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Impactful Parenting Podcast
193: Athlete Abuse: (Child and student athlete emotional, physical and sexual abuse)

Impactful Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 27:13


Athlete Abuse: (Child and student-athlete emotional, physical, and sexual abuse) Dr. Amy Saltzman talks to parents about keeping their kids safe on and off the athletic field. Unfortunately, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse have become too common with our young people on athletic teams. Dr. Saltman, an ex-gymnast herself, provides parents with www.spotaspider.com which teaches kids and adults how to spot the warning signs and how to keep children safe from abuse.   LINKS MENTIONED IN THE RECORDING https://theimpactfulparent.com/app Download the FREE Impactful Parent App! Available on Apple and Android App Stores. FREEBIES from episodes included! Apple Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/ios Android Play Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/android https://theimpactfulparent.com for more FREE Resources and paid programs. www.spotaspider.com for Amy's program!   Rate, Review, & Subscribe! "I love Kristina and all the FREE tips that she has to offer!  Thank you for making my parenting journey better!" 

David Jackson Productions
Mind Your Business - Doug Middleton - How local businesses can benefit from Name, Image, Likeness, and build relationships with App State student-athletes

David Jackson Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 30:45


As the holiday season approaches, small businesses far and wide are looking for unique ways to amplify their products and services. The additional reach of an advertisement or paid social media post could provide a noticeable difference in success at the register.What if your business was able to partner with a group of regionally recognizable figures who have influence in the social media world? What if you were able to build a long-term relationship that saw mutual benefit in attaching your business, product, or brand, to someone who can amplify your message to a larger audience?Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) is a term that has swept across the sports landscape over the past couple of years. Through litigation and NCAA rule changes, student-athletes are now able to profit off their own unique brand, thus opening the opportunity for partnerships that could never exist in prior years.This week's Mind Your Business podcast features Doug Middleton, former App State Football legend turned NIL guru. He explains the new rules regarding relationships between local businesses and student-athletes and how App State Athletics has partnered with INFLCR to provide a platform to organize this new activity. He also discusses the variety of ways that businesses can link their brand with Mountaineers that have influence far beyond the High Country. Mind your Business is produced weekly by the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce. The radio show can be heard each Thursday morning at 10:05AM on WATA (1450AM/96.5FM) in the High Country. The podcast version of the program is made possible each week by Appalachian Commercial Real Estate.Support the show

The Next Chapter With Prim Siripipat
Live from Duke University - LG Transparent Conversations w/ Kat Zempolich, Anna Callahan, and Ethan Phillips on the Consequences of Student-Athlete Stressors.

The Next Chapter With Prim Siripipat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 98:34


Prim Siripipat continues the LG Transparent Conversations nationwide tour and series aimed at addressing student-athlete mental health and well-being. In this episode, the former Duke tennis player visits her alma mater in Durham, North Carolina, to host a discussion on the “Consequences of Student-Athlete Stressors.” Joining the panel is former Duke Women's Lacrosse player Kat Zempolich, current Duke Women's Lacrosse player and fifth-year senior Anna Callahan, and UNC senior student and Vice President for Health and Wellness of the UNC System Ethan Phillips.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cain is Able Podcast
The Young Student Athlete

Cain is Able Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 64:32


In this episode, Cain sits and chats with Yusef from the Relationship Status Podcast. We discussed what it’s like dealing with today's young Student Athletes, including their parents, recruitment and the expectations necessary from both! Tune in for this great discussion and more! It definitely got interesting! Listen in! Like! Comment! Share! Follow the show on fb @cain is able podcast Guests: Yoshi FB: Hennessy Black IG: _hennessyblacc Twitter: _hennessyblacc Snap: hennondarocks email: cainisablepod@gmail.com

The Anchor
Tennessee Week - Chancellor Diermeier, Alison Wenzel (Ingram Center for Student-Athlete Success)

The Anchor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 34:53


Andrew and Kevin preview Vanderbilt Football vs. Tennessee on Saturday. Plus, two important conversations regarding the future of Vanderbilt Athletics. Chancellor Daniel Diermeier stopped by the radio booth at halftime vs. Florida. Listen to a replay of that interview. And Alison Wenzel joins the show to discuss the recently announced Ingram Center for Student-Athlete Success. Listen to Vandy and Tennessee starting at 5:00pm CT on the Vanderbilt Sports Network from Learfield. 93.3 Classic Hits in Nashville and streaming on the Vanderbilt Athletics app.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WCUA Podcasts
Cardinal Athletes Episode 4: Rowing

WCUA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 56:00


The Podcast that seeks to understand who the student athletes of The Catholic University of America are, by interviewing the players themselves. Balancing studies while playing a Division III sport can be tough, and I want to know how the players do it. Join me, Meredith Hamm, as I journey through the sports and the season to understand the lives of student athletes. This week I am interviewing Mackenzie Cart, Phoebe Farris, and Nick Martens from the Women's and Men's Rowing Teams.

