In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Deb Muller about the state of employee relations. Deb Muller (https://www.linkedin.com/in/debbiemuller/) is driven by an obsession to do things the right way, particularly in employee relations, where she has spent her career championing excellence and effectively managing workplace investigations. After serving in executive HR roles at numerous Fortune 500 companies including Honeywell, Citibank, and Marsh & McLennan, Deb launched HR Acuity to create technology with built-in expertise and equip organizations to manage employee relations more strategically. Deb provides a wealth of real-world experience and guidance to help companies strengthen processes, transform workplace culture, and elevate employee relations as a strategic driver of business success. Deb holds a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and an MA in Instructional Systems Development from the University of Maryland. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out BELAY here. Check out Backblaze at www.backblaze.com/hci. Head over to setapp.com/podcast to listen to Ahead of Its Time. Check out BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As co-owner of McLennan Design Build Remodel, Tim McLennan is grateful to partner with his wife, Alison, to empower their team, build a family-friendly company culture, and implement their vision to “enrich life at home” for clients and crew. Tim helps coach his team, consult with clients, and collaborate with project designers to refine project budgets and specifications. He enjoys empowering his team to grow personally and professionally while serving as a technical consultant. Start listening to Tim's story now!
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OverDrive's Jamie McLennan joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about Jake Muzzin missing the start of camp with back discomfort, if his health is a concern coming off an injury-plagued season, what he's expecting from the Leafs goalie tandem and Ilya Samsonov's upside.
Hour 2 as we continue a Mail it in Friday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes & Dave Feschuk as we're joined by TSN MLB Analyst Steve Phillips for his thoughts on the struggles of Whit Merrifield & the Cy Young chances for Alek Manoah. As well Jamie 'Noodles' McLennan stops by ahead of his return to the show next week!
Jim was one of the first fly-fishing guides on Alberta's Bow River, and is a well-known outdoor writer and speaker. He is the author of five books on fly fishing. He is contributing editor for Fly Fisherman and Fly Fusion magazines. This year, 2022 brings his new book Trout Tracks. Jim is also co-host, along with Derek Bird, of Fly Fusion Television, a series broadcast on the World Fishing Network. Lynda was a founding director of Casting For Life, a fly-fishing retreat for breast cancer survivors, and has been teaching fly fishing in various formats since the 1980s. She is a skilled photographer whose work appears in magazines, books, and on numerous websites. She has been a photographer for Highfield Stock Farm since 2012. Lynda is now spending time with her pens and pencils. Illustrations compliment Jim's writing throughout the new book Trout Tracks. In 2006 the McLennans were invited to represent Alberta's fly-fishing community at the Smithsonian's Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.
This episode is a recap of the music and film for I Am The Moon, IV. Farewell, with music journalist and past guest of this podcast, Scott McLennan. https://artsfuse.org/260723/album-review-the-tedeschi-trucks-bands-i-am-the-moon-part-four-farewell/, https://www.instagram.com/smclennan1010, Tedeschi Trucks Podcast on YouTube, http://instagram.com/tedeschitruckspodcast, http://instagram.com/adamchoit, http://twitter.com/adamchoit, http://tedeschitrucksband.com
Today on the show we were grateful for a sit down with Jim McLennan. Jim was one of the first guides on the Bow River, has authored 5 books, written for many a magazine, was co-owner of Calgary's first fly shop, worked for Orvis and runs regular fly fishing schools. We talk about his music, photography, writing, his passion for chasing fins all over the globe and what fly fishing has brought to his life. Thanks Jim for sharing your inspirational fly fishing story with our listeners. www. mclennanflyfishing.com
