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NEW YORK – This Week In The BIG EAST Radio Show, distributed by Westwood One, returns for 2022, its eighth season as the official podcast of BIG EAST basketball. The second episode of the season welcomes Creighton senior forward Ryan Hawkins, Marquette head coach Shaka Smart and college basketball columnist and statistician Ken Polmeroy.For the second consecutive week, the BIG EAST Spotlight is on the transfer portal, as TWITBE welcomed Creighton forward Ryan Hawkins who has made the transition from Northwest Missouri State and Division II basketball over to the Bluejays. An All-American in Maryville, Mo., Hawkins has been a key contributor to Creighton's 10-4 (2-1 BE) start, leading the team in both points (13.4) and rebounds (7.4) per game with 14 starts.The BIG EAST Focus shines on Marquette head coach Shaka Smart. After successful runs at Virginia Commonwealth and Texas, he found the chance to return to his home state of Wisconsin and has quickly made an impact on both ends of the court for the Golden Eagles. After three consecutive close losses to open BIG EAST play, Marquette has reeled off three straight victories over Providence (88-56), Georgetown (92-64) and DePaul (87-76).College basketball columnist and statistician Ken Pomeroy gives a view on the national perspective. If you fancy yourself as a college basketball hoop-ologist, chances are you have heard of “Kenpom.” The website includes a ratings system, statistics on every Division I college basketball team and a blog, along with referee ratings. Kenpom ratings are mentioned in nearly every national conversation on the best teams in the country. Ken Pomeroy joins the show to discuss the formula for his ratings system.The episode's “Who's Hot” segment features the return of “Blast from the Past” reliving the greatest moments of 40 years at Madison Square Garden. This week, hear sights and sounds from the 2011 BIG EAST Tournament where Kemba Walker helped the UConn Huskies earn 11 straight victories all the way to a National Championship.The returning hosts for This Week In The BIG EAST (#TWITBE) are John Rooke, a longtime BIG EAST play-by-play voice, and Kevin McNamara, BIG EAST radio host, columnist and author. Rooke and McNamara give a comprehensive look at the teams, coaches, players and storied tradition of the top basketball conference in America in each episode.To join the conversation and send questions to Rooke (@JRbroadcaster) and McNamara (@KevinMcNamara33), use #TWITBE on Twitter. Fans may submit questions to be featured on the show. Please subscribe, rate and review to keep #TWITBE top of the podcast charts. The show will air on Saturday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m. ET on Sirius 138, XM 201 and Online 964, leading into the Xavier broadcast of Creighton @ Xavier.
Jim Miller goes On The MatJim Miller won 10 NCAA Division III titles as the head coach at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Jim is in studio on Episode 639 of On The Mat. Miller is now the Director of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame's Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. Coach Miller talks about the time when the Division II, Division III and NAIA teams got invites to compete at the National Duals. Now we have the NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals with all divisions and Miller opens up with his experiences coaching one of the top wrestling programs in the country as well as his path to success and his knack for winning. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of Trackwrestling.com from FloSports. Subscribe to On The Mat and listen anytimeApple Podcasts | Stitcher Radio | Spreaker | Spotify | iHeartRadio | Google Podcasts | RSS SUPPORT THE SHOW And if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, become a TEAM MEMBER today. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of team membership. If you like wrestling content — scratch that — if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a team member. You'll get some cool stuff too. Looking to start a podcast of your own?Get a free month with Libsyn by using the promo code MTO when you sign up. You'll get the remainder of the month from when you sign up as well as the next month free. It'll be enough time to kick the tires and lights some fires.
Jim Miller goes On The Mat Jim Miller won 10 NCAA Division III titles as the head coach at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Jim is in studio on Episode 639 of On The Mat. Miller is now the Director of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame's Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. Coach Miller talks about the time when the Division II, Division III and NAIA teams got invites to compete at the National Duals. Now we have the NWCA Multi-Divisional National Duals with all divisions and Miller opens up with his experiences coaching one of the top wrestling programs in the country as well as his path to success and his knack for winning. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of Trackwrestling.com from FloSports.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Ouachita Baptist Head Coach, Todd Knight. Coach Knight takes us on a deep dive into his program philosophy, highlights the importance of making practice count, and shares his personal relationship working with the AFCA. After 21 seasons - and 22 years - as head coach at Ouachita, Todd Knight is the longest-standing college head football coach in Arkansas. Knight has established Ouachita as an elite program among all Division II institutions. A proven leader, he guides the Ouachita football program with integrity and passion. In the 2019 season, Coach Knight took the Tigers to the Division II playoffs after leading them to an undefeated regular season at 11-0. The 2019 season was Ouachita's third undefeated regular season and the third straight GAC Championship. The Tigers hosted a DII playoff game for the third time since 2014. In the conference's inaugural 2011 campaign, Knight led the Tigers to the Great American Conference championship, Ouachita's first conference title in over 25 years. The Tigers claimed the conference crown again in 2014, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Knight was named GAC Coach of the Year in all five championship seasons. He was also named Region three Coach of the year in 2014, 2018 and 2019. Knight boasts five Great American Conference Championships and 132 All-Great American Conference players in just nine years. The Ouachita football program is the only college football program in the state of Arkansas with twelve consecutive winning seasons, cracking the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Top 25 in ten of those twelve seasons. Prior to Ouachita Baptist, Knight spent time at Delta State and UTEP. Knight was named to the AFCA Board of Trustees following the conclusion of the 2012 football season, adding to his list of accolades. He has also served on the NCAA Rules Committee. [4:25] Start of podcast [5:43] Team philosophy [12:23] Living out the program standard [15:44] On-field philosophy [21:57] Making practice count [25:54] Start of Q&A [26:17] Working with the AFCA [28:02] The impact of coaches [31:33] Importance of special teams
JD and Blake discuss the NFL MVP race with NFL analytics expert Ben Baldwin, get into game management from coaches, and why the analytics community is in favour of the L.A. Chargers. Gold medalist Stephanie Labbé chats her success this year, the NWSL's plan to bring a Division II league to Canada, and the growth of Canadian soccer in 2021.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
THIS EPISODE Trash Pandas pitcher Kolten Ingram joins Josh to talk about his climb from 37th Round pick to ascend the Minor League ranks, finishing the 2021 season with the Trash Pandas, joining the Angels from the Tigers, Division II baseball, experiencing the Rocket City Christmas Light Show, and much more! ABOUT THE HOST Josh Caray's baseball roots stretch from Atlanta to St. Louis to Chicago to Cooperstown. The grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray, son of the legendary Skip Caray, and half-brother Chip Caray is the TV voice of the Atlanta Braves, Josh is the Play-by-Play voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. TRASH PANDAS PODCAST NETWORK Join the personalities of the Rocket City Trash Pandas as they tell the stories from Baseball's most meteoric franchise. Play-by-Play Broadcaster Josh Caray presents conversations with prospects and personnel from the organization. In-Stadium Emcee Ricky Fernandez chats about the latest news and promotions.
