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Fresh update on "athletics" discussed on WREC Programming
"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off back in 1958 for the sixth time in his career. Mickey Mantle hits home runs from both sides of the plate. New York beats the Athletics 14 7 this week in 1968. Washington shortstop Ron Hansen pulled off an unassisted triple play. But the Cleveland Indians still won the game. 10 to 1 this week in 1972, the American Basketball Association announces that San Diego will receive a franchise and the NBA's Buffalo Braves relocate to San Diego and are renamed the San Diego Clippers This week in 1978, the Atlanta Braves and knuckleballer Phil Negro trounced the Cincinnati Reds 16 to 4 and halt Pete Rose's National League record hitting streak at 44 games this week in 1986, the United States. Football League wins and loses in its lawsuit against the National Football League, The jury finds that the NFL violated antitrust laws as the USFL claim, but awards the USFL only $1 in damages. The USFL is returning in 2022 this week in 2013 Katie Ledecky crushes the world record in the 1500 freestyle for her second gold medal at the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona, Spain, the 16 year old American finishes with a time of 15. In 36 53 to beat the previous mark by more than six seconds..
Manaea 9 KS, Chapman Homers for A’s in 10–4 Win Over Padres
"Sharman I it took a perfect game into the sixth inning and Matt Chapman smacked a three run Homer in the athletics ten four blowout over the Padres when I it kept the Padres off the base paths until he issued a one out walk to jurickson Profar and pinch hitter Eric Hosmer followed with a bloop single every time I go out there just you know get a little more confidence in my stuff and you know just going out there and transaction terms so anyway can avoid one Elvis Andrus had three hits and two RBIs for the ace who split the two game series mark Hanna added RBI singles in the second and fourth innings Blake snow had another short outing for San Diego allowing seven runs and seven hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "athletics" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"Denied the accusations in the press agents stood out in a black mask the pink back Ask Scott praise from fellow fencers like 50 Haj Mohammed, an Olympic bronze medalist. She tweeted kudos to the team for taking a stand for the safety of female athletes traveled separately and stayed at a hotel outside the Olympic Village, according to an investigation by Buzzfeed News defense are being allowed to get to the Olympics has raised questions about the efficacy of the nonprofit, safe sport. Leila Fadel. NPR NEWS Tokyo World number one Tennis star Novak Djokovic will leave the Olympics without a medal for the third games in a row. The Serbian pulled out of today's mixed doubles final with a shoulder injury. 20 time Grand Slam champion failed to place at the London Rio and now Tokyo Olympics in swimming. Britain won the Olympics first ever mixed Gender four by 100 medley relay The U. S came in fifth and in track and field. The US mixed four by 400 M relay team has been reinstated, a world athletics spokesperson says and officials error is to blame. After the Americans were disqualified yesterday for exchanging the baton outside the changeover zone. The Dominican team has also been reinstated. I'm Amy held in Washington and you're.
Singer Pink Backs Beach Handball Team on 'Sexist' Clothing
"Singer pink has offered to pay a fine given to the Norwegian female beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms and competition I marquees are littered with the latest he says she's very proud of the women of the Norwegian handball team for wearing shorts like the men do at the European beach handball championships in Bulgaria last week the team was fined about seventeen hundred dollars for violating the rules on clothing the European handball federation says it will donate the fine paid by the Norwegian handball federation to a women's sports foundation meanwhile the international Olympic committee has issued new guidelines to broadcasters for the games in Tokyo urging them to focus less on looks body parts and wardrobes slips and more on athletics
Fresh update on "athletics" discussed on BBC Newsday
"Poetry reporting from the Indonesian capital Jakarta. One of the main headline on this same topic. The new outbreak of coronavirus in China is continuing to spread cases have now been reported in the mega city of Chongqing. You're with weekend Now. Time to catch up with the world of sport. And here is column. Harrison COLUMN Thanks, Julian. We're gonna start with the news that Nigerian sprinter blessing Rocket. Barry has been thrown out of the Olympics after failing a drugs test all the details now from the BBC's Ed Harry in Tokyo. Cadbury tested positive for human growth hormone in an out of competition test on the 19th of July, conducted by the Athletics Integrity units, the independent body overseeing anti doping in track and field news of her provisional suspension and the substance concerned, brokered around quarter to nine in the morning here in Tokyo, just minutes before the day's first session of athletics at the Olympic Stadium. Here later this Saturday. Barry had been due to line up in the semifinals of the Women's 100 M. The Nigerian has been an ever present in the sports since breaking through with a long jump silver at the 2000 and eight Olympics in Beijing. She's also a former winner of the sprint double at the Commonwealth Games. Any appeals process would be thorough and take time, meaning that Barry's participation in this Olympics is over. The American gymnast.