Born in Ottawa, Canada's glorious capital city, rob mclennan currently lives in Ottawa, where he is home full-time with the two wee girls he shares with the brilliant and utterly delightful poet and book conservator Christine McNair. The author of more than thirty trade books of poetry, fiction and non-fiction, he won the CAA/Most Promising Writer in Canada under 30 Award in 1999, the John Newlove Poetry Award in 2010, the Council for the Arts in Ottawa Mid-Career Award in 2014, and was longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize in 2012. He has published books with Talonbooks, The Mercury Press, Black Moss Press, New Star Books, Insomniac Press, Broken Jaw Press, Stride, Salmon Publishing and others, and his most recent titles include notes and dispatches: essays (Insomniac press, 2014), The Uncertainty Principle: stories, (Chaudiere Books, 2014) and the poetry collection A perimeter (New Star Books, 2016). Further poetry titles are forthcoming from Flat Singles Press and Salmon Publishing. Continue to read about Rob, here. To learn more about the book I read this poem from, the book of smaller, please click here. You can follow Rob on Twitter, here, and don't forget to visit above/ground press as well. As always, we would love to hear from you. Have you tried send me a message on the Eh Poetry Podcast page yet? Either way, we would like to reward you for checking out these episode notes with a special limited time coupon for 15% off your next purchase of Mary's Brigadeiro's amazing chocolate, simply use the code "ehpoetrypodcast" on the checkout page of your order. If you are a poet in Canada and are interested in hearing your poem on Eh Poetry, please feel free to send me an email: jason.e.coombs[at]gmail[dot]com Eh Poetry Podcast Music by ComaStudio from Pixabay --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ehpoetrypodcast/message
Jamie "Noodles" McLennan joined OverDrive on the Maple Toyota hotline to chat about witnessing Mark McGwire's greatness up close, the future of Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, what Kane can bring to a contender, the lack of movement in the trade and FA market in the NHL, expectations for the Flames and the landscape in the Atlantic Division.
This week, my guest is longtime guide, fly shop owner, journalist, musician, and all-around great guy Jim McLennan [40:26]. Jim is a thoughtful fly fisher who always has solid tips on fly-fishing techniques, and this week we talk about mayfly spinners—their mysteries, how to identify when they are active, and how to target trout feeding on them. Mayfly spinner falls are some of the best opportunities to catch large trout on a dry fly because trout gorge on them and sometimes get stupid, so it pays to have some intelligence on taking advantage of these opportunities. And this is a timely podcast because in most parts of the country, we are about to get into the prime season for the tiny Trico spinners. In the Fly Box this week, we have some intriguing questions and tips from listeners, including: Why can I do to prevent my mono eyes from breaking on my tarpon flies? How do I clean my saltwater flies after a trip so they aren't all mangled? Can I use more than one subsurface fly with a dry-dropper rig? How can I fish a deep plunge pool with a dry-dropper? I have broken a bunch of rods in the past couple years. Is it due to my bad casting? Some great tips from a relatively new angler on where to get the best help and advice. What is a good way to enjoy a fly-fishing trip with a young family? How can I break into writing stories and poems about fly fishing? Is using a stomach (throat) pump unethical, and is it looked down upon by other fly fishers? A tip for using neoprene socks when wet wading In the short and long term, what do you expect the results of the Yellowstone flood will be?
Over the past several weeks we have been sharing with you stories and testimonies that have illuminated various aspects of the missionary life. We've looked at the ways God calls and prepares those He sends into the mission field as well as the loved ones who stay behind in support. This week we come to the nitty gritty of missionary service – after all of the preparation, what does a cross-cultural worker actually do.Today we have the privilege of speaking with Tom McLennan. Tom is a long-time cross-cultural missionary with the organization Entrust. For over six and half years he served in outreach and evangelism in Russia and most recently has worked in training and resourcing based here in the U.S. He brings a wealth of experience in cross-cultural ministry to the table. To learn more about Tom's organization, Entrust, visit their website at www.entrust4.org.Go! Podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church Global ministry. Visit our website at www.findliberty.net.
OverDrive Co-Host Jamie McLennan joins the Free Agent Frenzy Preview Show to chat about his expectations for Matt Murray next season, a potential Reimer reunion in Toronto, Cam Talbot being dealt to Ottawa, backup options for the Leafs and the rest of the goaltending market in the NHL.