The Next Chapter With Prim Siripipat
Live from Duke University - LG Transparent Conversations w/ Nina King, Dr. Shawn Zeplin, Gerald Henderson Jr. on the Stressors of the Student Athlete Experience - Part 1

The Next Chapter With Prim Siripipat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 61:05


Prim Siripipat kicks off the LG Transparent Conversations nationwide, multi-university series addressing student-athlete mental health and well-being. The former Duke tennis player visits her alma mater in Durham, North Carolina, to discuss the series' first topic, “Stressors of the Student-Athlete Experience.” Joining the panel is Nina King, Vice President and Director of Athletics for Duke University, Dr. Shawn Zeplin, Assistant Director of Athletics and Behavioral Health at Duke, and former Duke/NBA player, Gerald Henderson Junior.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball
UVA gives a beautiful memorial for the fallen Student/Athletes. UVA Basketball shows its ready for Primetime!

Locked On Virginia - Daily Podcast On Virginia Cavaliers College Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 35:02


Welcome to the Locked On Virginia Cavaliers Podcast. Topics of Discussion: UVA gives a beautiful memorial for the fallen Student/Athletes. UVA Basketball shows its ready for Primetime! The Lady Cavaliers are off to a 5-0 Start. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Upside Download the FREE Upside App at https://upside.app.link/locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. Nugenix Text now and get a complimentary bottle of Nugenix Thermo, their most powerful fat incinerator ever, with key ingredients to help you get back into shape fast. Text COLLEGE to 231-231 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Roman Around Podcast
Roman Around w/ Alex Bolowich - The Ups And Down Of A Student Athlete

Roman Around Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 125:14


In this episode, I sit down with Alex Bolowich. Alex was a former D1 Soccer Goalie who has become a group fitness instructor in Charlotte, North Carolina. Alex recently received his Masters in Sport and Performance Psychology and started his own business called Elite Mental Performance.  Alex and I have many similarities, being athletes and having studied Sports Psychology, so the conversation really took off. Learn more about Alex's background, his roller-coaster journey as a student-athlete, and his mission to support other athletes looking to reach their potential.  You can find Alex: https://www.elitementalperformance.net @abolowich Subscribe and Follow For More!  #RomanAround

The Tournament Code
021: JM Butler – Managing Time as a Student-Athlete, Being Confident under Pressure

The Tournament Code

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 47:12


In this episode, Auburn golfer JM Butler (@JMButler2020) gives us a look at what it's like to be on the #1 college golf team in the country. JM has won multiple times in college and holds the school scoring record for 54 holes at -18. Other titles that JM holds include the KSHAA State Championship and the Kentucky State Amateur. He is a junior at Auburn University and currently sits at #28 in the Scratch Players World Amateur Ranking. ---Follow us: Twitter - @TournamentCode Instagram - @thetournamentcode YouTube - The Tournament Code Hosted by: Cooper Collins (@coopercollins99) and Daniel Hamrin (@DanielHamrin)—(01:46) - how JM got into golf(06:41) - transition into college golf(10:43) - benefits of working on swing(15:46) - staying on track day to day(21:09) - on course practice(27:02) - staying calm under pressure(29:24) - pre-shot routine (33:24) - team success in fall(37:20) - having fun off the course(42:06) - practicing in the winter in Kentucky(45:35) - what JM would tell himself as a junior

Locked On Sooners
What will the Crimson and Cream Collective bring to the Oklahoma Sooners? Student Athlete NIL CEO Jason Belzer joins to discuss

Locked On Sooners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 27:02


Josh Helmer welcomes in Jason Belzer, the Chief Executive Officer of Student Athlete NIL and the architect of the Crimson and Cream Collective, to discuss what the new NIL collective will bring to the Oklahoma Sooners. What do fans need to know about and what type of game-changer can this be for OU Football and all of Sooner athletics? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast
Albertville Cross Country - Addison Goodwin & Daniel Leija

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 79:24


Like running? These two love it! Addison & Daniel fill us in on why they love it, what they do for fun in their free time, and where they see themselves in the future on today's episode. Plus, we hear the latest from FCA as they're getting ready for the Iron Bowl Prayer Breakfasts & more. And, we talk local sports - like the football playoffs & basketball season getting underway - with Greg Glasscock. If  you'd like to see all the behind the scenes, search us on Facebook or Youtube. Have a happy Thanksgiving, & we'll see you soon.

