 16 seasons posting seven 20+ win campaigns and coaching numerous All-Conference players including two players of the year. We talk with Ralston about her start in the coaching business, the early days of coaching in NCAA Division I, the conference changes EIU went through during her time and the current state of the game during today's podcast.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Jacksonville State Receivers Coach, Cody Wells. Coach Wells reflects on this past year's football season that was impacted by COVID, discusses last week's thrilling upset victory over Florida State, and gives insight on how to keep a team focused going forward after a big win. Cody Wells enters his sixth season on John Grass' staff after returning in 2016 to take over as the quarterbacks coach. The 2021 season will be his third leading the JSU wide receivers. He has played a large role in helping JSU claim three OVC titles and just six OVC losses in four seasons, extending the Gamecocks' streak of conference titles to an OVC-record five from 2014-18. While leading the receiver room, Wells has coached three All-Conference players and lead a unit that has been consistently at the top of the conference in multiple receiving categories. Wells returned to JSU after spending the 2015 campaign as quarterbacks coach of the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Prior to ULM, Coach Wells assisted with the JSU wide receiver uint that helped propel the Gamecocks to an unprecedented amount of success during his one season in 2014. In that season, the Gamecocks went 10-2, which included a perfect OVC record and fourth OVC title. [1:05] Start of Interview [1:51] Playing football during the Covid season [3:45] Learning from losses [8:55] Live in the moment, play in the now [10:56] 2 minute drill mentality [13:59] Beating FSU on the final play [19:45] Keeping focused after a big win
Everyone's journey in this game is different and this week we get to learn from former 3x All-Conference and mental health advocate, Mary Murray, how she helped her team build an incredible culture and how she was able to navigate the waters of injury, perfectionism, doubt, anxiety and depression that was built in pursuit of her becoming a high-level softball player. These conversations aren't easy, and Mary's vulnerability and honesty in this episode is something just about every one of us who has played this game has endured before. Follow Mary on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/marypatmurray/ Victoria Garrick's Ted Talk - https://youtu.be/Sdk7pLpbIls Learn more about The Hidden Opponent - https://thehiddenopponent.com/ Follow The Hidden Opponent on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thehiddenopponent/ “Home” (with Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors, Bebe Rexha) on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/0OI7AFifLSoGzpb8bdBLLV?si=f592ca74f54b4fa3 Similar episodes of When the Cleats Come Off Dr. Chris Carr - Green Bay Packers Director of Performance Psychology: Building Mental Toughness - https://open.spotify.com/episode/2HNjESlTarC1OwWS3D4P93?si=zuTyYRPqRUWb7gKvB3GgZA&dl_branch=1 Defense wins Championships with TPD Co-Founder and National Champion Morgan Stuart - https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Az3qjM6a5bRugrwL8XvM2?si=aLYEU681Tku7HsYkX6a8pQ&dl_branch=1 Chloe Maleski: The Importance of Mindfulness and Strength Training - https://open.spotify.com/episode/4puWaQDbpLt6LklgjSsv8S?si=_cFHj6ksQtu8mR6RX5z0sQ&dl_branch=1 Am I Too Hard on My Athlete? - https://open.spotify.com/episode/3KL5DcAzyAIdWB7S2YfVFA?si=o8OkSkDhSnGOaAXDqOG_-Q
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring University of San Diego's Offensive Coordinator and Running Backs Coach Tyler Sutton. Coach Sutton highlights his early coaching experience as a graduate assistant, shares advice on how to become an effective coordinator, and explains his philosophy for coaching running backs. Tyler Sutton enters his ninth season as an assistant coach with San Diego in 2021 and his second as the offensive coordinator. Sutton has risen through San Diego's coaching ranks over the last eight seasons after joining the Toreros in 2013 as a volunteer offensive assistant before being promoted to assistant coach for the 2014 season. He started coaching the running backs before taking on the special teams coordinator role in 2018. He also served as the team's recruiting coordinator during his tenure. In his time with USD, Sutton has been a part of six consecutive seasons of nine or more wins, seven conference championships, five FCS Playoffs appearances, and two FCS playoff wins. Prior to coaching in San Diego, Sutton spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, University of Redlands. He served as the Bulldogs' defensive line coach and added special teams coordinator responsibilities for the 2012 season. Sutton began his coaching career at Granite Hills High School in San Diego County. Coach Sutton played football at The University of Redlands where he spent four seasons and received All-Conference honors his senior year. [1:03] Start of Interview [1:57] Personal start into coaching [4:13] Lessons learned working as a graduate assistant [6:10] Interviewing for coaching jobs [7:44] Coaching players that you played with [9:06] Becoming an effective coordinator [11:17] Getting players to "buy in" [12:50] Running Back coaching Philosophy
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest is Keelon Brookins. This was a great interview. Coach Brookins gives great insight into his Life and Football Journey. He also shared some personal information about how his dad has helped his growth as a Coach. Defensive Backs Coach Keelon Brookins enters his third season at UNI as a defensive backs assistant coach in the fall of 2021. Brookins helped coach All-conference DB Omar Brown. Brown and Xavior Williams earned All-Conference honors during the 2019 season and helped UNI finish third in the FCS and first in the MVFC in interceptions. Brookins came to UNI from Central Missouri where he was a graduate assistant, but he is not unfamiliar with the Panthers. He spent the 2017 season as a graduate transfer when he recorded two interceptions and four sacks. He is a native of the Twin Cities. The Life and Football Podcast is available on the following platforms Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast Pocketcasts, Radio Public, Stitcher, Player FM, & YouTube!