A History of Women and the Olympics
"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women
Oakland Approves Own Terms for New Ballpark, A's Aren’t Happy
"News in the East Bay. It's now up to the athletics to decide if they want to stay in Oakland, the Oakland City Council approved their term sheet for the AIDS proposed $12 billion Waterfront stadium project at Howard Terminal, meaning the city still open to negotiating with the team Council president Nikki for Donato Baths. This marks a very important point for Oakland, the A's and this project and it is the beginning of I believe the eighth inning, but Sacramento business leaders are watching. Mostly hoping to lure in a major league baseball franchise to the city is president Dave Koval said the terms approved today are the exact terms the team wouldn't accept. Team officials say they plan to visit the Las Vegas area on Wednesday. Nika
Olson Homers, Kaprielian Dominates as a’s Blank Angels 6-0
"The athletics completed a two game sweep with a snappy six nothing shut out of the angels James completely and had another strong performance scattering five hits and striking out seven over six innings while lowering his ERA to two point six five I kind of believe in my stuff and I think you know the catchers are are starting to you know see that I believe that I have four pitches I can throw any time and and we're doing that we're executing and were able to push guys differently every single time they come up to the desk Matt Olson homered for the second straight day and added an RBI single the blast left him tied for fourth in the majors with twenty five home runs Rammohan Laureano hit a two run double what the athletic scored three times in the sixth to take control the eagles left ten on base and were for nine with runners in scoring position I'm Dave very
Reyes' Long Homer Highlights Indians' 3-2 Win Over a's
"The Indians won for the fourth time in five games by defeating the athletics three two in Oakland cal Quantrill picked up his second straight victory by limiting the ace to one run and four hits over five innings quattro hit consecutive batters to load the bases in the fifth before getting out of the jam to retain a two one lead obviously not ideal thrilled to I think it's just stick to the gameplan with fast once again on the next front mill race crushed a home run four hundred thirty seven feet into a luxury suite in center field at the Coliseum it was his fifteenth Homer of the season and fourth since coming off the injured list on July second Frankie Montas took the loss allowing two runs over six innings I'm the very
Manfred: A's Fate in Oakland to Be Decided in Coming Months
"Baseball commissioner rob Manfred says the fate of the athletics in Oakland will be determined in the next few months ae's owners have proposed a new ballpark in the Howard terminal area of Oakland Manfred said at the stadium project is not approved the team would move forward with either a move to Las Vegas or a wider relocation search the ace of implying that the antiquated calcium since nineteen sixty eight and have made several attempts to build their own facility the team has looked at options in Santa Clara and San Jose but the giants have territorial rights to Santa Clara and plans for a ball park in San Jose were scrubbed I'm Dave very
Strong Start by Montas Leads Athletics Over Astros 2-1
"Jed Lowrie and Matt Olson collected RBIs in the first inning and the athletics to one win over the Astros Frankie Montas fan ten while allowing five hits and a run over six and two thirds innings helping Oakland and a three game skid and avoid a three game sweep Elvis Andrus and also provided first in doubles to put the athletics ahead Olson also scored on Larry single V. A.'s altered Houston six game winning streak and don't lance McCullers his first loss in ten starts since April fourteenth the Astros now lead the AL west by four and a half games over Oakland I'm Dave very
Altuve, Tucker Homer to Lead Astros Over Athletics 4-3
"Kyle Tucker seventh inning home run broke a three three tie instant the Houston Astros to their sixth straight win beating the Oakland Athletics forty three Tucker's Homer came off a starter Chaman Nayar who had retired twelve straight Astros up to that point off the bat Tucker said he wasn't sure if the ball was going to leave the yard just like staring at home so don't terrible so I just try to run yeah I mean I had it well figure it out so the win puts the Astros five and a half games up on open for first place in the American League west Jose Altuve hit a three run Homer for Houston while Matt Wilson and Elvis Andrus went deep for the rays who have now lost five of six Adams bowling Houston
Álvarez Hits 2 HRs, Drives in 5 Runs As Astros Beat A’s 9–6
"Yordanov arise finished three for three with two home runs and five RBI as the Houston Astros overcame deficits of three nothing in sixty two to beat the Oakland Athletics ninety six with the Astros down three nothing in the first Alvarez smacked a two run Homer then with his team trailing six to three in the fifth he sent a three one fastball over the left field wall to level the contest was able to they broke the tie with a two run single in the sixth as the Astros won their fifth straight game and increase their lead in the American League west a four and a half games out of schooling Houston
Nick Pivetta Strikes Out 10, Pitches Red Sox Past A's 1-0
"The red Sox were held without an RBI and still came away with a one nothing win over the athletics the lone run came on Raphael Devers double play grounder in the sixth inning that was enough offense for Nick Pivetta who struck out ten and allowed just two hits over seven innings I just saw the strike zone there get a lot of really contact to a lot of fly balls so that helped me out kind of keep the pace up to that it was only three of his previous seven starts since may twenty sixth win over the Braves Alex Verdugo had two hits for the red Sox ninth win in ten games James could brilliant was the hard luck loser allowing five hits with a career high ten strikeouts over seven innings I'm Dave Ferrie
NCAA Clears Student-Athletes to Pursue Name, Image and Likeness Deals
"So in college athletics, let's say that you own a Clothing line. But you're thinking to yourself. You know what businesses is kind of slow, but hey, I'm hearing Fayetteville, Arkansas. You know what? I've got the bright idea that I want to have the quarterback of the team where my clothes and tweet a picture out about it. Before yesterday. You couldn't do that legally. But now you know what you can do. You can, d m said player. You can negotiate a deal with, said player They can wear your clothes tweeted out and openly. Let us know. That they have received money. To do this. Before we go to the phone lines. I want to read
Gallo Homers in 5th Straight Game, Rangers Blast A’s 8-3
"Joey Gallo homered for the fifth straight game innate low went deep twice in the Rangers eight three pounding of the athletics Gallo went three for three with a walk and three RBIs while tying the second longest home run streak in club history I've always been somewhat streaky I I mean right now it's just a just and I mean nothing can go wrong for me and that's that's everywhere about what it's almost surprising John Hicks had his first home run since twenty nineteen is Texas won for the fifth time in six games the Rangers jumped on a starter Sharma night for four runs on nine hits in five innings finishing with fifteen hits winning pitcher John king allowed two earned runs despite no hitting the age for three innings of relief on the ferry
Irvin Fans 8, A's Beat Giants 6-2 to Avoid 3-Game Sweep
