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Will Healy is on the brink of another bowl season, Ron Sanchez helped Charlotte Men's basketball get to 4th in the conference standings by his 2nd year, and Rob Woodard went 24-8 in his first full season as the baseball Read More
The Panther Insider Podcast Driven by Ford will tell the stories of our student-athletes, coaches, and all those surrounding the Georgia State Athletics program. As Georgia State Women's Basketball continues to practice for the season to begin in November, head coach Gene Hill joins the podcast to discuss the state of the program and what he hopes for during the 2021-22 season.
It's WNBA Finals week and women's basketball coach and athlete advocate Tony Thompson returns to discuss the league, the recent dismissal of former NFL head coach Jon Gruden and the chances of Naperville's Candace Parker leading the Chicago Sky to a possible WNBA championship.
On this episode of R&R on Sports, Howard and Larry talk NFL COVID protocol and the release of Cam Newton, the Bishop Sycamore debacle, and are joined by George Mason University Women's Basketball Head Coach Vanessa Blair-Lewis, as we hear her inspirational story. Make sure to tune into this episode and the latest episodes of R&R on Sports on kudzukian.com or by downloading the Kudzukian App.
For the past 10 years Coach J.D Gravina has built a proven winner in Women's Basketball at Western Illinois University. Coach Gravina spoke to MacombNewsNow.com on Tuesday and gave us a behind the scenes update on the next season of Women's Basketball at Western Illinois University. The new season may not tip off until December 20th when WIU hosts Denver, but we can start the hype today about a new season of Summit League Women's Basketball.
Shawnee Harlee is a two-time Olympian as the former Assistant Coach for the Women's Basketball team and at the elite levels for 26 years coached in World Championships, FIBA Americas and World University Games.Today we will explore about how you can translate winning in sports into winning in your business and most importantly life.#success #bussinessstrategies #confidence #Olympics #sportsSubscribe to The Transform U! Live Show on YouTube or on any podcast app by just searching the name of the podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX9yX3P1lWwSponsorsNorth Bay Freight @northbayfreightBuck Wild Designs www(dot)buckwildtshirts(dot)comEvery1 Wins Foundation
Jeff and Nate discuss Larry David's un-invitation from the Obama's party, and the Cuomo debacle in New York....then look back at 20 years of US military presence in Afghanistan (11:36)....Kevin Durant's ascension into the pantheon of all-time greats (24:45)....the MLB/Barstool Sports headlines (31:57)....the dominance of US Women's Basketball (38:45)....and their all-time favorite duos; real life, fictional, and culinary (43:48).
What things never entered God's mind? How about that half of the US Women's Basketball team would put in their biographies that they are lesbians who are married, engaged, or otherwise in a relationship to other women. Perverts. Sins like stealing, adultery, perjury, murdering one's neighbor, those that are prohibited in the Ten Commandments, certainly entered God's mind as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit were planning the creation and developing the contingency plans for how God would respond if mankind rebelled and what He would do given the kinds of sins mankind would commit. But the Bible lists one sin that is so very horrific that God said that it never even entered His mind, that men would do such a thing. See this at opentheism.org/vv#category-6. So, that in a fallen world men might begin acting like pigs and dogs and forsake the natural use of the woman and burn in their lust male for male, draining the cup of filth to its dregs, that was a practice that, very likely, God thought through as a possibility. But that men would commit one particular sin (so much worse than even homosexuality) isomething we read about in Jeremiah, is presented in Category 6. Today's Resource: Predestination & Free Will SeminarSo much is at stake when people consider predestination and free will. Strong emotions often surface with a discussion of this topic. That passion points to our critical need to understand the truth regarding whether or not God has predetermined who will go to heaven and who will go to hell. Also, the question of whether or not God has planned out each person's life affects us. Does God have a plan for your life? Does a blueprint exist for your future? Did God predetermine whether or not you would get married, and to whom? Did God plan whether you would be wealthy or poor, happy or sad? If God does plan your life, does He do so in minute detail or in general themes? If God has a plan for your life, are you able to alter that plan? This topic directly influences people concerning how they live their lives. As Christians, we must seek God to accurately portray the LORD to others. For any misrepresentation of God will dishonor Him and perhaps bring harm to those misled. You can now order the seminar video in a 3-DVD set or MP4 video download.
Too much sports to keep track of? No problem. Chris Bibona and Annie O'Donnell tackle the biggest news in the athletic world; from Spain to Tokyo, all the way back to L.A.-- the KOCI Crew covers Messi, the Olympics, USA Basketball, and NBA free agency all in 60 minutes!
