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Greg Berge is the Boys' Basketball Head Coach at Lincoln High School in Lake City, Minnesota. Greg has been a teacher, coach, and school administrator for the last 28 years and currently serves as the High School Principal at Lincoln High SchoolGreg's 17 years as a Varsity Basketball Coach and many other years as an assistant coach in multiple sports have given him tremendous insight into what makes great teams. Berge's teams have won ten conference championships (eight consecutive) and two section championships. As an assistant varsity coach, he has also helped coach teams that won multiple section championships in both football and girl's golf. Greg has been fortunate to coach multiple players who played college basketball at all levels (NCAA Division I, Division II, NAIA Division II, and Division III). Berge is also a Licensed Sports Leadership Facilitator through the Janssen Sports Leadership Center. 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 firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow 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.Grab a notebook and pen before you listen to this episode with Greg Berge, Boys' Basketball Head Coach at Lincoln High School in Lake City, Minnesota.Website - gregberge.carrd.coEmail - email@example.comTwitter - @gb1121Visit our Sponsors!Dr. Dish BasketballMention the Hoop Heads Podcast when you place your order and get $300 off a brand new state of the art Dr. Dish Shooting Machine! Fast Model SportsFastModel Sports has the most compelling and intuitive basketball software out there! In addition to a great product, they also provide basketball coaching content and resources through their blog and playbank, which features over 8,000 free plays and drills from their online coaching community. For access to these plays and more information, visit fastmodelsports.com or follow them on Twitter @FastModel. Use Promo code HHP15 to save 15%The Coaching PortfolioYour first impression is everything when applying for a new coaching job. A professional coaching portfolio is the tool that highlights your coaching achievements and philosophies and, most of all, helps separate you and your abilities from the other applicants. Special Price of just $25 for all Hoop Heads Listeners.Training Camp - Elite Skill Development & Performance CombineThe first
Doug Gordin is a long-time golf coach at both the Division I and Division II levels. He retired in 2018 after a long stint at Florida Southern where his teams captured six NCAA Division II National Championships. In today's episode he talks about his coaching influences, which includes his dad, Rod Myers, Conrad Rehling, and Buddy Alexander. Coach Gordin was inducted into the GCAA Hall of Fame in 2001. Thank you Coach for joining the podcast! Subscribe to the podcast for future episodes. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook —> @BetterThanIFoundItPodcast Associated social media accounts: Coach McGraw - @BearCoachMcGraw Mikkel - @MikkelGolf Baylor Men's Golf - @BaylorMGolf Music: DriftMaster by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterthanifoundit/message
Lipscomb Academy boys basketball coach Kevin Starks joined the show to discuss a variety of topics surrounding his team, including the outlook for the competitive Division II-AA Middle Region, his thoughts on Kaleb Beasley excelling in football and in hoops, and the legacy of former assistant coach Hunter York, who passed away in early November. Hosts Tyler Palmateer and Russell Vannozzi also break down basketball games to watch and go over the 2022 Main Street Preps All-Midstate football superlative winners.
This week, We're joined by Coach C White from Bentley University, a Division II program that's has a history of success including a National Championship in 2014. She's been part of the program as a player and coach for over 20 years and has recently taken over won their conference tournament championship last season. In this episode we talk about leading all aspects of a program including creating adversity, developing point guards, and sustaining and building a championship culture.
Emily talks with the Westminster College Women's Golf Team Salt Lake City at the Dennis Rose Invitational at Hapuna Golf Course. It was the Dennis Rose Invitational for Division II colleges hosted by University of Hawaii-Hilo Men's Golf Team and Waikoloa Beach Resort. The men played at Waikoloa Beach Resort Golf and the Women at Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea Beach Resort. I've covered the Dennis Rose Invitational over the years. When I met Nat Sponenburgh at Mauna Lani Golf where he had just finished playing and I was headed to the putting green he told me about his daughter playing on the Westminster Team in Salt Lake City and I decided I should get up to Hapuna and watch the women play. It was very impressive and lot of fun to spend time with Nate and the Westminster College Denise Larson and some of the players.
Join me for another tremendous episode of Riding The Pine! On today's show, I'm joined by a guest who recently made the jump with his team from the NCAA Division II level to the NCAA Division I level, current Lindenwood men's basketball player Kevin Caldwell Jr. (1:40-23:30)! Kevin and I discuss his career at Lindenwood and what it's been like adjusting to a Division I schedule after the team was Division II last year, his time playing Juco basketball and how that helped him get prepared for the Division I level of basketball and so much more! Intro: 0:00-1:39Interview w/ Kevin Caldwell Jr: 1:40-23:30Outro: 23:31-24:27
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On this West Virginia Morning, college football in West Virginia is usually associated with the West Virginia Mountaineers and Marshall Thundering Herd. But Shepherd University's loyal fans in the Eastern Panhandle will cheer on their football program when they play in the Division II semifinals this weekend.