This week I had the pleasure to speak with Western New Mexico's Britney Lovato. She is the women's record holder in the 3k, 5k, and 6k. During her time at WNMU she has only gotten better and stronger in her running, while learning how to balance school, fun, and collegiate sports. We talk about her introduction into running and her start in soccer. She wasn't sure running was for her, but then she was the best runner on the team. It still took a while for running to become her own. She talks about choosing Western New Mexico, the memories she has made there, and that she wouldn't have it any other way. She feels that Division II was the perfect place for her and that other athletes could benefit, if they look in that direction as well. We also talk about her sisters and their running, even a little friendly joking about who is faster. She has big goals for track, but also realizes going into her last season, that this is the time to enjoy what she has. She will be working on her student teaching to become an elementary school teacher and it was fun to hear her talk about that and knowing someone with her energy will be joining the profession. I hope you enjoy our conversation and that you follow and support her and other local college students competing for our state. We've had some up and down weather recently. I hope you are layering correctly and still getting your runs in. It can be hard to find motivation when the weather is cooler and the days are shorter. So get out there, get the work in, stay warm, and keep running, New Mexico.
Jason Burke is the Head Coach at Lander University, a Division II program in Greenwood, South Carolina. He began his collegiate baseball playing career at Lander University and finished it at Southern Wesleyan University in 2004. Not soon after graduating he began his coaching career, spending 2006-2007 as an Assistant Coach at Wofford University. Then, from 2008-2011 he was Assistant Coach at Gardner Webb University and from 2012-2016 returned back to Wofford University as an Assistant Coach. In August of 2017 he was officially hired on as the Head Coach at Lander University, where he still remains. This podcast is all about Developing Collegiate Pitchers. We start off talking about Coach Burke's velocity formula and how he helps his pitchers throw harder. We than continue our conversation about Pitcher Development, discussing comp's with Big Leaguers, teaching spin, creating a 90 mph arm and much more! Lock into this podcast to hear an in-depth conversation about everything pitcher development with Division II Head Coach, Jason Burke. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Ross Trachtenberg is the Recruiting Coordinator at West Chester University, a Division II program in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Lehigh University in 2002 and quickly started his coaching career in 2004. From 2004-2013 he was the Head Coach at Friends Central School, a High School in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Then, in 2014 he was the Recruiting Coordinator at Newman University and in 2015 an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Ponoma Pitzer College. In 2016, he began his time at West Chester University where he still remains. Coach Trachtenberg has also been an Associate Scout for the Pittsburg Pirates Organization since 2011. In this podcast, we start off talking about the success Coach Trachtenberg and his program has had at West Chester University and whether he believes that is due to recruitment or development. We than go in depth into everything recruiting, discussing academics in relation to collegiate recruiting, travel baseball, recruiting videos, and much more! Lock into this podcast to hear an in-depth conversation about everything recruiting with National Champion Recruiting Coordinator, Ross Trachtenberg. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Friday Night Football, presented by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, is back with all the 2021 LHSAA playoff scores, highlights and feature stories as the 30th season continues with a jam-packed show hosted by Ed Daniels and Coach JT Curtis.LHSAA state championship football games include Southern Lab vs Ouachita Christian (Division IV), Amite vs Many (2A) and Warren Easton vs Westgate (4A), as well as coverage of the DIvision II title game in Lafayette featuring E,D, White vs University Lab.
On this episode of The Bluebloods, Zach McKinnell is joined by Youngstown State Running Back, Jaleel McLaughlin. McLaughlin talks his journey from Division II football to Youngstown State, the grind of the Missouri Valley Conference, his biggest strength as a player right now, his pregame routine, the letter grade he would give his College Football career thus far, & his thoughts on the future of FCS Football. All this and more right here on The Bluebloods! Extended Interview Available on YouTube for Members-Only! Become a member using the link below! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCim_ni9K7by62GmbTfF_vhQ/join --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Dusty Blake is the Pitching Coach at Duke University, a Division I program in Durham, North Carolina. He graduated from Appalachian University in 2003 and soon after began his coaching career at Pfeiffer University as the Outfield Coach from 2004-2005. From 2006-2007 he was the Pitching Coach at Catawba College and from 2008-2011 he was the Pitching Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Wofford College. Next, in 2012 he was the Pitching Coach at USC Upstate University and then returned to Pfeiffer University as the Head Coach from 2013-2017. In December of 2017 he was on at Duke University as their Pitching Coach, where he still remains. In this podcast, we start off talking about his quick transition from being a Head Coach at Division II, Pfeiffer University to Pitching Coach at Division I, Duke University. We than dive into baseballs transition to using data and analytics and how Coach Blake believes this is affecting the game. Coach Blake also explains which points of data he believes is the most useful to him when coaching his pitchers as well as which points are not as relevant. We than dive into the art of creating movement and how a players' specific arm slot can affect that. Also, discussing failure before success, seeking resources, defining a quality pitch, and much more! Lock into this podcast to hear and learn from Duke University Pitching Coach, Dusty Blake. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Winton Woods football coach Chad Murphy arrived home around 5 a.m. Friday but he didn't seem to mind at all. In fact, Murphy was all smiles two days later, reflecting on a state championship journey that no one at Winton Woods will ever forget. "It's just been a little surreal," Murphy said Sunday afternoon. "It's like it's set in but it hasn't. Do you know what I mean? It still seems like we're probably going to practice tomorrow and that kind of stuff. It's been wild." Murphy joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast to reflect on the Warriors' Division II state title. Winton Woods defeated Akron Archbishop Hoban 21-10 in the Division II state final Dec. 2 in Canton to capture the state championship. "It was finally mission accomplished," Murphy said. "Like you said - 16 weeks is a long time. A lot of blood, sweat and tears go into it - behind the scenes stuff." Winton Woods was one of three schools to capture state football titles this past week. Beechwood captured the Kentucky Class 2A state title with a 23-21 win over Lexington Christian at Kroger Field. Clinton-Massie had a dramatic rally on Friday to defeat Youngstown Ursuline 29-28 thanks to a two-point conversion with 45 seconds left in the Ohio Division IV state final. Clinton-Massie coach Dan McSurley reflected on how much the seniors impacted the football program and a two-point conversion attempt in Canton that won't ever be forgotten in Clinton County. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
