On this edition of the Chippewa Hockey Download hosts Devin, Joe, and Regan sit down with a member of the CMU D3 ACHA Men's Hockey Team, Charlie Hayes.-The boys catch up with their summer plans and experiences working in media, as well as Regan's time as an umpire for baseball.-As Assistant Captain and former Team President, Charlie talks how him and high school teammate Austin Whaley came to CMU during a difficult time in the team's history, his time as team president, and what it was like to thereafter win the 2020 conference title, the Vezina Cup.-The group recaps this past season for the D3 Chippewas, highlighting their best (and worst) moments during another successful year and bid to the National Tournament, and the hard fought season finale game against Hope College.-Chippewa Hockey Download's Ring of Fire! A segment of rapid fire questions for guests of the CHD.Finally, Charlie and hosts spotlight some of CMU Hockey's newly recruited cast of players that they hope will continue the team's success into this season, as well as a small preview of the schedule for the 2022-2023 campaign.All this and more on this episode of CHD! New Episodes dropping weekly!
For the first time in its history, Dillard sends a team to the National Tournament! Dozens of teams from around the country descend on Lancaster, PA, to not only admire the trophies, but to battle each other in the old courthouse. Adria has brought her team to the Promised Land in what will be her last tournament with the team. History will be made. Learn more about the schools, programs and special guests: Dillard University Pre-Law Program American Mock Trial Association National Black Law Students Association National Bar Association Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Legal Defense FundEqual Justice Initiative Harvard Law School UC Hastings Law SchoolSouthern University Law CenterNational Association for Law Placement (NALP)Follow us on Twitter @ClassActionPod and Instagram @ClassActionPodVisit our show page for transcripts and more details about the series at ClassActionPod.comFollow host Katie Phang on Twitter @KatiePhang and Instagram @KatiePhang. This episode had additional field production by Jason FosterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Noobs show we bring you something a bit different. This week I got to fish my first national tournament, The Hobie BOS on the Susquehanna River. On the show this week, I break down my experience from going on the waiting list to fishing day 2 and tell the listeners all about the process, and all the different ways it helped me grow as an angler and as a person! I just wanted to say a big thank you to Ethan Jett and Stuart Staples for hanging out with me this weekend. You guys were great and I had a great time and a ton of good conversations! Also a shout out to Ryan Reardon and Joshua Simms for allowing me to fish with them on Day 1. Our regular show will return with a new guest next week! Dale Hollow Lodging- www.eastport.info Fantasy Kayak League- www.paddlenfin.com/fantasy Waypoint TV- https://waypointtv.com Patreon-https://www.patreon.com/paddlenfin Podcast & Website- www.paddlenfin.com YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/paddlenfin Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Social Media- @paddlenfin Yak Gadget- www.yakgadget.com Pelican Professional- www.pelican.com Rocktown paddlesports - rocktownadventures.com JigMasters Jigs- https://jigmasters.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on LaxStamina for our season finale Bobby sits down with Gannon Univeristy Club Lacrosse. This is an upstart program of sorts. They got their start just a couple season before COVID shut us all down and the start of this program was a family affair. Bobby is joined by student leaders Erek Iwankenko, Luke Smallwood and Josh Pavlovich. Erek Iwanenko started the team with his parents Mary and Dr. Walter Iwanenko. Dr. Iwanenko is the school Provost and Vice President of the Student Experience. Mary is a faculty member at Gannon, the Director of the Health Center and an advisor on the club lacrosse team. The guys say these two are Team Mom and Team Dad. Team Mom and Team Dad are also joined by the proud Team Uncle Edwin Voll. Also a staff member at Gannon and a team advisor. With this power team Gannon went from 8 players in year 1 to 25 this season. This season ended in the Elite Eight in Annapolis at the National Tournament. This is one of a kind episode about student leadership, family and what it takes to start a program from the ground up. Please enjoy Bobby's conversation with the Gannon University Men's Club Lacrosse Team.