In the final hour, David Haugh and Gabe Ramirez were joined in studio by legendary Chicago sports journalist Fred Mitchell to present the annual Fred Mitchell Award to the nation's top collegiate placekicker in Division-II, Division-III, FCS, NAIA and NJCAA.
Before entering private practice, Amanda served as judicial law clerk for the Honorable Lisa L. Sutton of the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division II, drafting appellate opinions and prehearing memoranda, recommended potential legal outcomes in each case, and advised the panel of judges on emerging legal issues and developments related to the cases. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandadaylong/ Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer, P.S.: https://floyd-ringer.com/ Learn more about EmotionTrac and our AI-driven Emotional Intelligence Platform: https://emotiontrac.com/calendly/ https://legal.emotiontrac.com/
Playoffs are in full-force at the sub-FBS level and each division features a Texas team vying for a national title. Cory Hogue and Mike Craven discuss Mary Hardin-Baylor’s second round win over Trinity in Division III. They also look at Angelo State’s big win at the Division II level, as well as this weekend’s FCS playoff matchup between Incarnate Word and Furman. The crew also discuss head coaching possibilities for UT-RGV, which include David Bailiff and Mike Salinas.
Andy Katz talks with Terri Steeb Gronau, Vice President of Division II, Karen Kirsch, Director of Championships & Alliances at the NCAA and Jackson Stava, Athletics Director at Seattle Pacific University, about the national championship festival, unique to Division II, which will be celebrated this year in Seattle. #ncaa #socialseries #D2Festival #NCAAD2
Coach Steven Hawkins,Today we are talking to Coach Steve Hawkins. Coach Steve Hawkins is currently the Head Coach of Quincy University. This is his second tenure as the Head Coach of this incredible Division II basketball program. Many people know Coach Steve Hawkins simply as Coach Hawk. Coach Hawk is returning to Quincy after an amazing run as the Head Basketball Coach at Western Michigan University from 2003 to 2020. During Hawkins's tenure at WMU, Coach Hawk led his teams to 291 wins. He took the Broncos to seven 20-win seasons and made two appearances in the NCAA Division I tournament. Born and raised in California, Coach Hawk graduated from the University of South Alabama. In his first tenure at Quincy from 1990 to 2000, Coach Hawk led this team to 137 wins and three NCAA Division II tournament appearances. As you soon will hear, Coach Hawk is simply a tremendous leader. His thoughts on creating real relationships with his players and staff are a must-listen. Finally, at the end of the podcast, Coach Hawk will passionately discuss his thoughts on balance and loyalty. If you are a young coach, get your notebook ready! Follow Coach Steve Hawkins @Coach_Hawk_WMUFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro
The DCTF sub-FBS podcast discusses Incarnate Word’s seeding in the upcoming FCS playoffs as well as coaching changes at Lamar, West Texas A&M, and Houston Christian. Cory Hogue and Mike Craven also dive into the upcoming playoff games between Mary Hardin-Baylor and Trinity at the Division III level, and Angelo State’s second round game in the Division II bracket against Bemidji State.
Today we talk with the head coach of the Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks Ryan Ridder. The Lexington, Kentucky native grew up around coaching as his dad has been a successful coach at the Division II level. After quickly working his way up through the ranks, Ridder earned his first Division I head coaching job at Bethune-Cookman at just 32 years old. Each Friday, Jeff Bidwell talks with a current or former Division I college basketball coach about their professional path. There are no overnight success stories in college coaching. We'll talk about the sometimes decades-long journey from the moment they wanted to get into coaching up to that first news conference introducing them as a Division I head coach.Follow on Twitter and Instagram at @AKAJeffBidwell.
