Team sport version of hockey played on grass or turf with sticks and a round ball
This week we introduce you to one of our 13 club sports at Bates: rugby! The rugby squad plays the University of Maine this Friday night at 7pm on Garcelon Field. Plus, our recap of the week that was in varsity athletics, including interviews with standouts from the Bates field hockey, volleyball and men's tennis and golf programs. All that and more, on the Bates Bobcast! Interviews this episode: 0:57 -- Ed Argast, Interim Head Coach, Football. 5:07 -- Alyssa Lowther '25, Volleyball. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 10:09 -- Nick Forester '23, Men's Tennis captain. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 17:23 -- Bridget Thompson '22, Field Hockey. 24:36 -- Jack Howard '22, Men's Golf captain. 33:33 -- George Schouten '22 and Tim Hunter '22, Club Rugby.
This week on the Bobcast we are celebrating our cross country teams winning the Bates Super Cross Country Shootout, including the women's squad outracing No. 5 Tufts. Plus, the field hockey team earned its first NESCAC win in convincing fashion and football battled Amherst to the wire. All that and more! Interviews this episode: 1:27 -- Ed Argast, Interim Head Coach, Football. 6:32 -- Mohamed Diawara '23, Wide Receiver, Football. (Male Bobcat of the Week) 14:37 -- Riley Burns '22, Field Hockey captain. (Female Bobcat of the Week) 21:15 -- Tara Ellard '22, Women's Cross Country captain. 27:57 -- Jackson Donahue '22, Men's Cross Country. 33:26 -- Simon Redfern '22, Placekicker, Football. (NESCAC Special Teams Player of the Week) 43:05 -- Paul Gastonguay '89, Head Coach, Tennis.
Men's lacrosse assistant coach Kip Turner talks about his experiences as a player and coach in the UVA program and junior midfielder discusses her role with the Virginia field hockey team and their hot start to the season.
On today's episode we get into a deep dive with Kent State Field Hockey Student Athletes Azure Fernsler and Jenna McCrudden on what it takes to defeat two ranked Field Hockey teams in the same week as well as building chemistry during a pandemic!
This week we remember All-American thrower Peter Goodrich '89, who died in the attacks of September 11, 20 years ago. Teammate Matthew Schecter '89 shares his memories of Peter and tells us more about the Peter Goodrich Memorial Scholarship. Plus, we continue our fall sports previews with volleyball, field hockey and football. Interviews this episode: 0:46 -- Matthew Schecter '89. Remembering Peter Goodrich '89, Men's Track and Field. 11:33 -- Emily Hayes, Head Coach, Volleyball. Season preview. 19:17 -- Dani Kogut, Head Coach, Field Hockey. Season preview. 27:10 -- Ed Argast (Interim Head Coach), Custavious Patterson (Offensive Coordinator), Keith Davis (Defensive Coordinator), Football season preview.
After a Final Four run in the spring, Iowa field hockey has high expectations as the Hawkeyes return to their normal fall season. Head coach Lisa Cellucci joins The Gazette's Leah Vann on the On Iowa Podcast to preview the season, plus talk about how she got hooked on Iowa field hockey from a young age, how international recruiting works, what it takes to be a successful goalkeeper in the sport and more.
Chief Brent Wilmot is in the studio with his mother, Nancy Wilmot. Nancy is the President of the Friends of Richards Free Library. We discussed the Richard Free Library's Book Festival being cancelled, however they will be doing a free book bazaar. We talk about the bazaar, how it will work, the differences in this event compared to the Festival in the past and more. She thanked the Newport football Team for their years of helping with the books, along with the Field Hockey and Soccer teams. Nancy and Brent also talked about Brent as a child. We learn about his paintball days, discuss who really broke the window in the basement and much more.
Dr Brendan Minihan, Superintendent of SAU 43, is on discussing the Newport School Board meeting Thursday's adoption of the mask requirements. Dr Minihan explains how masks are optional at the Newport School District, depending on the amount of transmission in each school. The School Board dropped the community transmission requirement in the matrix and will now only focus on school related coronavirus rates. We talked about how the Federal Government mandates masks on busses, free breakfast and lunch again for this school year, a closer return to normal, renovations of the Field Hockey and new Football practice field, going back to school and more.