"Call Irvin struck out eight in eight innings of the athletics six two victory over the giants but allowed three hits walked two and matched the longest start of his career I wasn't able to stay on top of the ball a lot more calls coming out my hand later dates and you know command is not sort of something I I worry about that's what comes first when I pitch that's always comes first for me Matt Chapman had two hits and two RBIs to help the age of forty three game sweep by their bay area rivals Chapman's two run single off starter and loser semi long extended his hitting streak to a career high fifteen games aromas Garcia added a pair of RBI singles for Oakland which went foreign six on its road trip long allowed four hits and four runs in five innings I'm Dave Ferrie
A's Split With 5-1 Win in Texas as Bassitt Gets 8th Win
"Chris Bassett allowed one run and five hits over seven innings as the athletics down the Rangers five one to gain a split of their four game series I didn't feel well in trouble that much just because I use that it wasn't wasn't like they were putting good swings on my stuff so I wasn't too concerned about that I just started sport about making quality pitches Bassett is eight and all with the two point nine five ERA in fourteen starts since losing his first two appearances Jed Lowrie drove in two runs with a single and a no doubt home run his first inning single gave the age of three nothing lead losing pitcher Kolby Allard was reached for four runs over six innings you I. white had two hits and scored the Rangers only Ron white is eight for fifteen in his last four games on the ferry
Former Texas A&M Football Coach R.C. Slocum Diagnosed With Hodgkin Lymphoma
"Tough news out of texas today. Are she slocum. The legendary coach. He's also a member of the college playoff committee. Unfortunately some some news released that he has been diagnosed with hodgkin lymphoma very best coach slocum one of the sabre people in the history of college athletics and it is certainly sad news. We hope He works through this and we hope to be able to speak to him in in the near
Urshela Takes Shard in Eye, Then Hits Go-Ahead Homer
"G. O. R. chella slander go ahead Homer in the Yankees rallied from three runs down to beat the athletics seven to five ending Oakland's seven game winning streak Shelagh stayed in the game after a shard of broken bat hit his eye in the second inning he drove in new York's first run with the fourth inning single and put the Yankees ahead with an eighth inning blast Gary Sanchez tied at four four in the six with his fifth home run in nine games winning pitcher Chad green struck out the side in the eighth and Aroldis Chapman ended the game by fanning Matt Chapman on a one hundred three mile an hour pitch with the potential tying run on base Chapman and Tony Campolo mark for the eighth I'm Dave Ferrie
Kaprielian Makes It to Bronx, Leads a's Over Yanks 5-3
"The Oakland Athletics won their seventh straight game and then the Yankees three game winning streak five to three Tony Kemp three run Homer in the sixth inning off reliever Wandy Peralta overcame a three two New York lead built on home runs by teaching let me hook that door it was just the third Homer of the year for camp yeah I don't feel good you know we just came in here and we know we have a good record on the road and you know to try to pass the time have good at bats and tickets went on that one right there one time Yankees first round draft pick James corporately and picked up the win for the ace in his Bronx debut giving up just three hits while fanning seven to raise his record to form one Matt Olson in his nineteenth Homer the FO Oakland tying for second in the American League Tom Mariam the York
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Thing about sinclair college. It is top to see another year of no sports at saint clair but at least the community college is taking care of those athletes. That are staying put to work on their degrees. So that's pretty much. the article. Again chris stewart for dayton daily news and the ever wine on the clarion is by richard footsie associate editor of the student paper. The mean again. What the athletics. website being offline. It's tough to see. You know some funny things about sinclair athletics history. What's pot of time. The teams were known as the satan's i am not making that up the sinclair. Satan's back i think this latest sixties but Yeah whatever whatever place you got to learn about sports like oh we used to be. Satan's like oh that's great it case. You're wondering what the first classes or the first look. Campus was native eighty seven there evening classes in a one room.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Pages gone. What do i see in this. I really don't know. I i love to tell you that they'll deem athletics does have a place for those that are part of the athletic department and they'll keep them but unlike the episode talking about right state. Athletics really don't know because remember community colleges such a different animal to you know most of our institutions. Yes it's true. The right state is a mainly commuter school with about last time i checked a seventy percent not living on campus but was sinclair. There's no campus housing or anything like that so if you live nearby its off campus apartment so those no on campus living. It's learnedly buildings to wording get your classes done and then back to the parking lot and go home so i do realize that the two different monsters looking at the future of athletics are evect completely different which you know. We talk about sports and everything but remember to college and junior college. Sports are different. The whole task is to you know. Get your two year associate degree that move on for your bachelors or even further than that. The resolution cite a lack of quality time to apply towards restoring the resource intensive athletics program serving ninety student. Athletes remember this five sports. So write that down. That's less than twenty per sports. Baseball would probably be the most dumont calendar get out of here the most populous of the sports. So that's about eighteen kids per team again. I have to assume baseball. What have most of those bodies so for the current years athletic suspension all student athletes were offered a total tuition and fee waiver in eighteen of those athletes continued studying at sinclair in lieu of participating in athletics. Though students will have waivers extended for one more academic year if needed to complete their associate degree. According to sinclair so again sinclair is trying to do things right but this is not easy decision for anyone and again i feel like athletics brings something.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Nowhere in that ten has sports. Because let's face going pro you know depending on what sport it is. It's the odds are very very slim main. it is a shame but let's be real. There's not a lot that gopro unless you have like. You know a blessed talent or something like that so we go through and we'll also mentioned during this suspension of sports the athletic director jeff price. Who's also a fellow probably county native. He'll continue to maintain full time employment as well as the head. Coach is not the assistant coaches. They were not retained for. This season will not be retained for the foreseeable future. So they head coaches and jeff price will support student athletes and participate in the ongoing analysis of lennox at sinclair so eighteen eighty eight athletes will continue their education at saint clair meeting losing seventy in that process. Eighty eight being student. Athletes speed offered a free waiver to study and total tuition in place of participation in intercollegiate athletics. Those students waivers will extend for another academic year if needed to complete an associate degree at sinclair. So that is nice. They are taking care of the athletes. Make sure you know. Oh well you don't have sports and they're go you know.