Recorded live on Wednesday evening before the third round of the playoffs, we discuss the Division I quarterfinals and Division II semifinals, name a new Miracle Auto Group Player of the Week and discuss Metro Nashville's announcement for new playing fields for MNPS schools. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/615preps/support
The arrival of cold air throughout Greater Cincinnati this week is a sure sign that it's Week 14 of the high school football season. "People are complaining about the cold and things like that," Lakota West coach Tom Bolden said with a smile before Tuesday's practice. "I said, 'You know you are doing something right if you are getting to practice in cold weather.'" Kentucky is in the state quarterfinals while Indiana is in the semi-state round with Lawrenceburg (Class 3A) and East Central (Class 4A) trying to make it to Lucas Oil Stadium next week. There are seven Greater Cincinnati teams in the Ohio High School Athletic Association regional finals this weekend with a trip to the state Final Four on the line. The WCPO High School Insider takes a closer look at some of the games to watch starting Friday night. You will hear from Bolden and his message to the undefeated Firebirds as they prepare to play Moeller for a second straight regional final. Moeller coach Mark Elder discusses the keys to victory as the Crusaders try to make their 18th trip to the state Final Four. Anderson coach Evan Dreyer reflects upon the upcoming matchup with conference rival Kings for the second time this season in the Division II, Region 8 final at Mason's Atrium Stadium. Badin coach Nick Yordy explains how the Rams have prepared for this opportunity to be in the program's 13th regional final when the team plays Tippecanoe Friday night at Trotwood-Madison. Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock discusses the Cowboys' work ethic as the undefeated No. 1 seed prepares to play No. 2 Taft for a second time this season Saturday night in the Division IV, Region 16 final at Lakota West. Subscribe at https://wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Texas Tech University cross country and track & field runner Matthew Maki joins the show. Matthew talks about his long college career which includes four seasons competing at the Division-II level for the Emporia State University Hornets. In addition, he details his favorite venues where he's competed and what the sport of cross country has meant to him. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hey listener, due to some scheduling conflicts because I caught a cold you're getting a rare solo episode this week. Going into 2022 I know that I was going to buy a Playstation 5 at some point, so I spent the majority of the year saying goodbye to my PS4 by playing everything that I hadn't played, but still wanted to for the system. I also begin the episode by opening up about why I started the podcast and some mental health stuff that I currently find myself working through and what I think caused it. I've booked guests for the rest of the year, so I promise we'll get back to our normal programming next week. Topics this week include: Live Art on Black Friday at Cosmic Gorilla from 2 PM - 5PM and Fireside Pizza at 6 PM on Thursday December 1st. The march to episode 100 and the origin story of the podcast. Why I don't do Zoom episodes. The mental side effects of isolating during 2020. The compounding of my inability to remember names. Aging and disconnecting from society. Hey Listener, thank you for listening to the show and helping me by letting me talk. 16:25 the beginning of Playstation 4 talk. The backstory of a lifelong gamer. Why I didn't buy the Playstation 5 in late 2020/2021. 22:02: I didn't expect to love Titan Fall 2 this much. 24:35: Tom Clancy's The Division II predicted the future…sort of. 27:40: Why I didn't into The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. 30:10: What is my favorite caveman game of all time? Far Cry: Primal. 32:25: My return to Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim thanks to stand up comedian/podcast host Luke Young. 34:57: Sometimes I get drunk and buy The Contra Anniversary Collection. 35:40: I wanted to love WWE: Battlegrounds, but it was not to be. 36:40: Everyone should play Katamari Damacy Reroll. 38:32: Revisiting Horizon Zero Dawn because I got it's sequel when I bought my PS5 and how I fell in love with it. 41:00: Whoa here it comes, it's Man-Eater! 42:30: I'm officially playing the Playstation and Spiderman: Miles Morales is my new favorite superhero game of all time.
Rob Breton has been coaching since the age of 17.He started out as a youth coach before moving into the US college game, spending four years as an assistant women's coach at NCAA Division II team Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia.During his time at AB, Rob also assisted with the Battler men's soccer program and was girls' head coach at Clarksburg's Excel Futbol Club.He has since stepped into a head coach role, taking the reins of the women's team at the University of Nebraska at Kearney – a Division II institution in the MIAA conference. Rob calls it "the best decision he ever made".SCW caught up with Rob to talk about how he knew he was ready for the jump to head coach, what his first season in charge looked like, and how to create the optimum environment for your players...
Milwaukee at Purdue College Basketball Pick Prediction 11/8/2022 by Tony T. Milwaukee returns no starters from last season's team that went 8-14 in the Horizon. First year head coach Mike Lundy comes in with Division II experience. Lundy wants to shoot threes and play pressure defense. At Queens College, Lundy's team averaged 85 points per game. This is a totally rebuild and a faced paced team. Boilermakers two starters from a 29 win team.