Join Joe and I as we give our end of Olympics analysis on all (or since we are in Japan eel) that took place in the Tokyo Olympics including the USA Men's Basketball team overcoming a shaky start to win Gold against France (with Durant now cementing himself as the greatest Team USA basketball player ever); Doncic and his small county of Slovenia falling just short of a medaling by finishing 4th after back-to-back heartbreakers against France and Australia; Belgium winning an exciting and almost controversial gold medal in Men's Field Hockey that went to an exciting shoot out; and the A-team of USA Women's Beach Volleyball of April Ross and Alice Kleinman winning gold and putting themselves in line to be the next Kerri Walsh and Misty-May Trainor. All of this and more on The Dan & Joe Sports Show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dan-n-joesportsshow/support
Three boys from Melbourne's Punjabi community contributed to the unbeaten run and victory that the Under-13 North East Red Devils hockey has had at the Junior State Championship this year. Coach Daniel Brennan praised their game and hopes to see them make a future in hockey.
ਜਸ਼ਨਦੀਪ ਸਿੰਘ ਦਿਓਲ, ਪਰਮਦੀਪ ਸਿੰਘ ਅਤੇ ਨੌਨਿਹਾਲ ਸਿੰਘ ਇਸ ਮੁਕਾਬਲੇ ਦੇ 'ਨੋਰਥ ਈਸਟ ਮੈਟਰੋ ਜ਼ੋਨ' ਦੇ ਟ੍ਰਾਇਲਾਂ ਵਿੱਚ ਸ਼ਾਮਿਲ ਹੋਏ ਅਤੇ ਵਿਕਟੋਰੀਆ ਦੀ 'ਰੈਡ ਡੇਵਿਲਜ਼' ਟੀਮ ਵਿੱਚ ਚੁਣੇ ਗਏ ਸਨ। ਇਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਦੀ ਟੀਮ ਪੂਰੇ ਟੂਰਨਾਮੈਂਟ ਵਿੱਚ ਅਜੇਤੂ ਰਹੀ ਅਤੇ ਜੂਨੀਅਰ ਸਟੇਟ ਹਾਕੀ ਚੈਂਪੀਅਨ ਬਣੀ। ਇਸ ਇੰਟਰਵਿਊ ਵਿੱਚ ਅਸੀਂ ਇਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਬੱਚਿਆਂ ਦੀ ਮਾਣ-ਮੱਤੀ ਪ੍ਰਾਪਤੀ, ਸਿਖਲਾਈ ਤੇ ਅਭਿਆਸ ਦੀ ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ ਬਾਰੇ ਗੱਲਬਾਤ ਕੀਤੀ।
Join Whoop VP of Performance Science - Kristen Holmes and Jason Stella discuss........What is Whoop and your Mission is to “Unlock Human Performance” ?Why are HRV, RHR, respiratory rate & Sleep Performance the best indicators of performance readiness?How do these 4 dictate someone's readiness to perform?What is "strain" and how does whoop use the "strain coach" to help dictate your daily workout intensityHow has the whoop score helped improve health & well-being?What is the relationship between respirtatory rate and Covid 19?How can listeners get a discount on the product and service?Kristen Holmes Bio• Vice President of Performance Science at WHOOP, Kristen Holmes drives thought leadership by engaging with industry leading researchers and partners to better understand individual and team biometric and performance data across high stakes verticals. • Kristen also works with hundreds of the best tactical, professional, surgical teams, and NCAA Athletes/Teams in the world helping them interpret WHOOP data to optimize training, recovery, and sleep behavior. • Kristen was the Head Field Hockey Coach for more than a decade at Princeton University, during which time she won a National Championship and was named National Coach of the Year and Ivy League Coach of the Year. • Kristen graduated from the University of Iowa where she was a 2x Big 10 Athlete of the year, including being a 3x All-American in Field Hockey and Big 10 Champion in Basketball.Social and Web• www.whoop.com• @whoop on all channels ; • @kristen_holmes2126 on Instagram: • Kristen Holmes on Linkedin
Mark is not only a coffee lover, 2x Pan American Medalist, 2x Olympian, but he's headed to his third Olympics this summer at the Tokyo 2020/2021 Games. We check in with him after practice before he heads to the Games to represent Team Canada!