Female Athlete Nutrition
104: Finding Your Strong As A Student-Athlete

Female Athlete Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 51:55


In this episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition podcast, I talk with current NCAA Division 1 student-athlete on the Stanford women's volleyball team, Emily Teehan. We talk about her student-athlete experiences at two high pressure academic institutions: Columbia and Stanford University, balancing her desires to perform well on the volleyball court and in the classroom. Emily opens up about the journey she has been on with nutrition and body image, sharing how she has learned to love her strong body, embrace intuitive eating and exercise, and detach her identity from her sport and appearance. Emily is a graduate student on the volleyball team at Stanford University, where she is pursuing a master's degree in Community Health and Prevention Research. Emily recently graduated from Columbia University where she majored in Biology and followed the premedical stream, while playing for the volleyball team. During her time at Columbia, Emily was named to the All-Ivy League team and Academic All-Ivy League team. In addition, Emily represented Canada on the Junior National Team in 2018. Find Emily on Instagram @emilyteehan_ and me, your host Lindsey Cortes, @female.athlete.nutrition  Need help with your fueling? Want to get in touch with Lindsey? Interested in the Female Athlete System of Transformation?  Head to www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com to learn more & book a call! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: InsideTracker: www.insidetracker.com/riseup for 20% off the entire store for a limited time only! THIS PODCAST IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY: Orgain, head to www.orgain.com and use the code RISEUP30 for 30% off your first order. Repeat customers can use the code OA2203 for 25% off future orders. Practice Better Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months: https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp  In this episode we talk about: Adjusting to new environments and being part of different teams. Advice for balancing high level athletics and academics at Columbia and Stanford University. Making time for yourself to relax and strategies for positive social media use. Being involved in competitive sports from a young age: figure skating then volleyball. Body image struggles and building confidence as a tall female athlete. Body image challenges competing in tight spandex and bikinis. Dealing with a changing body and weight fluctuations, through puberty, injuries, and college transitions. Loving your stronger, muscular body and appreciating what it can do for you not what it looks like. Finding your identity outside of sports and your body. Avoiding restriction and micromanaging your body, training, or the foods you eat.  Learning to listen to your body, being flexible, and intuitive eating and exercise. Fueling advice for high school and college athletes

Down The Alley
Episode 85- Birth Year or Grad Year?

Down The Alley

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 44:15


The Recruit-Me Athletic Scholarship Podcast with Brent Hanks
Episode 328 An Inside Look at the NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA Websites The Guides for the College-Bound Student-Athlete

The Recruit-Me Athletic Scholarship Podcast with Brent Hanks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 18:26


Episode 328 is the 3rd episode in a series of Looks Inside the NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA webistes.  Today we send you directly to the Guides for the College-Bound Student-Athlete on each website.  These websites are free resources that will help you in your recruiting journey.  Both the NCAA and the NAIA websites have pdf guides that are updated yearly and the NJCAA website has a page on the site that leads you to helpful answers.  The NCAA guide is a 40 page pdf and the NAIA guide is a 7 page pdf.  In this episode I go through a majority of the pages in these helpful guides.  The contents includes What is the NCAA?; How to Use this Guide; NCAA Sports; Scholarships; National Letter of Intent; Thinking of Going Pro?; Our Three Divisions; Time Management; Initial Eligibility; High School Timeline; Student Registration; Test Scores; Transcripts; Equivalency Tests and Diplomas; What is a Core Course?; Nontraditional & Online Courses; Grade Point Average; Questions to Ask; Division I and Division II Academic Standards, Sliding Scale and Worksheet; Division III Requirements; Amateurism; International Students; Home School Students; Education Impacting Disabilities; Important Recruiting Terms and Recruiting Calendars.  The 7 page NAIA guide has a list of NAIA sports, Knowledge about the NAIA participation experience, What's the difference about NAIA recruiting, Can I visit a campus for a tryout?, What about letters of intent?, Admission standards, What about financial aid?, and Questions for parents to ask.   Please share this episode with another high schooler or a family. Click Here to join the Recruit-Me Monthly Newsletter.  Get monthly tidbits of recruiting advice and education.   In honor of the all-new Recruit-Me.com website, The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is offering the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System for only $89.  Take charge today.   Recruit-Me.com Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System FREE Recruiting Power Pack QRRecruiter.com  promo code RecruitMe5 CollegeCoachesOnline.com  promo code RM123 Listen to Past Episodes of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast NCAA.org NAIA.org NJCAA.org  

2&1 Golf
Episode 22 "Life of a student athlete with Ahmad Reedus”

2&1 Golf

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 47:12


This episode we recap the tour winners of the week and are joined by special guest Ahmad Reedus.

OZ Media
OZ Media/The Yemeni American News' November Rising Star Student-Athlete of the Month: Cameron Coleman

OZ Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 13:23


Cameron Coleman is OZ Media/The Yemeni American News' November High School Rising Star Student-Athlete of the Month.Get to know Cameron. Here is a quick player profile:Name: Cameron ColemanSchool: University Prep Arts & DesignSport/Position: Cyclist/National Cycling Champion for 13-14 year old'sGPA: 3.0The Yemeni American News Article:https://yemeniamerican.com/en/novembers-rising-star-student-athlete-of-the-month-cameron-coleman/This episode was sponsored by Hammer Time True Value Hardware, Unique Coney Island, The Balkan House Restaurant, BC Adhesives, Qahwah House and Hanley International Academy.#Student #athlete #of #the #month #hard #work #dedication #commitment #detroit #university #prep #arts #and #design  #ozmedia #yemeniamericannews #youtube #apple #spotify #podcasts

Fear the Wavecast
FTW Cast with FTW Student Athlete of the Month Chadwick Bailey

Fear the Wavecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 10:25


FTW Football Student Athlete of the Month Chadwick Bailey joins Kelly Comarda to discuss his journey to Tulane and life as a walk-on in college football

WCUA Podcasts
Cardinal Athletes Episode 3: Field Hockey

WCUA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:04


The Podcast that seeks to understand who the student athletes of The Catholic University of America are, by interviewing the players themselves. Balancing studies while playing a Division III sport can be tough, and I want to know how the players do it. Join me, Meredith Hamm, as I journey through the sports and the season to understand the lives of student athletes. This week I am interviewing Gracie Burford and Caroline Evans, from the Field Hockey Team.