Austin Ekeler, star running back for the LA Chargers, joins Justin on this episode to get into everything his life has taught him on AND off the football field - especially as it pertains to mindset, wellness and competing with yourself! A hard-worker both on and off the field, playing at the Division-II college level, the NFL was far from a guarantee for Austin. Since going un-drafted in 2017, his determination and mindset to never be outworked has helped establish himself as one of the top running backs in the league, tying for first overall in touchdowns last season. Fitness is also a large part of who Austin is, with the gym being a constant that keeps him pushing forward and striving to better himself. Nicknamed “pound-for-pound” by his teammates for being the strongest player on the squad regardless of size, his old-school approach to training wows followers on social media. Connecting with his community has always been a passion of Austin's. In March 2020 he launched his Twitch channel to engage with fans while most were staying in and quickly became the biggest streamer in the NFL. Recognizing his popularity among the fantasy football community, Austin utilized his platform on Twitch to host leagues and grow his support beyond the Chargers fanbase. Additionally through the Austin Ekeler Foundation, he has begun paying his love of fitness forward, helping build a new weight room at Santa Barbara High School last summer and plans to do the same for other communities around the country. Follow Austin on Instagram here! Host and Executive Producer: Justin Crawford Produced by JUST Media
Gail Meriel is a Project Manager, award-winning motivational speaker, author and coach. She holds an MBA degree, Professional Project Management certification, and has over 25 years of corporate experience, more recently in the consulting industry. She has also been recognized as one of the Inspiring Women in Technology 2021 by the Association of Telecom, Mobility and IT Management Professionals. Gail lives in the Chicago area with her husband and golden retriever. Her greatest accomplishment is her 20-year-old son, a college junior who is a pilot and plays Division II baseball. Gail helps inspire and empower women who lost confidence, feel unworthy from internal or external negative messages and failure learn how to regain self-esteem through self-discovery to overcome imposter syndrome so they can realize their value, take controllable action, and redefine their success.
Tampa Bay could not hold on to a halftime lead. Is there any way back into contention for the Bucs? How did Baltimore turn it around in the second half? How impactful has and will the NFL trade deadline be? Division II is not the answer. A face lift for University Stadium? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another exceptional person in the sport of wrestling, Andrew was a 3x placewinner at the Iowa High School State Tournament. He placed 7th as a freshman, 4th as a junior and finally won it all as a senior. Andrew went on to compete at Iowa State University, where he was a 2x NCAA qualifier. Andrew is now the Head Assistant Coach at the University of Nebraska-Kearney with his former college teammate Dalton Jensen. Together, they helped lead the Lopers to a Division II national team title this past year. This was such a great conversation that I wish we had more time. So please, sit back, relax and enjoy, Andrew Sorenson! Beat the Streets National Information: I have partnered with Gina Perry and Beat the Streets National in hopes to help raise money for their GearUp! campaign. The GearUp! campaign aims to provide youth with a new pair of wrestling shoes, head gear, and workout clothing. We've all been touched by wrestling in some shape or form, so now let us provide the same gift wrestling gave us to those who need it most. You can donate at national.beatthestreets.org/letstalkwrestling or help spread the word about the GearUp! campaign. Thank you so much for your support! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-wrestling/support
Discusses adult themes Chris Braley's journey has been a long and winding one. With humble beginnings in rural Maine, Braley's excellence in athletics helped him emerge as an elite Prep School and AAU standout in basketball, landing a Division I college scholarship. When things didn't go according to plans, Braley charted a new course, which saw him transfer to Division II and then have to figure out what to do with the rest of his life. Braley credits the lessons, work ethic, and determination he learned along the way with helping him to find success as a business owner and aspiring fitness competitor.
Nate chats with 2022 Whitney Point alumna, Jane Austenfeld. She was a standout lacrosse player as well as valedictorian for WP. She now plays lax at the Division-II level at LeMoyne College in Syracuse. Jane scored an incredible 93 goals during her senior high school season. She also earned Academic All-American status which is reserved for only a select group of players in NYS.NYCM Insurance Home & Car Insurance Company in New YorkFollow Nate Lull Twitter Instagram Website Thanks for listening!