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features SMU Assistant Coach Brandon Wilkins. You see a lot of people that are from the state of Texas either move away and come back to Texas or they never leave. Brandon's golf journey is just that! He grew up in a small town called Aledo, Texas and was a solid player throughout his junior career shooting low numbers with the occasional high number. Wilkins played his first two years of college golf at McLennan Community College where he was able to develop his game and see what competitive golf was like. After his time at McLennan he found himself playing for Abilene Christian University, but that transition itself threw some obstacles at Wilkins. Professional golf wasn't something Brandon wanted to get into and soon landed his first coaching job at his alma mater. Since then he's loved every second of coaching and the places it's taken him. Coach Wilkins is going into his 3rd season with SMU and is looking to do the best job he possibly can for not only his players, but for a program he believes in. Enjoy the show!
Norm Murray was broadcasting on-location from Chinguacousy Park in Brampton and spoke with Dave McLennan. Dave is a retired Peel police officer. Upon retiring, Dave became Founder and President of "Boots On The Ground" - Peer Support For First Responders. Boots On The Ground provides 24/7 peer support to all first responders across Ontario including Police, Fire, EMS, Corrections and Nurses. It is completely volunteer run and all the volunteers taking calls on the helpline are fully trained and First Responders themselves, including Dave. 1-833-677-2668 http://www.bootsontheground.ca
OverDrive Co-Host Jamie McLennan joins Leafs Lunch to sift through the aftermath of Colorado winning the Stanley Cup. McLennan shares his thoughts on Nazem Kadri's not-so-subtle post-game jab at the Maple Leafs, Nathan MacKinnon following through on his promise to be better from a year ago, if Cale Makar has ended the debate for the NHL's best blue-liner, whether NHL teams can win with a non-Vezina caliber goalie after watching Darcy Kuemper get the job done for Colorado and more.
Today Tom is joined by Matt McLennan from century 21 McLennan and Co, to talk about the current real estate market and what we can expect to see in the coming year. Tom is also going to touch a little on the supreme court ruling that came down today. Follow Tom and The Valley Patriot on: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnmOQIeRxnrkI0iiH-ZEfYw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ValleyPatriot Public Celebrity Page: https://www.facebook.com/tomdugganJr/?ref=page_internal Podbean: https://payingattention.podbean.com/ #LocalPolitics #TheValleyPatriot #MerrimackValley #UnitedPodcastNetwork #Studio21PodcastCafe
Overdrive host and former NHL Goaltender Jamie McLennan joins the show to discuss his thoughts on the start of game 3, how good Colorado was in game 2, Vasilveskiy's bounce back game and his opinions on movies for kids,
OverDrive's Jamie McLennan joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about if the Avs can find a way to beat Vasilevskiy, how the Lightning can contain Makar, if the Cup final will come down to a battle of wills, and who could be a fit for the Leafs in goal next season.
Our guest today is an accomplished angler, author and teacher, Jim McLennan, we will discuss how Jim was heavily influenced in his outdoor pursuits by the late Leigh Perkins, the man who transformed Orvis into the company it is today. We will also discuss the nostalgia and pilgrimage that one experiences when visiting at trout town full of Fly Fishing culture and how Jim hosted some of the fly fishing greats in the early days of his guiding career. Also, we are lucky enough to have Jim do a reading from his new book at the end of the podcast and I think it is my favourite part of this episode. Visit Jim's web site to purchase his new book Trout Tracks, Essays on Fly Fishing his previous publications can be purchased here as well or you can sign up for a Fly fishing course and up your fly fishing game. https://www.mclennanflyfishing.com Our Sponsors Orvis For all your Fly Fishing, Upland Hunting and dog needs. https://www.orvis.com Diamondback Truck Bed Covers Protect your gear with the toughest, most secure, truck bed cover. https://diamondbackcovers.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faceless-fly-fishing/message
OverDrive's Jamie McLennan joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about the Oilers winning Battle of Alberta and how much credit Jay Woodcroft deserves, the criticism Ken Holland faced earlier this year for his roster construction, what went wrong for Markstrom and the Flames and why the Avalanche need to win for MacKinnon.