Simon and Kodey recaps the 2022 NAIA Women's Flag Football National Tournament! Plus we announce award finalists. 0:00-1:59 Intro 2:00-6:00 Pool Play Thomas vs Milligan 6:01-9:26 Pool Play Kansas Wesleyan bs Webber 9:27-11:41 Pool Play Cottey vs Keiser 11:42-19:30 Pool Play Warner vs University of Saint Mary 19:31-24:03 Pool Play Ottawa vs Florida Memorial 24:04-26:27 Pool Play Midland vs Saint Thomas 26:28-32:13 Pool Play Thomas vs Webber 32:14-34:12 Pool Play Milligan vs Kansas Wesleyan 34:13-36:08 Pool Play Cottey vs Saint Mary 36:09-41:08 Pool Play Keiser vs Warner 41:09-42:52 Pool Play Florida Memorial vs Midland 42:53-49:44 Pool Play Ottawa vs Saint Thomas 49:45-50:54 Bracket Explanations/Set Up 50:55-1:00:11 Gold Bracket Matchup Saint Thomas vs Webber 1:00:12-1:03:34 Silver Bracket Matchup FMU vs Cottey College 1:03:35-1:09:11 Gold Bracket Keiser vs Warner 1:09:12-1:10:18 Silver Bracket Saint Mary vs Milligan 1:10:19-1:15:03 Gold Bracket Quarterfinal Thomas vs Webber 1:15:04-1:17:54 Silver Bracket Quarterfinal FMU vs Kansas Wesleyan 1:17:55-1:26:05 Gold Bracket Quarterfinal Ottawa vs Keiser 1:26:06-1:28:46 Silver Bracket Quarterfinal Midland vs Saint Mary 1:28:47-1:44:37 Silver Bracket Championship 1:44:38-2:02:24 National Championship 2:02:25-2:03:50 Playmaker of the Week 2:03:52-2:18:42 Day 1 Reactions (Pool Play) 2:18:43- 3:00:59 Day 2 Reactions (Bracket Play) 3:01:00-4:16:08 Day 3 Reactions (Championship Games) 4:16:09-4:31:09 Power Rankings 4:31:10-4:39:30 End of The Year Award Finalists 4:39:31- Outro https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
Today on LaxStamina we recap the National Tournament. This past weekend we had 16 teams descend upon the Naval Academy for our first National Tournament in 2 years. The last time we crowned a champion in the NCLL was in 2019. The last 2 season of course upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. So it was extra special to get back to the tournament. At the Naval Academy, their 2019 Frederick Cup sits in the Student Athlete Center amongst trophies from the best college athletic leagues in the country. That is the trophy you all compete for year in and year out and the trophy we awarded this weekend. On today's episode Bobby Audley sits down for a final time this season with our National Director Jamie McNealy and our Director of Competition Matt Reilly. Jamie and Matt worked their butts off to make this weekend happen. Getting drenched in the process! The weather was some of the worst Jamie has seen in his time with the league. But our players and fans toughed it out! You will hear about the weather on this episode and a whole lot more. You will also hear from the players. Bobby was on hand for the Final Four and did his best to get post game reactions in the Press Box. These are plugged into this episode with no transitions when they are relative to our conversations. We will announce the final All-Tournament Team selections at the end of the week. Stay tuned for that. We will announce our August meeting dates. Stay tuned for that. And we have one more episode of the show dropping this week. Bobby sat down with Gannon to talk about their journey starting their team. It's a family affair! You are going to want to hear all about their journey and success. Stay tuned for that later this week. For now, enjoy Bobby's National Tournament recap with Jamie and Matt.
“I'm a Weird Guy, Jeff”… The guys are back with stories from the ACL's 3rd National Tournament of the season in Salt Lake City! From behind-the-scenes conversations with celebrity players in the SuperHole Pro/Am Event to the biggest winners and losers of the weekend, and even Jeff's mysterious car problems… no stone was left unturned from a big weekend of action in Utah. Plus, Jeff & Bernie discuss a more emotional part of the weekend after meeting the family of Drayke Hardman in person. Hear how ESPN and the ACL teamed up to bring some joy back to this family recently struck by an un-thinkable tragedy.
Today on LaxStamina let's talk National Tournament! It is here. This is incredibly exciting. Once again we bring on Matt and Jamie to go through the match ups. They talk about the games they saw last weekend. Jamie saw A LOT. He put many many miles on his car going to see you play. He is truly the best National Director this league could ask for. Matt saw some games too. The two of them talk about every last one on this episode. Also on this episode, everything you need to know for this weekend. Arrival. Parking. Schedule. What to expect. You name it. Head over to NCLLAX.com to download the 2022 National Tournament Guide for everything you need to know if you are traveling to playing in Annapolis this weekend.
Today on the Max Out Mindset podcast, I have a husband-and-wife team. Their four years of coaching at Concordia University Volleyball have taken this team to heights never reached, including a couple of Elite Eight finishes the past two years in the NAIA National Tournament. They do a wonderful job of staying process-focused. They do an equally great job of staying true to the Core Values for the team. These have helped them this year, more than ever, stay focused on improvement rather than the win-loss record. It paid off in the 2nd half of the fall 2021 season, culminating in a tremendous run in the GPAC Conference Tournament, followed by a deep run in the National Tournament. I always say that one of the key ingredients of great teams is to have complementary roles and crush these roles. The Boldt's do just that for their “coaching team,” with the beneficiary being Concordia Volleyball.
Today on LaxStamina Bobby sits down with 9X NCLL DI National Champions Navy Club Lacrosse. Specifically with Head Coach Colin Smith and Club President Jack Streeter. Navy won it all in 1994, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016 and 2019. Today on the podcast we talk about how Navy runs their program, what makes them unique in our league as an Academy and we talk about the upcoming National Tournament. All signs are pointing to Navy being the host school. Just waiting on a few pieces to confirm that. Which would be awesome. That is a one of kind campus in this country. Leave us a rating and review! If every person who is listening RIGHT NOW left a rating and review we would be one of the most legit podcasts in lacrosse! We are getting great engagement, I appreciate you for listening. Now just hit subscribe, leave a rating and review.
We continue the 2022 NAIA Post Season player interviews with NAIA Men's Basketball National Tournament Most Valuable Player - Myles Burns. Myles discusses how he started in high school with big football dreams, until he discovered his love and natural talent for basketball. Myles also discusses how his dedication to being a student of the game, helped him become one of the top defenders in NAIA Men's Basketball. Myles also talks about what made Loyola New Orleans such a special team in 2021-22. Music: Hard Sell Hotel by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
No Chris vs the Fans today with the show in Peoria for Spring Training so they talked about the 16 year old amateur golfer who won the Augusta Women's National Tournament, who is also from San Diego. They also made their AL West picks and Skraby led them through The Big 5!