College Quarterback Super Star - Tyson BagentQuarterback Tyson Bagent of Shepherd University ranks first among Division II football players in four statistical categories; averaged 355.8 passing yards per game for a total of 3,914 passing yards, 360.1 yards of total offense per game, and is responsible for more than 300 points this season• 2021 PSAC East Offensive Player of the YearHigh School - passed for 7,800 yards and 112 touchdowns. That makes him the 42nd most passing yards of any high school footballer in history.Looking for Job?Have a job to post?https://www.barbelljobs.comSevan's Stuff:https://www.instagram.com/sevanmatossian/?hl=enhttps://app.sugarwod.com/marketplace/3-playing-brothers
Next up on the ABCA Podcast is ABCA 2022 Hall of Fame inductee Dave Barnett. Barnett is entering his 35th season as the head coach at Flagler College. He is close to eclipsing the 1000 win mark and is 12th in wins among active Division II coaches. Barnett spent 15 seasons as athletic director and head coach at Flagler. He oversaw the transition from NAIA to Division II. Flagler competes in one of the most competitive conferences in Division II. Barnett has been at every level of baseball from high school all the way to pro baseball. He is a 36 year continuous lifetime member of the ABCA. Get ready for an entertaining episode. The game of baseball has taken Coach Barnett down many paths. We get a chance to discuss his playing career including his time with Eddie Feigner and The King & His Court. We also cover his coaching tree, his love of Flagler College and being grateful for your opportunities. The ABCA Podcast is presented by Netting Pros. Netting Professionals are improving programs one facility at a time, specializing in the design, fabrication and installation of custom netting for backstops, batting cages, dugouts, bp screens and ball carts. They also design and install digital graphic wall padding windscreen, turf, turf protectors, dugout benches, dugout cubbies and more. This episode is also brought to you by Marc Pro. That is M A R C Pro. Personally I used it as a coach for my ragged out BP arm and legs after a tough workout. We saw huge benefits with our pitchers and position players in decreased soreness and recovery time. It is an amazing machine that speeds up the recovery process by getting blood flow back to areas that need it. It is durable and cost effective. The Marc Pro needs to be a tool in your peak performance tool kit. I can’t recommend it enough. Hit me up if you have any questions. Order now on Marcpro.com and use the promo code ABCA to get 10% off.
Addison Rouse is the Head Coach at Salem University, a NCAA Division II school in Salem, West Virginia. He started his playing career at Ohio Valley University, a Division II program in Vienna, West Virginia and finished it at Brescia University, a NAIA program in Owensboro, Kentucky. In 2010, he was a volunteer coach at his alma mater, Brescia University and from 2011-2012 he was a graduate assistant at Henderson State University. In 2013, he went back to his alma mater and was the recruiting coordinator, then from 2014-2016 he was the Head Coach for the East Nazarene University baseball program. In 2017, he received the Head Coaching position at Salem University, where he still remains. In this podcast, we start off talking about how quickly Coach Rouse got into a Head Coaching job and what it was like for him to take over a program at such a young age. We also dive into the shoestring budget that Coach Rouse had to find a way to take advantage of and give his players a true college baseball experience while at East Nazarene University. We than jump into what the Salem University baseball program looked like when he first got the Head Coaching job in 2017 and how he went about transforming the program. Also, discussing cold weather baseball and over-coaching. We finish off this podcast talking about success elements and what Coach Rouse believes those are to have a successful collegiate baseball program. Lock into this podcast to hear and learn from Salem University Head Coach, Addison Rouse. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Bryan and A.D. talk about the regular season finales in the FCS, Division-II opening round playoffs and FAMU selection to the FCS Playoffs. Guest: Jamie Walker and Charles Edmond. #HBCUSports #Week12Recap #SWAC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackcollegesportsnetwork/support
It is an exciting time for New England college sports fans -- well, college football fans, to be exact! -- as the opening rounds of the NCAA Division II & NCAA Division III Playoffs are this weekend, along with two New England Bowls. Matt Noonan (host/producer) shares a few thoughts on the five matchups featuring six New England teams, including Bentley University and the University of New Haven in Division II. Mike Cerasuolo, who is the head coach of Springfield College football, joins the show to discuss his team's 2021 season, which saw the Pride bounce back from a 1-3 start to win their second New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) crown in four seasons. Additionally, he shares some thoughts on his team's first round postseason contest against SUNY Cortland. Stay connected with Noontime Sports on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and come follow us on Instagram at @NoontimeNation --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noontime-sports/support
Addison Rouse is the Head Coach at Salem University, a NCAA Division II school in Salem, West Virginia. He started his playing career at Ohio Valley University, a Division II program in Vienna, West Virginia and finished it at Brescia University, a NAIA program in Owensboro, Kentucky. In 2010, he was a volunteer coach at his alma mater, Brescia University and from 2011-2012 he was a graduate assistant at Henderson State University. In 2013, he went back to his alma mater and was the recruiting coordinator, then from 2014-2016 he was the Head Coach for the East Nazarene University baseball program. In 2017, he received the Head Coaching position at Salem University, where he still remains. In this episode, we start off talking about the culture that Coach Rouse tries to cultivate at Salem University and how he goes about creating an embodying family atmosphere within his program. We also dive into how the recruiting process and what Coach Rouse believes is the best way to sell your baseball program. We end this podcast discussing player development and how Coach Rouse goes about that with his players. Lock into this podcast to hear and learn from Salem University Head Coach, Addison Rouse. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Next up on the ABCA Podcast is Baseball Coaching Legend, Ron Maestri. Maestri is the ABCA Wilson/Lefty Gomez Award Recipient this year. This is the highest award that the ABCA gives out every year. Maestri’s footprint is all over the Baseball Industry. Over 16 seasons as head coach at the University of New Orleans he had 543 wins and led UNO to the Division II and Division I World Series. Maestri was inducted into the ABCA Hall of Fame in 1991. Maestri carried dual athletic director/head coach duties in his time at UNO. Maestri has shown elite organizational skills with his work with the New Orleans Zephyrs, the New Orleans Sports Commission and was instrumental in turning the College World Series into what it is today. This episode is a celebration of Coach Maestri and what he has meant to the baseball industry. The ABCA Podcast is presented by Netting Pros. Netting Professionals are improving programs one facility at a time, specializing in the design, fabrication and installation of custom netting for backstops, batting cages, dugouts, bp screens and ball carts. They also design and install digital graphic wall padding windscreen, turf, turf protectors, dugout benches, dugout cubbies and more. This episode is also brought to you by Marc Pro. That is M A R C Pro. Personally I used it as a coach for my ragged out BP arm and legs after a tough workout. We saw huge benefits with our pitchers and position players in decreased soreness and recovery time. It is an amazing machine that speeds up the recovery process by getting blood flow back to areas that need it. It is durable and cost effective. The Marc Pro needs to be a tool in your peak performance tool kit. I can’t recommend it enough. Hit me up if you have any questions. Order now on Marcpro.com and use the promo code ABCA to get 10% off.