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James recaps Oregon's Saturday Night Live camp and its top performers, Ducks women's basketball lands No. 7 recruit Chance Gray, USC WR Bru McCoy is arrested, No. 1 2022 recruit QB Quinn Ewers enrolls at Ohio State early and another day in Texas/SEC realignment drama
Hosts Da'Yon Dunlap (@DayonDunlap) and Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) are joined by guest Ron Hughey (@CoachHugheyUH), the University of Houston women's basketball head coach. Hughey talked about how his team has done in offseason workouts, transfers Tiara Young and Ash'a Thompson, Laila Blair's growth. He also discussed the recent shakeup in the college world with the requests by Oklahoma and Texas to join the SEC, and he also talked about scheduling and much more! #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "YANEZ" for 10% off at checkout.
We sit down with NCAA/NBA scout Wes Brown to talk about the upcoming NBA draft. Then we're joined by Sportsnet's Hayley McGoldrick to talk all things Olympic basketball and Team Canada's quest to bring home women's gold.
Basketball has taken Whanganui born and raised, Megan Compain all over the world, including competing in the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games. But she also made history as the youngest player (and the only New Zealander) to be selected for the Women's National Basketball Association or WNBA - the counterpart to the NBA in the United States. Itâ€™s 25 years since the WNBA was established and along the way, Megan also had her fair share of interactions with some legendary players...and Kobe Bryant was one of them.
Light the flame! It was a year late, but Tokyo 2020 is off and running and this week's edition previews a marquee team sport. Can anybody stop Team USA from a seventh straight Olympic gold medal in women's basketball? Will Australia's Opals finally shine golden? And who could come from the shadows to make a "Miracle On Hardwood"? Karleigh Webb sits in with Fans Only Sports' Women's Basketball Analyst Lauren Rosenberg on the ins and outs of the Olympic Draw, the WNBA at the Olympic break, and why the deep talent pool should have the WNBA thinking "expansion". Also in this week's edition: Olympic update: Soccer and softball get underway History in Sapporo: A Canadian trailblazer makes an Olympic first Big Ups: To a hockey player on the rise, and to a legal eagle taking wing for what's right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Coach Adia Barnes joins Amy to fill us in on life after reaching the NCAA National Championship game. Adia shares her experiences, with her team, throughout the COVID Pandemic. Adia then details her mentality, as she looks to continue sustained success with her program. Adia goes on to give extremely strong and profound words on her role as a role model for women in sports. And lastly, Adia can't wait to get their crowds back to full capacity this upcoming season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Joe Matthews is joined by analysts Heaven Hill and Jonathan Heite to reminisce on both of Seton Hall's basketball teams and their performances last season. Highs and lows, breakout performances, our favorite games and more right here on Pirate Recap! The discussion on Seton Hall women's basketball starts at 1:04:35.
Today on the show: The American League won their 8th straight All Star Game but we couldn't get our focus off of how ugly the jerseys were Lamar Jackson was seen on video playing football with kids on a basketball court and somehow we're supposed to believe this is a bad thing The Team USA Men's basketball team dropped 2 straight exhibition games...what gives? Also, why should we be more confident in the Women's national team? Follow the show on Twitter: @BmoreSportsPubLike us on Facebook: Baltimore Sports PubDon't forget to subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify !Thanks for having a seat in The Pub! For more visit Baltimoresportspub.com
Coach Jen Hoover talks about growing up in Virginia, being a Hall of Fame basketball player at Wake Forest, and eventually becoming the Head Coach of her alma mater! Her journey has taken her from coast to coast and multiple time zones, she talks about getting married an the sacrifices that were made to make the marriage work. Coach Hoover also shares what it's like to just be "Mom" to her daughter especially when it comes to her daughter's passion of equestrian. She provides great insight to what it's been like to be a Head Coach in the ACC alongside the likes of Muffet McGraw, Sylvia Hatchell, Joanne McCallie and others. Coach Hoover gives one of the best pieces of advice that's been given on this podcast before - and even talks about what it was like to go to school with Randolph Childress and Rodney Rogers. You'll be hard-pressed to find a more passionate and true Wake Forest Demon Deacon than Coach Hoover!
With NIL going live July 1st, we have seen a lot of Iowa Hawkeye athletes taking advantage. We discuss that and what it means before diving into Iowa basketball recruiting talk as the Hawkeyes lost out on a 4-star shooting guard. We wrap up by breaking down the women's basketball media conference and what they are focusing so heavily on during the offseason. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The guys talk to Taylor Soule of the Boston College women's basketball team. Headed into her dominant senior year. We catch up with some of her favorite moments from her past seasons as well as what is expected from her this season. We also talked some off court topics as well. Charles and Dan dive deep into who will be facing the Suns in the finals. What is going on with the Celtics? Funny you should ask we will be joined later by the ultimate green teamer. With the Canadians down to nothing going into game three can they pull off the upset come back? If there is anything you guys want to bring up please drop a comment in the chat! As always please like and subscribe! YouTube channel: Erase The Chalk IG: @EraseTheChalk FB: Erase The Chalk Podcast Twitter: EraseThe_Chalk Also if you guys would like some FREE STICKERS! Send us a DM or email to email us: EraseTheChalkPod@Gmail.com
Join us on this week's episode of Black & Mild with our guest, Head Coach of FSU's Woman's Basketball @coachsuefsu, where we talk about her sabbatical last year, valuable lessons she pulled from it, and what it was was like jumping back into the game!