Len Rohde played for the San Francisco 49ers from 1960 through 1974. Rohde came to mind the other day and I recalled the interview we did at his home in Los Altos, California back in 2011. We decided to re-air his show as a Best-of-the-Best show, celebrating Journeys of Discovery's 32 nd anniversary producing radio and digital media shows for NPR affiliate KCBX. Rohde, who died in 2017, grew up in Palatine, Illinois. Receiving a scholarship from Utah State University , he played football there as an offensive tackle in the late 1950s and graduated with an MVP and All Conference honors. Rohde was drafted shortly after graduation in 1960 by the San Francisco 49ers, signing a contract for $8,500, along with a $1,500 signing bonus. Rohde, like most of his teammates held offseason jobs. Rohde played for the 49ers for 15 years, hanging up his cleats at the conclusion of the 1974 season. Rohde was selected for the 1970 Pro Bowl game and was named to the SF 49ers' All Time Golden Era Team in
Show Sponsor: CooperVision Dr. Rob Pate was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. A four-year starter in football, basketball, and baseball, and the winner of the Class 5-A Bryant-Jordan Achievement Scholarship, he accepted an athletic scholarship to play football for the Auburn Tigers. As a four-year starter for the Tigers, he was a member of many All-Conference teams, a two-time Academic All-America All-District selection, a four-time SEC Honor Roll recipient, and the Pat Dye Leadership Award winner. He lives in Auburn, Alabama, with his wife of 22 years, Dana, and their five children. Rob practices in Auburn and serves as the Team Eye Doctor along with his partners at Basden Eyecare. Pate was named the 2013 Alabama Young Optometrist of the Year, the 2014 American Optometric Association Young Optometrist of the Year, and the 2015 Young Optometrist of the South. Rob served the Alabama Optometric Association as President in 2018 and currently serves as Trustee for Alabama to the SECO International Board of Trustees. As an Author, he has written two books, The Way of an Athlete (Skyhorse Publishing, 2015 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0140EFE1Q/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0Pate is a columnist at AuburnUndercover.com.) and A Tigers Walk: Memoirs of an Auburn Football Player (Sports Publishing, 2014 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HQLZVV4/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1).
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How will Boeheim's Army handle the height of Always A Brave in The Basketball Tournament? Plus, Syracuse was picked to finish last in the ACC Atlantic and shutout in the preseason All-Conference teams. Did anyone get snubbed and which SU player is the most likely to earn a spot on the list? Also, the guys also unveil their third most important defensive lineman for 2021: Kingsley Jonathan. Tyler Aki and Tim Leonard discuss it all and more on the Wednesday edition of the Locked on Syracuse Podcast. Follow the show on Twitter @LO_Syracuse and follow the guys @Tim_Leonard4 and @TylerAki_. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Land-Grant Holy Land In Conversation, we talk to people in and around Ohio State athletics, and the sporting world at large, to bring you a different insight and perspective to the teams, athletes, and university that you love. On today's episode, Matt is in conversation Brett Ciancia, the man behind one of the best preseason college football magazines available, Pick Six Previews. They discuss how Ohio State's defense has the opportunity to improve in the secondary, selecting C.J. Stroud and TreVeyon Henderson as All-Conference honorees, and how the rest of the Big Ten stacks up. They also discuss Brett's pick of the Buckeyes in the CFP for the third-straight year, his out-of-the-box ACC and SEC champion picks, and OSU national title chances, and much, much more. Connect with Brett Cianci Twitter: @PickSixPreviews Purchase the Magazine: https://picksixpreviews.com/2021-season-preview.html Promo Code: Buckeyes Connect with Matt Tamanini Twitter: @BWWMatt Theme music provided by www.bensound.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Drew Stutts just finished his second season has the head coach of the Lions where he has back-to-back years finishing in the top half of conference after being picked 11 out 12 both years, back-to-back years top 5 in 3s made per game and top 15 in overall 3-pt percentage, the NAIA record for 2020 with 26 3s made in a game, top three in scoring in AMC and Mid-South, 82 ppg, three All-Americans, one Freshman of the Year and six All-Conference players. Overall GPA in year 1 was 3.29 placing eight on All-Academic team, and nine student-athletes on the All-Academic team in year two, which ranked third out of 12 teams in the Mid-South. Stutts has recruited at a high level since coming on as head coach, bringing in two top-50 players in Tennessee for this next recruiting class, as well as the 2020 Mr. Basketball and No. 38 recruit in Tennessee in 2020. He has signed top transfers, including Bryan Battle, who was a Third Team All-American at FHU and is currently playing professionally in Europe. In his first season, Stutts and the Lions won more games than the previous two years combined. They were top five in the nation in 3-pointers made per game (10.89) and second in the AMC in scoring, averaging 82.2 points per game. In the second game of the season against Crowley's Ridge, the Lions knocked down an FHU single-game record 22 3-pointers. The Lions also added two guys to the First-Team All-AMC for the first time since the 2015-16 season in Bryan Battle and Kortland Martin. Freshman Konstantin Dotsenko was named the Freshman of the Year and was also added to the Second-Team All-AMC under Stutts's leadership. Before returning to Freed-Hardeman, Stutts was the head coach at Chester County, where he led the program to a 19-10 record and its first appearance in the Region Semifinals since 2004. The Eagles averaged 73 points-per-game in his one year at the helm, which was in the top 10 in the state of Tennessee for scoring average. Stutts is a native of Florence, Alabama, where he played high school basketball at Mars Hill Bible School. He played collegiately at Northwest Shoals Community College before transferring to the University of North Alabama where he played basketball and earned his degree in Physical Education in 2011. During his playing career, he served as the assistant coach at Mars Hill, where he helped lead the team to a 104-28 overall record and two Final Four appearances. From 2011 to 2014, Stutts was the athletic director and head basketball coach at Corner School in Birmingham, Alabama, followed by being the junior varsity head coach and varsity assistant coach at Hewitt Trussville High School from 2014 to 2017, just before coming to Freed-Hardeman. His wife Amanda is a nursing clinical instructor at Freed-Hardeman, and they have two sons, Roman (6) and Deacon (4), and a daughter, Parker, who was just born this year. @CoachDStutts firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-furtado/support
It was a year of unprecedented success in Arkansas athletics: 10 SEC Championships, a National Title, 10 SEC Coach of the Year awards, Top 10 finishes—the list goes on. Over the next two weeks, we dive into every aspect of this historic athletics year and what made it happen. In today's episode, we celebrate the individual accomplishments of these student-athletes. The Hogs had All-Americans, All-Conference performers, a National Player of the Year—their accomplishments were astounding. We talk to some of the players who found success on the SEC & national level and hear from some of the coaches that helped them along the way. They all break down the camaraderie of athletes on campus and how success breeds success. Want more? Follow The Razorback Daily on social media for video and behind-the-scenes content from every episode. Twitter: @RazorbackDaily Instagram: @RazorbackDaily Facebook: facebook.com/RazorbackDaily