This week, Aarav and Arsh discuss how the 2021 College World Series went down, their predictions for the 2021 Stanley Cup Finals, and an interview with USA Women's National Team Field Hockey Player, Haley RandallChapters:0:00 Introduction0:42 College World Series5:07 Stanley Cup Predictions8:32 Interview with Haley RandallBe sure to check them out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoBrothersandTheirSports#TampaBayLightning #HaleyRandall #CollegeWorldSeries #MontrealCanadians #NFL #MLB #NCAA #CWS #WorldSeries #TampaBayRays #TampaBayBuccaneers #Vanderbilt #MississippiState #TannerAllen #KumarRocker #JackLeiter #USA #FieldHockey #USWNT #BraydenPoint #StanleyCup #NHLSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)
PJ is on talking about the upcoming Summer Rec Camp starting on 6/21, the trips planned, the new fields being fixed up by the High School in Newport - aka the new Field Hockey field, the need for field space, things happening in Newport and more.
This week the coaches sit down with Caroline Letner from Strive and Gina Stephan, Bridgewater College Women's Field Hockey coach, to talk about mental wellness in athletics 00:00 - 06:45 - Diamonds kick off, 3v3 tournament and we're almost a year of the podcast 06:46 - 1:06:13 - Caroline Letner from Strive and Gina Stephan, Bridgewater College Women's Field Hockey coach 1:06:14 - 1:37:18 - Super League, USMNT & USWMNT, Conmebol qualifiers, EUROS, Player of the Match, This Day in Soccer History, Fair Play Award
This week we are celebrating this year's virtual reunion with a special trip down memory lane with Bobcats from years past. We'll hear from student-athletes who graduated as recently as 2016 and as far back as 1976, as they reflect on their times at Bates. Interviews this episode: 1:08 -- Ahmed Abdel Khalek '16, Two-Time National Champion, Men's Squash. 8:27 -- Rebecca Waldo '11, Three-Time All-American, Women's Rowing. 20:28 -- Pat Williams '11, Men's Squash Captain, Executive Director, SquashDrive. 29:21 -- Julie Roche Simplicio '91, Two-time ECAC Champion, Volleyball and Honorable Mention All-American, Women's Basketball. 37:52 -- Jeff Helm '76, Co-Founder, Men's Lacrosse. 47:26 -- Claudia Turner '76, Team Captain, Field Hockey, Women's Basketball and Softball.
Episode 8 on the 8th! Thanks for tuning in for another episode of Flat and Thru! We are excited to have Ryan Langford on the podcast today, Assistant Coach at the University of Michigan. They were BIG Ten Champs and the NCAA runner-up in this year's unusual season (and as you know, Leslie's alma mater). We start this episode with a peek into what DI athletics looked like during the fall and spring. We chat about the prep behind the uncommon format of this spring season - conference only play, COVID regulations, testing, etc. And then we dive into the topic of losing on such a big stage and how to move forward, channeling loss into motivation. Along the way, we talk a lot about Michigan field hockey and its culture which drove them to the National Championship game. Enjoy!