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OverDrive cohost Jamie McLennan joins Leafs Lunch to talk about why everything should be on the table for the Leafs this offseason when it comes to reshaping the team around the core, if Jack Campbell proved enough to be this team's starter long-term and what the Leafs do with Petr Mrazek.
What's the evidence at the crime scene that suggests a crime - other than the “Act of War” that the official narrative has presented?What arms industry contractors were deeply involved in the writing of the NIST report?Who was really in control of security at the World Trade Center?What was the role of Kroll Associates and Jerome Hauer in the 9/11 event?What really happened to John O'Neil - and why?What are the deeper connections of Mayor Giuliani that might shed light on 9/11?Who was really in control of security at the airports of the origin of the hijacked flights?Where did the investigation of the “9/11 insider trading” lead?What is the connection between the 9/11 event and the laundered drug money by the big banks?Why were the only fireproofing upgrades at the Twin Towers at and near the floors by the airplanes.What was the secret role of J. Paul Bremer at Marsh & McLennan, and in Iraq following 9/11? And what very interesting product development was he involved with?What are the implications of the elevator modernization by Ace Elevator at the Twin Towers the nine months prior to 9/11?Jeremy Rys is my guest on RichardGage911:UNLEASHED! He has a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Physics from Bridgewater State University. He has been investigating 9/11 and related events since 2004. He has also been a major contributor to the scientific debunking literature and videos including his work with Engineer Jonathan Cole on the “9/11 Experiments” series. He is also appreciated in the foreword of Kevin Ryan's book Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects.Visit the RichardGage911 website
Regular meals fell by the wayside as the McLennan clan rode the COVID train, but Jeff and Amy are able to stifle any lingering coughs long enough to chat about tips for meal planning. Lots of inspiration from Anthony Bourdain for this episode and Jeff's random tip is truly mind-blowing. Bon appetit!
In this episode, I'm really excited to have as my guest, Cait Donovan, one of New York City's leading burnout experts, host of “Fried – The Burnout Podcast,” and author of the book "The Bouncebackability Factor: End Burnout, Gain Resilience, and Change the World". Her master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine enables Cait to combine Eastern wisdom with her natural practicality. After performing more than 25,000 acupuncture treatments, Cait added 1:1 coaching, corporate workshops, and keynotes for companies such as PTC, Lululemon, Nexthink, Teradata, Vedder Price, Marsh and Mclennan, and Workplaceless – all with a focus on ending burnout culture. She is also author of Target Funding - a proven system to get the money and resources you need to start or grow your business. She has been featured on podcasts and online magazines such as “Forbes”, “NPR”, “The New York Post”, “Thrive Global”, as well as quoted in Oprah Magazine. In our discussion, Caitlin talked to me about: The three core symptoms of impending burnout Setting boundaries that are clear, kind and concise - external and internal The power of human connection Listen to the podcast to learn more. https://innovabiz.co/caitdonovan (Show Notes and Blog) https://innovabiz.com.au/innovabuzz/ (The Podcasts)
Dustin McComas and Drew Bishop recap their weekend at Franklin Ranch with Twelve Baseball and S2 Cognition. They again discuss the importance of S2 Cognition's testing results and also recap trips to see Cedar Hill and OU signee Tavion Vaughns and 2024 Vanderbilt commitment Tristan Bristow (Harlan). Plus, the duo talks Wyatt Wiatrek's commitment to McLennan, Summer Creek's Erick Arcay, MLB Opening Day and more.
Episode 10 on the Creative Influencer Show and today we are talking about Practicing Gratitude and How It Helps You Realize How Great Things Really Are! As you know (or if you are one of my small humans aka McLennan kid) you will know that I believe that practicing gratitude on a daily – why well because it's a game changer for a beautiful life and who doesn't want that.
TSN1050's OverDrive Co-Host Jamie McLennan joins Matt Cauz to discuss Maple Leafs' concerns about goaltender right now with the injuries racking up, what to expect throughout the process for players like Erik Källgren, Jack Campbell's return getting closer, and movies they saw as children that they weren't supposed to with a special guest chiming in as well!