On this episode of the Breakdown, John Ferreira and Ken Wood discuss this past weekend's national tournaments, upcoming tournaments, and briefly touch upon the Connecticut Fishing & Outdoor Show. From there they segue into the start of the Massachusetts Kayak Bassin' and then delve into some kayak tournament fishing tips and tricks for noobs. Check it out! FOLLOW JOHN FERREIRA Instagram | Facebook | YouTube FOLLOW KEN WOOD Instagram | Facebook | YouTube --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebreakdownfishpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebreakdownfishpod/support
Steven and Nate talk about the latest on the Royals with former pitcher Jaime Bluma and break down what's been happening in the Women's National Tournament with former KState WBB Wildcat Missy Heidrick See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This weeks episode of "Around the Boards" features Matt and Dom trying to figure out what has gone wrong with the VGK over the last few months. Also, a look at the Skatin Rebels final home series and how the team might do at the National Tournament in St. Louis.
We continue our conference tournament predictions, recap our final Series of the Week, and shed light on the Women's National Tournament along with the Men's D1 ACHA National Tournament. We are joined once again by Senior forward from Quinnipiac, TJ Friedmann (20:27).
We recap the Ellensburg Girls season for the ages, and we cover some Central Womens Hoops as they prepare for the National Tournament. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eric-sorensen/message
Coach and Bobby recap the past week and a half for the Chargers since their first round loss against Dakota Wesleyan. Then, Coach discusses the Chargers' NAIA tournament first round matchup against a tough Bethel Thresher program.
When you have the chance to speak with Cara Morey, you can feel that you are in the presence of a person who is not just a "winner" but someone who is meant to do "more". Cara Morey is the Head Coach of the Princeton Tigers - Women's Varsity Hockey team. She was named head-coach in 2017-18, and since she had done nothing else but ... "Win" ... Since her inception as head coach during the 2017-18 season, the team has; won its first ECAC title, won an Ivy League Championship, had two NCAA Quarter Finals Appearances, and set the team record for the most wins as coach. This former member of the Canadian National Team Program member as an athlete for two years, has gone back to coach within the program as well. As a player she's won Gold (Nations Cup), and as a coach, she has won Gold, Silver, and Bronze. She was a two sport athlete at Brown University - Ice hockey and field hockey. As an ice hockey player, she was an All-ECAC and Ivy League Player. She also was able to lead her team to three National Tournament appearances, of which she had two Runners-Up/Finalist appearances. She is also the FIRST female coach to be invited to work with the Philadelphia Flyers. This interview is filled with tons of insight and incredible coaching nuggets of gold! After speaking with Cara, you can't help but feel as if she has just made you "smarter" ... Her perspectives as a coach, athlete and mentor display her tremendous insights regarding the mental make-up and mindset of an athlete. Cara's ability to tap into her athlete's mindset so as to get the "most" out of each of them provides both an understanding of what each athlete may need (individually) as well as a heightened level of emotional intelligence needed as both a coach and leader of future champions ... on and off the ice! Cara's leadership style has fueled her to not only win at every level she has competed within, as both an athlete and coach - it has now allowed her to develop her own leadership company which has been dubbed ... "Lead With Cara" ... If her career statistics could talk about accomplishments as both an athlete and as a coach ... Her future as a developer of future leaders is bound to be a success as well ... Cara Morey email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/headset-sports/support
Teague is joined by Gabby Lord-Klein and Laura Bartoszek for a great informational episode on how to get into Spring and Summer wrestling opportunities! Gabby and Laura provide an overview of what the WWF is, discuss training/tournament opportunities during Spring and Summer, and give great insight on the National Tournament experience in general! In addition to this podcast, Gabby and Laura also provided many links/contact information to help kids and parents who are looking for wrestling outside of the Winter season, all of which can be found below:Main WWF websitewww.Wisconsinwrestlingfederation.comGabby Lord-Klein/ Laura Bartoszekfirstname.lastname@example.orgAll USA Wrestling eventshttp://www.usawrestling.com/eventsSome notable Private clubs that are sanctioned by USA WrestlingNorthwestVictory school of wrestling River Falls Wisconsin-www.victoryschoolofwrestling.comNortheast-Lakeland University in Plymouth WisconsinWww.email@example.comAviators in Appleton Wisconsin www.aviatorsfoxvalley.comAskren wrestling academy Green Bay and heartland facilities www.awawisconsin.comN.E.W Girls wrestling club in Wrightstown Wisconsincontact Matt Verbeten 920-371-0360Kangaroo wrestling club Kaukauna Wisconsin firstname.lastname@example.orgCentralWorld gold of wrestling/beast cage email@example.comSouthTeam Nazar training Center Locations in Madison and Oshkosh Wisconsinwww.teamnazar.comW.I.S (Women In Singlets)Like their Facebook pageMineral Point WisconsinCombat wrestling training facilityBlue River Wisconsin www.combatwcwi.clubRingersMenomonee Falls Wisconsinwww.kidswrestle.comLAW La Crosse Area Wrestlers La Crosse Wisconsin www.lacrosseareawrestlers.com
Join Scott and Paul for an early LIVE episode of College Hockey SW Weekly! Tonight we talk NCAA parity, National Tournament, Olympics and ND Fighting Hawks with Eddie Christian at 5:30 pm Mountain Time! For more, click like and subscribe and go to www.IceTimeHockeySW.com.