It's a comprehensive look at the sport in the southeast in Division 1, Division II, D3, and the NAIA- the SEC, ACC, SoCon, Sun Belt, SAA, Peach Belt, and CAC are all on the talking points this and very week
This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Davenport University's running backs coach, Juwan Lewis. Coach Lewis discusses his passion for educating others, shares how his faith guides him to pour into his players and his family, and reflects on his community's impact on his coaching career. Coach Juwan Lewis joined the Davenport staff in 2021 as the running backs coach and high school recruiting coordinator. Prior to coaching at Davenport Coach Lewis was an influential leader at the University of Findlay. Coach Lewis has also coached at Hiram College and Mount Union. Coach Lewis started coaching following a career in Arena Football. Coach Lewis played college football at Eastern Michigan University and Ferris State University. In high school Coach Lewis played in the Army All-American Bowl. 0:56 Spring Ball and Recruiting 1:40 How do you adapt to a new OC? 3:35 When did you decide you wanted to coach? 6:15 Player Knowledge vs. Coaches Knowledge 9:40 Why is sharing knowledge so important? 12:30 Who has influenced your coaching style? 17:30 How has becoming a father impacted you as a coach? 19:55 How have you adjusted your time to present for both your team and your family? 23:08 The Stable mantra 25:59 Social Media Twitter: @Coach_Jlew
Rometo “Rummy” Macias wrestled at the University of Iowa in the 1940s. A two-time Big Ten champion, Macias finished second at the 1948 NCAA championships before starting the first wrestling team at what's now known as Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota. The Minnesota State family celebrated Macias' birthday on October 17 as the diminutive dynamo celebrated his 100th trip around the sun. In attendance were Mavericks friends, fans and alumni and a number of his former wrestlers. This episode showcases the impact Macias had on the sport of wrestling, not just from a coaching perspective, but from a growth perspective as prior to Macias' arrival in Minnesota, just over 30 high schools sponsored the sport. It wasn't long after that over 300 sponsored it. Macias started the program at then Mankato State Teachers College in 1950 and coached there until 1988. He's one of three coaches in program history. You'll hear from former athletes and friends as well as current head coach Jim Makovsky and Macias himself (although the last bit of audio is very hard to hear, so my apologies in advance). Featured: Dale Roth, NAIA champion Al Blanshan, son David Macias, Division II champion Scott Madigan, longtime Washington & Lee head coach Gary Franke, Division II champion Jack Eustice, team manager Lance Peterson and longtime Minnesota wrestling leader Spencer Yohe. Check out the GearUP campaign I've joined on with in conjunction with Beat The Streets National. Check out how you can help outfit kids by going to https://www.mattalkonline.com/gearup. Every $50 donated outfits a needy wrestler with $200 worth of gear. Let's make sure we don't lose the next Burroughs, Taylor, Maroulis, Gray or Gardner because they can't afford to get on the mat. The World Cup is coming to Iowa City! Check out all the details for the Men's and Women's competition December 10-11, 2022 at UWWIowaCity.com Links to Follow Join the Discord: https://www.mattalkonline.com/discord Daily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/news Contribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contribute Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonline Twitter Super Follows: https://www.twitter.com/jasonmbryant 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 718 – October 19, 2022
Rometo “Rummy” Macias wrestled at the University of Iowa in the 1940s. A two-time Big Ten champion, Macias finished second at the 1948 NCAA championships before starting the first wrestling team at what's now known as Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota. The Minnesota State family celebrated Macias' birthday on October 17 as the diminutive dynamo celebrated his 100th trip around the sun. In attendance were Mavericks friends, fans and alumni and a number of his former wrestlers. This episode showcases the impact Macias had on the sport of wrestling, not just from a coaching perspective, but from a growth perspective as prior to Macias' arrival in Minnesota, just over 30 high schools sponsored the sport. It wasn't long after that over 300 sponsored it. Macias started the program at then Mankato State Teachers College in 1950 and coached there until 1988. He's one of three coaches in program history. You'll hear from former athletes and friends as well as current head coach Jim Makovsky and Macias himself (although the last bit of audio is very hard to hear, so my apologies in advance). Featured: Dale Roth, NAIA champion Al Blanshan, son David Macias, Division II champion Scott Madigan, longtime Washington & Lee head coach Gary Franke, Division II champion Jack Eustice, team manager Lance Peterson and longtime Minnesota wrestling leader Spencer Yohe. Check out the GearUP campaign I've joined on with in conjunction with Beat The Streets National. Check out how you can help outfit kids by going to https://www.mattalkonline.com/gearup. Every $50 donated outfits a needy wrestler with $200 worth of gear. Let's make sure we don't lose the next Burroughs, Taylor, Maroulis, Gray or Gardner because they can't afford to get on the mat. The World Cup is coming to Iowa City! Check out all the details for the Men's and Women's competition December 10-11, 2022 at UWWIowaCity.comLinks to FollowJoin the Discord: https://www.mattalkonline.com/discord Daily Wrestling Newsletter: https://www.mattalkonline.com/newsContribute: https://www.mattalkonline.com/contributePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattalkonlineTwitter Super Follows: https://www.twitter.com/jasonmbryantThe Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly supported by Compound Sportswear: https://www.mattalkonline.com/compoundQuick Subscribe: https://www.Podfollow.com/shorttime Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 718 – October 19, 2022