Hosts Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) and Justin Barbosa (@Jbarbosa_95) talk about University of Houston men's basketball guard Quentin Grimes' week at the NBA Draft Combine and how it has impacted his stock for the 2021 NBA Draft. Then the two give an update on the nonconference games for the upcoming season for both UH men's and women's basketball. #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "YANEZ" for 10% off at checkout. To check out Kris Gardner's interview with UH women's basketball head coach, click here!
Cam Newbauer, women's basketball coach at the University of Florida joins us this week. Cam and I discuss his mentors and the profound effect that had on him, his strengths, staff management, and much more. Cam is a stud...super engaging authentic and comfortable in his own skin. We had a really easy and fun conversation.
The biggest storylines from the weekend! Crina is joined by special guest Evin Gualberto to discuss the Sun flaming out and the Wings taking flight. Meanwhile, the WNBA celebrated its 25th anniversary of its inaugural game this past Sunday between the Liberty and the Sparks, what does this mean for the growth of women's basketball? Finally, the All-Star game IS happening. With the Team USA roster being announced today, Crina and Evin debate the new rules for the exhibition game. Follow Evin on Twitter: Evin Gualberto (@evin_gual) / Twitter Subscribe to his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/EvinGualberto/videos Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Indeed Get started RIGHT NOW with a FREE SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/locked Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Courtney Kust '13 became Hope College's Assistant Athletic Director of Events on July 1, 2019. She also serves as assistant women's basketball coach. Kust has been a member of the Hope College women's basketball coaching staff since the 2014-15 season. She helps with recruiting responsibilities, scouting reports of opposing teams and player skill development. In 2018, Kust was named a member of the Women's Basketball Coaches' Association "Thirty Under 30 Class," a distinction that recognizes 30 up-and-coming women's basketball coaches age 30 and under at all levels of the game. In this episode Courtney Kust, Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Hope College joins the show to discuss the vital characteristics of being a successful assistant coach. Lessons learned as an assistant coach How to handle disagreements Responsibilities during practice Responsibilities during games Importance of relationships and much more... twitter.com/HopeCollegeWBB https://twitter.com/courtneyakust Check the links below to connect with us! Website: www.coachsedge.coach Camps: www.Cramerbasketball.com Online Training: https://cramerbasketball.mypthub.net/3/p/133059 Twitter.com/coachsedge1 Twitter.com/steve21cramer Facebook.com/cramerbasketball Youtube.com/cramerbasketball Instagram.com/cramer_basketball --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachsedge/support
Welcome to the Firstbeat Sports Podcast where we talk with coaches and sports scientists to explore the latest in performance monitoring and how it is making a difference in NCAA and pro sports alike. We're going to connect you with practical advice from the best in the business to help you take your athletes to the next level. On the line today is Jaime Fernandez. Jaime is the Assistant Performance Enhancement Coach at the University of Arizona where he works specifically with the Wildcats Women's Basketball program. Timestamps: Jaime's background (1:16) Recruiting processes for Wildcats Women's Basketball (9:11) Role of sports technology in strength & conditioning (11:50) How did the pandemic influence the current season? (13:50) Did being in the bubble make coaching easier or more difficult? (17:40) Playing Stanford in the NCAA Championship (19:46) Dealing with several cancelled games back-to-back (20:34) Quickfire questions (22:38) What made Wildcats choose Firstbeat? (24:23) Most important Firstbeat Sports data points and features (25:20) Training load differences between positions on the court (28:12) How did athletes accept tracking training data? (29:21) Best advice for upcoming S&C coaches (30:25) Would you like to listen to more content like this? Subscribe to our mailing list.
On a Wednesday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we have a JAM PACKED show! LSU Football recruiting guru from Geaux 247's Shea Dixon talks Tigers after a huge weekend in Baton Rouge. LSU Baseball hitting coach and soon to be head coach, Eddie Smith joins the show to discuss the Tigers magical run through Oregon and into Tennessee for the Supers. LSU women's basketball made a move and brought along former Baylor Associate Head Coach Sytia Messer. She joins Kim Mulkey in Baton Rouge.
Hosts Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) and Da'Yon Dunlap (@DayonDunlap) are joined by guest Tai Dillard (@UHCoachTai), who has been an assistant coach with the University of Houston women's basketball team since 2014. She discusses the challenges of the “Covid-19” season, the ups of the campaign, the roster additions to the team, the team's goal for 2021-22 and much more! #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters Be sure to check out ApolloHOU.com for homegrown Houston sports coverage as well as Astros and Rockets apparel you can't find anywhere else. Use promo code "YANEZ" for 10% off at checkout.
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses Aaron Feld getting a new deal, Robby Ashford sticking with football for 2021, NDSU rescheduled, Pac-12 men's basketball pairings are announced, Oreon women's basketball signs JUCO All-American, DraftKings sets Pac-12 win totals, NIL bill update
On a Friday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we talk with LSU Women's Basketball Head Coach Kim Mulkey from her Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. LSU Freshman Running Back Cory Kiner joins us to talk the new LSU Offensive system, being Mr. Ohio, and what it is like to be a Freshman on a team that is ready to compete for championships. Also, we chat with Barstool Sports Ben Mintz who asks us if LSU Baseball's Paul Mainieri has one more run in him as the Tigers hope to make another miracle run towards the postseason. He also talks NOLAWeen as Tom Brady and the Bucs come to New Orleans on Halloween Night... The Five Minute Critic, Nate Velasquez hops aboard to explain the future of movie and television award ceremonies after the Oscars tanked and the Golden Globes ceased to exist. Finally, we have Galen Iverstine of Iverstine's in Baton Rouge. He comes through with some meats to get us sweatin the good sweats on a Friday. 0:00 - Capital City Soul 2:48 - Welcome In! 9:00 - Seimone Augustus Tribute 20:00 - LSU Football's Corey Kiner 32:00 - Kim Mulkey 58:00 - Dickey V is a Two Face Sumbitch 1:02:00 - Galen Iverstine 1:17:00 - How do you cut your sandwiches? 1:24:00 - BaseBRAWL 1:33:00 - Barstool Sports Ben Mintz 1:47:00 - Nathan Velasquez
New UK Women's Basketball assistant Gail Goestenkors joins BBN Radio to talk about how and why she took the job at Kentucky, shares team building activities she has used to build Camaraderie. Plus she discusses leadership and gratitude. Hosted by Curtis Burch.
Brooke Wycoff has been a big part of the Florida State women's basketball program for over two decades. She is currently the Associate Head Coach for the Seminoles and coming off a season where she served as the Interim Head Cocah while regular head coach Sue Semrau took a leave of absence to care for her mother. Brooke is an FSU All-American who played her college hoops from 1997-2001. She began coaching with the Seminoles in 2011 after finishing a decade-long career as a professional player in the WNBA and overseas in Spain. In 2014, Brooke co-founded an organization called Moms in Coaching, a support group for mothers who coach basketball. Today on the podcast, we talk to Brooke about balancing motherhood and coaching, seizing the 2020-21 opportunity of being an interim head coach, how her faith in Christ guides her and why her purpose in coaching is bigger than basketball. --- If you enjoyed this podcast with Brooke, we know you'll love these conversations as well: – LaChina Robinson - Women's Basketball Analyst – Maria Taylor, ESPN Announcer For more stories on sports and faith, check out our website, SportsSpectrum.com Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Cal Cochran is an amazing Servant of God. He has been coaching on the Collegiate and Professional levels. Coach Cochran is currently an Assistant Coach for the Nigeria Olympic Women's Basketball Team. Coach Cochran was named the 2011 and 2012 Mid-Florida Conference Coach of the Year while at Daytona State College. Tap in and listen at an amazing message of faith, timing, and being in God's willl. Hear Coach Cal Cochran's take on Servant Leadership. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support
On a Friday edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we ask the important questions to important people. Important questions concerning a certain head coach opening within LSU Women's Basketball, to important people like Head Basketball Coach Kim Mulkey. The future Hall of Famer also talks about her induction into the Naismith Hall of Fame, which will be done by a certain Michael Jordan. His Airness. The Black Cat. Lili Courtney with Kitchen Confidence turns the show from work into play as she brings in food AND beverages! The cooking consultant explains how you she can get you from Joe to Pro in the kitchen just by scheduling her cooking workshops. Nate Velasquez, all the way from Hollywood, saunters into the UDL to talk movies, have some drinks and send us into the weekend! Enjoy!
Head to http://FanDuel.com/Clay for all your betting needs!49ers move to three to take QB, Jimmy G, Ealges, Dolphins moves? Shaka Smart to MarquetteClay gives his Sweet Sixteen gambling picks NCAA revenues explains men and women's basketball differencesMLBPA threatens to move ASG from ATL over Georgia voting bill