Kyle Mangas, Bevo Francis Award Winner. 4 Time First Team All American. Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats National Champion. MVP of National Tournament. Currently playing professional basketball in the Czech Republic NAIA Men's Basketball End of Week Review Music: Hard Sell Hotel by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
The best college basketball coach in North Carolina you HAVEN'T heard of is Matt Ridge. Ridge has built the men's basketball program at Davidson-Davie Community College from scratch, and it's been a winning recipe from the very beginning. The Storm have won close to 83-percent of their games under the direction of Ridge, including winning 12 conference titles, 5 Region X Tournament Championships, and securing 5 National Tournament appearances. Fast forward 14 years, and Ridge has DDCC primed to make another deep postseason run, and just maybe, win it all. Because as you'll hear from Ridge, his tireless effort, demanding principles, and unrelenting pursuit of a national title is what's already turned DDCC into a JUCO juggernaut. Being the last team standing to cut down the nets is the one experience that eludes his program. Listen as Ridge details the fire that continues to burn, from close calls and heartbreak to the influences that have helped mold him. And, as he continues to chase down the ultimate prize, Ridge delivers on developing a team and recruiting to that very concept. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode is chock full of exciting news! We sat down with John Earley to discuss the details that were released for the 2022 National Tournament and tell a few stories along the way. Don't know what to expect as a first year Nationals participant, we've got that covered as well. We also discussed the exciting new National Promos, including two that will be determined by community vote. In addition to the Nationals news, Cactus Game Design owner and creator of the game, Rob Anderson, provided an update from the printer regarding the GoC Phase 1 rollout plan, so we discuss those details. Included with this update from Rob, we also learned about new packaging for the I/J Starter Decks that will include 6 additional I/J+ cards. Jump in and give it a listen! 2022 Nationals Information I/J+ Starter Decks
Welcome to LaxStamina: The Official Podcast of the National College Lacrosse League. The NCLL is a student centered league. Since 1990 the league's purpose has been to assist student-athletes with establishing leadership positions within their programs and keep the sport of lacrosse inclusive for all. We accomplish this by keeping costs as low as possible and giving the power to the players. As you are about to hear in this episode, our student-athletes are the founders, the General Managers, the Coaches and of course the players in our league. On our first episode we introduce you to some of the people behind the NCLL. I am sure you know our league National Director Jamie McNealy, but you may not know Matt Reilly who is well, either our Director of Conferences or Director of Competition. It honestly depends on if you ask him or Jamie. How about this, after listening to this episode how about you let us know! Shoot us a message on Instagram on which title you like better for Matt. Director of Conferences or Director of Competition. Either way, you are going to enjoy hearing from Matt what he loves about the league, why he is still involved today and what his plans are for the future of the NCLL. Matt played for 4 years at Penn State, went to the National Tournament all 4 years and was a 2 time National Champion serving as the team President in his senior year. To be updated on when we will begin dropping episodes regularly, subscribe to the show wherever you are listening and go follow us on Instagram @NationalCollegeLacrosseLeague
About this episode My guest this week is Matt Meeker, Co-founder of Bark, and while the Bark's name itself might not cause your ears to perk up in excitement for what's to come in this episode. Bark's various product lines are household names. Their flagship product being BarkBox, with over 1.7 million active BarkBox subscribers, BarkBox is the Premier subscription dog toy and treat service. In addition to BarkBox, Bark has various product lines that can be found in over 23,000 retail outlets. Matts entire episode is chock full of value because his journey and his experiences are so extensive. To start with Matt was one of the digital advertising pioneers, and we discuss what digital advertising was like long before the days of Facebook ads. Matt was also a Co-founder of Meetup, which eventually sold the WeWork for $156 million in 2017. And now in 2021, Matt and the Bark leadership team are navigating the SPAC landscape to bring Bark to the public markets. As I said, Matts episode covers quite a bit of ground and I'm super pumped to bring it to you. But with that said while I know, you're excited to hear his insights into SPAC's and all things subscription-related we need to start at the very beginning. In this episode, you'll hear: How he grew up in a small town in Iowa with his parents who were very different. His father was a conservative accountant and his mother a rebel who encouraged him to form his path. How he was entrepreneurial from a young age, at school he had many side hustles like running the schools poker games and selling red cups to buy beer. How he played Racquetball competitively and went on to play at the National Tournament. Matt went to the University of Minnesota but only lasted one quarter as he only went because everyone expected him to go. How Matt dropped out of college and joined the Navy and became a weather observer. Matt went back to university and paid his way through in cash. After college he joined a Digital Ad Agency in March 1997, the company focused on getting traffic from the website to the store. They had big companies like Disney, Capital One and Discover. Matt explains what digital advertising was like in 2000. He shares that the Ad company was very successful but he did sell it, with this he joined forces with one of the companies investors to start a new company. Matt explains that his next company wasn't successful and it was all down to the execution of the business. The company had more money they knew what to do with and hired big names in the business world but never made a real product or spoke to a customer. Matt shares how the founder of the Ad agency Scott started talking about the next business venture. Matt shares how Scott and himself started Meetup, a company trying to encourage people to get out of their house and meet people online. They also wanted to change the negative narrative of meeting people online. How Matt and Scott hired their CTO for Meetup from a listing they put on Craigslist. Matt shares that he left Meetup because it was getting too big with 45 employees and he didn't want the stress of it. Matt founded Barkbox in September 2011 and never thought it would grow to over 735 employees. Matt shares that he started Barkbox as he was living in New York with his Great Dane Hugo, when they went into a pet shop there was nothing for big dogs. He shares that Groupon brought in half of their customers in the first year. Matt shares how BarkBox has further developed into different sections like SuperHuman, Bark Bright, Bark Eats and Bark Home. How BarkBox developed its own dog food as they wanted dogs to be fed as an individual. Resources from this episode Join Grindology: https://grindology.com/ ExpressVPN: Get 3 Months Free → https://www.expressvpn.com/startupstory Get Emails: https://app.getemails.com/referrals/newaccount?ref=R18HWW5 The Startup Story Inner Circle: https://www.thestartupstory.co/vip The Startup Story on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thestartupstory The Startup Story is now on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jamesmckinney The Startup Story on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thestartupstory Sponsor Movo: https://movo.cash/ Bark HQ: https://bark.co/ BarkBox: https://www.barkbox.com Share the podcast The Startup Story community has been so incredible sharing our podcast with others, and we thank you! We do have more stories to tell and more people to reach. There are three ways you can help. First, the most powerful way you can support this podcast is by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
On today's Podcast I discuss the UConn Men's Hockey Team's recent series against UMass Lowell and how the Huskies responded to their next four games after a great series on the road against Maine. I also discuss the UConn Women's Hockey team's recent games and their upcoming games in the Nutmeg Classic. Finally I end of the Podcast Talking about the Women's National Tournament being expanded to 11 teams.
Today on the Basketball Manitoba Podcast we have Kirby Schepp. Kirby is the Head coach of the University of Manitoba Bisons a position he's held for the last 12 seasons. During his time with the Bisons, they've made the postseason eight times, have had three Canada West Final Four appearances, and made the National Tournament for the first time since 1986. Kirby has been part of the Canadian Men's National Team program for over a decade. He coached the 17U Cadet team in 2010 that won a bronze medal at World Championships. Additionally, he won a gold medal with the Junior National team in 2017 and won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in 2018. Kirby has coached high school and club teams for over 15 years as well as serving as an assistant at the University of Winnipeg for five years. Additionally, he's coached provincial teams with Basketball Manitoba. He is a University of Winnipeg graduate where he played for the Wesmen. Kirby has a Master's Degree in Coaching from the University of Victoria. He is an NCCP Master Learning facilitator and has trained hundreds of coaches over the past 20 years. Now here is my conversation with Kirby Schepp --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/basketball-manitoba/message
Coach Dr. Klint Pleasant, In this episode, you'll hear from Dr. Klint Pleasant, current Head Coach at Rochester University. Klint has been the Head Coach at Rochester for the last 11 seasons. As a matter of fact, Klint took over the program from his father, Garth Pleasant. Coach Garth was the head coach for 38 seasons at Rochester. As you soon will find out, since Klint was a little boy, all he wanted to do was coach. He idolized his dad. And his dad included young Klint in every aspect of the Rochester basketball program. It is no surprise why Coach Klint has done such an amazing job at Rochester. The reigning WHAC Coach of the Year, has created a NAIA powerhouse in the suburbs just north of Detroit. Seven All-Americans later and fresh off a National Tournament appearance, Coach Pleasant has no intentions of stopping. Coach Klint does an incredible job of detailing each aspect of his coaching philosophy: being a teacher, making something complex truly simple by teaching, the importance of listening as a coach, and his thoughts on culture are so well organized and relatable to all coaches and organizations. However, this podcast is truly about a coach who was destined to be a household coaching name but had an unfortunate family tragedy that set his career on a total different trajectory. This is a podcast about a coach who is an ELITE father and husband and who has battled the challenges of life for the last sixteen years. And, as a result, this coach has become a better coach and indeed a better person. Klint Pleasant is a coach, a leader, a doctor, an author and, for sure, an inspiration for so many coaches to learn about this incredible man. We will all be better people today after hearing his coaching story. Follow Coach Klint Pleasant @klint_pleasantFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMoneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Coach Noel Emenhsier, In this episode, you'll hear from Noel Emenhiser. Noel is the head coach at Madonna University. This NAIA university located in Livonia, Michigan, just outside of Metro Detroit, is simply home for Coach Noel. Coach Noel is the all-time leading scorer at Madonna. This three-time honorable mention All-American transitioned to being Head Coach at his alma mater at the age of twenty-five. And twelve years later, Coach Noel is the winningest coach in school history. Coach Noel has taken his team to the National Tournament three times. In addition, Coach Noel has recruited and developed six All-Americans. However, as you soon will hear, this is a product of constant hard work. Coach Noel is the epitome of an active learner. He is constantly developing and evolving as a head coach and leader. His “Madonna Game Flywheel” and “Loop of Doom “ principles that he created during the pandemic is simply incredible. Specifically, the detail of how he created this concept of creating momentum from one possession to the next is so great. Coach Noel has so many excellent thoughts on leadership for young coaches. All of us are going to be sprinting to our local book store to buy a certain tennis book. Yep, wait until you hear Coach Noel break this down. Do you still dream about certain goals in your life? Are you writing down these dreams? And are you challenging your players to write down their dreams? Coach Noel tackles something that truly has not been addressed on the podcast. Finally, Coach Noel so eloquently ends the podcast with a letter to a younger self. It is so well thought and articulated beautifully. This is fifty five minutes of high level coaching coming your way! Follow Coach Noel Emenhiser @NoelEmenhiserFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMoneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Zach and Chris Throne started commentating the Lake Mills basketball games this past season and have decided to start a podcast that allows north Iowa area players and coaches to show a different side that many fans and community members have not seen. Conversations with these individuals are meant to encourage fun and positivity.We talk to Brett about DMACC's season and chances in the National Tournament, his Forest City days and draft an all-time Forest City lineup.We had some bad connectivity issues, so our apologies if some audio is choppy or does not make sense.
Good morning lacrosse fans. Thank you for taking time out of your day for the Utah Lax Report. Don't forget to forward to a friend, it's the best way for the newsletter to grow.Interview with Vessel Kitchen Founder Nick GradingerIf you've been reading the newsletter, you'll recognize the name Vessel Kitchen. It's because they sponsor this newsletter, podcast, coaches poll, etc. Vessel Kitchen is owned an operated by lacrosse-loving people and families and on the podcast today, I spoke with Nick Gradinger who started it all. Nick played at Torrey Pines, Deerfield, Cornell and Denver before eventually ending up in Park City. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Co-founder Nick Gradinger and executive chef Roe'e Levy on top of the newest Vessel Kitchen location in Salt Lake City's popular 9th and 9th neighborhood on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. You can listen to the latest podcast above or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a rating!While you're out and about at games, stop by Vessel Kitchen. Vessel Kitchen has locations in Midvale, Sandy, 9th + 9th and Kimball Junction.Week 5 Coaches PollsNo. 1 Corner Canyon - The Chargers are coming off Spring Break and will host Skyridge on Thursday. No. 2 Farmington - The Phoenix handled Northridge on Wednesday, 16-4, and edge Wasatch, 12-10, on Friday in one of the better games I've been to this year. I have to hand it to the Wasps, they came to play and their crowd gets loud. No. 3 Olympus - The Titans cruised to a 17-3 victory over Box Elder on Friday. One of the marquee matchups this week has the Titans heading to Provo to take on No. 10 Timpview on Wednesday. Olympus also faces Alta on Friday. No. 4 Mountain Ridge - Mountain Ridge heads to Mountain View on Tuesday. No. 5 Park City - The Miners beat No. 8 Davis, 21-8, on Tuesday and will host Payson on Wednesday. Spanish Fork will host the Miners on Friday. No. 6 American Fork - On Tuesday, American Fork will travel to Skyridge followed by a home game against Westlake on Thursday. The following week, AF has Corner Canyon at home and Lone Peak on the road. No. 7 Green Canyon - I suspect the Wolves will win out starting with a game against Sky View on Wednesday and Bear River on Friday. No. 8 Davis - The loss to Park City on Tuesday led to a 19-7 win over Syracuse on Thursday. Layton on Tuesday and Highland on Thursday will setup region play for the rest of the way for Darts. No. 9 Juan Diego - The Soaring Eagle took down Wasatch on Wednesday, 11-9, and Herriman on Friday, 17-3. Juan Diego will finish the rest of its schedule with region play beginning on Tuesday as it hosts Judge.No. 10 Timpview - No. 3 Olympus comes to town on Wednesday then a home game against Orem on Thursday will round out the week for the T-Birds. Other games I'll be watching with interest: Brighton @ Bountiful, Weber @ Syracuse, Copper Hills @ Bingham, Bingham @ Riverton, Bonneville @ Farmington and Skyline @ Bingham. If you can't tell, I'm anxious to see what Bingham is really about. Three wins this week would be impressive. No. 1 Park City - The Miners will face Payson on Wednesday and Spanish Fork on Friday. No. 2 Brighton - The Bengals host Copper Hills on Friday. No. 3 Mountain Ridge - Despite losing to Herriman on Tuesday, 15-13, the Sentinels stayed put in the polls. A home game against Mountain View is the lone game for the Sentinels this week. No. 4 Skyridge - The Falcons will be tested this week with a game at American Fork on Tuesday and a home game against No. 10 Corner Canyon on Thursday. No. 5 Olympus - The Titans are newcomers to the poll and made quite the entrance. A 17-14 win over Riverton and a 13-12 win over Waterford put Olympus on the map. Olympus will host Pleasant Grove on Wednesday and Timpview on Friday. Sophomore Eva Thorn (12g, 4a) leads the team. No. 6 Waterford - The Ravens beat Highland on Tuesday and lost to Olympus on Friday. Back-to-back games this week begin on Wednesday against Juan Diego and Thursday against Cedar Valley. No. 7 Alta - The Hawks will take on Orem on Tuesday and Timpanogos on Thursday. No. 8 Davis - The Darts beat Syracuse, 17-6 (Highlights), on Thursday and will take on Layton on Tuesday and East on Friday. No. 9 Herriman - The Mustangs entered the picture with a 15-13 win over Mountain Ridge on Tuesday. An away game at Riverton on Tuesday and a home game against West on Thursday lies ahead. No. 10 Corner Canyon - A key region game on Tuesday against Lone Peak and an away game Thursday against Skyridge welcome the Chargers back from Spring Break. Several region games take place this week as team vie for a better position. Including the games mentioned above, Farmington @ Bountiful, Bear River @ Sky View and Green Canyon @ Ridgeline are games to keep an eye on. UHSAA RPI ReleasedView the UHSAA RPIs here: Boys RPI | Girls RPI - The RPIs are updated as scores are entered into MaxPreps so it's constantly changing. One thing (maybe the only thing) that I love about an RPI system like is used in lacrosse is the fact that each year before the first whistle blows, every team, no matter how many players, talent, coaches, etc. has the same statistical probability or chance to win the championship. Now, as the games begin, that quickly diminishes, but in theory, everyone is equal at the beginning of the season. This is why I feel the winner of the Division A bracket is the 2021 State Champion. Division B and C winners are champions of those brackets, not the state. When/if we divide into classifications, that's another story. At that point we'd have a 6A State Champion, a 5A State Champion and a 4A State Champion. Another ‘pro' to the RPI is that no matter the school size, you can compete for the top title. Some see that as a disadvantage (‘We are a small school, we shouldn't have to compete with the big boys!'), but I'd argue as a competitor, you want to beat the best regardless of school size. That feels like an excuse to me and quite frankly, in lacrosse, it doesn't hold true. In fact, of the 27 top tier titles that have been awarded in boys lacrosse history, only two current 6A schools have won one: Bingham in 1999 and Corner Canyon in 2015. Now, is an RPI system perfect? No, I don't think it ever will be. As the RPI was released on Friday, the messages started pouring in and like anything, those who don't favor the RPI were the loudest. To be clear, I don't have a say in how the playoffs are determined, but I am a firm believer that the cream rises to the top, no matter what seed they are in the playoffs. I had a whole theory written out about why some teams are where they are but I'm not confident in it yet. I'm going to save it until we get a little further down the line before releasing it. If we look at the ratings from LaxNumbers (Boys | Girls) it certainly feels more in line with traditional thinking. However, the fact is that we're governed by the UHSAA RPI so here's what the brackets would like if the season ended today based on the UHSAA RPI. I decided to create them on another site to save space in the newsletter. Boys Division ABoys Division BBoys Division CGirls Division AGirls Division BGirls Division CBoys Division AThere's a couple region matchups (CC/LP, Fremont/Davis) and some great on paper matchups. Timpview knocked Farmington out of the 2019 Division B playoffs so that would be a fun rematch. For the history buffs, Park City/Waterford (two original teams) would be a fun one to see. I think the 8/9 seed, Green Canyon v. American Fork game would be excellent.Girls Division A I'm going to be honest and say I don't know as much about these teams but Brighton at the No. 5 seed is interesting. They have been the No. 2 team in the coaches poll every week. Mountain Ridge beat Riverton, 17-8 on Thursday. Waterford is the No. 10 seed and only lost to the No. 2 seed Olympus, 13-12, on Friday. Region RankingsI took the average ratings of each region and here's how it shakes out for the boys: Region 4 - 0.616 - This should be no surprise since four out of six teams are in the top 16 with the lowest team only being at 30. Region 6 - 0.596 - Five teams span from 3 to 33. Region 1 - 0.517 - Having three teams in the Top 16 help, however, Layton at 53 and Clearfield at 44 aren't helping. Region 5 - 0.498 - Despite having the No. 2 team, the rest of the conference is in the 21-47 range. Region 11 - 0.487 - Green Canyon leads at 8 but the other five teams are 23-52.Region 7 - 0.472 - Mountain Ridge at 6 and Timpview at 15 are great, but the other five teams are 35, 37, 43, 43 and 56. Region 10 - 0.437 - Juan Diego at 5 and Waterford at 10 are keeping this region out of the bottom with Judge at 46, Cedar Valley at 50 and UMA at 58. Region 8 - 0.422 - This region runs the gamut with Park City at 7 and Payson at 55. Region 3 - 0.419 - The top team is Riverton at 17 but four teams are in the 40-57 range. For the girls, these numbers are a little off because some teams have only played (or reported) one or two games and some are only playing region games. Region 11 - 0.549 - The top team is Ridgeline at 6 with the lowest being Mountain Crest at 38. Region 4 - 0.541 - Teams range from 8 (Skyridge) and 42 (Westlake).Region 10 - 0.526 - With only four teams, Waterford leads at 10 while Cedar Valley comes in at 34. Region 1 - 0.502 - Davis is at 3 but Northridge (44) and Clearfield (52) are keeping this region in the middle of the pack. Region 6 - 0.478 - Olympus at 2 and Brighton at 5 are helping to offset Highland at 46 and East at 54. Region 7 - 0.475 - Mountain Ridge (4) and Alta (9) are the leaders of the region with Orem (50) and Mountain View (53) at the back. Region 3 - 0.465 - West Jordan leads at 12. Region 5 - 0.461 - Farmington comes in at 7 but the next closest team is 24 (Woods Cross) with Viewmont at 51. Region 8 - 0.379 - Park City leads the charge at 1, Wasatch comes in at 19 but the rest are 31, 43, 45, 48, 56, 57. It's certainly going to be interesting to see how this plays out.Next, I took the RPI and organized it by classification to see what those could look like if we ever go to that method. This assumes 3A, 2A, 1A schools would be in the 4A class and this only includes the top 16 teams in 6A and 5A and top 8 in 4A. Boys 6A Boys 5ABoys 4AGirls 6AGirls 5AGirls 4AI won't go this in depth every week, that was a lot of data! College UpdateUtah faces No. 6 Virginia on Saturday at 10:00 am. The game will be on ESPNU. Westminster beat CSU-Pueblo on Friday, 17-11 (Recap) and Adams State on Sunday, 16-7 (Recap). The Griffins will host UVU on Thursday at 7 pm and head to Colorado College on Sunday. BYU beat Concordia-Irvine, 11-10, on Saturday and will take on Chapman today. The Cougars will also head to Las Vegas this weekend for a showdown against UNLV on Friday. UVU lost to Concordia-Irvine, 15-12, on Friday and 11-6 to Chapman on Saturday. The Wolverines will head to Salt Lake City on Thursday to take on Westminster. Utah State lost to Boise State on Friday, 13-8. The Aggies lone game left on the schedule is on April 24 against UVU. WomensWestminster had both its games this weekend postponed. The Griffins will take to the road on Sunday to face CSU-Pueblo. BYU beat Weber State, 21-3, on Saturday. Utah State will host Utah on Friday and UVU on Saturday. UVU will take on Utah on Tuesday. News & NotesMen's Summer League TEAM registration is now open. Click here to register a team. Teams can register from today until May 28th and it costs $25. Individual Player Registration: April 19th - June 16thEarly Bird Registration - $90 (April 19th - May 12th)Regular Registration - $105 (May 13th - June 2nd)Late Registration - $120 (June 3rd - June 16th)Games will begin on June 10th and will be played on Tuesday & Thursday evenings between 6-10pm. All games will be at Albion Middle School in Sandy through June & July. Depending on league size, Albion and the Salt Lake Regional Athletic Complex may be used in July and August. Playoffs will be at the Salt Lake Regional Athletic Complex (RAC).A Girls U17 National Team will be heading to the National Tournament in Baltimore on May 29 & 30. Tryouts will be April 24th from 8-10 am. Tryouts are open to any current 9th-11th grade girls and will cost $30. Click here for more information. If you don't follow on Instagram, I shared these gems this week. All pictures courtesy of Peter Stevenson. 2000 Girls Team Utah in Vail2003 Orem Girls - State Champions1999 Orem BoysPeter and Mark Stevenson after the 1995 All-Star gameThat's it for this week. Be kind out there and be sure to follow ULR on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.— Tim Haslam This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.utahlaxreport.com
Golf season is back! Pierce talks about his most recent round, Bo talks about his first round coming up, and Brock talks about finishing the season as the LU Flames D1 Hockey team gears up for the National Tournament! We also give our most recent March Madness recap/feedback and talk about how sports betting was hit hard by UCLA. All that and more on this episode of "The Bo Show" pod!