S4 Ep. 15: Todd and Jon welcome Bart Lundy, Head Men's Basketball Coach at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. They talk to Coach Lundy about being a Head Coach at 25, improving player academics, Division II basketball and more! Follow the Show on Twitter @afterthetimeout Follow Coach Lundy on Twitter @coachbartlundy Listen to the show on: Apple: Search "After the Timeout" Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6tfyTqZxebtEugpd7dwq5E Anchor: https://anchor.fm/after-the-timeout Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/97de7f0b-5f34-416f-93dc-e750ee59a60c/after-the-timeout Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80MzUwYzRhYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/after-the-timeout Radiopublic: https://radiopublic.com/after-the-timeout-G729aA Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/q9zqtopv
The BCSN Nation Podcast is now Presented by Marco's Pizza! Thank you to Marco's for joining us as we provide Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan local high school sports coverage!Charlie's Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Player of the Week:St. John's Jesuit Titans WR Tommy GallagherTwo receiving touchdowns and a 2-pt conversion pass in win over St. Francis. Coming off a knee injury with a quick recovery. (3-5) Start Spartans at (6-2) Scott BulldogsLooking to be the de facto City League Championship.Start and Scott are both 3-0 in the league and are expected to win their final game next week. The State of Ohio has regulations on what high school football teams can do in the offseason, this is different than our surrounding states and other regions of the United State. What are the disadvantages of Ohio teams not being able to play year round?Clip of the Week: St. John's Jesuit Titans QB Blake Lichtenberg using his legs to elude the defense and take it to the endzone for the touchdown. Our Unison Health Student Section of the Week this week is the Maumee Panther Pack! This is their second win of the football season!Question of the Week: The newest AP poll has Central Catholic ranked at #8 in Division II and Perrysburg sitting just outside the Top 10 of Division I. With two weeks left in the season, what does Central Catholic and Perrysburg need to do to climb the ranks before the start of the playoffs?Game of the Week: (6-1) Ottawa Hills Green Bears at (4-4) Northwood RangersOttawa Hills having a strong year with their only loss coming in Week 4 at Margaretta (6-2). Notable win cam in Week 1 on the road at Gibsonburg (7-1).Northwood coming off a loss to (6-2) Hopewell-Loudon. No wins against teams currently at a .500 or better record. And much more... The 2022 High School Football Season is here and BCSN introduces a brand new show to get you involved whether you are on your way to work, coming home from school, or wherever you may be...
Mike Rosenbaum and Tad Slowik kick off the episode by breaking down the top pitchers from the Texas-New Mexico JUCO All-Star Game, a group led by four 95+ mph arms, before discussing the event's standout position players (11:16). After a short break, Tad empties his scouting notebook, sharing can't-miss info on Arizona's best NJCAA Division I pitchers(21:42) and hitters (28:42) as well as the top bats (34:12) and arms (36:24) at the Division II level.
Join us as Jordan Awoye of Awoye Capital sits down with the interim head coach of the Bowie State University football program. During this episode coach Jackson talks about the pressures of being a new head coach, taking over after a legendary head coach, and the new landscape of college sports. Kyle Jackson was officially announced as interim head coach of the Bowie State University football program on May 26, 2022. Jackson now entering his sixth overall season with the Bulldogs previously served as the defensive coordinator and has several years of experience as well as familiarity with BSU's football program as it has become a Division II powerhouse.Jackson is in his second stint coaching at BSU, having served as the Linebackers and Tight Ends coach from 2011-2013.Since returning to Bowie State in 2017, Jackson has played a major role in the success of the program. The Bulldogs have finished the regular season ranked in the Top 25 within the last four seasons, advancing to the CIAA Conference Championship also in the last three seasons (2018, 2019, 2021) and winning in all three appearances. The Bulldogs have also advanced to the NCAA DII Playoffs in the last four seasons (2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021).
Extra Points' Matt Brown and D1.ticker/Fox Sports' Bryan Fischer are recapping some of the latest chatter about conference realignment from the Big Ten all the way down to Division II schools moving on up. The pair also chat a bit about Kansas football's resurgence and what potential NCAA changes are around the corner. Finally, we play Bryan's interview with Baylor President Linda Livingstone, who chairs the NCAA Board of Governors. They pull back the curtain on the search for Mark Emmert's replacement as president and what the scope of Division I transformation looks like. Don't forget you can get 15% off your Homefield Apparel order by using the promo code EXTRAPOINTS. While you're giving this show five-stars, don't miss out on Bryan's newest venture, HeadCoachU. This new podcast in conjunction with former BYU and Virginia head coach Bronco Mendenhall goes in-depth on numerous issues surrounding college football and brings unique insight you won't get anywhere else. This week's episode features former Boise State and Washington coach Chris Petersen, with many other head coaches joining in the coming months. You can also sign up for D1.ticker at https://www.d1ticker.com, Extra Points at https://www.extrapointsmb.com, and check out Collegiate Sports Connect at https://csconnect.live/sign-up.