Tom Riley is the Head Coach at Goldey-Beacom College, a NCAA Division II Program in Pike Creek Valley, Delaware. He played collegiately at Hanover College a Division III program, finishing his career in 1998. Soon after he began his coaching career as an Assistant Coach at Dominican College, a Division II program from 2001-2004. Later, from 2008-2012 he was the owner and personal trainer at Riley Performance Training. Then, from 2013-2015 he was an Assistant Coach at Delaware State University, a Division I program. On November 30, 2015, he was given the opportunity to reinstate the Goldey-Beacom College baseball program as the Head Coach. In this episode, we start off talking about the opportunity he was given to reinstate the Goldey-Beacom College Baseball Program and why he decided to take on this challenge. Also, discussing how he went about starting this first-year program, focusing on the recruiting aspect. We than dive into the importance of team culture and how Coach Riley went about creating a team culture at Goldey-Beacom. Coach Tom Riley and I also discuss hiring assistants and what makes someone an attractive candidate when going through the hiring process. We finish off this podcast talking about what Coach Riley believes makes a good teammate, what it was like for him to leave college coaching and then dive back into it, and much more! Lock into this podcast to hear and learn from the Head Coach of Goldey-Beacom College, Tom Riley. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Former North Dakota State running back Chad Stark joins podcast host Mike McFeely to talk about the University of South Dakota Coyotes, who have struggled against the Bison in recent decades but at one time challenged NDSU for NCAA Division II supremacy. The Bison and Coyotes met twice a year in both 1985 and 1986, including in the D2 championship game in '86.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring former Northwest Missouri Head Coach and College Football Hall of Famer, Mel Tjeerdsma. Coach Tjeerdsma highlights the importance of building relationships, discusses what it takes to turn a struggling program around, and gives insight on his experience working as a collegiate athletic director. Mel Tjeerdsma is the winningest head coach in both Austin College and Northwest Missouri State history. Boasting an impressive 74.4 winning percentage and three national championships, his 242 career wins are the 10th most all-time by an NCAA Division II coach. In celebration of his career, Tjeerdsma was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2018. Tjeerdsma began his 27-year head coaching career at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, from 1984-93. Winning a school-record 59 games in 10 seasons, he led the ‘Roos to three conference titles (1984, 1985, 1988) and trips to the NAIA Division II playoffs in 1988 and 1990. In 1994, Tjeerdsma became the head coach at Northwest Missouri State, where he compiled the most wins (183) and highest winning percentage in school history during a 17-year stint. He won back-to-back Division II national championships in 1998 and 1999 – the university's first national titles in any sport. Tjeerdsma's Bearcats added a third championship in 2009, capping an unprecedented run of five national championship game appearances that began in 2005. Tjeerdsma retired as Northwest's head coach following the 2010 season, and ended a legendary career where he won four AFCA National Coach of the Year honors. Coach Tjeerdsma most recently served as the Athletic Director for Northwest Missouri State University from 2013-2018. [1:50] Start of Interview [2:10] Motivation for coaching [3:32] The importance of relationships [4:41] Turning a program around [6:58] Changing the attitude of a team [9:25] Personal experience as an Athletic Director [12:05] Working with the AFCA [14:24] Learning from other coaches [16:05] Value of the AFCA annual convention
Episode 686 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast and we're talking with UW-La Crosse head wrestling coach Dave Malecek about the upcoming triple-dual in La Crosse on November 12 featuring Division I, Division II and Division III simultaneously. We'll also chat about Dave's time in La Crosse and D3 wrestling overall. Malecek was a 1994 All-American for Northern Iowa at 190 pounds before getting into high school teaching and coaching. The opportunity arose to join the Wartburg staff in 2000 and that's where his affinity for Division III grew after being born outside of Storm Lake, Iowa with then-Buena Vista coach Al Baxter. Malecek has coached the Eagles to 13 individual titles since his arrival and has been a trophy-contending team for much of his tenure. Links to Follow Daily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/news Contribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contribute Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonline Rokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/creator/mattalkonline The Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear: https://www.mattalkonline.com/compound Quick Subscribe: https://www.Podfollow.com/shorttime Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 686 - November 10, 2021
Episode 686 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast and we're talking with UW-La Crosse head wrestling coach Dave Malecek about the upcoming triple-dual in La Crosse on November 12 featuring Division I, Division II and Division III simultaneously. We'll also chat about Dave's time in La Crosse and D3 wrestling overall.Malecek was a 1994 All-American for Northern Iowa at 190 pounds before getting into high school teaching and coaching. The opportunity arose to join the Wartburg staff in 2000 and that's where his affinity for Division III grew after being born outside of Storm Lake, Iowa with then-Buena Vista coach Al Baxter. Malecek has coached the Eagles to 13 individual titles since his arrival and has been a trophy-contending team for much of his tenure. Links to FollowDaily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/newsContribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contributePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonlineRokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/creator/mattalkonlineThe Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear: https://www.mattalkonline.com/compound Quick Subscribe: https://www.Podfollow.com/shorttimeShort Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 686 - November 10, 2021
Andy Katz talks with three college athletes - Kendall Spencer, a Division I track & field graduate from the University of New Mexico; Madeleine McKenna, a Division II volleyball graduate from California University of Pennsylvania; and Megan Koch, a Division III cross country and track & field athlete from Colorado College - who are the student representatives serving on the NCAA Constitution Committee about the newly drafted NCAA Constitution.