Coach Pacitti is currently an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Northeastern University in Boston, MA in his 3rd year. He works directly with Men's Basketball, Volleyball, Field Hockey, Track & Field, and Men's Rowing. Prior to Northeastern, Coach Pacitti interned at Harvard University, Boston University, and Saint Anselm College. He is a graduate of Saint Anslem College, where he played Lacrosse. Coach’s Contact Information Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - coach_pacitti ________________________________________________________ TeamBuildr Thank you TeamBuildr for sponsoring today's episode. Teambuildr is the leading software for high schools and colleges by providing coaches the ability to write programs online, generate over 13 reports and even train athletes remotely for side-income. Right now, if you sign up with code BigTime, you will receive a free APRE programming template which works automatically within TeamBuildr. No more spreadsheets and workout cards to track training maxes that change day by day. Automate your programming without outsourcing your programming with TeamBuildr." af.tbldr.co/BigTime _______________________________________________________ Power Lift Power Lift is the leading manufacturer and distributor of heavy duty strength training equipment for Collegiate and High School athletic performance centers around the world. Power Lift brings over 20 years of experience to the strength and conditioning world. All products are manufactured in their state of the art manufacturing facility in Jefferson, IA. Power Lift is proud to support all coaches making it the Big Time where they are at. Mike Richardson - email@example.com _______________________________________________________ Big Time Strength Contact Info Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @BigTime_SC, Instagram: bigtimestrength Gage Rosier Contact Info Twitter: @gdrosier Instagram: g.rosier Preston Pedersen Contact Info Twitter: @CoachPedersenMV Instagram: coach_pedersen Amanda Berg Contact Info Twitter: @ChargerTough Instagram: chargertough Miles Clifton Contact Info Twitter: @milescclifton Instagram: milescclifton Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed the episode please subscribe, like, share, or leave a comment. ___________________________________________________
In this episode, Hall welcomes Caroline Lewis, Partner at Rogue Venture Partners and Managing Partner of Rogue's Women's Fund. Rogue Venture Partners is a venture capital firm specializing in investments in startups. It seeks to invest in new and growing businesses in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The company invests in entrepreneurs that reject the status quo, and who are driven by market traction. Rogue values ingenuity, insight and intelligence, and accelerates entrepreneurial success with resources, values and vision. Rogue is committed to increasing Oregon's entrepreneurial footprint through committed, sustainable investment in new businesses and growing enterprises. Rogue optimizes its fund to ensure alignment between investors and founders generating outsized venture returns on market-based exits and are actively investing out of Fund IV and the Rogue Women's Fund. Rogue focuses on Consumer Health/Tech and B2B SaaS and enterprise in E-Commerce, and Aging/Care tech. Caroline identifies new investment opportunities for Rogue and leverages her previous experience to assist portfolio companies with growth. She is a Kauffman Fellow and is a board observer for Stix, Source, All Voices, Edify, Caregiven, and EnviralTech. Prior to Rogue, Caroline was Senior Director in Strategy and Operations for Global Design, Product, and Merchandising at Nike where she managed a portfolio of strategic programs focused on consumer experience, digitization, and big data. Prior to being recruited to work for Nike, Caroline was a technology consultant for Propeller and Hitachi Consulting, working with Fortune 100 companies on enterprise technology implementations and organizational restructuring. Her love for start-ups comes from her early career experience as a founder for an e-commerce business and as a leader at a consumer health product company. Caroline graduated as a Division 1 Field Hockey player with an MS in Psychology from Davidson College. She then received an MBA with a focus on entrepreneurship from Portland State University. Caroline discusses her investment thesis and some of the startups that fit the thesis. She advises entrepreneurs and investors and shares some of the challenges she sees startups facing these days. You can visit Rogue Venture Partners at , and via LinkedIn at . You can visit Rogue's Women's Fund at . Caroline can be contacted via email at , and via LinkedIn at . Music courtesy of .