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Is one hundred fifty million dollars. The next five years expected to add another eighty million. Although i'm not sure if this change snakes to the wonderful corona virus sinclair awarded seven thousand ninety three degrees and certificates in the fiscal year. Twenty thousand nine hundred twenty and there were about thirty thousand students that tendency in clare and the previous academic year. It doesn't say how many are spread from downtown day and the branch campuses but thirty thousand. That's a lot. It's over double of right states and a lot. More than what the university of dayton has which. I don't know that exact number. I think it's like eight thousand or something like that sinclair graduates rating the overall quality of the community college as good to excellent. Well that number nine percent. That's pretty good. Ninety nine percent out of all the students say that the experience was at worst good so very popular community college. It is normally the way you go. If you want to get your non degree classes out of the way you get them done cheaper and that you can go to another college like right state dayton cincinnati miami out the credits transfer over. That's how community colleges normally work. There are a few four year degrees at sinclair. Start to offer but not many of them. Normally you go there for two years and then bam as cheap you save money and prepare for your degree so sinclair community. College is a very crucial part of date. And i think community colleges are great thing mean we got several. We got as an stayed up in pick wa with branch campuses around. There's clark states jibe believe is still technically community college. Although lately they dropped community out their name to the cincinnati state down the road. There's many of them. We talk about their sports when they play on this podcast. So that's the main topic. The future a sinclair athletics. We told you a little bit about the college now. It's time to tell you about the athletics. This is a program that plays in the ohio community college athletic conference and the n. j. c. a. The national junior college athletic association. That's the governing body. That pretty much sees most of the community colleges won't say all because you know there's other governing bodies for that sinclair last year called off sports for twenty twenty twenty twenty one because of the corona virus and that was about this time last year.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Okay so sports isn't in there. That's fine if you don't want to have as part of your student life experience okay. That's also fun so it mentions that june twenty twenty right state cut both men's and women's tennis and softball as much as i don't like talking about them. Ohio state is one of the few athletic programs. That are self sustaining. You think the cupcake. i mean. Sorry the football team. That schedules. Nothing but cokes. I mean the football team for most that although there athletics expects to run a deficit this year thanks to covid. Nineteen that's hitting everyone you know. There's no getting around that when you stop sports. That's when the money stops so yeah everyone's to deal with that. So take typically lsu turns a profit because the revenues from football even though how stay done playing one so with every other public university ohio. That's not the case. According to the data assembled by usa today subsidizing college athletics with university funds and or student visas commonplace. So it's not just rights. They does that good to know. So twenty seven point. Two million of the nearly forty mil athletics program. Miami university comes from subsidies and student fees at cincinnati of the about sixty nine million about thirty million comes from that bowling green twelve point nine million and university funds cover two point seven million of the twenty six billion dollar athletic budget so mostly student fees at bgsu and they've got some good programs up there as well. So this is sarah kilpatrick. Who is the executive director of the ohio conference of the american association of university professors. We continue to hear that university should operate more like businesses. I don't know of any business. I would look at an arm. That's losing ten million each year and think that the status quo sustainable or acceptable. Does she know of the whole. Spend money to make money type of thing. I also don't know of any business that would cut the employees who generate their revenue profit. That's not entirely true because of the fact that you know you're not cutting all of it you're just cutting some of it and you know what who saying. That right state won't hire them back. If you know attend goes back up to the highs the.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Schnur on this bright state. Athletics part of the community guy. Sorry faculty the don't like sports. You can't really take that away from dayton wright state said. The athletic department serves as a front porch for the university exposing many student athletes to the campus. So let's say you're getting the right state off six seventy five and you go off nor fairfield exit you head towards the left. You had north towards campus. What's the first thing you see. That's right states. You might see that whitewater tower by forest lane. Sure you might see those buildings but more than likely. It's the nutter. Center the home of right state basketball. That's the first thing you see. You might see the mills morgan pavilion. Which is where the basketball team practices. But that's what you see. I if you come out the main way the nutter center. If that's not more of a front porch to write state. I don't know what is so there you go. The exposure university gets from athletics. A hanson's the schools brand recognition making degree more marketable beyond just the dayton area. Athletics acts as a major connection. Point between donors and other areas of the university individuals identified in our door. Donor management system as men's basketball season ticket holders have given fifty seven million dollars to write state much of that going to support students outside of athletics. So fifty seven million right states sends about ten million for athletics. Yeah you got forty seven million dollars a profit there and again much of that going to outside athletics to support the student athletes so right state has one hundred ninety four student athletes competing on a eleven teams which i thought there's only ten. There's men's and women's soccer volleyball women's basketball baseball track and field and golf. Men's golf think. that's the ten. Am i missing something. I don't think i am. The university's athletics program ran a deficit for thirteen of sixteen years between two thousand five and two thousand nineteen according to a review of athletic department budgets by usa today and twenty nineteen. The athletics budget was twelve point. Four million dollars. What still is in bad about one point. Nine million in revenue came from ticket sales donations and licensing revenues which i have stood up of rights day athletics for the longest time. That's one thing. If i could just tell the athletics department i want to see more right state gear in the area. Okay i wanna see right. State gear next to dayton flyers gear. There's no sense. Why i it's no sense that i have to go to the beaver creek. Meyer for right state gear and the kettering buyer doesn't have any least not the last time i checked. I mean this podcast has never been about taking away from the university of dayton. Great tradition great fans and. I never want to see that end. I've always been about why can't rights. They have a share of that pot. You know why does it continue to be. Where right state can't have that piece of the pie as well like i said. I don't wanna take any pie way from yuji again the histories there. The fan supports there. I never wanna take that away. Because i'm proud of what you d is done and i'm a proud employee of ud athletics. I just want more for right staff lakes as well. You know what i'm saying. That's that's my whole thing so but that might be another episode for another time.