Marc VandeWettering is the Director of Operations for the University of Wisconsin Men's Basketball Team who recently came out as the first openly gay man on a Division I College Basketball staff. He talks about growing up in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, how he got into basketball, and growing up as a huge Wisconsin Badgers fan. Marc describes his great career at Kaukauna High School where he was an All-Conference player and class Valedictorian his decision to attend Wisconsin-Madison rather than play basketball at a lower division college, and why he became a student manager for the basketball team. He then details the hard work student managers do, working for Bo Ryan and Greg Gard, and getting to back-to-back Final Fours in 2014 & 2015. He also talks about the internal struggle of accepting himself as a gay man and whether he belonged in the sport of basketball. Marc discusses his coming out process, the Wisconsin staff accepting him, and Coach Greg Gard calling him back to Wisconsin in 2017 to become the Director of Operations because he was the best person for the job. He describes the work that goes into the Director of Operations, how the article came about, why he decided to write it, and his hope that it helps others feel more comfortable about themselves and realize that there is a spot for them in the sport regardless of sexuality. Marc's Article: https://uwbadgers.com/news/2021/6/24/general-news-baggot-my-words-living-my-truth-by-marc-vandewettering.aspx
On College Recruiting Mindset Podcast; Illinois State Deputy Director of Athletics Leanna Bordner announced Aug. 19, 2013, that Mark Klysner, former head men's and women's tennis coach at Youngstown State, would take over as ISU's head men's tennis coach.Since his arrival, Coach Klysner has coached a Summit League Player of the Year, seven All-Conference honorees, and surpassed 100 career wins, tallying 61 at Illinois State. Prior to Illinois State, Klysner spent the three seasons as Youngstown State's head men's tennis coach, while also serving as the head women's tennis coach for the past two years. During the 2012-13 campaign, both programs combined to win 28 matches, with the women winning 15 and the men earning 13 victories. Klysner guided the women's team to its most dual wins in a season since 1998-99, while the men's 13 victories were the most since 1990-91.________________________________________________________________________________________________________Contact us: https://isportsrecruiting.com/consultation When considering athletics scholarships, you need to examine three primary organizations. The three primary avenues for athletics scholarships are through the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Within these organizations, there are further divisions based on the size of the institution. All of these organizations combine education and athletics to deliver the experience of a lifetime to the committed student-athletes playing and studying under this umbrella.
When Football Is Football is part of the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sports' Yesteryear). EPISODE SUMMARY While we remember Jimmy Conzelman as the coach of the last Cardinals team to grab an NFL championship back in 1947, his career was simply incredible well before that time. Born in 1898, Conzelman graduated from Washington University in Missouri where he was an All-Conference quarterback. He was also a member of the prestigious Great Lakes Naval Training Center football team that captured the Rose Bowl on January 1, 1919, when military teams battled for the Rose Bowl crown during World War I. NFL pioneers George Halas and Paddy Driscoll were also part of that powerful squad...... Read the entire episode blog post and check out some other cool info regarding this https://sportshistorynetwork.com/football/nfl/jimmy-conzelman (episode here). https://www.newspapers.com/freetrial/?xid=2229&duration=semiannual&subtype=extra&ft=true (GET A 7-DAY FREE TRIAL TO NEWSPAPERS.COM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC AND MANY MORE SPORTS HISTORY MOMENTS FROM THE TIMEFRAME OF WHEN THEY OCCURRED.) WHEN FOOTBALL WAS FOOTBALL BACKGROUND Each episode takes the listener back to the very early days of the National Football League. Author Joe Ziemba will share a forgotten or lost story from one of the NFL's two oldest teams: The Bears and the Cardinals. Team championships, individual exploits, or long-buried items of interest from the earliest years of the NFL will be dusted off and resurrected for the listener. Not for the football faint-of-heart since these programs will document when the struggling Bears nearly went out of business or when Cardinals' players earned $15 a game and were proud of it! It's NFL history—with a twist!. See Joe's books below. https://amzn.to/32oYi2n (Cadets, Canons, and Legends: The Football History of Morgan Park Military Academy) https://amzn.to/3eGr8jK (When Football Was Football: The Chicago Cardinals and the Birth of the NFL) Music for the episode - https://www.purple-planet.com/ Support this podcast
Brock Domann, new QB signee at the University of Louisville joins his dad, Pro Mindset host Craig Domann. Brock most recently played JUCO football at Independence Juco a/k/a Last Chance U this spring and led his team to a 5-2 record and was recognized as the 1st team All-Conference and 3rd team All-American. Perseverance is the word that best describes Brock's college football career as he has journeyed playing football from coast-to-coast with a winning record of 16-4 playing against 20 different opponents. Brock shares stories about his journey and his excitement for joining the Louisville Cardinals football program. Brock provides insights into his learnings, challenges, and keys to success. The QB position carries a higher standard of conduct and Brock articulates his perspective about what it takes to be a great QB leader.Brock talks about the importance of a QB's decision-making both on- and off-the-field and the positive or negative impact it makes on the team. He also shares the importance of being a hard worker because teammates typically don't follow a lazy leader. Brock reveals his greatest area of growth during his JUCO time was learning to surrender expectations and potential outcomes and instead focus on his goals and standards. Brock discusses the importance of becoming a man, the head & heart connection, and his faith in God throughout the journey. Finally, Craig and Brock discuss his approach to this opportunity at the University of Louisville and his performance secret for playing QB in college, “Create a flow state of being instinctive instead of being a thinker in games. You can create that instinctive flow state with due diligence and preparation during game week.”We look forward to watching Brock embrace and tackle this new opportunity and continuing to apply and grow his Pro Mindset®. #GoCards!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest is D'Jordan Strong. D'Jordan Strong is currently Defensive Back Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. This was a great interview that gives amazing insight into the Life and Football of a big time athlete! Strong understands alignment and anticipate what route a wide receiver is going to run before the ball is snapped. He enjoys watching film, he is a student of the game, he always realize the down and distance and know the personnel. A 2020 Phil Steele Sun Belt Conference. All-Conference first team pickTabbed the 2020. Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year. Earned a spot on the 2020 All-Sun Belt first team. Played in and started all 12 games in the defensive backfield for the Chants. Ranked second in the Sun Belt and third nationally with five interceptions on the season.