The boys check in with Pierce and the recent flooding in Nashville, hear from Brock as LU Hockey gears up for another National Tournament run, and of course you have to hear the recap of how Pierce's first week of sports betting went! All this and much more on episode 65. Happy Easter everyone! He is Risen!
Today I want to take the opportunity to look at what success looks like to me and how I define it. I do this because I spent a weekend watching the Griffith Uni 7's team win Gold in the AON 7's National Tournament and I was reminded of how good it felt to have the freedom to be there to watch it. MINDSET MENTORING GROUP MINDSET MENTORING GROUP MINDSET MENTORING GROUP MINDSET MENTORING GROUP MINDSET MENTORING GROUP MINDSET MENTORING GROUP See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's spring time in paradise! Life is getting good as the weather warms up for the boys. Hockey is also heating up as the Liberty Flames Men's Division 1 hockey team gears up for yet another trip to the National Tournament, this year in St. Louis! Enjoy as we're back from a week of rest, and ready to rock and roll once again!
We review some News Around the Nation, previewing the National Tournament. We also give our predictions of our 2021 National Tournament Bracket. We are joined by Junior Defenseman from UMass, Ty Farmer (44:25).
Lancaster Bible College Head Men's Basketball Coach Jon Mack breaks down the Chargers' opening game against Northwestern (Minn.), as well as how the team has adjusted to "living" in Indiana for the past week. Ep. 97 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Join Junior and Trev as we discuss our initial thoughts and reactions to the NAIA National Tournament bracket reveal. We also have four great interviews to gain some insights on some of the NAIA National Tournament Teams: Coach Kyle Blankenship who is the Head Coach for LSU-Shreveport and is a member of the NAIA selection committee. Coach John Henry, Head Coach at #2 William Penn University, a veteran head coach with loads of experience at the National Tournament. Coach Frank Woodford, Head Coach BenU-Mesa talks about his team, what it means to be the 1st team in program history to make it to the NAIA National Tournament. Pat Derken, former NAIA hooper at Holy Cross, and now Color commenter on air for Bethel (IN), IU-South Bend and Holy Cross broadcasts! Each interview gives you different insights from around the NAIA men's basketball world! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/naia-hoops-report/support
Doug Garner has been head coach of the UT-Arlington Mavs since 2008, won his most recent championship in 2017, and had an undefeated 2019-2020 season coming into last year's cancelled national tournament. He previously served on the board of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association representing the Junior Division. Coach Garner has sent numerous players from his program overseas to professional careers and to the Paralympic Games. In this episode, we discuss the unique 2020-2021 season and how the Mavs have been balancing safety and preparation for the National Tournament, as well as the future of the classification system, the importance of keeping talented players in the sport after graduation, and the potential for growth for wheelchair basketball in the United States. Thanks for listening to the first episode of Push Podcast. I hope you enjoyed this episode and want to keep learning about a unique and exciting sport. Special thanks to Doug Garner for being my first guest and answering some tough questions about this season and the future of wheelchair basketball. For more wheelchair basketball content, follow my instagram @push_sports_mag.To learn more about the UTA movin' mavs or check out their wheelchair basketball performance database, visit www.uta.edu/movinmavs. See you all next episode, until then keep pushing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In Episode 010 of NHR - The Podcast Junior and Trev discuss some of the news and notes that came out this past week in the NAIA. Including the Top 25 poll, the National Tournament teams going from 64 down to 48 and some of our favorite games and shout outs for this week. We also talk with Xavier Head Coach Alfred Williams about his XULA team, the GCAC group play and his thoughts on his team dropping out of the Top 25 Poll despite not losing a game since the last poll. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/naia-hoops-report/support
Today Junior is joined by fellow NHR member Jake Pommerer as we talk about the updates across the NAIA. Including discussing the Cascade Collegiate Conference decision and the NAIA's move to lower the National Tournament standards from 14 games down to 10! We also chat with John Brown Head Coach Jason Beschta! Make sure you tune in to also see who our Games of the Week are! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/naia-hoops-report/support
Join Scott and Steven at 7:30 pm Pacific; as we welcome ACHA D1 Head Coach of University of Arizona, Chad Berman, to the show! We are talking ACHA hockey and the road to the National Tournament. For more, click like and subscribe and go to www.IceTimeHockeySW.com.
Join Scott and Steven at a special time tonight, 6 pm Pacific; as we welcome Director of Hockey and ACHA D1 Head Coach of Maryville University, John Hogan, to the show! We are talking ACHA hockey and the upcoming National Tournament. For more, click like and subscribe and go to www.IceTimeHockeySW.com.