"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"So why am i doing a bare bones. Episode with no opening no transitions. Nothing like that. Well this again is near and dear to my heart. It's about right state. Athletics state grad. I walked with my diploma. Bachelor of arts november. Two thousand ten. And since i stepping foot on campus as a student in august two thousand six. I've been heavily ingrained with right state. Athletics in fact my first job on campus wasn't the radio station. That would be the guardian. Which is the student newspaper. Right state as a sports reporter and i remember. My first interview was with head coach. Mike tracy talking about the men's soccer team for two thousand six so i am well in cultured into rice. It up as someone. That is not an athlete. Nowadays i work as the announcer and sometimes fill in broadcaster for espn plus and espn. Three and i was really hoping to get to see the raider gang. That's the baseball team on. Campus was up and see right state baseball this weekend. But thanks to the kovic striking purdue for wayne that has turned the tides. And that's not happening now. It's also struck oakland as well. Not only the men's soccer team which knocked him out of the tournament and giving right state a chance to defend. Last year's i should say last season's horizon league tournament win but it affected the baseball team so right state has no opponents scheduled. As of saturday the tenth at ten thirteen in the morning for this weekend and next weekend and writes was off last weekend. So that's possibly three weekends off that's pro-dole and that's no fault of right state the first weekend. I'm not sure if that was a plan break or not but they go so right. State athletic as you might know. Wright state university in past years run into some financial trouble and attendance at wright state is down a bit. So what is the first thing. I see while this article from march twenty first right state review of athletics comes as overviews spending under scrutiny..
"athletics" Discussed on CNAA Overtime
"We're here today with samuel hardy. The director of athletics camden catholic. High school gambling catholic. High school is a suburban college preparatory day and boarding school and educate young men and women spiritually academically socially and physically in a faith community to develop as lifelong learners and leaders in the global society in the catholic tradition. Sam welcome to the show. Eight may thanks for having me. You got us so. Let's start by talking about you a little bit. How did you get into education. Sure so ever. Since i was a young boy. I have always loved sports and growing up in a very strong catholic family. It was all sports. In god's we're thinking so all through school high school. I played every sport <hes>. Captain of most of most every team. I play <hes>. I've sat i. Was i was going to be professional athlete. Growing up growing up through high school. And then you get to college. I went to wilmington university and try to play basketball. And you quickly realize you're not going to the nba. You get out of your little your little bubble and you realize okay reality hip so you're like all right what is it. What do i love. I love sports. I don't abandon it. And i love my faith and i. I love helping people and and reading people. So where does that take me. So i immediately became interested in of the athletic director. I just love business and helping people in sports. And if i can somehow convince myself this is. This is helping people every day then. It's a win win win. So i ended up getting my degree in sports management and in the day and age were in you need. You need an advanced degree. So i ended up going to saint thomas university. I got my mba down. In miami florida in sports administration from there i ended up telling to st john's catholic croats neither assistant athletic director. That's in <hes>. Maryland so it all happened to real quick and all the sudden. I'm i'm doing kind of what i wanted to do. And then <hes>. I get the call to come back home to new jersey to take take the role of head director of athletics. Akunin catholic high school. Where i'm from so he's the full certain kind of thing. It'll happen very quick. And i'm just i'm loving what i'm doing right now and i'm so blessed to be a part of this whole this whole process can make catholic right now. It's it's wonderful. Sounds a little like a dream. Come true away and you know like i said i'm blessed and early without my state in each part of this. It doesn't connect so there's no no way around that around that part. Now what do you consider to be the most important part of your role at camden catholic. They so at camden catholic. We'd have around seven hundred kids there and over about twenty two athletic fourteen so a lot of these kids sports with freshmen. Jv and varsity team. These kids are playing sports. So they're all involved in. Athletics was part in one way or another so my is to mentor them to help them become the best the best people they can be <hes>. And and that that comes from the top <hes>. Father joe cappella. He's director and when he hired me he he knew i could do the job. He had the education new. I had the experience what he what he really imposed upon me bringing me on. He said sam. I wanna i wanna make these young men and women love the lord as much as they love. Their sport said father. I'm the man for the job. That was my life. Grownups and that is what i consider. My biggest role camden catholic. Now in dealing with all of that you're now having to deal with kofi nineteen. It's been a huge challenge for schools and athletics. What are some of the lessons you've learned from having to deal with the pandemic cogan. What's that right right. Yeah no man like you said you said it's it's unbelievable how this is just taking over and changed everything. We do actually back in march. When when we all had to quarantine. I started up a little a weekly rosary and a lot of athletes joined. And so we kind of stayed in touch through that <hes>. Zooming zooming all the time. And now that we're back. It's it's like the old saying goes show. God you plan. If you wanna making last well we have plan and half of it gets cancelled. It's it's unbelievable. The amount of postponements cancellations. But let me tell you these kids. These teachers these administrators coaches. They're wonderful through this. They are just going with the flow. They are absolutely adjusting to this better than adult in. You know better than the average person out there so it's very encouraging
"athletics" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Athletics so I'm I'm not averse to rolling up the sleeves and getting out there and doing whatever I can to support both Canadians all Canadians and then also myself so I mean but contract eight tracing any way that I can help with the current efforts I will be exploring so the little Canadian journalists here laughs with the student says that you know what I can roll up my sleeves I'm an athlete I I would like to work out you know help to help on farms work on a farm see this is the way the elitist thank of us manual labor work for and then you've got a the mayor of Boston this is Marty Walsh he we can't we can't pre re open go back to work Boston not even thinking about as you said reopening just that you're not there yet but there are other states that are Georgia South Carolina as you look at those decisions being made what do you think it up I was watching CNN last night and it is pretty it's pretty you know could be pretty scary I'm watching a lot of them has pushed back on a lot of the Minnesota my colleagues pushing back on some of the decisions being made opening beaches are opening act do you know different different not movie theaters things like that that can be a very dangerous situation in those cities and towns and states if they don't have the testing which we don't if they don't have the tracing which we don't if they don't have all of that all of the process set up in what could happen is we'll see another surge in cases where people are you talking about I second church here in the in the in the fall in the winter I can't imagine having to go through what we're going through again we need to prepare for that so when we open up society and it's going to be a different normal when we re open society we have to be thinking about what is the second church look like and how do we keep our economy during that time it's scary he said that's scary the people about the thinking about doing that in his is actually it is dangerous very dangerous no we don't have enough testing a place a we had testing in place well it would be safer it would be less dangerous but until we get the testing and I want to remind you that it's only in America you had this obsession with testing testing testing and are not necessarily talking about testing with antibodies every single day we get news reports of how many people have attested to have the virus we don't give the news reports about how many people are being ahead the buyers and got better we'll get to read news reports about people are not dying and we don't get those reports about how old the people who are dying and where this is taking place where the dying is taking place we we don't get any of that because if we knew that this wouldn't be as scary don't you know we would see that it's not as dangerous but this is what happens when people try to open up this is what's going to happen when you try to go to a restaurant this is what's going to happen is what already happened around in the store do do you know six three two six eight what do you do where's your mess well I'm sorry that was before we were told that we had to wear masks I got caught up because I stepped over to six foot line and they'd have to do everything stopped until I cross back on the other side of the fixed line you'll social distancing that's what we have to put up with individual is happening all across the station it's crazy when are we going to get back to work we're going to talk to house Majority Leader.