In this week's episode, Mike and Tad discuss all the latest JUCO action, going in depth on the top NJCAA Div. I & II teams Tad saw on his most recent scouting trip. Tad shares his team and player scouting reports after sitting in on last week's series between Div. I powerhouses No. 11 San Jacinto-North (TX) vs. No. 25 Alvin (TX), San Jac vs. No. 5 McLennan (TX) and No. 3 Wabash Valley (IL) vs. No. 16 John A. Logan (IL), then breaks down a couple of Div. II rivalry matchups in No. 1 Pearl River (MS) vs. No. 11 East Central (MS) and No. 2 LSU-Eunice (LA) vs. Baton Rouge (LA). After a short break, Mike and Tad dissect PBR JUCO's latest NJCAA Top 25 team rankings, looking at the highest risers on each list as well as teams who could soon be in the mix. Updated NJCAA D1 Top 25: bit.ly/3wKWUqG Updated NJCAA D2 Top 25: bit.ly/36VkINu Updated NJCAA D3 Top 25: bit.ly/3wKW3Xa You can also listen to the JUCO Wire Podcast on... Apple: apple.co/2YOdB62 Spotify: spoti.fi/3jgopRB Follow us on Twitter: Mike Rosenbaum - twitter.com/goldensombrero Tad Slowik - twitter.com/tadslowik_pbr PBR JUCO - twitter.com/pbr_juco
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WWCode Conversations: Sonakshi Pandey, Data Analytics at Google and Cloud Track Lead at Women Who Code interviews Tieisha Smith, Chief Administration Officer for Infrastructure Technology at Marsh & McLennan. Tieisha talks about her non-linear path to leadership, how her time at Marsh & McLennan has helped her achieve her goals and her advice for future leaders. WWCode Career Nav: Winna Bridgewater, Senior Software Engineering Manager at Cazoo talks about career goals and simple approaches you can use to think about them. WWCode Talks Tech: Machine Learning for Gesture Recognition in a talk given by Ying LIU, a Research Associate of Machine Learning at the University of Leicester and TG0, who is also a Machine Learning Lead for Women Who Code London.
Co-host of Overdrive Jamie "Noodles" McLennan joins the show to talk about the changing mentality amongst goalies in the NHL, why the change in mentality, how players have adjusted to the change, gives his take on the Leafs situation and an honest insight on Kallgren so far.
This week we sat down with the queen of multi-tasking, Alison McLennan of McLennan Contracting, an award-winning design-build remodeling company in Lancaster, PA. Over the last 19 years, Alison has worn many different hats in the company, from helping clients with selections to reconciling financial records. But her favorite role has always been strategically planning the company's future and cultivating a workplace that empowers and enriches the lives of McLennan's team. So get comfy and press play to start listening to Alison's story! https://info.builderfunnel.com/builder-funnel-radio/alison-mclennan-of-mclennan-contracting
OverDrive's Jamie McLennan joins Julia and Cheryl Pounder to talk about what he liked about Erik Kallgren's game in his first start, what he remembers most about his own first NHL game, how difficult it is for a goalie to transition to a new team if they're part of a deadline deal.
In the second hour of Leafs Lunch, Julia Tocheri and Mike DiStefano talk to OverDrive co-host Jamie "Noodles" McLennan about the state of Jack Campbell's game and if there is a potential goalie that could be brought in to help the Leafs. Then Julia and Mike are joined by BarDown's Jesse Pollock to discuss taping his phone to his helmet and Phil Kessel continuing his Ironman streak.