Anthony Williams is the Head Coach of the baseball program at Frostburg State University, a Division II school in Frostburg, Maryland. He played collegiately at Slippery Rock University, a Division II program out of Pennsylvania. He began his coaching career in 2009 as a graduate assistant at Frostburg State. While there from 2009-2010 he was also a recruiting coordinator, hitting and infield coach. Then, in 2011 he spent one season as an assistant coach for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Next, from 2012-2016 he was the Head Coach at Pittsburgh Greensburg, a Division III program. While there, he was also a part of the Pittsburg Pirates Video Advanced Scouting Department. From 2017-2019 he was the Head Coach at Clarion University, a Division II program based in Pennsylvania. Then, in 2020 he was hired on at Frostburg State as the Head Coach, where he still remains. In this episode, we start off talking about what it was like for Anthony as he stepped into his first Head Coaching position at such a young age, focusing on the challenges that he faced throughout that time. We than dive into Coach Williams thoughts on assistant coaches and how he goes about assigning them responsibilities in his program. We also discuss networking and the different ways to go about that, Coach Williams believes camps are still the best way to get yourself out there and meet other coaches. Next, we talk about building relationships with your players and fellow coaches and the importance of that as a baseball coach. We finish off this podcast discussing the influence that being a part of the Pittsburg Pirates Video Advanced Scouting Department has had on his coaching career, specifically creating scouting reports for his team at Frostburg State. Also, what advice Coach Williams would give a young first year Coach. Lock into this podcast to learn from Frostburg State University Head Coach Anthony Williams. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Are we really talking about Odell Beckham Jr. with the Ravens? REALLY? This just doesn't make much sense. And who is possibly arguing that Buster Posey ISN'T a Hall of Famer? Near the bottom of Hour 1, PressBox Ravens beat writer Bo Smolka joined us to discuss who might return this week, how the Ravens get their running game going and whether Beckham makes any sense. Later in Hour 1, a great chat with former Maryland lacrosse star (and Tewaaraton Award winner) Jared Bernhardt about now being the quarterback for the #1 Division II team in college football, Ferris State and what might be ahead in the future. Early in Hour 2, our friend/world class musician Robert Randolph joined us to discuss his show tomorrow night at The Recher and why, as a Giants fan, he thinks the Ravens should stay away from Odell Beckham. Near the bottom of Hour 2, Senator Justin Ready joined us for this week's #SenatorsSuggestions, previewing the best games of the college football weekend. And just past the bottom of Hour 2, FOX play by play host Adam Amin joined us before he calls Vikings/Ravens this Sunday.
Mike Winters is currently the Boys' Basketball Head Coach at Harlem High School in Machesney Park, Illinois. He is also the author of the new book, The Journey: Lessons from the Hardwood. Mike has spent 18 seasons as a Varsity Basketball Coach at Oregon, Rockford Jefferson, Rock Falls, Boylan Catholic and Machesney Park Harlem in the state of Illinois. His career record is 357-164 (.687-win percentage). He opened his career with 14 consecutive winningseasons. Coach Winters has led three different programs to the State Tournament. Coach Winters has been named the IBCA District Coach of the Year seven times and was the Sauk Valley Newspapers Coach of the Year in 2006 and the NIC-10 Coach of the Year in 2016. His teams have won 7 conference titles, 8 regional titles and 4 sectional titles. He led his teams to nine 20-win seasons and two 30-win seasons. Coach Winters has coached players who have gone on to play at Kansas State, New Orleans, Florida A&M, Evansville, Southeast Missouri, Ball State, Wisconsin-Green Bay, University of Illinois-Chicago, Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Air Force and many others who have competed at the Division II, Division III and JUCO levels. Two of his former players are now college head coaches. If you're looking to improve your coaching please consider joining the Hoop Heads Mentorship Program. We believe that having a mentor is the best way to maximize your potential and become a transformational coach. By matching you up with one of our experienced mentors you'll develop a one on one relationship that will help your coaching, your team, your program, and your mindset. The Hoop Heads Mentorship Program delivers mentoring services to basketball coaches at all levels through our team of experienced Head Coaches. Find out more at hoopheadspod.com or shoot me an email directly email@example.com Follow us on social media @hoopheadspod on Twitter and Instagram and be sure to check out the Hoop Heads Podcast Network for more great basketball content. You'll want to have your notebook with you as you listen to this episode with Mike Winters, Boys' Basketball Head Coach at Harlem High School in Machesney Park, Illinois. Website - https://www.coachwinters.com/ (https://www.coachwinters.com/) Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter - https://twitter.com/winters_coach (@winters_coach) Visit our Sponsors! https://www.drdishbasketball.com/ (Dr. Dish Basketball) Mention the Hoop Heads Podcast when you place your order and get $300 off a brand new state of the art Dr. Dish Shooting Machine! http://www.fastmodelsports.com/ (Fast Model Sports) Use Code HHP15 to get 15% off the number one play diagramming software for coaches. https://gripspritz.net/ (Grip Spritz) Grip Spritz revitalizes and cleans the soles of your basketball shoes to stop you from slipping and sliding on the court! Better Grip, Better Game! https://www.qwikcut.com/basketball/ (QwikCut) QwikCut is all cloud-based, and comes packed with features to help high schools and youth programs - STORE, SHARE, and ANALYZE game film. Make the switch, get double the storage, and save your program up to 50% on the fastest-growing video editing system in the country. Twitter Podcast - https://twitter.com/hoopheadspod (@hoopheadspod) Mike - https://twitter.com/hdstarthoops (@hdstarthoops) Jason - https://twitter.com/jsunkle (@jsunkle) Network - https://twitter.com/HoopHeadsPodNet (@HoopHeadsPodNet) Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hoopheadspod/ (@hoopheadspod) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hoopheadspod/ (https://www.facebook.com/hoopheadspod/) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDoVTtvpgwwOVL4QVswqMLQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDoVTtvpgwwOVL4QVswqMLQ) Support this podcast
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Dr. Eddie Hall was born and raised in the town of Goldsboro, North Carolina, only a short drive from the Eastern Coast. Active in many sports during his childhood, he excelled at basketball and soccer. This led him to receive a scholarship to play Division II basketball for Methodist University, a longtime dream of his.... The post Power Passion and Prosperity in Chiropractic with Dr Eddie Hall DC – Chiro Hustle Podcast 269 appeared first on Chiro Hustle.