"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant
"Your rapper? Whatever you WANNA be whatever you WanNa do it's always best to the People Community Bahaji I Because you can't get the people in your community supported you see how you can get somebody California's and Me Markus. We're talking about it before the show a little bit. That like nobody's there for that first year year two year three years except for you. Maybe your home that you're working with maybe some homeys like are there for you emotionally. But they don't know the you know the grind the struggle but those first two to three years they go unnoticed like I. We started this business in while I was in college. Joan is just now starting to like where weekend like get paid a little bit of money and actually see like a really good future panning out you know and nobody sees those years. Everybody wants to come around. Well Whoa and then but the thing is like. I'm always down to help people but at the same time like it's important to remember like like for example not letting your roots go away like Garland like Garland gave me a lot. Says I can't ignore what made me who I am and made me like what I'm made me do what I'm doing now. The gist of what you SAM. Roy is basically ain't no handouts. Yeah I mean yeah we try to help as many people as we can but at the end of the day you gotTa everybody say twenty four hours every day to kind of decide. Hi what they WANNA do an for us. That was another thing I was talking about before we got on here was a memo brother. We also started a nonprofit organization nations here in a community to help less fortunate families in less worse than the kids that can't afford to work out a basically through that you know we're able to travel follow a sponsor kids fund them to be able to come work out Also looking for other donors people to donate a people that want to donate to kind of help these kids to continue to grow aware already China right now what I mean think about it too. I mean we all play sports growing up in Garland and it's like there's no way that we he could have gone to Vegas. We could've gone to California to Houston New York all these places. We want to win a lot of places I mean. Honestly like you look back on it now I realize how frigging blessed. We were not even to play basketball but like just to hang out with each other in those moments. But there's no way we couldn't have done it without like the sacrifices of the parents and their time or like people people give us enough money so we could get bags like just off the kindness of their hearts. You know like somebody has a business in there like pain for like a trip or like like pain. Aim for nothing that they can't pay for outside NCA guidelines but like being the donors sponsors. They they get you just enough to where you can like be there and not be worrying about like your. You're helping your survival so it's it was will return to. Do you know trying to do things. Yeah no that's within our power to help for Thanksgiving we actually honey found no nice. We're still do that in pleasant grove other. That's what's your family's shadow to Maria. Bring on How the come together just like what? What sparked it well Actually train her son. She's a manager. The manager of their nice another apartment complex so she got a few new head out non-profit thing going on his it just kinda she kinda reached out to me and it was like You know we'll be interested in doing something like that. That's what I've learned in businessman. Is that like just haven't win the reason why I wanted to start. The podcast conversation sparked so much to end people and for example. You may never had that opportunity you know you didn't start this and then train. It's weird. How the dots lineup and you never can look at them forward? It's only looking back that you can connect should. That's why that happened but stuff like if that's GonNa happen so it's like I also tell people that are starting out their their stuff. Now say Yo. y'All been doing this for a year to site. Don't forget about that stuff. Push through the pain because stuff will connect with the start looking back. And that's why I wanted to say like I said when you get in business any business or anything anything you do. Nothing is easy. It's going to be grinding. It's going to be some earth is going to be some dire. Some Dow's is going to be some highs and lows A. Oh a guy told me when I first started you know trying to get on Being Vinci Saves you let master. Through the first two years in business you'll be successful. The first two years of business is the hardest with us. You know. We're going on six months now with being in this building We actually seen growth over the past six months or so. I'm excited to nick. Must Yeah and it's always weird too 'cause like we have this on me. All of us are strong. Have a strong envision on the things we WANNA do and it's always weird because like you have that vision but then the world also the only. Hey this is reality. This is what's going to happen so it's it's like managing that relationship hip like closely in like not giving anything up because you've got to keep pushing gotta keep going so it's about a between you and you. That's what I was just telling them before you walked in. It is a battle between you and your every day especially in the business world. Yeah because like I say down days there's a lot of days I'll be like. How much did it down? You know you know push through your grind through. It always works out in. Yeah as long. It always works out in the end as long as as you come to work every day and get it done. It's like that's not a guaranteed with doing something you love to do what you you'll get always insight. I mean we loved playing basketball right but there are some days where like we're on our fifth game. cramping up we we just had like we got shit going on with school two. Gosh you know whatever all this stuff going on and you're like damn man. I don't know if I want to go it's like you. You look at the abyss. You're staring into the darkness and then something just flicks and I live like. Let's just get it. Let's and then once you get going you're just in the habit you just go and left and right for sure for sure market. I wanted to ask issue appointed question now. What made you take some of the leaps that you did to get this going like? Was It 'cause we heard a little bit a little bit from Anthony but was there like a certain spark that was made the light finally. Click on your I gotTa do this. There's no other option or was it more like a gradual like set of events. Honestly Bro really kind on what happened. Peter was more so my brother was doing his own thing. I was Kinda Kinda getting into it. I was kinda still fresh into it. He had already been doing wanted for a few years and we were talking one day of an end. We just like you know. We're not. He called me when they actually is. He was still living over a Broadway him his wife and his kids and and he was Laboro you know. I think we should do something together. And then from that from that point for