One of the hosts of OverDrive, Jamie "Noodles" McLennan joins the show to discuss Spezza sitting, and probably hating it, if there is potential for the Leafs to go out and get a third goalie, teams potentially outscoring opponents down the stretch, and how the Leafs could potentially sure up their blueline
Justin Love, a young new inspirational country artist who now resides in Nashville, Tennessee. He began singing in the church at an early age. He started playing drums and wrote his first song later the same year. He learned to play the guitar with the help of his father, Lee Love and later added the piano and bass to the list. He moved to Waco, Texas where he attended classes at Mclennan community college.He graduated with his AAS two years later and then moved to Nashville where he met local singer/songwriter Keith Wayne Edwards, who then introduced him to his friend Grant Randolph. He first heard Justin perform the day after his arrival and knew he had a passion for music. Grant, a friend of his, began helping set up events for the three to play.Justin continues to write and perform any chance he gets. He is now working on his first country EP album, which features himself and Keith Wayne Edwards. He says this album shows his writing talent, as well as his true Texas roots.https://justinlovemusic.com/https://www.instagram.com/thejustinloveofficial/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/thejustinloveofficialHost - Trey Mitchelltreymitchellphotography IGfeeding_the_senses_unsensored on IGtrey mitchell: facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848For Sponsorship Information or Questions - email@example.comTheme Song - Damien HorneTake It From Me @damienhorne
Hear the story of a local athlete Caleb Balgaard as he chases his dream of becoming a professional baseball player. Caleb Balgaard Bio : 6'3", 215lbs, Utility Player from McLennan CC. Before being canceled by Covid-19 Balgaard was leading McLennan with a .370 Avg, and 3 HR's, in only 73 AB's. During his second collegiate summer season in the Northwood's Balgaard topped the leader board hitting .378 with 3 HR's, in 111 AB's. During his year at Iowa Western CC, with 202 AB's Balgaard hit .426 with 6 HR's, 20 doubles, 7 triples, 10 stolen bases, 71 runs scored, and led the team in RBI's with 74. Balgaard was a Howell High School 3-Time All State Athlete. 2-Time All State diver, and 4-Time state finalist in both diving and swimming. He was named to the Baseball All State Dream team his senior season batting, 445 with 5 HR's. In 5 years at Howell Balgaard had 15 HR's, 50 stolen bases and 106 RBI's. Balgaard is also superb in the classroom holding over a 3.6 gpa, and graduating high school with a 4.0. This is his story.
In this podcast Shae speaks with Darlene McLennan is the Manager of the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) and the National Disability Coordination Officer for Tasmania. Both of which are hosted by the University of Tasmania.
In this episode, we chat with https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganzimmermanwi/ (Megan Zimmerman) of Marsh & McLennan about the secrets behind her success and how brokers can redefine employee benefits in a rapidly changing workplace through smart use of data and bold collaboration. To learn more about the show and Brella, visit https://www.joinbrella.com/podcast (https://www.joinbrella.com/podcast).
Massachusetts' own, long time music journalist and critic, Scott McLennan recalls days growing up and seeing the band Boston at the Boston Garden. But this eclectic music fan and music buff was lucky enough to start following Susan Tedeschi's meteoric rise in New England from basically the beginning. Soon after he became a hardcore Derek Trucks fan too, and the rest is history. And today Scott recaps Tedeschi Trucks Band's final four shows of 2021, at Boston's Orpheum Theatre. Scott's review, https://www.instagram.com/smclennan1010, Tedeschi Trucks Podcast on YouTube, http://instagram.com/tedeschitruckspodcast, http://instagram.com/adamchoit, http://twitter.com/adamchoit, http://tedeschitrucksband.com
The championship theme continued thanks to McLennan head coach and 2021 JUCO national champion Mitch Thompson. The longtime, very successful coach shared thoughts on building a program, what he looks for in recruiting, some differences between D1 and JUCO, why he wants McLennan to be a springboard for his players and much more.
Still recovering from Halloween candy consumption, but definitely not candy corn, Drew Bishop and Dustin McComas cover an array of topics, including: player-led development; how the fall impacts college rosters and recruiting; recapping our recent interviews with Sean Allen (Texas), Josh Blakely (Texas State) and Bryce Elder (Braves); some standout 2022s and 2023s we saw recently; Texas vs. McLennan scrimmage; Halloween candy, World Series and more.