Believe it or not, the high school girls basketball season is just a matter of weeks away. The WCPO High School Insider podcast previews this upcoming season and what is expected from the top teams and players around Greater Cincinnati. Official Ohio High School Athletic Association coaching is scheduled to begin Oct. 21. She Hoops Ohio's Bryce McKey and Drew Fladung, a West Clermont High School assistant coach, joined this episode to discuss several topics related to girls basketball. The conversation includes 2021-22 state champion Purcell Marian and sophomore star Dee Alexander as the team moves to Division II. You will also find out why Princeton may be the top Division I team in in the state led by senior point guard Solè Williams. Plus, you'll find out some of the other top players, coaches and teams to to watch for in the Southwest District as the season officially begins Nov. 18. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Scott Davenport, Bellarmine head coach... Scott Davenport is a legend in coaching who has amassed multiple national coach of the year honors and also led the Bellarmine Knights to the 2011 NCAA Division II Tournament national championship. His career record of 398-130 (through the 2021-22 season) ranks him as Bellarmine's all-time winningest coach both in terms of total wins and winning percentage (.754). While Davenport built Bellarmine's program in a perennial national power at the Division II level, perhaps even more impressively, the Knights have continued to succeed in its recent transition to the NCAA Division I level. This past season (2021-22), Bellarmine posted a 20-win season in just its second year in Division I, finishing 20-13 while playing one of the nation's toughest schedules. In recognition of his team's success, Davenport was nominated for the Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award, which recognizes coaches from mid-major conferences. The Knights capped their 2021-22 season by winning the ASUN Conference Championship title, hosting the championship game in Freedom Hall in front of the second-biggest crowd in the history of the ASUN Tournament. The victory sparked a national debate on the NCAA rule mandating that schools must wait four years to be eligible for NCAA postseason play following their transition to Division I. (Had Bellarmine not still been in its four-year transition period, the ASUN Championship would have punched the Knights' ticket to the NCAA tournament.) In this episode, Coach Davenport takes you through the program's transition to Division 1, how the game of basketball has the power to bring everyone together, why he coaches, what he has learned from the coaches he worked under before becoming a head coach, why he believes in having a program instead of a culture, his reasons for scheduling the way he does in non-conference, and the ins and outs of his style of play. Enjoy hearing from Scott Davenport on Episode 250 of the Coaching U Podcast! COACHING U PLUS: The entire Coaching U video library is now at your fingertips. For years we have taken great pride in providing a tremendous learning experience through our annual clinics. Now, we are bringing the clinic to you! Coaching U+ is a must-have for coaches at all levels... Our expanding video library is equipped with strategies & concepts taught by some of the best coaches in the world, allowing you to continue to learn and grow as a coach on a year-round basis! Learn more by clicking here Special Offers! INSTAT BASKETBALL: For more details please visit the official website instatsport.com/basketball and use code “coachingulive” to try InStat free for 1-month! If you have any questions contact Eric Stang at firstname.lastname@example.org FASTMODEL SPORTS: CLICK HERE to Save 15% on FastDraw or other FastModel Products with Promo Code "CoachingU15" DR. DISH: Visit www.drdishbasketball.com/ for more info and don't forget to mention Coaching U or the Podcast to receive $300 off your Dr. Dish.
The boys are back with another episode of the Sideline Chatter podcast. They discuss Austintown Fitch heading to Massillon to take on another Division II powerhouse and South Range gets set to square off with Girard. Nate Hawthorne, Joel Whetzel, Neel Madhavan and Greg Macafee also recap Week 5 as Chaney took down Canfield, Lowellville's Vinny Ballone took his game to new heights and Springfield earned their first win of the season.Thank you to Sims Auto Park for their support of the Tribune Chronicle and Vindicator's Sideline Chatter Podcast.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show! Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern This week Cindy & Ted are joined by LPGA Epson Tour Player, Pilar Echeverria. Then later they enter the No B.S. Zone to discuss "Some Golf Tips that Actually Work". More on Pilar: Pilar 24 born in Guatamola City, Guatamola., attended the University of Indianapolis where she played Division II golf. Some of her awards and honors: 2x WGCA Division II Player of the Year (2019, '20), 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year conference nominee, GLVC Paragon Award co-winner, 2019 DII Honda Athlete of the Year finalist. She was ranked as highly as No. 63 in the 2020 World Amateur Golf Rankings ... qualified for both the 2020 and 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship ... represented her native Guatemala at the World Amateur Team Championships in 2014, 2016 and 2018. She began her rookie season in (2022) on the Epson Tour. Join LIVE Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00AM Eastern http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf Or listen on these platforms: iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.