You know that's when we started kind of looking for locations places where we kinda wanted to be found a place whose off Norway's highway for Awhile of we'll St Louis was trying to partner would've gone there but you know stuff didn't work out obviously and in a dis- opportunity presented itself and we hopped on and actually we found another location before it went off Levine But we ended up. Finding this win was brand new. Nobody had been in here So it was the first one is a good the situation right but but more so kind of what. What kind of guy me go ahead and do this was just me? I'm talking and we just in. Ma Sense it is like you know we both Kinda had the same goals in mind force helping kids doing the fitness stuff of course but more so helping kids getting the kids off the streets give them something positive president As I was telling you earlier you know almost started girls team this summer. I've been coaching. Boys Pass. Three Summers but We try to help these girls. John now tried to get on that spectrum of it and then of course we got our football teams that were that we can actually be startup in March our season. Start and then. We'll we'll be donate on a year round to there's always going to be something around Basan going on so so we we're going to be active year round helping kids year round so now just for a football or basketball all season all year round. And I'm sure that you're teaching like with any sport it's like you're just like graining these fundamentals that it doesn't matter if they're ten I and they don't know what sport they're gonNA play like we can teach you the fundamentals the mental toughness these stuff that translates any right. Yeah and and that's kind of what we we need him. We heart bone with all of the kids. That come over here is everything are learning here is gonNA translate that. Don't matter what sports play right after right volleyball early ball basketball football tennis soccer. Whatever you you know you gotta wear heart? Regardless of what sports you plan. I heard this feeder feet has a hands working work so it is what it is. You'll get it is gonNA matter what so now it's been great man Like he said we missing growth these past few months of I mean it's been of course you know would any businesses that we have we have our struggles but the long term was is when you were talking about last. You know earlier this the long term that we're looking at we know you know is going to get to a point to where is going to be bigger than US right. You know. It's already right and getting there is don't get so used to the point where you can't stop per year like there's too much like right like built to attach to and that's that's how we wanted and we try to bring China's on to like we ain't no selfish guy is that we try to bring other guys on in women to bring the best people you can like for the kids right the program and the thing is you know we get some people that's more serious about it they'll be over here as we open for. You know anybody that series about one help kids and also just one better day suffering light trying to give them opportunity Bro. I mean I see you on instagram on. Twitter says like anybody watching to make sure you go follow Marcus Anthony on their personal profiles but also underdog fitness on. INSTAGRAM is under doll athletics. Athletics on the score fitness of my personal pages markets showtime our personal pages as for seeks AC L. Enormous. And I say this all just mid shows because this is how I've been keeping up with Marcus and what he's been up to. The I mean that's the power of technology and part of the reason why I'm so so obsessed with technology right and why I'm building businesses around that stuff because I've been able to stay up with Marcus and by proxy Anthony Because I see you in all this stuff. There's like yeah like I know what he's doing so it's like when we come have these conversations we're not starting from zero. We're starting from point five or point six. We're not one for pretty damn close right so I love which are doing with the social to what I have been learning in my business. Is that like you have to not only show that like people are enjoying it and the customers customers happy but also that like you highlight the individual people in in some of your videos and stuff you're highlighting the people because for example like y'all wanted to come on the podcast right like highlighting all which I'll like everybody likes it's a human. It's human nature to be loved in a way people love when you show them with no expectations of like return era. And that's why I think you'll be able to like get some success on social profiles really quick to not have to take four years to get to Michael. Oh Yeah I mean the thing about us absolutely brothers brothers. We come in.
"athletics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Athletics news radio eight forty WHAS after Kentucky thirty five thirty four buzzer beating three at the end of the first half of the second straight Saturday one last week was from quickly at mid court this one from maxi about twenty five feet out of the right side one second family of the UK when you hear the Kentucky Wildcats your listening to news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville time to take a look at our first half stats and they are presented by Toyota Mike Kentucky's first shot defense has been really good already eight of twenty six from the field two of twelve the three point line but they can't keep them off the office supplies they can't Auburn hold the night before advantage that a twenty seventeen overall rebounded but it's also about the seven turnovers the cats have had Auburn has five steals of those seven turnovers so you get a little loose again with the ball at all but it's been able to turn those seven turnovers in the seven points can't solely got two points for for alba turnovers that who would have thought that half the why this all particular really love to shoot the tray there they would be to a twelve cats would be five to kids suck you lease scores are Maxine quickly with twelve each Brooks with four G. saying Hey get the chip three Nick Richard just one point all of three from the field and three rebounds for all for severe dowdy leads the way with sixteen then you come to your four with five in Johnson with for Kentucky in the first half shoots nine of twenty three thirty nine percent but if you six five three seven ten attempts they were twelve or fourteen at the free throw line already got.
"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sixty eight the answer. San Francisco. radio hall of the Oakland Athletics. sixty eight the answer San Francisco. radio hall of the Oakland Athletics. sponsored by Edgewater productions. and. it's time for yester year a look back at your favorite dramas westerns comedies and musical variety shows from the golden age of radio here's your host for yester years Craig Roberts thank you Dave and again welcome to yester year the best of the golden age of radio on today's program will turn back the clock to nineteen forty three and.