Lauren Lee is a VP at JPMorgan Asset Management and a former NCAA Field Hockey Player. A tech innovation, transformations, and operations leader, Lauren is motivated by data-driven decisions that enable businesses to run more efficiently, reliably, and sustainably. Lauren focused on strategy and transformation, including regional and global target operating models, large-scale technology innovation, and industry change. Prior to JP Morgan Asset Management, Lauren was a VP at Goldman Sachs. In this episode, we discuss: - Why Lauren chose field hockey as her favourite sport coming out of high school - How she made the decision to choose Hofstra University when deciding on her NCAA playing career - Why Lauren believes digital transformations are all about people - One trick we can all use when we feel like not giving our best in a certain role - How Lauren hires her team in a large organization - And one thing every executive can do to come out of this pandemic stronger
In Don't @ Me (3:34), Tom discusses a few highlights from the book, "Calling Bullshit" and how they remind him of some important principles in education. Then, Tom is joined by Ken O'Connor (16:00) to discuss his journey from Melbourne to Toronto, to talk assessment & grading (of course), and to learn about his illustrious Field Hockey umpiring career!. Finally, in Assessment Corner (1:11:21), Tom focuses on the idea of teaching to the test and what we can do to try to mitigate the fact that sometimes people’s behavior changes when they know they are being tested. Ken O'Connor on Twitter: @kenoc7 SBL&G Facebook Page: SBL&G Achieve Virtual Institute (August 16-18, 2021) Email the Podcast: email@example.com Podcast on Twitter: @TomSchimmerPod Tom on Twitter: @TomSchimmer Instagram: tomschimmerpodcast Facebook: Schimmer Education Website: www.tomschimmer.com
This episode features a quiet leader in human performance, Sean Skahan. Sean is in his fifth season as Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Minnesota Wild. He served in the same capacity for the Men's Ice Hockey and Field Hockey teams at Boston University in 2015-16. Prior to joining the Terriers in the summer of 2015, Skahan spent 13 seasons as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Anaheim Ducks. During his time with the Ducks, the team advanced to the Stanley Cup in 2003 and won the 2007 Stanley Cup. Prior to working with the Ducks, Skahan served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston College (2001-02) and the University of North Dakota (2000-01). Sean presents at strength and conditioning conferences worldwide when his schedule permits and is the author of Total Hockey Training. He is also the proud father of two boys, Will and Wyatt. Enjoy!
Alex Mega joins the show. Alex talks about how she got into field hockey, what it was like winning a state championship, how her passion grew for field hockey, this season playing basketball and much more! Find out more at https://the-rhody-runback.pinecast.co
Today's guest has had enormous success in the field of hockey. Mastering the technique of drag-flicking, he is one of the most sought-after drag-flick specialist coaches in the world. As a member of the Australian men's national field hockey team, he won a world championship in 2010, an Olympic bronze, and two Commonwealth gold medals. After retiring professionally in 2012, he has worked with the Australian national field hockey teams, both with the men's Kookaburras and the women's Hockeyroos. He also had enormous success as the head drag-flick coach for the Belgium Red Lions and Belgium's Red panther. He is now the head women's coach for the Tassie Tigers and is inspiring and developing the next generation of hockey talent across Tasmania.
With David Nasternak and Alex Drain. I think we’re going to rename this “The Michigan Othersportscast” and get a sponsor. Segment 1: Field Hockey, Softball, and Baseball Field Hockey Comes Oh So Close Is it Sustainable? Baseball Pitches...until Sunday Softball also Pitches...until Sunday Segment 2: Michigan Hockey Professional Alumni We walk through the 15-20 NHL players Werenski, Larkin, GLENDENING, Trouba Hyman, Hughes, Max Patch Carl and the Winnipeg Boyz --------------------------------- MUSIC NHL on ESPN Theme "Crazy Town”—Butterfly Ice Hockey (NES) theme
Does mouth taping during sleep improve recovery? How can you use breath to down-regulate stress throughout the day? What is HRV and why does it matter? Kristen Holmes is the Vice President of Performance Science at WHOOP. She works with top researchers and hundreds of the best tactical, pro and collegiate athletes and teams in the world to optimize training, recovery and sleep. Kristen was a 3x All American and 2x Big 10 Athlete of the year at the University of Iowa competing in both Field Hockey and Basketball. She was a 7-year member of the U.S. National Field Hockey Team and one of the most successful coaches in Ivy League history, having won 12 league titles in 13 seasons and a National Championship at Princeton University.Kristen is a leading mind in the fields of high performance and recovery. I’ve learned a great deal from her work and the conversations we’ve had, so I’m excited to finally have her on the show and to share this interview with you. The best place to follow Kristen is on LinkedIn.
Today's episode features Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Kaitlin Hawk. We dove into the science of how the food effects our brain and our mood. We discussed what foods to eat and what foods to avoid to combat a number of mental health issues. We also discussed the role of a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and how vital they can be in someone's life as it pertains to mental health. This episode was jam packed with a ton of great information you are not going to want to miss. Enjoy! Kaitlin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kaitlin.hawk/ Kaitlin's website: https://www.fullyrootednutrition.com/ Monkey Mind Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/monkeymindathletes/ Monkey Mind website: https://monkeymindathletes.com/
Carolina is finding success all over the place including Field Hockey winning its third straight National Championship (6:02)Field Hockey star Erin Matson joins to discuss three straight titles, her championship-winning overtime goal, hugging her dad and smack talking opponents (11:07)Awesome interview with Joseph Forte on his time at Carolina, his smooth offensive game, accountability and just where he's been for the last decade (30:14)Plus: it turns out ADAM is the true fall risk (1:03:02) and Mia Hamm is disgusted by a cheating golfer in #Storytime (1:12:22)
All month, we're talking about Olympians. Tune in to hear incredible stories of women who either were in the Olympics or likely should have been!Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we’ll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know -- but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Leading Ladies, Activists, STEMinists, Local Legends, and many more. Encyclopedia Womannica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures.Encyclopedia Womannica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, and Brittany Martinez. Special thanks to Shira Atkins, Edie Allard, and Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter
As the Iowa field hockey team prepares for Friday's Final Four game against North Carolina, The Gazette's Leah Vann welcomes Hawkeyes Nikki Freeman and Anthe Nijziel on the latest On Iowa Podcast. They discuss their season, postseason, run backgrounds in the sport and how tips for first-time field hockey fans.
Co-host of We Stan Together, Caitlin Bitzegaio (@caitorade), joins me to discuss her high school mix. We talk about how some of these songs you'd definitely hear at a field hockey tournament, or used as a solo song at a dance competition. There's a little bit of Fiona Apple, Ani DiFranco, Indigo Girls, Ms. Lauryn Hill, and Rent. We also tackle the hard question of which one is better Sister Act or Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit. *Spoiler Alert* There is no wrong answer. Let me know what you're listening to @thisisthemix. Listen to the mix here. — SHOW INFORMATIONInstagram: Instagram Twitter: Twitter Apple Podcasts: Subscribe Spotify: Follow
Rutgers Field Hockey took a big step forward in 2021, with the future looking very bright. Head Coach Meredith Civico joins Aaron Breitman to break down everything they accomplished this past season, the disappointment of getting snubbed and missing out on the NCAA Tournament, what fans can look forward to next year, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another episode of Quick Talks! This week we have Saint Joseph's University athletic trainer Nate Miller on the pod. We talk how he became a trainer, what the process is like, what goes into the job, the grind, and more. We get into his favorites parts of the job, the different injuries and tendencies of different sports, and the difficulties of the job. We also talk winning championships and his incredible golf game (including his hole in 1!). This is a great episode with some awesome insight into athletic training and the science of sports. Listen, enjoy, and as always, rate 5 stars, subscribe, and share with a friend!Nate Miller: https://www.instagram.com/nathanmiller50/?hl=enEverything Quick Talks: https://linktr.ee/QuickTalksMake a Difference: https://www.4ocean.com/pages/bali-equipment
Blair Ingraham ’14 played field hockey for four years at Wesleyan under head coach Patti Klecha-Porter and two years of women’s lacrosse under head coach Holly Wheeler. After a successful playing career, she returned to Middletown to pursue her Master’s degree while acting as a graduate assistant coach for both programs, learning from Klecha-Porter and current women’s lacrosse coach Kim Williams. Ingraham, who has a strong family history at Wesleyan, is now an Associate Director of Admission, and Field Hockey and Girls’ Lacrosse Program Director, at the St. George’s School in Middletown, R.I.