Kurt Elbin is the recruiting coordinator for Virginia Tech's baseball team, a NCAA Division I program in Blacksburg, Virginia. Coach Elbin played collegiately at Lock Haven University a Division II program in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. He started his coaching career at Muhlenburg College in 2007, then from 2008-2010 he coached at Teal College. From there he was an assistant coach at Shippensburg University from 2011-2012, then from 2013-2017 he was an assistant coach at VCU an NCAA Division I program in Richmond, Virginia. Later, in June of 2017 he was hired at Virginia Tech as the recruiting coordinator where he still remains. In this podcast episode, we start off talking about Coach Elbin's coaching journey and the path that he has taken in his career, taking on coaching at many different collegiate levels. We than dive into Coach Elbin's offensive coaching philosophy and what he believes to be important, also talking about if that changes from level to level. We also talk about recruiting at the NCAA Division I level and what coach Elbin looks for in a player when recruiting them. We finish this podcast talking about owning your approach in the batter's box, what that looks like and how to improve it. As well as, how to go about this while coaching it to your players. Listen to this podcast to hear and learn from NCAA Division I recruiting coordinator and assistant coach Kurt Elbin. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
Dr. Bryan Moses is the Head Coach at McPherson College, an NAIA school in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. His collegiate playing career started at Santa Rosa Junior College, he then transferred and graduated from Sonoma State University a Division II school in Rohnert Park, California. After graduation, he began his coaching career at Skyline High School in Idaho. Than from 2011-2012 he was an assistant coach at Simpson College an NAIA program, shortly after than from 2013-2015 he was the Head Coach at Antelope Valley another NAIA program. From there, he went on to be an assistant coach at Cal State Northridge in 2015, then in 2016 he was hired on as an assistant coach at Brown University. Than in 2017 he was hired on as the Head Coach for McPherson College where he still remains. In this podcast episode, we start off talking about why Dr. Bryan Moses decided to get his doctorate degree and how he managed that while being a collegiate baseball coach. We then discuss his coaching journey, diving into the fact that he has coached in many different states around the US. We also go over the challenges of recruiting as an NAIA school and how that has affected their recruiting process. With that, Coach Moses also describes the NAIA baseball atmosphere and how it isn't much different from any other collegiate level. We finish off this podcast talking about what Coach Moses believes is good about baseball today. Lock into this podcast to learn from an experienced coach who has turned his knowledge into success within his team. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
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 Rhode Island native, James "Lou" Gorman was an American baseball executive, and the former general manager of the Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox? He spent more than three decades in baseball operations, as a general manager, assistant GM, farm system director or scouting director, and at the time of his death he was the Red Sox' executive consultant for public affairs with an emphasis on community projects. He also was the coordinator of the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame, to which he was inducted in 2002. Now, for our feature story: Westerly High's football team really didn't have a signature win on its mantle heading into Friday night's Division II contest with Barrington last week. Now, it does. Westerly used an opportunistic defense and the running of junior Zack Tuck to shut out the Eagles, 28-0, at Augeri Field, clinching a spot in the D-II playoffs. Barrington came into the game atop Division II-A with a 4-1 league mark. The Eagles were 5-1 overall. Westerly coach Stanley Dunbar said: "Barrington is a good team. When you watch them on film, they are probably the hardest-playing team I've seen," "They fly around and play with great effort. Our kids bounced back from last week's loss (27-20 to Classical). They played their hearts out today." Westerly's first three league wins came against teams that are a combined 4-10. Tuck scored touchdowns on runs of 3, 5 and 55 yards. He finished with 230 yards on 26 carries and surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the year. It was his third 200-plus rushing performance of the season. He now has 1,047 yards with 13 rushing touchdowns. "It was a perfect night. We wanted it and we needed it," Tuck said. "We knew we could beat these guys. They are a hard-nosed football team. But we wanted to set the tone tonight for the rest of the season." Dunbar said it was the best win of the season for the Bulldogs. "I think we are getting better. Classical is a good football team and we played them tough and could have won the game," Dunbar said. "The boys just came out tonight, stepped it up and brought it home." For more information on all things Westerly and Rhode Island, check out this story and more at thewesterlysun.com Are you interested in a new opportunity? You're in luck! Today's Job posting comes from Randall Realtors Compass in Westerly. They're looking for real estate agents. You'll need to obtain a real estate license before you start. Pay can be $100,000 or more per year. 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/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=ca280a731c2da875&advn=7652287743140876 Today we're remembering the life of Scott Erik Dupré. Scott was born in 1953 and raised in Jamestown. He attended elementary school there, and then in 1971 graduated from Rogers High School in Newport. Scott pursued his love of the outdoors by earning a degree in Forest Management at Paul Smith's College and graduated from The Rhode Island School of Electronics, helping him secure a position at the Raytheon Company as a Module Quality Assurance Engineer. Fulfilling yet another goal, Scott became a licensed contractor which would showcase his remarkable wood working ability. In 1996, Scott married the former Linda Beebe Keene. Until his death, he and Linda shared their passion for all things nature provided by camping, hiking and kayaking at any place their RV, "The Relentless", brought them. Scott took great pleasure maintaining their two acre homestead in Westerly. He cherished working the land and updating their small cottage house. Happily working side by side, he and Linda created their own little woodland paradise. Scott will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Scott'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.