"athletics" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Divided. We stand get a copy. Sixty the answer. Francisco radio home of the Oakland Athletics. Please. Once again, it's time for yesteryear. A look back at your favorite dramas westerns comedies and musical variety shows from the golden age of radio, here's your host for yesteryear. Craig Roberts time once again to settle in your favorite easy chair for another hour vintage radio later on will enjoy intrigue with the saints. But I on the lighter side, it's the red Skelton show red Skelton program was a radio Nick like many videos, big time comics skeleton came up, the hard way born the son of the circus clown the eventually took up his dad's life, but it was his appearance on the Louisville show in nineteen thirty seven that really got his career underway. Skeletons main interested in movies and vaudeville until October of nineteen forty one when Raleigh cigarettes brought him to NBC his own long running Tuesday night program on the program went on nineteen forty one Ozzie Nelson's ban provided the music. Nick Skelton dropped out of radio soon after draft notice derived from the army in March of nineteen forty four losing Ozzie and Harriet time returned to NBC in December Forty-five following his discharge. They were going strong in their own comedy shows Skelton final season nineteen fifty two fifty three pounds of his original slot back on NBC Tuesday nights for term with us now to those fabulous days of yesteryear with the red skeleton Joe and candy from April of nineteen forty four.
"athletics" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seats on sale now at livenation dot com. Athletics. When you think about it? A flag is no whole heck of a lot of anything. It's fabric sewn to a stick it needs the wind to do his job. A flag may not be much. But when it's a lightning bolt waving above your front door that makes it everything. Sometimes the Jews. Loudest ball. Be the thunder this Saturday. Lightning versus senators. Seven PM tickets at Tampa Bay Lightning dot com. He's the lightning radio network intermission report. Here's Greg Llanelli. Well, we talked about this in our first intermission report about how it could have been a wasted opportunity for the islanders to play. So well in the first but only have a one goal lead. The low behold after to Tampa Bay now up to two one and a much better second period for the lightning. Matthew Joseph getting an even strength goal at five fifty eight then JT Miller off a beautiful feet from mckell circuit chef at eleven twelve gave Tampa Bay a two one lead. Also, two hundred Celeski we'll get interested a little more in this second intermission report with Eric Rowlinson. He was phenomenal had a couple of huge saves right after the Joseph goal. And then at six twenty of the second period the islanders had about four shots on goal. All within. A close range and vastly was just unbelievable. And really was the difference. There. Also, Tampa Bay is gonna have to kill off a five on three for an extended period.
"athletics" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Athletics. Welcome back once again to inside. I what am I saying? It's how you basketball I had the talk show boat. I knew I was going to start doing some crazy stuff here as the week progressed. And it's already started. It's time to present the Indiana. Eight one hardest working player the game award tonight. Either goes to this is hard. This is a really tough one. I'm not gonna I'm about as confuses I've ever been here because so many players played well tonight, but I'm going to give his first ever hardest-working player the game tonight to Romeo Lankford. I thought Romeo did a great job. Especially in the second half of that first half. The last ten minutes of the first half really started getting going authencity scores consecutive points for Indiana. Help the hoosiers extend that first half lead nineteen points tonight for Romeo four total rebounds, three assists, only one turnover on seven twelve shooting. If he shoots just halfway decent from the free throw line. He's got over twenty points for the game. Only five eleven from the free throw line. But I'm not worried because Romeo has got a real nice soft touch around the rim. It's just a matter. Him getting comfortable getting in zone here shooting free throws. He's gonna shoot a lot of free throws for this Indiana team this season. I have no doubt that that stat from free throw from the free throw line will improve as a season. Whereas on I was thinking that you might just give it to Roberts tonight because his plus minus tonight was thirty six which bettered anybody else's on this team. I know ROY Pfitzner had fourteen points on five or six shooting and he had six rebounds. So he played really well too in limited action. So there's a lot of guys I could have given it to here tonight. But I'm gonna go ahead and just break the CO give it to Romeo Langford. I feel like I'm going to give a lot to him this season. I might as well just get the first one out of the way. All right. The hardest working player of the game to Romeo. Lankford? Brought to you by Indiana..
"athletics" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Athletics and hello again lobov baird's welcome back live it's kelly's rupert not hill as well go talk from later feel continues the new mayor of albuquerque paul we're making the rounds his kelly's rupo zip such a great group of fans supporting liberal basketball come out for lopotok talk from where field and in already very much getting to know the lowest new head coach paul weir we are privilege buried in the second half hour of our men's basketball talked to welcome in the associated coach for the university of de mexico chris hera minutes alongside harry how you do a vitamin fantastic thanks for having me got the ball saturday we can have simply isn't advocates arm now absolutely about a lager sure do alone while others robby crosses a slow silt you sets good now what is your favorite uh you know i'm i'm a i'm a local guy i am i like to try the local beverages but but i'm also a stella garm corona guy i try to keep it pretty simple somewhat i like you already yeah you know how those are two had it was up on i was yet another injury things pretty simple those are excellent choices but is there one homegrown one one one from there you probably never heard of it yet but i'm a um that there's a couple of his of forex which is a a gift from queensland uh and then caught and drive which is a a new south wales beverage carlton drought in draft okay carlton is the brand draft is what it is that it okay said that's a new jake lands no he had no you need to try that love it it's rubare over the it's not like that four percent via you guys drink of units that's what you're saying is lightweight like yeah you've got to tell you there's a lot like coz like type people you can't handle that kind of beer over there so what was the first one spell it force forex it's just four is like atlanta exor those seki's times do yes doubledose aki suspects still we do every day we needed no right we doubledose akis over there love it none of it we got harry alongside cochairman is with us we're live at kelly's group of in now build that slobo talk from live via the next to a state parks admission reminds you logos wear life jackets building of the influence you knew next to a strictly enforced you drink uboat you lose more information visit nm parks.