Episode 38 of the podcast welcomes Bob Chesney, the head football coach at the College of the Holy Cross. Chesney began his head coaching career at Salve Regina University in 2010. In his first year he led Salve Regina to a 6-4 record, snapping a streak of 8-straight losing seasons.In 2013 Chesney was named head coach at Assumption College and in 2015 he led the Greyhounds to an 11-2 record. Chesney was named the Northeast-10 Coach of the Year, the New England Football Writers Coach of the Year, and the Hero Sports Division II National Coach of the Year.In 2018, Chesney was named head coach at Holy Cross, where he enters his 4th season this fall. In 2019 Chesney led Holy Cross to the school's first Patriot League championship in 10 years and the third NCAA FCS berth in program history. Chesney was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year after posting a 5-1 record in conference play to tie the school single-season record for Patriot League victories. Under Chesney's guidance, Holy Cross has won back-to-back Patriot League Championships and produced 35 All-Conference selections.
The stress of falling in line with family's expectations mixed with the struggle of mental health, AND topped with the uncertainty on what to even do in life, as one transitions into adulthood, is all really heavy to deal with. How can I soak up my 20's with all this weight on my shoulders? Do I have to do this all alone? Is it all even worth it?From hating school and only gaining 30 credits in a span of 5 years of college and 5 colleges, to eventually being recognized as an All-Conference and MVP, graduating summa cum laude, being awarded the entrepreneurship student of the year and being a recipient of the President's award. Ethan Fisher's journey has been nothing near easy. As a child, he always felt pushed to fall in line with the expectation of graduating high school, going to college, getting a degree, starting a 9-5 and living the white picket fence life. This expectation never fully aligned with his journey and the pressure caused him years of substance abuse. After a life changing event under the influence, Ethan quickly decided to make a change and use his story to impact individuals' lives. On this episode of Success is Subjective, Ethan joins Joanna to share his story of adversity and the lessons that have come out of his many challenges. Going from a prison inmate to a keynote speaker, Ethan has become a huge inspiration for over 100,000 young adults. Listen in for insight on Ethan's motivating life experience on how he has managed to take a hold of his life and pursue his dreams full heartedly, leading struggling individuals to a life where they can thrive, no matter where they may find themselves. What You Will LearnThe pressure Ethan felt during his childhoodEthan's view on school and how that impacted him over the yearsThe journey of receiving a matter of 30 credits in a 5 year spanThe life event that changed Ethan's life foreverEthan's view on college nowThe many accomplishments Ethan persevered to achieve in a matter of only 5 years When Ethan knew being a keynote speaker was his life missionThe importance of discussing tough topicsEthan's personal experience with mental healthThe importance of always working for moreHow much the simple act of asking for help has helped Ethan tremendouslyConnect with Ethan FisherLife CONsequences Non Profit OrganizationEthan-fisher.comEthan Fisher on InstagramEthan Fisher on Twitter Ethan Fisher on YoutubeEthan Fisher on LinkedIn Connect with Joanna Lilley Lilley ConsultingLilley Consulting on Instagram Lilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: www.ParentTrainers.comEmail email@example.com
Alton Voss is on a mission to prevent young people from making the same mistakes he made by sharing his story. As a 3 Star recruit from Gulf High School, with dreams of playing in the NFL, he earned a full-ride to play football at the University of South Florida. He threw it all away by choosing alcohol and drugs as a way of dealing with issues of anxiety, depression, failure and unmet expectations. Given a second chance at life, he played four years at Grand Valley State University earning All-Conference honors and the McAvoy Character Award, while graduating with a degree in Communications. He played professional football overseas in the German Football League for the Potsdam Royals. Alton has been featured on The 700 Club, Jim Rome Show, and Sport Illustrated. He speaks from experience and wants to share his message of success, failure, redemption, and second chances because he cares and believes that by sharing his story, he can positively impact the lives of those who hear it.
Brent grew up in Indiana where he participated in high school basketball all four years, leading West Lafayette Harrison High to the Sweet Sixteen in 1997, back when every school in the state played one state championship. Inducted into the high school hall of fame in 2014- being the only player in the high schools' history to be in the top 10 for points, rebounds, assists, and steals. He went on to play collegiate basketball at DII St. Josephs College in Indiana. There he made All-Freshman Honors and continued his success in becoming All-Conference player Junior and Senior year while also being named a DII All-American. After college, he continued his love of basketball and teaching in Indiana before moving to Chicago to further grow his basketball circle. Here he began as Director of Player Development at Illinois Spotlite and helped coach with Larry Butler and the famous Illinois Warriors. After, he joined Full Package Athletics as Director of Player Development, where he met Billy Welcome. He has worked with players in all levels-elementary, high school, college, and professional. As the Director of ALL IN Chicago, Brent will be responsible for the oversight of training programs, leagues, and travel teams for the ALL IN Chicago program. He will be focusing on building the programs and player development for the city of Chicago.
The week's Mocs on the Mic podcast, presented by SmartBank, takes a look back on the softball program's outstanding spring campaign. The Mocs finished third and earned a spot in the modified Southern Conference Tournament. Hayleigh Weissenbach was named to the SoCon All-Conference First Team, Emily Coltharp earned a spot on the Second Team and Courtney Ball was selected to the All-Freshman Team. Senior Hayleigh Weissenbach added to her trophy case with her second All-Conference selection. She and host Chris Goforth take a look back the season and her favorite moments. Freshman Liz Rodenbaugh talks about her route to Chattanooga and her experience in her first season as a member of the Mocs softball team amid a global pandemic and what she hopes for the future. Head coach Frank Reed takes a look back at the team's improvement from the start to the end of the season and the three departing seniors. All episodes of Mocs on the Mic can be found on most Podcasting services, including Spotify, Apple and GoMocs.com/Podcasts. Be sure to rate the podcast and leave a review to help us spread the word about Mocs on the Mic.