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast
Douglas Eagle Football and Basketball

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 89:32


Today, Douglas High School athletes Jonathan Fountaine & Cooper Butler stop by the studio to talk sports, lessons learned in their high school career so far, and what's next for them. Plus, we hear from FCA's Kandi Armstrong, Sports Analyst Greg Glasscock, and we get to hang out with today's guest co-host Matthew Malone.  Thanks for checking out the show. If you like what you hear, please subscribe & share it with a friend. See you soon!

Morning Shift Podcast
Helping Student-Athletes Navigate NCAA Academic Eligibility

Morning Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:48


Imagine being a student-athlete. You secured your athletic scholarship and got accepted into college. But then, the NCAA tells you that you're academically ineligible to play in school. This isn't an uncommon situation. Reset discusses the challenges of navigating certain academic requirements set by the NCAA and talks to Joyce Anderson, co-founder and COO of Honest Game, a group working with high schools and students to prepare them to play in college.

WealthStyle Podcast
The NIL Rule In Student Athlete Profitability with Chris Ward

WealthStyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 32:22


In September of 2021, the NCAA allowed a ruling that unlocked college athletes from getting compensation for the first time in history. How will this change the relationship between student athletes, sponsoring companies, and their fans? In this episode, George Papanicolaou speaks with Chris Ward, CRO of The Publisher Desk, on the NIL rule and … Continue reading The NIL Rule In Student Athlete Profitability with Chris Ward →

Fear the Wavecast
Ep 35 of The Jimmy O Show- FTW Football Student-Athletes of the Month

Fear the Wavecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 12:32


Jackson Schmelter, Makhi Hughes and Sully Burns are our football student-athletes of the month

Birds Up Podcast
S2E6: UTSA Rugby - Coach Peter Lewis, Flyhalf Caleb Ackerson - c/o 2021, & Prop, David Phillips - c/o 2020 & 2022

Birds Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 51:58


UTSA RugbyUTSA Men's Rugby InstagramUTSA Men's Rugby TwitterUTSA Women's RugbyUTSA Women's Rugby Donation to NationalsUTSA Women's Rugby InstagramUTSA Women's Rugby TwitterUTSA Alumni AssociationDonate to the Women's Rugby Team to help with their quest to Nationals!

The Gary Bisbee Show
From Pac-12 to the Big 10

The Gary Bisbee Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 10:13


Meet James Staten:James Staten is the Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer for the University of Southern California (USC). In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Keck Medicine of USC and USC's three captive insurance companies. Prior to USC, James serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Yale New Haven Health System. James received a bachelor's degree in business and economics from the State University College of New York.  Key Insights:USC will be leaving the Pac-12 conference to join the Big 10. In this focused conversation, James Staten explains the factors behind the decision. Background Factors. Like many big college athletic programs, USC had run into deficits over the last few years, which negatively impacts facilities and recruitment. Additionally, this decision came at a time when the conference was about to soon enter media rights negotiations. Why the Big 10? USC decided to join the Big 10 because the increased media exposure would benefit student athletes as well as the university's national exposure and revenue. Additionally, it is a better academic conference.Healthcare vs Higher Ed. Higher education is favoring more partnerships and affiliations, rather than the consolidations seen in the healthcare sector. Relevant Links: Learn more about James StatenRead “Not your conventional chief financial officer”

What I Meant to Say
Special Release - How to Advocate for Your Health as a Student-Athlete with Jade Waskom

What I Meant to Say

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 52:32


Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “What was interesting about this concussion compared to my last is the impact of it wasn't as hard as previous concussions I had.” 5:07“When you feel concussed immediately, you should step out!” 5:44“It's a really hard thing to describe if you haven't been concussed before, but you truly feel like an alien almost.  You don't recognize yourself, you don't recognize your mind, you don't recognize, situations feel ten times more awkward.” 8:28“The most impactful thing was just reaching out.” 12:35“I got to a place where, in the fall, where I was like, ‘I just want to be better.  I don't care about volleyball anymore, I don't care about anything, I want to be able to recognize myself.'” 23:30“That was the biggest struggle in the journey, you don't feel like yourself because your mind is traumatized, but yet your mind controls everything.” 25:53“My goal is to be free when I play volleyball now.” 31:32“So I put on this almost, like just this mentality that everyone around me, I don't care about your assumptions anymore, those are your assumptions.  That's not my experience.” 34:20“The truest and most courageous decision was to step away and that was the harder decision to be doing, not the easier decision.” 40:24“I mean I think one of the biggest lessons I've learned is not letting other people's assumptions, expectations, voices become your own.” 45:43Guest Bio - Jade Waskom grew up playing indoor and beach volleyball as early as age six. She pursued her Division 1 goals at Long Beach State University playing both indoor and beach volleyball. However, after freshman year and battling the pandemic, she switched to playing full-time on the beach team. Around March of 2021 Jade received her sixth concussion, which started her year and a half long struggle with post-concussion syndrome. This was an extremely tough battle, but led her to making the biggest transformations in her life.  Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:32 - Introducing Jade Waskom1:00 - Welcome to Jade2:18 - Childhood & Family Background3:26 - March 17, 2021 & My 6th Concussion10:10 - Dealing with Feelings11:30 - Advice to Teammates on Being Supportive13:49 - Feeling Unable to Advocate for Yourself16:21 - Halfway Healing Vs. 100% Commitment to Healing19:23 - Relaxation, Rest, & Recovery in Nature22:15 - Fall 202125:07 - Cleared Spring 2022 & Starting Therapy28:53 - BB Commercial29:01 - Journey Back to Our True Self30:24 - After Resting, How Did Things Start to Change For You?35:05 - Month of Camping & Aligning with Yourself38:00 - Hardest Part of Medical Retirement43:06 - Where Do You Go From Here?45:25 - One Piece of Advice 47:15 - Where Can People Find You?48:02 - Bringing it Full Circle49:36 - Deleting Social Media51:37 - Thank You52:18 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Jade - IG - @jadewaskomBook Recommendation: Untamed by Glennon Doyle