Bob Mclaughlin is the Head Coach at Coker University, a Division II baseball program a part of the South Atlantic Conference. He started his collegiate playing career at Hudson Valley Community College and finished it in 2013 at Alderson Broaddus University a Division II program in West Virginia. Than in the Summer of 2013 he played Independent baseball before volunteering at his alma mater, Alderson Broaddus in 2014. Later, from 2015-2016 he coached at Adrian University, then from 2017-2019 he was an assistant coach as well as strength and condition coach at Coker University. In November of 2019 he was named the Head Coach at Coker University, where he still remains. In this episode, we start off talking about what Coker baseball players do off of the field and what helped them to receive a team 3.48 gpa in the classroom. We than dive into player relationships and the importance of those to run a good college program. Coach Mclaughlin and I also talk about his thoughts on personal goals and team goals. He uses smaller, weekly goals in order for his players to see the process behind those bigger goals. Additionally, we talk thoroughly about the day to day life of a college level baseball player and what goes into that. As well as the importance of an approach when hitting at a higher level. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring West Georgia Head Coach, David Dean. Coach Dean shares why he loves coaching in the state of Georgia, highlights how he builds a positive team culture within his program, and shares his personal experience with the AFCA. David Dean is currently in his fifth season as the Head Coach of WGU, returning to a program where he was part of two Gulf South Conference championships and three trips to the NCAA Playoffs as an assistant in the 1990s. Since returning back to the WGU sidelines, Coach Dean has continued the programs success as and has lead the Wolves to multiple Division II playoff appearances while producing numerous All-Americans. In the second week of the season in 2019, Coach Dean rewrote history, becoming the third coach in Gulf South Conference history with 100 wins Prior to arriving to West Georgia, Coach Dean spent 16 years coaching at Valdosta Sate including 9 years as the Head Coach. During his time at Valdosta State, Coach Dean won two Division II national championships while leading one of the best programs in the country during that time. The success of Dean's Valdosta State program resulted in numerous individual plaudits. He captured American Football Coaches Association Division II Coach of the Year honors following both national titles. He was also named 2007 Coach of the Year by Schutt Sports, AFCA Regional Coach of the Year, and GSC Coach of the Year in 2010. [1:48] Start of Interview [2:02] Coaching in the state of Georgia [3:44] Building culture in a program [6:55] Preparing for a big matchup [9:09] Challenges of coaching at historically strong programs [11:36] Personal connection with the FCA [14:15] Camaraderie within the AFCA [15:30] Value of the AFCA annual convention
Tampa Bay Rays Prospect Jayden Murray joins the show to talk about his breakout 2021 season. The 24-year-old dominated through High-A and Double-A, pitching to a 2.16 ERA and 0.71 WHIP in 20 starts between A+ and AA. Murray discusses his big year for the Rays, and how he was able to go from Division II, to 23rd round draft pick, to a stellar year that saw him lead all of the Minor Leagues in WHIP and rank near the top in many other categories. 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
Born in India, Avi Mehta moved to New Jersey at the age of 10. He quickly developed a passion for sports, but soon realized that playing sports professionally was not going to be feasible. He wondered what career path would allow him to still do something with his passion for sports. Fast forward to now, Avi is now the Director of Strategic Communications with Texas A&M - Commerce Athletics. The Lions recently made the official announcement that they will be moving from Division II to the Division I Southland Conference, which will change the entire look of the athletic communications office. In October's Through My Lens series, CoSIDA intern Brandon Jones discusses the challenges and opportunities that becoming a Division I program brings as well as some background information on Avi and his advice to young professionals in Sports Information.
Episode 81 breaks down UWG football's road win over #1 West Florida and news from the golf teams in regards to Golfstat rankings. That and more in the newest episode of "The Greatest West Georgia Wolves Podcast Ever Produced," What the Howl?. || 0:00 - Intro || 1:24 - Women's Golf Recap and Rankings || 4:53 - Men's Golf Rankings featuring the #1 golfer in Division II, Austin Fulton || 6:44 - Football Recap || 17:38 - Volleyball Recap || 19:28 - Soccer Recap || 22:37 - Someone to Howl About || 25:48 - This Week's Preview || 31:28 - Episode Wrap-Up
With a BA in Physics from the University of Virginia in hand and a year of eligibility, Colin Ducharme had an itch to play more college basketball. As a Longwood College graduate student, the 6-9, 243 Ducharme dominated the paint and helped engineer one of Division II's biggest turnarounds with a 28-3 and a berth in the NCAA playoffs. Ducharme is now the Executive Director of Sterling Capital Management in Virginia Beach.
Diamond Gillis played football at Colorado School of Mines from 2010-2014. He talks about growing up in Aurora, Colorado, how he got into football, playing Quarterback at a young age, and his great career at Cherokee Trail High School where excelled in football, basketball, and was an Honors student. He tells the great story of coming into the game as a Sophomore backup quarterback and winning a State Playoff game. Diamond discusses his recruiting process, why he chose Colorado School of Mines, a Division II school, and the unique academic experience that Mines offers. He describes the transition from high school to college football, redshirting his freshman year, switching positions from Quarterback to Wide Receiver, the hard work he put in to be one of the best receivers on the team, and how he balanced athletics and academics. Diamond then explains his career highlights at Mines, the success the program had, his decision to return for a 5th year, and making the SportsCenter Top 10 Plays list for an insane catch he made in 2014. He talks about what he's been up to since graduation, becoming a husband and father, and keeping football in his life by coaching at the high school level.