Coach Welch enters his 4th year as the Head Coach of the Yuba WBB team. In his third year, Coach Welch delivered the first-ever Conference Championship in Yuba's history. He was also instrumental in developing the first-ever Conference MVP and the only Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year in the school's history. Coach Welch has produced seven All-Conference players and the first California State Female Athlete of the Month (Jan. 2020). Coach Welch was named Conference Coach of the Year for the 2019/2020 season in leading Yuba to their Conference crown. Coach Welch grew up playing basketball in Upstate New York and it was that passion that led him to participate and coach basketball for the past twenty-five years. After graduating college with an AAS degree and relocating to Oakland California, Coach Welch played one season at Cal State Hayward before joining the Alameda Pro-Am Basketball Tour. While playing on the Pro-Am Tour, Coach Welch had two unsuccessful attempts in trying out for the Golden State Warriors basketball team. After those two attempts, his playing days concluded and he was hired by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department as a Deputy Sheriff. While working at the Sheriff's Department, Coach Welch became the Assistant Coach for the Head Royce Boys Basketball Team for two seasons. After transferring to the Pittsburg Police Department as a Police Officer, Coach Welch continued to coach with the Los Medanos College Men's Basketball Team. God truly has ordered his steps and those steps led him to our conversation on the podcast. Tap in as we discuss Faith, Sports and Servant Leadership. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Wednesday, May 12, 2021 Wednesday's episode began with Jake Hatch addressing a question posed to him by a family member about the facility upgrades for the BYU football program, both at LaVell Edwards Stadium as well as the locker room at the Student Athlete Building and why now, of all times, is when they're doing them Attention then turned to the historical record as our 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown rolled into 1939 and an overachieving BYU Cougar squad led by Eddie Kimball surprised onlookers with a middle of the conference finish with four All-Conference athletes despite having a relatively youthful squad overall Finally, the podcast wrapped up with updates on the transfer portal for BYU basketball with two athletes listing the Cougars among their finalists, former Cougar Elijah Bryant getting his shot in the NBA finally and former BYU defensive lineman Darius McFarland landing at Utah State after leaving the Cougars Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Friday, May 7, 2021 A Monday started in Florham Park, New Jersey as Zach Wilson spoke to the media over the weekend about his initial NFL experience as part of the New York Jets rookie minicamp. Wilson explains why he's wearing the number #2, if he's focused on being QB1 and what he makes of the similarities between BYU and the Jets Attention then turned to 1937 in our 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown as Eddie Kimball's debut as the head coach of the Cougars couldn't have gone much better with multiple All-Conference performers leading the Cougars to a second place finish in the Rocky Mountain Conference for the second time ever Finally, the podcast wrapped up with the other BYU sports news Cougar fans need to know about, including a disappointing loss for men's volleyball in the national championship, softball winning another conference title and three former BYU football players hoping to revive their playing careers in The Spring League, among other notes Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that if the United States were broken up into Rhode Island size chunks, there'd be more than 4,000 states in our union. Alaska, the largest state by area, would hold more than 400 Rhode Islands all by itself. Now, for our feature story: If you've ever watched one of those Lifespan commercials — the ones featuring regular folks doing regular things accompanied by music that tugs at your heartstrings — and felt a little catch in your throat or tear in your eye, then Dan Riordan and Dana Saint have accomplished their mission. Riordan and Saint, who first met when they were kids attending Chariho Middle School, are partners in the Westerly-based video production company called Gnarly Bay. Their mission, they say in one of the videos they created about the company, is to "make work that inspires and connects ... work that emotes ... maybe through laughter or nostalgia, kindness or love." The pair have been making videos for more than 20 years now and have created not only the compelling Lifespan commercials but wedding videos, passion projects, promotional videos and spots for a number of national clients, including L.L. Bean. One of their videos— a "Rambo"-inspired film about a bachelor party — drew roughly 10 million viewers. "We've been lucky to do what we love," Riordan said one afternoon last week as he and a few members of the Gnarly Bay team sat in their new home inside the historic Industrial Trust Building on High Street. The childhood friends, who started the company in 1999, moved the business recently from the basement of the Brown Building next door to the wide-open, expansive Industrial Trust Building that once served as headquarters for the Westerly Land Trust. "We're moving up," Saint said with a laugh. Or, as they say in another company video, they moved "about a hundred feet away ... to an ancient cathedral of a bank right next door with towering ceilings, inspiring old-school architecture and all the steel vaults a small video production company could ever need to store their 500 terabytes of hopes and dreams." There had been talk of renting space in the United Theatre, Riordan said. They've worked with the team at the United on a number of projects already — such as the annual Time and Tides Film Festival — and will continue to do so. But, with a growing staff — there are 11 staffers, nine in Westerly and two on the West Coast — and a need for more space for editing, meetings and planning, the Industrial Trust Building seemed a better fit. The building is officially still owned by the land trust under a loan agreement from the Royce Family Fund. The fund's executive director, Daniel King of Westerly, said he's looking forward to more collaborations and partnerships with Gnarly Bay. King said: "We have the ultimate respect for their boundless talent and creativity and marvel at their unbridled passion for life." That unbridled passion actually began with horror movies, Riordan and Saint recalled as they laughed and told stories of the early days of their partnership. Riordan's mom, Sharon Riordan, a retired teacher who taught fourth grade at the Ashaway School for 33 years, remembers those early days well. "We had a JVC video camera with a huge battery pack that they commandeered," she said in an email. "They fell in love with creating videos. "They were both so talented and artistic," she added. "It quickly became their passion, and Gnarly Bay blossomed into the profession they love. Gnarly Bay has changed quite a bit over the years, a narrator says in a video about the move to the bank building. "New faces, new clients, operating systems, software, hardware and workflows," the narrator says, "through weddings, growing families, purchased homes, rising decibels of construction noise ... and even a pandemic. We are finally moving out of the basement." To read the latest on this story and more on what Rhode Island is doing to handle the Coronavirus, head over to westerleysun.com. And if you're eligible to get a Coronavirus vaccine, we encourage you to schedule an appointment to help our state get back on track. Are you interested in a new opportunity? You're in luck! Today's Job posting comes from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston. They're looking for a full-time fiscal clerk. Bookkeeping experience is preferred. Pay starts at $21.00 per hour. If you're interested and think you'd be a good fit for the role you can apply using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/l-Westerly,-RI-jobs.html?vjk=c833267992db5c1a Today we're remembering the life of Ernesto Mendonca, Jr., 64, of N. Main Street in Stonington. Born in Sao Miguel, Portugal, he was the son of the late Ernesto, Sr. and Ines Mendonca. Ernesto worked as a carpenter for Electric Boat in Groton for 45 years. He was a graduate of Stonington High School Class of '75 where he excelled in basketball and soccer, achieving All-Conference in both. He also played baseball as a senior. Ernesto was a faithful communicant of St. Mary's Church. He is survived by five siblings, as well as many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews, and a great-great-nephew. Ernesto was predeceased by his sister Angelina M. Mansfield. Thank you for taking the time today to remember and celebrate Ernesto's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Tony Caljean. Tony Caljean is currently a Quality Control Coach for the University of Akron. This was a great interview and Coach Caljean is destined for greatness. Caljean started his first season at F&M in 2013 coaching the Diplomats' linebackers. A native of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, Caljean played outside linebacker at Lafayette College and was a part of the 2006 Patriot League Championship squad and a member of the 2007 team that led all of Division I-FCS in total defense. He graduated in 2010 from Lafayette with a Bachelor's of Arts in Government and Law. Caljean went to F&M after serving as a graduate assistant for Bethel University in McKenzie, Tenn. While there he coached the running backs for the ninth-ranked Wildcats, who won the Mid-South Conference. Caljean helped coordinate the seventh-best rushing offense in all of NAIA and mentored All-Conference running back, Cordarius Mann (who finished second all-time in rushing yards in school history) and Conference Freshman Offensive Player of the Year, Raquis Hale. Caljean also served as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Prior to Bethel, he spent two years at Bernards High School in Bernardsville, New Jersey as Defensive and Special Teams Coordinator, as well as Strength and Conditioning Coach. While coaching at Bernards, the program won the 2011 Mid-State 39 Conference Championship, and the defense was ranked the top defense in the conference.
Before his 4-year NFL career, Rashaad Reynolds was OSU's team captain in 2013, a two-time All-Conference player, leading the Pac-12 with 6 interceptions his senior year. He also set a record at Oregon State with 2 fumble recoveries for TDs in one game: the 2013 victory over Boise State in the Hawaii Bowl. He now works in marketing and lives in Arizona with his wife & two kids. -- This will be the last Beaver Tales episode for a while- coming next week, Dynasty in the Woods! The Beaver Baseball documentary will premiere on April 28, with a new episode coming out each week. To get early access to all 18 episodes right away, sign up here: https://beavertalespodcast.supercast.tech/
The College Volleyball Weekly Crew drops in to chat about the top matches of Week 13 with some conferences tournaments commencing, All-Conference honors and Conference Coaches of the Year. They guys also chat about some of the top performers of Week 13 and what we can expect to see in Week 14 with the NCAA Men's D1-2 Volleyball Championships in view. Available where ever you get your podcasts!
WKU Volleyball junior middle hitter Katie Isenbarger discusses the Hilltoppers' most recent Conference USA Tournament Championship, heading to the NCAA Tournament Bubble, being a dual-sport student-athlete (and All-Conference in both) on The Hill with WKU Volleyball and Track & Field, what makes the program so special, and even shares a challenge for Hilltopper Nation!
Lincoln, Neb. - The Nebraska men's gymnastics team finishes second at the Big Ten Championship, their best finish since joining the conference. The night is highlighted by three second-team All-Conference selections.
3x All-Conference linebacker and 2022 NFL Draft prospect Nick Stalworth from Siena Heights University joins the show to talk about his football journey, including his early years, high school career, college career and more! We also dive into his pro aspirations, who he models his game after, if he sees a fit between the Ravens and himself Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Head WBB Coach at Carroll College in Helena, Montana Rachelle Sayers joins the pod! We talk about her playing days at D1 Weber State where she was a multiple time All-Conference performer. We also talk about her time as an assistant and an associate HC at the D1 Level. Finally we take a deep dive into her time at Carroll college and talk a little march madness. Thank you for tuning in!