Rhymes With Orange
Ep. 93 | Kendra Hancock helps student-athletes win in the classroom

Rhymes With Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 22:59


Kendra Hancock has been director of student athlete support at Campbell University for over 10 years now — helping not only our wrestling program, but golf, women's soccer, softball and swimming, to name a few more. She joins Rhymes With Orange this week to talk about what it takes to motivate athletes to win in the classroom and her passion — running. Kendra will take part in the Boston Marathon next year, and in doing so, she's supporting a good cause.   Help Kendra reacher her fundraising goal: https://www.givengain.com/ap/kendra-hancock-raising-funds-for-good-sports-inc/#timeline  

When The Cleats Come Off
5 ways to help balance being a student-athlete

When The Cleats Come Off

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 30:50


Balancing student-athlete life can be MESSY, but it doesn't have to be! Today I'm sharing 5 ideas to start implementing into your routine that I PROMISE will help make your weeks less stressful and more manageable for the whole fam…because you deserve it. Check out the AG 365 Student-Athlete Planner - https://alwaysgrind365.com/products/ag-student-athlete-planner (https://alwaysgrind365.com/products/ag-student-athlete-planner)  Follow Ashley on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ashleybtraining/ (https://www.instagram.com/ashleybtraining/)  Similar Episodes of When the Cleats Come Off: 4 Qualities of Greatness - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000487146537 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000487146537)  How to Stay Motivated Amidst the Chaos - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000498145106 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000498145106)  How What you Eat Affects your Performance with Non-Diet Dietitian Katie Hake - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000503344779 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/when-the-cleats-come-off/id1525612274?i=1000503344779)

Vidette Radio
Podcast: A look into the life of a student-athlete

Vidette Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 43:39


In this week's episode of Redbird Report, we talk with former ISU track and field member Kyle Langellier about life as a student-athlete. We then talk about some important matchups with football and volleyball before looking at the men's and women's basketball's exhibition wins.

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast
Asbury Cheer - Kelsey Sampson & Jaiden Dollar

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 74:24


These ladies are more than just cheerleaders. They are both softball & volleyball players, too. And, they're really a lot of fun to talk to. Hear from Jaiden & Kelsey about their likes, what makes them sad, their moste embarrassing moments, and what they want to do next. Also, we hear from FCA's Kandi Armstrong about upcoming events you can get involved with. Plus, we talk local sports with Varsity Sports Analyst Greg Glasscock.  Thanks for haning out with us for a while. If you like what you hear, please share it with a friend. 

Supporting the STUDENT-athlete | Amy Densevich | Kent State

"The Dirt" NFCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 43:42


Legally Brief
Student-Athlete Katie Meyer: Should Universities Provide ”Miranda-type” Warnings?

Legally Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 27:35


Stanford University Women's Soccer player, Katie Meyer, died by suicide on March 1, 2022. Katie, 22 years old, is remembered as a "shining star" both on and off the soccer field. It is believed that Ms. Meyer was involved in a university disciplinary hearing and if Ms. Meyer had counsel, at the outset, and over the course of the proceeding she may have been able to better manage the stress imposed by the threat of a looming academic discipline. In this episode, we explore whether universities should implement an early notification system, whereby student-athletes are provided information about their rights, legal counsel, and support services available to them upon receiving communications that the student is the target or will be involved in a disciplinary action. Should universities provide student-athletes with "Miranda-type Warnings?" Join the conversation on Apple Podcast and don't forget to leave a 5-star rating. Learn more about Judie Saunders, Esq., and how she conducts internal investigations and defends companies and academic institutions against claims of harassment, sexual misconduct, discrimination and Title IX violations. This podcast is for informational purposes only.  Nothing in this podcast is legal advice, counsel or guidance. No offer, statement or representation has been made to serve as your attorney in any capacity.   No attorney-client relationship has been created. This information is general and may not be applicable to your particular circumstances. You must review your particular circumstances with a licensed attorney. 

WCUA Podcasts
Cardinal Athletes Episode 2: Cross Country

WCUA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 42:23


The Podcast that seeks to understand who the student athletes of The Catholic University of America are, by interviewing the players themselves. Balancing studies while playing a Division III sport can be tough, and I want to know how the players do it. Join me, Meredith Hamm, as I journey through the sports and the season to understand the lives of student athletes. This week I am interviewing Zoe Zelch and Paul Ames, from the Cross Country Team.

Cover IV Podcast
Section IV Student-Athlete to NFL Draft Pick with Bill Shear

Cover IV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 26:53


Our guest shares his unique story of first-time accomplishments, one of which landed him on the world stage.He takes us on his memorable football journey, beginning with his days as a Section IV Football student-athlete at Owego Free Academy, then onto his College Football Experience, culminating with being an NFL Draft pick, with a very unique story, involving one of the most iconic NFL Coaches, whose name is on the Super Bowl Trophy.Interwoven into his story are brief insights into a few of his other exceptional skills and great life lessons for all student-athletes.Support the showT.D. SmithCover IV Podcast Host“Everyone Section IV Football”(607) 221-6191www.CoverIV.comCoverIVPodcast@stny.rr.comListen to Podcast EpisodesSubscribe so you don't miss the latest Section IV Football News“May your football games and life, go into overtime.”

Down The Alley
Episode 84- Wagon of the Fall

Down The Alley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 71:29


P-Mac Ted and Katie talk about how their fall is going, DTA Cup, cornhole, food, and much much more!

The Dallas Morning News
10/20/22: Texas schools want to know when female student-athletes had their last period… and more news

The Dallas Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 5:31


Man convicted of fraud in ‘90s fled Texas, police say. An arrest in Asia brought him back; Texas schools want to know when female student-athletes had their last period; Man convicted of murder at Muslim-owned tire shop in Dallas faces hate-crime charges With gas prices hovering, Biden administration set to release more oil reserves; Dallas police officer killed in crash remembered as family man who loved to help others

3RIPLE 3HREAT
18. Student Athlete Informational: A 3RIPLE 3HREAT Quick Course

3RIPLE 3HREAT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 51:35


It is time for our annual Student Athlete Informational! We have gathered the best bits from some of our guests this season. The Student Athlete Informational episode shares with listeners what student-athletes need to know to make it to the next level. Marcus Woods shared with the 3RIPLE 3HREAT podcast about using good grades to extend his athletic career at the college level. BJ McKie shares about the different triggers that are needed. Stacy Harris shared with our audience about the mental preparation student-athletes need. Finally, Melvin Watson spoke about facing adversary. These are all important subjects student-athletes need to be educated on in order to be successful. So, tune into the Student-Athlete Informational to learn more! Tune into the 3RIPLE 3HREAT podcast to hear about The Ultimate Student-Athlete Experience: stories about student-athletes, for student-athletes and by student-athletes! Our DAE Foundation message is to bring quality information to student-athletes, parents of student-athletes and the community that supports them both. There is a wealth of knowledge being shared in our interviews with stories from former collegiate players, professional athletes, collegiate coaches, sports agents and more.

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast
Marshall Christian Volleyball / Basketball

Varsity Radio Show's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 70:02


Today, we welcome Seniors Kaitlyn Campbell & Cathryn Lynn into the studio to talk a little ball. They play multiple sports, are multi-talented, and really are a lot of fun. Plus, we hear the latest from FCA's Kandi Armstrong about upcoming events you can get involved in. Also, Greg Glasscock phones in from Tennessee to talk local sports. Youth Pastor Jordan McDaniel from Albertville First United Methodist Church cohosts today's show. Hang out with us for a while. And if you like what you hear, please share it with a friend. Thanks!

Your Body Advocate
Episode 35: Emmanuel Greene - Student Athlete

Your Body Advocate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 36:43


Emmanuel Greene Student Athlete instagram: @touchdownmannie_ 954-330-2879 emmanuelgreen7@gmail.com

Sports 'N Torts
From Trial Attorney to Sports Agent, Building an Agency, Transitioning Student Athletes to Pro Athletes and Negotiating Contracts for Professional Basketball Players with Duncan Lloyd

Sports 'N Torts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 45:36


Duncan Lloyd is a sports agent with Overtime Sports based out of Philadelphia, PA whose firm specializes in representing professional basketball players in the NBA and abroad. We learn about Duncan's transition from trial lawyer to sports agent and how he has successfully built a sports agency. Duncan likes to say he is now a sports agent who is a recovering trial attorney. Duncan manages client recruitment and business development for Overtime Sports and uses his network of coaches and executives in the NBA and around the world to find the right professional homes for his clients. Duncan talks about the process, transition, and timing for young men from student-athlete to pro athlete and what he sees as his role in making that happen. We learn the day to day life of a sports agent and how deals get done. We learn his role in how his clients train and get prepared for their professional careers. Of course I had to ask him his opinion on the Freddie Freeman negotiation and if the Braves can expect to sign Dansby Swanson with the same agency involved. I also had to ask him about his thoughts on professional athletes who choose to represent themselves. We discuss contract terms that are important to his clients outside of just year/dollar amount and the importance of understanding his client's needs and wants. Finally, we talk some specifics about NBA team construction, CBA's, his understanding of business sides of sports, and his thoughts on college NIL deals. If you, like me, are always interested in professional athletes signing big deals, the agents role in making that happen and what goes on behind close doors in the process, then this is the podcast episode for you. You can find Duncan's firm at https://www.otisports.com/ and follow them on IG at @oti_sports.

The Student Manager
#113 - Mater Dei '19 Kristina Pepek shares life as a student-athlete at UCSB

The Student Manager

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 27:15


Will the Guachos win the Big West Conference for Women's Volleyball?  Download and listen to Mater Dei '19 Kristina Pepek share what it's like to be a student-athlete at UCSB.  The senior Gaucho talks about her experience the past four years on this beautiful campus.  She talks about how the Mater Dei volleyball program prepared her for the collegiate level.  Also, Kristina shares how she rushed a sorority, but it wasn't for her and she dropped out.  Is UCSB a school you are considering?  Pepek tells all...what she likes and dislikes.  What is she going to do after graduation?  This is an episode you don't want to miss.

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
View From The Grandstand - How NIL Gears Student Athletes for Post-College Careers with Chase Griffin, Student Athlete Executive in Residence with UniWorld Group

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 19:38


The conversation around name, image and likeness (NIL) has been going on throughout the 21st Century. The NCAA reached a point in 2021 where student athletes across the country became allowed to monetize off NIL and since then it's taken over the division-1 college sports landscape. Today, top talent such as University of Alabama quarterback and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young is making millions of dollars thanks to endorsement deals, but it is a lot to be able to manage while also being a student athlete.   UCLA redshirt-junior quarterback Chase Griffin is a student athlete executive in residence with UniWorld Group. Chase has credited UWG with helping set him up for his future as he is learning more about the media agency business and preparing for a career post-football.   Chase sat down with Justin Paura on the View From The Grandstand podcast to discuss how and why he decided to team up with UWG and explain what NIL has done for him and will do for other student athletes like him. Be sure to watch or listen to View From The Grandstand on MediaVillage.com or wherever you get your podcasts. The full interview will also air during MediaVillage's Advancing Diversity Week stream, from October 17-20 on MediaVillage.com.

Idaho Sports Talk
WWE COMING TO BOISE STATE TO RECRUIT STUDENT-ATHLETES

Idaho Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 14:59


National reporter Chris Vannini, who covers college football and pro wrestling for The Athletic, joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about Tuesday's news from the WWE. The pro wrestling organization is hitting the Boise State campus in November "in search of the next generation of WWE Superstars.''See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Voices of Manufacturing
How to Tackle Hiring By Recruiting Student Athletes To Man The Line

The Voices of Manufacturing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 37:15


01:36 — You have open roles, but there's a leaky bucket compounding the retention problem08:33 — What job can I do that fits my lifestyle and doesn't displace my sense of balance?10:10 — Hiring athletes from local colleges to run the line. Movie script or hiring strategy?13:43 — Brainstorming hiring ideas creates the question, “Really? You'd let us do that?”17:30 — Investing hiring & training resources in temporary labor pools25:00 — How to capture and bottle all of the excitement as fresh eyes come onto the floor35:00 — Do sports teams who work together on the assembly line win on the offensive line?Follow us on LinkedIn to continue this conversation, join us for some AMAs, and keep in the loop: linkedin.com/company/dozukiInterested in learning more about Dozuki? Visit us at dozuki.comFollow Kawasaki Motors on LinkedInFollow Brian Sallee on LinkedInFollow Michael Muilenburg on LinkedIn

KINGS HOUR
#13 Supporting Student Athletes

KINGS HOUR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 72:02


The kings have a special guest, David Watts is a student-athlete advocate that travels country speaking at schools, camps, and clinics about academic achievement, college planning/recruiting, character development, and preparing young people for life when their athletic careers are over. Listen as the kings go over all the different struggles students have to deal with, but most importantly key take ways they can apply before and during college.Connect with David Watts Facebook: David Watts Consulting & Empowerment & Engagement CoalitionInstagram: @DavidWattsConsultingTwitter: @DWCInfo & @eec4boysYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DavidWattsConsulting/feed