Marty Smith is the Head Coach at the College of Central Florida, a Junior college in Ocala, Florida. He played his collegiate baseball career at the College of Central Florida and finished at Saint Thomas University a than Division II school in Miami, Florida. Later, he began his coaching career, being a part of the Miami Dade College baseball program and then the Florida State College at Jacksonville program. In 1991, he started his career at the College of Central Florida as an assistant coach, then in 1995 he took over as the Head Coach where he still remains. In this episode, we start off talking about his incredible 800 career wins at the College of Central Florida. Coach Smith also explains the level of play in Junior College and the impact it can have on a young baseball player, as well as the coaching side of JUCO. We also talk about true player development at the Junior College level and what goes into getting players prepared for the next level. Coach Smith believes one of the biggest parts of player development is the weight room, explaining the impact it can make on a player. Additionally, we talk about controversial topics around Coach Smith's way of coaching, and much more! If you want to hear from one of the most winning college baseball coaches ever, then lock into this conversation between Coach Marty Smith and I. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiob/support
"It takes a lot to get out of your comfort zone, especially in the pole vault. Because it is scary and because there is a fear element, you want to hold onto your comfort zone so badly...Changing things really is not easy. There were a lot of tears. I always bought in. My gut led me to Ashland. My gut sent me to Brad (Walker). It hasn't been wrong yet. I knew that I was in the right place because of the way he described it. He made it so simple. I'm in control of what I'm doing so if I focus on X, Y and Z, the heights will come. He totally changed the mental game for me, which then allowed me to change the technical things. It took all of that time to make that happen. Especially in this generation, people want immediate gratification and results. I'm very much like that. I don't like waiting for things. I'm really happy that I didn't make the team in 2016 because I would not have done that. I would not have gone that far out of my comfort zone. I wouldn't have let someone else challenge me that way. I'm grateful that I took the leap and my gut led me to where it is.” Katie Nageotte is the Olympic gold medalist in the pole vault. She is one of three American women to take gold in the event at the Games. In this episode, there's plenty of Ohio talk because if you've followed her on social media she's been parading around the medal all over Cleveland. The Olmsted Falls native has thrown out the first pitch at the Indians game, given a pep talk at the Browns practice and been honored by state officials. We discuss her journey and success at Ashland University at the Division II level and what pushed her to keep going as a professional pole vaulter. As a pro, she finished 5th at the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2016 which led her to make a change and team up with Brad Walker as her coach. Over the past five years, she saw major improvement under the 2007 world champion's guidance. She made the 2018 World Indoor and 2019 World outdoor teams. A breakthrough in 2020 and 2021 suddenly made her the Olympic gold medal favorite. She discusses how that all happened and how she managed the pressure. At the 2020 Games, she missed on her first two tries at 4.5 meters so there was added pressure there. Then, she managed to turn it around. Listening to her recounting her experience in Tokyo is pretty thrilling so I hope you enjoy it. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TRACKSMITH is a Boston-based running brand, who crafts performance apparel for training, racing and rest days. With fall races quickly approaching they know race day is as much about reaching the finish line as it is about the consistency and determination it takes to get to the start. Gear up for going far with their Marathon Collection full of running essentials and check out the Tracksmith Journal for some marathon tips from the Tracksmith team. Listeners get 15% off their purchase using code CITIUS15 at checkout. Visit Tracksmith.com today. HUSTLE CLEAN is a mission-driven self-care brand for the active lifestyle. It was created by athletes for high performers that want to do more and be more without compromise. The Hustle Clean Body Wipe is an extra-large, durable, full-body wipe designed to remove sweat, dirt, and body odor in moments when a shower is optimal but not possible. CITIUS MAG Podcast listeners get a deal and get 10% off all their products, if you visit HustleClean.com and use discount code CITIUS at checkout.
Chris and Chandler talk South Pittsburg's last second win over the Chiefs, a missed Field Goal that lead to a return trip for The Stump, a dominating Wing-T Offense, a false starts that lead to a lost game, and a pitcher's duel among Division II teams. All of that and more on this episode of SETN Preps! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/setn-preps/support
Max Strus has a story that may sound familiar to you. Under-sized and under-recruited, Max made his way from Division II basketball all the way to the NBA. In this awesome conversation, Max joins the guys to talk about his journey, the similarities to Duncan, and compounding confidence over time. Duncan and Max then break down the mental side of being a shooter, how important it is to find mental balance, and what makes Miami so special for undrafted guys. Finally, the guys debate Max's baseball skills and recount his experience throwing out the first pitch for the Chicago White Sox. Before all of that, Duncan and Davis question what they could do to get invited to the Met Gala, give credit to Dennis Schröder for his latest Instagram post, debate the best off-season moves, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Lake Erie College Head Coach, Reilly Murphy. Coach Murphy discusses his different experiences coaching at various college levels, provides insight on how to turn a struggling program around, and highlights the culture of accountability he has created within his team. Reilly Murphy is entering his third season as the Head Football Coach at Lake Erie College. Murphy came to Lake Erie College after serving as the offensive coordinator for fellow Division II member Fayetteville State University. While heading the offensive side of the ball the Broncos ranked among the top offenses in the country with an average of 32.33 points per game while rushing for 216 yards per contest, 26th in Division II. Fayetteville State was also in contention for the NCAA playoffs after being ranked regionally before the defeat in the championship game. Murphy's coaching career is diverse as he has coordinated offenses at private, public, and historically black colleges. He previously also served as the offensive coordinator of Dixie State University. Before that he was the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Western New Mexico University. Murphy has also coached at Bethel College, Notre Dame College, and Grossmont College. During his collegiate career, Murphy attended Grossmont where he played quarterback and led the Griffins to a national championship in 2005. He was an Academic All-American and was honored with the Joe Roth Memorial Award given annually to a California Junior College football player who best exemplifies characteristics of leadership, humility, and class. He was then granted a scholarship to play at Indiana State where he was a two-year starter and named the Gateway Conference's Newcomer of the Year in 2006. [1:04] Start of Interview [1:17] Coaching at different college levels [3:11] Being an effective recruiter [6:1] Turning a program around [9:13] Building up players in a program [11:55] Culture of accountability [19:08] Personal 35 Under 35 experience