"One of the most important things in inspiring other brown-skinned girls to run or achieve whatever they want, is to do it myself. I get motivation every day in my training from [knowing] the kind of role model I can possibly be.” – Nell Rojas “New Mexico is a great running community… we all spoke the same language– a running language. No matter what, that was the bond that we had with each other.”- Ric Rojas Ric and Nell Rojas are a dynamic father-daughter duo in running. Between the two of them, they've set numerous records and boasted several big wins from the mile to the marathon distance. Together, they utilize their experience and unique philosophy to coach a variety of athletes (runners, throwers, jumpers, etc.) in the Boulder, Colorado area. In this conversation, Ric and Nell reflect on their biggest career wins, give some coaching advice, and discuss how their community/family has shaped their running. Ric Rojas originally hails from Los Alamos, NM. In high school, he became a legend when he won four New Mexico high school state titles, as well as setting the prep mile record of 4:12.60 back in 1970. Ric went on to graduate from Harvard University and compete professionally against formidable opponents like Frank Shorter and Bill Rodgers. He competed in two U.S. Olympic Trials (in the 10,000-meter Run) and won several major road races, including the inaugural BolderBoulder 10k in 1979. He also set the 15K World Record in 1981 with a time of 43:12. As a master's runner, Ric has won three USATF Age-Group National 5000-meter Track Championships. Nell Rojas grew up in Boulder, Colorado. She is a triathlete turned marathoner, finishing 9th at the 2020 Marathon Olympic Trials in what was only her third marathon ever and winning Grandma's Marathon in 2019 with a personal best of 2:28:06. Nell ran Division I Track and Cross-Country for The University of Northern Arizona (NAU) where she was a 3-time Big Sky Steeplechase Champion, 5k Big Sky Champion, and All-Conference in Cross-Country. Currently, Nell is a passionate coach and athlete, who takes a very holistic and well-rounded approach to helping others achieve their goals. My heart goes out to the Boulder, CO community this week. If you would like to support or donate to the families of the victims of the recent tragedy at King Soopers in Boulder, please see the links below. Families of Boulder Tragedy Victims GoFundMe Page– donate directly to families of the victims through a verified crowdsource funding channel. Colorado Healing Fund– 501©3 non-profit that distributes funds to the organizations and people working on the ground to help and support community members impacted. In this Episode: BOLDERBoulder10k Nell Rojas BOLDERBoulder10k 2019 Finish “Nell Rojas uses dad's coaching to prepare for U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon” by Michael Sandrock,com, February 16, 2020. “Daughter Wins Bolder Boulder 40 Years After Her Dad Won the Inaugural Race,” by Andrew Dawson, com, May 29, 2019. Follow Ric and Nell Rojas: Nell's Instagram: @nell_rojas_running Nell's Twitter: @nellrojas Rojas Running Instagram: @ricrojasrunningtrack Rojas Running Website: https://rojasrunning.com/ Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.
Bats Left Throws Right hosts former Independent Frontier League pitcher Jason Immekus. An All-Conference player in college at Washburn University, Jason took the mound for the Richmond Roosters and Kalamazoo Kings during his professional career. Now a member of the Crowder College Baseball coaching staff, he has also worked in numerous collegiate leagues including The Coastal Plain League, The Northwoods League, and the Mink League. Tune in for more on Jason's passion for the game of baseball. Hosted by Jack Aylmer, with co-hosts Sal and Peter LoDuca.
FTGOTG S2, E7 | Episode 7 demonstrates why the game of football and the coaching profession are a perfect marriage. Our conversation with Coaches Art Kehoe and Mark Evans is not just about University of Miami football. It's a celebration of the memories and respect two colleagues (former coach and player) can build and maintain!Coach Art Kehoe played as a 2-year letterman and Captain at the University of Miami. He began his coaching career as a Student Assistant for the Canes in 1981, while finishing up his degree. Art spent the next 20+ years working his way up through the staff at Miami, culminating with being the Assistant Head Coach & OL Coach from 2002 - 2005. He's had the honor and privilege of coaching All-Conference honorees, All-Americans, as well as Outland and Remington Trophy award winners...not to mention the 20+ players he coached and mentored on their way to playing in the NFL. Coach Kehoe was on the staff for all five of Miami's National Championships and he was appropriately enshrined in the UM Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002!Coach Mark Evans is a School Counselor and the current Head Football Coach at Manheim Township HS in Lebanon, PA. With 23+ years as a Counselor and High School Head Coach, he has accumulated a tremendous track record of success both on and off the field. The students and athletes who join Mark's "huddle" benefit from his experience, calm demeanor, as well as his confident, caring approach. Coach Evans' start in football was anything but typical, having played only his Senior year in High School. After graduating, he ventured to Scottsdale Community College in Arizona to hone his skills and seek opportunities. Mark's hard work and relative improvement garnered multiple D-1 offers, but he chose to join "The U" to pursue his college career. His friendship with Coach Kehoe began in Arizona during a recruiting visit and (as they say)...the rest is history!Regardless of how long they go between conversations, these two maintain a strong bond of respect for one another. Their relationship is emblematic of the trust and loyalty that is possible in the great game of football...two competitors learning and growing together, each changing the game...and the world in his own unique way!Intro music "Next Level" used under license by Composer Rujay Torres.
Over his first seven seasons at the helm Davis has guided the Panthers to more wins than any other coach in program history. He has guided 13 players to All-Conference honors during his time at Neosho County. His team also continues to excel in the classroom as they have achieved a 3.0 or better each year and 26 players have been named to the NJCAA Academic All-American teams. Coach Davis' program seeks to build on players' core values each and every year. Davis believes in The Neosho Way which revolves around three Core Values: Serve, Honor, and Compete. The Neosho Way: -Serve A commitment to serving Others before Ourselves. -Honor: A commitment to doing everything with unconditional love for others. -Compete A commitment to getting 1% better, in the classroom, on the court, and in our dreams of everyday life. -Now: A commitment to living in the now. Coach J.J. Davis speaks with Coach Chelsea about Servant Leadership and how God has truly been a keep in his life. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support
With a Nose for Football, Pat Angerer made play after play on his way to being named All-Conference & All-American. Another Hawkeye product out of the same Bettendorf High School that produced Hawk Legend Tavoan Banks, this gifted defensive Ball Hawk managed to always be present. His 2009 season performance still puts him amongst the top 5 all-time single season tacklers with 145.... Ladies & Gentlemen ............ Patrick Aaron Angerer
TJ and Chris recap the past week inside the MVC and OVC, while also looking ahead to the slate of games for this week inside the two conferences. UT Martin assistant basketball coach Zach Carpenter joins the show to talk Skyhawk basketball and the OVC. At the end the show, TJ and Chris breakdown their All Conference 1st Team. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod Subscribe to the podcast: Apple, Google, & Soundcloud
TJ and Chris recap the past week inside the MVC and OVC, while also looking ahead to the slate of games for this week inside the two conferences. UT Martin assistant basketball coach Zach Carpenter joins the show to talk Skyhawk basketball and the OVC. At the end the show, TJ and Chris breakdown their All Conference 1st Team. Follow the podcast on Twitter: @viewvalleyspod Subscribe to the podcast: Apple, Google, & Soundcloud
Chelsea Newton is an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the University of Georgia's women's basketball program. She has coached an impressive list of 14 WNBA players and 17 All-Conference selections in just 12 seasons of college basketball coaching. Prior to coaching, Chelsea was a standout player with the University of Rutgers under legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer. After college, she was a second round selection in 2005 WNBA Draft to the Sacramento Monarchs, where she helped her team to a WNBA World Championship that same season. After her pro career as a player, she moved to coaching and returned to Rutgers as an assistant coach before coming to Georgia in 2015. Today on the podcast, Chelsea shares the pivot she's had to make in recruiting during the pandemic, the importance of counseling, how her faith guides her, playing and learning from coach C. Vivian Stringer and the traits that make a great coach. --- If you enjoyed this podcast with Chelsea, we know you'll love these conversations as well: Cori Close - UCLA Women's College Basketball Coach Carly Thibault-DuDonis – Minnesota Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
Coach Jazz, Cass Tech's women's track and field coach and University of Detroit Legend stopped by the couch to push the culture of women's track and field and chop it up it with the boyz . Coach Jazz is a former NCAA Division 1 Collegiate Track & Field Athlete @ The University of Detroit Mercy (2011-2015) where she was All Conference in the 4x100 meter, 4x400 meter, 400MH (outdoor), 400 (Indoor) Distance Medley Relay (indoor). Horizon League Conference Runner Up in the 400MH, Horizon League Champions 4X400m indoor/outdoor, Distance Medley Relay (indoor). She also broke a 20+ year old 400mh record and is currently the UDM Record Holder of the 400MH, Rookie of the Year-2012, Coaches Award-2013, 2x MVP - 2013, 2014. She was recently received UDM's All-Decade honors. www.ouijuice.com Natural, Organic, Cold Pressed Juice shipped directly to you!Use Code for $10 dollars off of your order : CBZ10
The WisSports.net Podcast for January 27th, 2021. WSN General Manager Travis Wilson is joined by former Catholic Memorial boys basketball standout T.J. Bray, the 2010 Mr. Basketball, to talk about his journey in basketball, his time at CMH, his All-Conference career at Princeton, and his overseas hoops journey since then.
After 16 years UC Irvine Assistant Coach Mark Presho is retiring from NCAA Men's Volleyball. In those years UCI has become known as a volleyball powerhouse with 4 National Championships, 24 All-Americans, 35 and All-Conference honorees-- all under Coach Presho's watch. In this episode, "Presh" discusses his reason for retiring now, the impacts he has had on the UCI program and his ability to do well in a significantly lesser amount of time from a traditional assistant. Even after a head coaching change in 2012, he stayed on board to add the 4th National Championship in 2013. To close out the episode we look at some of his memorable players, what others who know "Presh" have said on social media and a mashup of former coaching staff members' well wishes and/or memories with Presh.
Trey and Cory Morrissey got to know each other during the Paul Rhoads era, which had its ups and its downs. Morrissey, an All-Conference selection in 2014, sheds insight into the foundation Rhoads built, how Matt Campbell amplified it with his excellent culture and staff, and breaks down one of the best games of championship weekend. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Cory Morrissey Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Leave it to the Big Ten to screw things up. With the Iowa Hawkeyes not moving a single spot after a win over Wisconsin, Iowa is almost certainly not going to an NY6 bowl game. We discuss that plus the All-Conference selections why one player, in particular, got absolutely snubbed. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BuiltGo Visit BuiltGO.com and use promo code “LOCKED,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer discuss the latest highlights from the past week of St. Cloud State men's and women's hockey. They also mention changes to the SCSU basketball season. The focus changes to the Minnesota State High School League and its updates from last week as well as discussing All-District and All-Conference teams for prep football and volleyball. 2:22 - SCSU men's hockey 15:20 - SCSU women's hockey 18:45 - SCSU basketball 22:10 - MSHSL updates 31:45 - All-District football 35:40 - All-Conference volleyball See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The government has been caught doing some really absurd things to the benefit of Michael Flynn, including sneaking in post-it notes and lying on Brady material. Andrew's got the full breakdown for us. After that, we talk about Trump losing again in court in Trump v. Vance! Links: Access for All Conference, code: openargs, Whitmer kidnapping complaint, Goelman and gov lying on notes, more lying on McCabe, sticky notes, lying on Brady material, exhibit, yes tweets are official, DC cir en banc ruling, Trump v. Vance 2nd cir, Mazar's briefing schedule, US v R Enterprises.
In this episode, Coach P interviews Eric Bond, Host of "The Competitors Mentality" Podcast. Eric has over 10 years of corporate leadership and talent acquisition experience. The last 7 of those years were spent as Director of Recruiting at MassMutual NewYork State. He is also a former JUCO/NCAA student-athlete. He captained Erie Community College to two regional playoffs while earning All-Regional and All-Conference honors as a Center Midfielder. Eric then transferred to Buffalo State to continue his collegiate career where he also served as a team captain. Following his growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, Eric created "The Competitor’s Mentality" brand. TCM is a brand designed to encourage people to adopt a competitor’s mindset in their day to day lives helping them accomplish their goals. Grab your pen and pad, take notes, and be ready to add the competitor's mentality to your own life! You can contact and follow Eric at the links below: The Competitors Mentality Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-competitors-mentality-podcast/id1508883525 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/competitorsmentality/ Linkedln: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ebond7/ *** If you enjoy Coach P's Perspective Podcast, please consider doing a few things: Subscribe and then give it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcast. Write an awesome review of what you love about the show. Please share the episode on your social media pages. Thank You and much love! *** Be sure to connect with Coach P on Social Media for more inspirational messages: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachchadparks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachchadparks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachchadparks *** Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Please e-mail Coach Chad Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org *** Intro music by Gerald Gray, aka Twish Foaves. You can follow Twish Foaves at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twishfoaves/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristStillLives Music: https://www.reverbnation.com/twishfoaves https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ihETkx53RJujUl0nXg3gh?si=fgst7mo0TVyHZdETIoTk4g *** Check out the Lane Frost Brand at: https://lanefrost.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lanefrostbrand/ https://www.facebook.com/lanefrost89/ *** Want to be a high-performance athlete/human being? Start with your nutrition! See my favorite nutrition products below: https://shop.teamxnd.com/coachchadparks/Home