The Sydcast
Student-Athlete Kevin Boyce Takes On Brown University

The Sydcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 54:24


Episode SummaryUniversity students and Covid. Scholar-athletes fighting to preserve their sport in a diminished resource environment during Covid. African-American students willing to have the “uncomfortable” conversations with classmates, professors, and administrators. Competing to get better every day. Kevin Boyce from Brown University, on The Sydcast.Sydney Finkelstein Syd Finkelstein is the Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He holds a Master's degree from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. Professor Finkelstein has published 25 books and 90 articles, including the bestsellers Why Smart Executives Fail and Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent, which LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman calls the “leadership guide for the Networked Age.” He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Management, a consultant and speaker to leading companies around the world, and a top 25 on the Global Thinkers 50 list of top management gurus. Professor Finkelstein's research and consulting work often relies on in-depth and personal interviews with hundreds of people, an experience that led him to create and host his own podcast, The Sydcast, to uncover and share the stories of all sorts of fascinating people in business, sports, entertainment, politics, academia, and everyday life.Kevin Boyce Born and Raised in Columbus, Ohio, Kevin Boyce is a Brown student. He most recently graduated undergrad studying Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizational studies and intends to complete his master's in Public Affairs this spring. He is a sprinter on Brown's track and field team doing his college career. Outside of Track, he has also been involved in community building and advocacy for marginalized communities at Brown, most recently serving as a staffer for the Brown Center for Students of Color and having been appointed to Brown's Anti-Black Racism Task Force, whose goal was to best address how the university handles issues of racism in a way that reflects Brown's mission of education, scholarship, and service to society.Insights from this episode: The impact of Kevin's classes on his lifeDiversity in campusKevin's life on campusStudying during COVID-19Kevin's copying mechanisms during COVID-19The importance of setting boundariesWhat it takes to be a fast learnerKevin's definition of winningQuotes from the show:“It (studying during COVID-19) was such a chaotic experience just particularly the way that everything unfolded so fast” —Kevin Boyce [15:19]“For me personally, it was hard to not be as active as I had been. I had to find new ways to be active” —Kevin Boyce [18:24]“It was still nice to have some sort of social interactions. I personally appreciated and appreciate my friends a lot more than I have before. I am not saying I didn't appreciate them, but we really take that for granted when you have it and it's taken away from you” —Kevin Boyce [20:26]“Sprinting in particular is a very technical experience. It's not just going out there and just running as fast as you can. A lot of it is form, a lot of it is positioning of your body, a lot of it is general strength” —Kevin Boyce [26:28]“For me personally, and I think for a lot of people on the team, it's not always just about being the very best of the best, but what it's about is just being better incrementally each and every day. I go to practice every single day just trying to be a little better than I was the day before, a little better than I was the week before, and that progress gets me to be able to win” —Kevin Boyce [30:38]“I just think that in general if you know you are not going to be the very best of the best, you have to 1) believe that you can be and 2) work to get incrementally better every single day” —Kevin Boyce [33:19]“We as a community need to have conversations that do make us feel a little uncomfortable from time to time” —Kevin Boyce [42:42]“I think that putting ourselves in a position to have uncomfortable conversations allows us to really have the progress we seek to make as a collective group, as a human race in general” —Kevin Boyce [43:25]Stay connected:Sydney FinkelsteinWebsite: http://thesydcast.comLinkedIn: Sydney FinkelsteinTwitter: @sydfinkelsteinFacebook: The SydcastInstagram: The SydcastKevin Boyce Twitter: Kevin BoyceSubscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Stitcher, iTunes, and Spotify.This episode was produced and managed by Podcast Laundry.

Hysteria
"Consent of the Governed" with Kyra Harris Bolden

Hysteria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 84:35 Very Popular


Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco dive into staunchly pro-life Herschel Walker's abortion underwriting and Florida's invasion into the privacy of student athletes before sitting down with Michigan State Supreme Court candidate Kyra Harris Bolden. Next, Amanda Nguyen and Nona Willis Aronowitz come on to chat about sex, consent, and how the "sexual revolution" has let some women down. Then, we end on a Sani-Petty.Show NotesKyra Harris Bolden for Michigan Supreme CourtBaba YagaRise (Amanda Nguyen's organization)Bad Sex: Truth, Pleasure, and an Unfinished Revolution by Nona Willis Aronowitz

Discover America with Prince Nesta
The Importance of Mental Health for Student Athletes

Discover America with Prince Nesta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:36


Hotbox regulars Sean Sear and Reyden Morett are joined by University of Nevada Athletics intern photographer Louis Bubala to discuss the importance of mental health for student athletes, as well as an unraveling Wolf Pack football season and a preview to Wolf Pack basketball.

The Darlington Podcast
Pre-K to 8 Student-athlete Spotlight

The Darlington Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 14:46


Welcome to Episode 78 of The Darlington Podcast!   In this episode, third grade teacher Steve McConnell talks with Pre-K to 8 students Addie Greene ('31), Hudson Lucas ('31), Finley Pilgrim ('27) and Loxley Pilgrim ('30) about their recent accomplishments in extracurricular sports outside of Darlington. McConnell is an avid sports fan, and his guests enjoy talking with their former teacher about all things baseball and softball. https://www.darlingtonschool.org/Today/Details/6137209 (Click here for complete show notes >>)

The Breakdown with Shaun King
Ep. 661 - Duke University also miserably failed this student athlete

The Breakdown with Shaun King

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 11:08


Did you hear the story about the young Black woman who experienced outrageous racism and bigotry playing in a volleyball match against BYU in Utah? I've long since heard about the racism of Utah, so that alone didn't surprise me. It didn't even surprise me to learn that the staff of BYU failed to intervene in the moment to make sure the racist taunts stopped and people were held accountable right there in the moment. But I think Duke University is getting off far too easy here. Coaches and staff from Duke should've protected their player and refused to continue the match under such conditions. It was their responsibility to intervene and stand up for their own student so that she felt seen, valued, and protected in that moment. But it appears that simply did not happen. Schools and athletic programs from elementary school all the way through professional sports, honestly, need to have a full game plan on what they will do in the face of racism and bigotry when they encounter it - so that when it happens, they aren't having to think creatively in the moment, but already have a strategy in place.