Most years it seems as though our first couple of weeks of the season are filled with top teams pasting teams that are clearly overmatched. And while we've still had some of that in 2022, this alternate reality/Bizarro world of D-III has been pretty fun. Both UW-Whitewater/Mary Hardin-Baylor and Trinity (Texas)/Wheaton (Ill.) lived up to their billing, and made for a great fan experience. Now, hey, why can't people watch the archived video of these games? We talk with UMHB coach Larry Harmon about what his team does with this Week 2 loss at Whitewater and how they channel it the rest of the season, plus Whitewater coach Kevin Bullis talks about the 180-degree turnaround of emotions between Week 1 and Week 2, plus the work his team put in this week to try to put the St. John's loss behind them. We also hear from UWW quarterback Evan Lewandowski and wide receiver Tyler Holte. But it's not just the top teams and it never has been. Pat and Greg talk about key stories from each region. Look at the bottom of this page to see all the teams listed. That's who we talk about in this podcast, and probably more. Fan question in our mailbag from @parentingonwhls: Are we going down the same old road with Ithaca again? (The one that starts 7-0?) Plus, you didn't think we were going to get through this podcast without talking about the donuts, right? We talk with the winning coach of the Glazer Bowl, because we were there. And wait, who's applying to Division II? The post ATN Podcast 310: Loving this alternate reality of D-III football appeared first on D3football.com » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast.
NESN Patriots beat writers Zack Cox and Dakota Randall join the show in South Florida to cover what to expect from the Patriots' new offense against Miami, how they should defend Tyreek Hill, three keys to a Pats victory, two matchups to watch and why Bill Belichick dragged the team to practice at a Division II school without football facilities. Plus, answers to your mailbag questions. The Pats Interference Football Podcast is Powered By BetOnline. Visit BetOnline.Ag & use promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! You can also listen and Subscribe to Pats Interference on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com every Tuesday! READ all of Andrew's work at https://www.bostonherald.com/author/andrew-callahan/
This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling Kansas State's Director of Athletics, Gene Taylor. Taylor was named the Director of Athletics at K-State in April 2017. During his tenure K-State has seen the football program qualify for three bowls, the men's basketball team win a Big 12 Championship, earn an Elite 8 appearance and advance to two NCAA tournaments and the women's track and field team win back-to-back Big 12 Outdoor championships. Additionally, Taylor and staff have fundraised and begun to implement a department-wide facility master plan that will benefit all Wildcat teams including the newly completed baseball and soccer projects in addition to Building Champions, a $105 million initiative focused on the South End Zone of Bill Snyder Family Stadium, a new volleyball arena, an Olympic Training Center and a football indoor practice facility. As Athletics Director at North Dakota State, Taylor immediately spearheaded a comprehensive evaluation of the Bison athletic department in 2001, all while successfully guiding the athletics program through the unpredictable waters of reclassification to NCAA Division I from Division II and securing conference affiliations for all 16 sports. In 2014, Taylor accepted the role of deputy athletics director at Iowa where he has been responsible for the administrative oversight of the department's day-to-day operations. Taylor is a 1980 business management graduate of Arizona State, and he received his master's degree in sports administration in 1985 from St. Thomas University in Florida. Taylor and his wife, Cathy, have one daughter, Casey, and a son, Jared. *** Tim Fitzgerald is a sports journalist who writes, does TV, radio and is a long-time podcaster. He has served as publisher of GoPowercat.com, a website that focuses on Kansas State sports, for nearly 25 years. Fitz also has stage four prostate cancer, so during the initial stages of the pandemic, his doctors have advised him to stay home and lay low. Now, Fitz is healthy and in remission, but his podcast lives on. Welcome to his life and the Life of Fitz podcast. Sign up for GoPowercat VIP access and get your first month for just $1! Want the latest Kansas State headlines sent to your inbox? Click to sign up for GoPowercat's daily newsletter! Make sure you subscribe to Life of Fitz at your favorite podcast provider, including Apple, Spotify or Amazon. Follow @LifeofFitz To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices