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"tara vanderveer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN APP Serious except Channel 80. I am Eric Goldhammer with Tyler full joke. It is time for us to go out to the Goodyear hotline, and it is an honor to be joined by the winningest coach in the history of college basketball. Tara VanDerveer is the head coach. At Stanford. They win in round one of the women's tournament over Utah Valley advanced into the round of 32 coach joins us now on the Goodyear hotline on ESPN radio. Congrats on the win. Which we live in the three point shooting era now in basketball, But let's start there tonight with Kiana Williams, who became the All time leader in made threes it Stanford. What has she met to your program? Well, First of all, thank you for the congratulations. We're very excited about how our team played. And a counter is an incredibly unselfish young lady s. Oh, she's really a lot of times looking to pass for her to get this record is really special. She's She's an excellent shooter. She works extra honor shot. Uhm, She's someone that, um, you know, obviously put a lot of time into it and can creator can create our own three and There's she shoots deep freeze, too. So, um, you know, really, we're really excited that she said that record. Tara VanDerveer with this here on Game night, Stanford women's head coach coming off in 87 44 win over Utah Valley to get their NC double A tournament started Atari. You're the coach of the number one overall seed in this tournament. So how have you kind of relayed the message of being the hunted in this tournament? Even interment? That includes you? Can you guys have that number one overall seed? Is that a message you send to Um your athletes or how do you help them manage the expectations? You know, Um, we don't. We don't really talk about seeds too much, because we just really try to focus on what we need to be doing and who are playing, um, kind of what we need to do each game, but You know, there's a lot of great teams down here, and the buzz down here is that it's wide open. So, um, you know that's that's kind of the attitude we have to. We know we have to play well and we're excited about our team. We're confident team, but we know that look of what's already happened in the men's tournament with the upset. You've got to come ready to play. No matter what your seat is. A C doesn't give you extra points on the On the scoreboard. We start the game, not the point. It is true, Coach. You've seen a lot of NC double eight tournaments in your time, obviously, beyond the obvious no fans in the interaction what is so strange and different about this one? Well, I mean, you know you're in the bubble. Um I mean, everything is different about it. But once you're on the court has been, it does have a sense of normality, which was exciting and for us. Because we haven't had fans all year. You know, it's been exciting to have some fans sharing our team on. Um, but where You know, we're just We're just fortunate to play. We're excited. Play. Um you know, it's it is very, very different. But you just You know, he's got to be flexible and do what? What they allow you to Diogo. Tara VanDerveer with this year, Stanford women's head coach on game night You mentioned the unique circumstances of this particular incident. Return it for both the men and the women. And we saw the inequity between the, um entities afforded to the men and the women kind of exposed on social media and say what you will about Social media, but it was useful. I think in this instance and Quickly bringing to light these inequities between the men and the women and then rectifying the situation. How happy were you to see the way that that message got spread on social media and having that situation fixed with the NC, double A. Along with other partners around, you know, like Gold's gym or whatever whoever brought the equipment Getting that fixed that the women had the facilities they deserve and needed to prepare for these games. Well, that was that was one of the examples and you know the NC double A, Um, you know, basically, the leadership said they dropped the ball and they are listening and No changes are being made. But it'll be a continuing conversation after the tournament and for me personally and for our team. We honestly just really want to focus on You're playing well and not get caught up. In what swag bags you have, or, you know some of the other things, but, you know, they're young. They're young people. And, um you know, it's ah. I think it's it's been a learning experience for our team, and it's something that hopefully will be rectified. Coach is easy to say. But I know what I was like when I was 18 or 19 or 20, and my focus was not great. So how do you keep? How do you keep your players focused? At least you're honest about it right. That's like getting me to focus on getting a paper done was a bit of a challenge. So how how do you keep your team so laser focused on the task at hand and caught up in all the world is going on. I'm really proud of our team and their ability to focus and you know through, especially through that. You know the coded bubble and challenge and traveling and all the things that we've always had to do? Um, they're amazing young women, and I'm I'm exceedingly proud of them, and really Just want to keep the ride going just because it's so much fun to be around. Coach. Does the covert protocols mean no tree? No Stanford tree in the NC. Double a bubble, Or will the tree be making no tree? No band. No no dollars. Uh, yeah, Nothing like that. Nothing like that. Yeah, but sometimes the tree got sent home anyway. You know, we have the tree. Uh, get sent home twice. So Maybe. Maybe that's just a good thing. They're not here comes educating their great We love him. We love him, Coach. You're awesome. Appreciate the time it's an honor to have you and good luck moving forward, Okay? Thank you very much already. Take care, say Well, you know, like that's Tara VanDerveer, the head coach at Stanford as they get Utah Valley and beat them in round one Andre lot of people. Tyler projecting Stanford Yukon. On the women's side in the championship game, which would be epic. What do you know my tournament challenge. Women's bracket that I'm doing for? ESPN has a Yukon Stanford match up in the final. I have those ones. He's going out on the women's side, and I have Baylor Gonzago one seeds on the men's side going at it So like we said, just lost the Oklahoma State for my Final four, but it's harder to, um see upsets in the women's game. It's hard to see teams because the cream of the crop is just that much better than you know those teams that are seated for or lower As a matter of fact, I learned this this year there has never been A team seeded lower than third so forth through 16. There's never been in the history of women's college basketball, a anything other than a 12 or three seed, win it all. And you talked about the inequities, right? I think that those two things the staff that you just laid out and the inequities go hand in hand because there are a few programs Tennessee and Yukon and Stanford in South Carolina. Rutgers over the years that have dedicated resource is to women's sports into women's basketball, and they've just been able to kick everybody's butt because they've put time and energy and resource is into it. I hope and I bet Coach VanDerveer would say this coach Auriemma, the hope is that the resource is dedicated to the programs from the high school level from the peewee basketball level. Um Go. You know to the point where you start to see an upset, like Orel Roberts in the women's tournament, where a 15 seed can beat a two seed and there there isn't such a disparity between the top teams was interesting to hear her response..
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on The Lead
"On tuesday night stanford's tara vanderveer became the all time winningest head coach in women's college basketball history stains on.
Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court
"Will soon after beating pacific on tuesday. Stanford's tara vanderveer became the winningest head coach in women's college basketball history. What did she have to say about that accomplishment after the game she really downplayed it for so long and because this has been an inevitability for so long this was supposed to happen during the installation tournament march right so she's had her time to prepare for when this milestone would have happened it all continued to get pushed back and cancelled so she's had time to contextual is a this is special because of i think the magnitude of that many wins like you never go into coaching. I never thought we'll. I'm gonna try to win a thousand games or anything like that but this is special. I mean having currently the number one team you know being undefeated planning and i will never forget this. I think she was able to really lead into it more. And i think going forward. It'll start to hit her. She kind of joked about she swims every morning today. She finally go in the pool in it would be seeking in. I thought about today when i was swimming. I said you know. I hope we do play. Well i hope you know the record is set and going to be in the pool tomorrow. I'm going to be the same person. Vanderveer surpassed the leap pat summitt to claim this milestone. What kind of relationship do these two legendary coaches share. It was special. You know. I think it really came out. Because in the early nineties tara had made this promise to jennifer if she went to stanford they play at tennessee at least once and that became a twenty five year series because they enjoyed the competitive aspect of it more than anything. She helped me get better as a coach. Because you had to really work hard to prepare and we lost more games than we won against interstate. The enjoyed having to brilliant minds with really talented players going back and forth every single year. And even yesterday tara talking about how. She's hoping that pets looking down on earned smiling we were friends and obviously competitors. She would tell me tire your teammates rebound better. I think all in all you know she had great passion for the game. And i think she sees that with me she was a great mentor and a great friend and i think she'd be proud of us. So that relationship between the two of them was incredibly strong and then even between the two schools gotten incredibly strong zaqueu recently spoke with the number of women who played under vanderveer across her forty two years as a head coach. I what did some of these players tell you about her coaching style. I spoke to aid tucker who is one of towers longest tenured assistance before she retired just a couple years ago and she was talking about kind of value of repetition. Here strong believer repetition for not only are you covering the fundamentals but you cover the same thing over and over and over and then once you've got protection. If you continue to do it again you will become an expert in that task. i think some people think. Don't you have another drill for this or can't we do something else today. But you know. I think you know in hindsight. That's how you build your habits. It'd be doing something over and over. I spoke to jayne appel marinelli dealer day about tara and one of the things she said was it can matter who we were preparing for. We're going to prepare the same exact way every single time that every single day and i mean there were games where we knew. The teams plays better than they knew that. If from that she took that like you can't really be Over prepared as long as you know what's going to happen and you're the best situation for that you're going to succeed over over over to kind of realize like my my life at home with my kids and my husband. My work life my life with friends. I mean every single aspect. I feel like a prepared for and i've thought through. Okay here's option a option b. option so i thought that was kind of poignant is just those life lessons they'd come just from playing basketball are practically applied other portions of her everyday existence on zach rosalyn gold on wednesday who is now a broadcaster actually told you a pretty funny story about how she was. Unable to escape vanderveer's coaching even after her playing days were done. Can you tell us what ross told you about that. It's funny because she had just gotten into broadcasting was just doing game for one of the first times in her career and stands up back at stanford right so tara gives her a call and says hey. You're on campus. Come down to the office on my god. What i thought i was done with this sits down and puts on video and we're looking at a game that i'm calling the broadcaster and she starts going through the game and it's just watching the game minute by minute and she stops. She's watching film like it was ten years go for started the game. We'd listened you. Like i like that rod. Apogee say that would love word the other thing like. Oh we're going to do this. Yeah like even after graduation cars. Coaching me success. And i'll say something about the election and she'll be like i can't believe you're talking about shots. She is somebody who stays so president or blair's lives that she wants him to succeed. She wants to do as well as she can. And this is just a little bit of tar that she could lend in this situation to say. Here's how you can do better. And i want you to succeed. Tara been in the public eye for over four decades now so a lot of fans might feel like they know her really well but some of her former players shared with you aspects of her personality. That many people might not be familiar with. Were there any anecdotes in particular. That stood out or surprised. You you know there were. And i think we only really scratch the surface on somebody whose sole multifaceted so fascinating but one of the things i thought was really funny was neck. Oh k. had mentioned the situation where they were practising and maples pavilion at their home. Arena right before they were supposed to begin. Play in the final four and tar would prepare by like lasting music over over the speakers in maple wants them to be familiar with the idea that you're going to be in a situation where you're going to be playing in front of nineteen thousand people screaming their lungs he would do that. Enhance obviously our focus our concentrations but most importantly our communication because it ended up so that we were in arenas here each other thinking blessing his music and she usually blasts like michael jackson. Whatever it might be from the eighties nineties. And suddenly she turns over and she starts blasting who left the dogs out and all the players are kind of laughing. It's kind of awkward kind of out of character and some spontaneous and she would start dancing and it was just it was really funny. Like in the middle fact is dancing. You know in those theories when you're trying to go through four. I remember all the time. She has a sense of humor. That just doesn't always translate publicly but it's very dry and very very sarcastic and because she can be so hope and his so approachable. Her players always loved her
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Probably just his 1st $200 million contract. Of his young NBA career rockets over the Spurs yesterday. 1 12 tonight he had James Harden returned. Did you see what James Harden look like? Boy quarantine body was, there's a little puffy. It looked like warming up before the game yesterday and some San Francisco and Excuse me some Las Vegas Raiders news. The Raiders have plays Henry rise the third on the Cove in list he's out for that Thursday night game. Against the Chargers and some Stanford women's Hoops. Tara VanDerveer passes Pat Summitt to become the all time winningest coach and women's Division One basketball history over University of Pacific Good stuff. Congratulations to T dog. They call her down at Stanford. Those of your half past headlines. A little giants talk him. Kapler did some media yesterday and all Fulfill my Manny Ramirez teases. The leadoff spot continues. This is the leadoff spot with a San Leandro native. The separate Cisco Cater number nine out of Marone Catholic High, Adam Copeland on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 these sports leader. So man is being Manny. Right? That's one of the best one of the all time best. I mean, he was just one of the weirdest baseball players like personality wise, he's maybe. I mean, I know Mike Trout is insane. And Albert two horses up there for me as far as right handed hitters go Many Ramirez might have been the best right handed hitter I ever saw, like on a day to day basis, and I know Mike Trout is just best all around player. Albert Pool house is right there for me. But many Ramirez is one of he's belongs in the Hall of Fame. No question for me. Remember, they did the whole the whole Mitchell report and no Red Sox prevention of the Mitchell report. But that man he test positive for the female fertility drug that masks positive steroid test or whatever. When he's playing for the Dodgers. The whole Manny would thing I hated him out and I played for the Dodgers, but it was fun watching him get bounced in the playoffs anyway. Manny Ramirez going to continue his international base. Ball playing career. Now, if you recall back in I don't know. 24 2015 16 something like that. 16 17. Maybe Rivera sign a contract with with a Japanese baseball team, and I don't think he played the entirety of the season. But okay, so he's He's 48 years old right now. So if this was 2016 or 17, this was four years ago Stuff. 44 45 something like that. And he had some of the best contract like notes for this Japanese TV. You were never here. I think he got unlimited sushi or something in his contract. One of the things you had were optional Practice is he got his own like big hotel suite when they were on the road. Hey, got Yeah, I think you got unlimited sushi for the entire day this season, and there's another note. Ramirez will have use of a Mercedes and a driver for the entirety of the season. They bring him in to play for this Japanese team and That's that. We just kind of thought that was it. For Manny. He's still pops up periodically playing and like Dominican League games or popping up and playing all over the place. Anyway, He has signed a contract. So now play baseball who knew this existed in Australia? They got baseball in Australia about this major Revere is inside a contract to play for the Sydney team in a strange way to find the name. Their manager, Shane Barkley. He's a two time world Syriza winner down in the in Australia. It's the Sydney blue socks they open on Thursday. It looks like against the defending champion. The No burn aces is who they're playing. So Manny Ramirez 48 years old, hey, was suspended No. Nine for violating the baseball policy and 2011. He was informed by Major League baseball of another violation to get that 100 game suspension. He later appeal that was reduced to 50 games. I want to see his son, a minor league deal with the A's and One point and never got up to the big League level. Who was that, Dave? You whisper in my ear? They're Dave's a Tampa. I thought the A's working on him at one point anyway. He's been joined by instantly by New York Yankees hitting coach Rachel Bal avec NorBAC Avik. She's down there, too, in an off season. Assignment. She's the first female to perform in that role in major league baseball anyway. The Sydney blue socks Manny Ramirez continuing his baseball career. You just need your fixed, man. I'm the same way, Which is why we've been talking baseball this week. Let's get into a little bit. Gabe Kapler yesterday did some media and we'll just sort of rapid fire some of these because they asked me a bunch of questions on MLB network and they started off by asking About the one everybody's asking about the designated hitter in the National League game, is a manager and basically the game's only managed in the National League but played most of his career in the American League. You've got all of it enough to double check most of it in the American League. He prefers that the D. H is kept in the National League going forward. I guess I'm just comfortable saying that I enjoyed having the D h to work with and I think you're right. We We benefited from time to time from getting guys off their feet. Flores comes to mind. Dickerson comes to mind even to some degree some of our veteran players just just being able to know that that was there. Gave us some some strategic comfort. I also enjoyed nationally play without the D H. I think it adds an interesting element and components of the game knowing one day or are thinking, you know when the right time is toe pinch hit for a pitcher and take him out of the game. You know, the double switch is such an interesting tool. And a lot of it. You know if if you were, if you were to say what I prefer to have a D h or not having th after we had our roster completely constructed, I feel like I'd be better equipped to answer that question until we know what our roster is gonna look like it. Zraly difficult. T even say what I prefer. I like them both, and I'm willing to work within the construct of any any new or old rules. OK, that's not really an answer, though. That's not I mean. As you would build your roster to have the D. It's like we heard those rumors early in the off season that if Marcel Ozuna if the Giants had real interesting Marcelo's in it would be that if they did it again, who knows how much truth there is to this? But the report was that the Giants if they were going to have a D h would like to have Marcel Ozuna or they would have interesting Ozuna if they were going to have a D h..
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KOMO
"There will be a payoff down the line for his cougar players appreciate the guys who have You know who made it through, and I think they'll be better Leaders because of this year was incredibly hard, but I think they'll be better. You know, future leaders of this of this world and their families because the adversity they faced this year. That's how I wanna look at it. The Mariners had the worst bullpen in the American League last season. So upgrading the relief pitching this offseason. Definitely our priority in his first trade of the winter Today, mirrors jam Jerry DiPoto got some relief help. The M sent 17 year old pitching prospect Who's a Cornell and a player to be named later to the Rangers for right handed reliever Rafael Montero, Montero's 30. He was a Raiders closer last season, going eight for eight and save opportunities. This is like the start of the bullpen overhaul. Dusky basketball team has won one game so far this season. They're one and four. The Huskies coming off a Saturday lost organ U Dub. We'll be home tomorrow night to match up with Montana and nonconference game. The Grizzlies also off to a one and four star, but that doesn't matter. Any time. The dogs in Montana play. It's a good game. They've given us a game a hard game every year. Other tough, their physical they're organized and they play exceptionally hard and be a great Tested challenge for us. Sanford Women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer is that Sanford is the top women's basketball team in the country. Today they pound Pacific one of 4 61. Would that win their Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer. Career win number 1099 With that vein of you have passes Pat Summitt to become the all time leader in victories in Division one woman's basketball Pretty cool while you're playing the knight is from the world. Cricket the whole BART Hurricanes verse to Adelaide Strikers Tim David hits it to the outfield. Matt Renshaw grabs the ball and fires at the wickets to gun down Nathan Ellis right before he crossed the line. If you hit the wicked with the ball before a battle across the crease in front of the wicked the batteries out That was a great throw Me was right on the line is cricket one on one. We need days to explain this whole game, but the Adelaide.
Tara VanDerveer becomes winningest women's basketball coach
"One of the top stories the day. of course Happened up in your neck of the woods with tara. Vanderveer passing pat summitt to become the all time. Winningest division one women's basketball coach so With that news coming from your neck of the woods i Say welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on. Jeff is always on tuesday night. And yeah congratulations to tara vanderveer. I mean you know. Apparently she was interviewed by local station. Colleague friend of mine Burn glenn on channel five. Which is cbs affiliate and she interviewed tara and tara actually mentioned how when she took the job or father told her that We don't why are you coaching at stanford you'll never win there and now look at look now. She's got the all time wins for women's basketball. And you know. I know pat summitt probably smiling down from heaven and I you know. I unfortunately over pat you know. She left a spark to park you soon but You know left. A great legacy and tara vanderveer is Is carrying on the
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on Around the Rim
"It's great to be here. Your hair? Always looks great the color. You're you're so staffy here on me. Well, we are excited to have you on the show because it is a big big week in the Pac twelve and we actually just had the opportunity to talk to Tara VanDerveer about the weekend. She has coming up, and let's start there. The Stanford cardinal will host both Oregon state and Oregon to top. Ten teams Stanford's just falling outside of the top ten this week at number eleven just your early thoughts on what's this? These matchups can mean for Stanford in what were you see Oregon state and Oregon right now in the pack twelve right? I mean, this is the biggest I think this is going to be the biggest weekend in the Pac twelve regular season for sure I think this weekend could very well sort of determine who's got the inside track for the championship in a really really tough conference this year. You know, I think for Stanford. You know, they split the weekend last weekend with cow. They didn't play great at Cal. They played a lot better on Saturday and really took it to cal-, even as Christine negroni. At Cal continues to do amazing amazing things Stanford was able to come away with a pretty decisive win to give themselves some good momentum going in. But Stanford was coming off two losses because they had gone to Utah last week before. And so we're going to Oregon state or coming in and they're playing great organ, obviously is unbeaten. At ten and oh and Oregon state is sitting right behind him at nine and one. But these are, you know, in effect, even though Stanford is just fallen out of the pool. These are going to be top ten matchup that are going to determine a conference title. And it doesn't get bigger than. That's great. No. It does not get bigger than that sticking with with Oregon right now. You know, I one thing I noted a couple podcast ago about Notre Dame. And I've also said about Oregon is that I don't know that there are two teams or programs that have more pressure on them. Right A, of course, uconn does always. But when you look at what Notre Dame was returning. You're like, okay. Well, they've got everybody back plus beyond turn it. They should win again. And then when you look at Oregon everyone's like, okay? Well, it was a surprise when they would Sabrina UNESCO. And that freshman class, we're freshmen, and okay, they were sophomores. They take their bums. But now they're juniors and there's an expectation because of the talent level with Hiebert. And you know that they're gonna. Win. How have you seen Oregon handling that aspect of it the pressure? They should be making a final four this year..
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"She's the O G. Oh, Stanford legend Tara VanDerveer Murphy, if I'm not mistaken should've come by our our the burritos diagram if you drills Huzzah Tivoli, and and she is a friend of the program. We have a Pontiac save the big two for last from the world of football come on, man. And this guy shined all the way for his buddy. Dwight Clark, and we gotta have him on more often. And he's a four time SuperBowl champion, just a quiet. Dignity of kina earner. Paulie, MAC out of Purdue, Murph. I know that much in your right? What a great gentleman what a great Niner. And then finally we saved this guy for less because he's coming on our show today at nine thirty straight. We gotta get copes as reviews here because he played Catholic high school basketball in the East Bay as did Adam Copeland. Yeah. But this guy's only only the pride of Saint Joseph's in Alameda. Right. And then California Berkeley, Golden Bear. And oh, by the way, second leading assist and steel man in NBA history, come on down, Jason Kidd, sports hall of fame stuff. Well, done buddy travek, Brad. Gilbert, Tara, VanDerveer kina Turner, Jason Kidd, helluva class. Thank you taking over as chairman. Good, buddy. Mario Elliott as mardi calls him. Mareo elliott. The thing. I say Morio. Well, you're sometimes you do you're right. I'm a blend in his private moments. Paulie does admit that. He is a bi-coastal. Oh, yeah. No, I'm not hiding quite quite quite proud of that, Freddie. Mercury. I think said that about himself. No, it was something else. That's my my latest. Toy is the Mike Tyson laugh revenue lot of foam at that. Today. Murphy might hear it a few more times. Very very good. But that's cool in. Congrats tomorrow Elliott for taking over their sports hall of fame and to Jason Kidd for coming. Our shirt today at nine thirty. Hey, little quick stuff to tidy up before we on the other side at eight fifty wanna get into a little bit of the baseball stuff. Did you see Joe, Montana's latest investment? Where are you? Or now, what do you think? Now owns our partner. He is in a California. We'd Randy legal. Don't you mind goal marijuana operation? He has part of a seventy five million dollar investment in a pot operator. I don't give a damn how you get called Khalifa to San Jose based group now, and it will use the investment to grow a company that includes a farm. A retail store. Ooh. Her her is a distribution center. Herbs irritating and a delivery service can make a lot of money. I love. Okay. I love this ever noticed. How many we drops? I have coincidence. You didn't even play Ali g no, I know, by the way, Murph if you ever running the board, obviously, I'm sure you've noticed now all of the we'd cuts are green look at it. Who the real daddy? Yeah. I'm looking at one two I got to to. Hey, this is Tim come legalize. It don't criticize it. A God bless all the way Montana did give a quote, he says I'm investing in something that can provide relief to many people and can make a serious impact on opioid use or addiction. He's a million percent, right. Joe preach on brother, preach on and for your head Murph gun, justly, Bob, the Buddha. Jones homegrown K at one more. Your everybody wants some rip. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Standby? By the way, one more into Friday. We're trying to have a good time Josina we'd game. Now, we we can all the way around with a little bit warrior saw former President Obama yesterday. What went on behind the scenes use your imagination? That's not Barack Obama. I'm just kidding. Sounds like. Bad. So there you go news for Joe Montana. And as we said, it's a new world kids. Are you going to see more and more? This actually, honestly I've heard in the higher end of the business world. There are more and more people getting a piece of it just because it's a booming industry, you'd Stephan just checks in cowboy boots Stephan. He too is an investor in the marijuana industry. I heard about this. He was very excited to have is called EKO cannabis in Oakland. You know what I'm saying? How about some sample stuff? And I don't know he says it's on telegraph free. Plug and you're welcome copen are available tickets to give me those on-deck circle tickets again, we're FREDDY Freeman gave a cute little wave to my. Then unbelievably adorable four year old Rory. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We said FREDDY Freeman maybe you should say something to them game was meaningless copes the game that was game that pissed me right off. It was when the giants were going through another one of their long long downturns of just tap out. After tap out scratching out one run and losing three to one right on a cold oracle night. And if you remember a cold or shabby? The guy is a chubby junk baller who had two major league wins in his first name was a last name Williams Anderson or something like that or Anderson Valero or something like that you remember guy from the Braves any just slammed the freaking door on the giants. He was throwing like eight his cheese when he cranked it up eighty nine and then he was just toss in eighty one. And I was sitting there just seething until FREDDY Freeman came the on deck circle. And there was enough of a pause. We said, hey, ROY, you should say, Freddie, famous really good player. So he's like, Freddie, Freddie, high, Freddie, Freddie, Freddie Freeman and gave a little baby wave like a little scrunched knuckle baby wave to them. So pretty freedoms my story isn't as glamorous as that. But I did sit and stuff and sees wants thank Stephan for that. That's awesome being down there. But I will tell you what I observed true story. I was there with peaches all full disclosure five six years ago. And it was when the New York Mets were in town with Bartolo Cologne and Portola columns on the on deck circle. Just like, Freddie. And he was like holding the true story holding the bat on his shoulder. Just kind of tapping it on his shoulder and every time he tapped the bat on his shoulder. We could see blubber kind of ripple in his jersey like down by the love handles and stuff, and we'd just admired it, we know. It's look at. This guy's physique went up there. You know was struck out in three consecutive pages came walking back, but still the the physique of a Bartolo by the way Murphy's. He's still going to be throwing forty six years old. He's still a Free Asia. Right. Copes found a Williams Peres Williams never heard of that guy. Go look go look at the game. He just absolutely mesmerized. The giants go Skogen. His game was either twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen chubby Venezuelan what's going on here. What are we doing here? 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"tara vanderveer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In tonight's first national semifinal game it's sticker senate hoods final four special on espn radio sinead the wolverines that's such a big advantage in the size game loyola's biggest guy cameron crop crowe the true freshman who played very well authencity with about seventeen points i believe but i mean michigan can go six eleven seven foot inside and at times you saw on the offensive glass all the really struggle to protect the glass because michigan had such a big ed's in the size department it's so funny because my coach in college coach tara vanderveer used to always say well you can't teach height you can't teach and it comes in clutch especially in the ncaa tournament and i'm just looking at the score i mean villanova's up twenty to eleven right now in the second semifinal end so i'm looking i'm like okay these guys on the court right here the these guys look like top seeds now loyal they don't really i remember watching that postgame sideline where they're like oh can you take a picture with me and keith hit the picture they're both equally teammates on this ramblers wide and everyone was like oh that's a little shade but but they know that their strength is playing small ball and that's what they did so well throughout the tournament the differences throughout the tournament they were able to knock down shots and when you don't not down shots you really have to have easy baskets out the glass and they were missing that because michigan i mean when you watch michigan it's funny everyone wants the games to be pretty and oftentimes college basketball is not i mean just the nature of the game it's long form long shot clock compared to the nba running guide and michigan they're they're scrappy they're not pretty they like to fight they like that if you notice towards the end of the game they were all just like looking at each other flax in just being tough it's not a finesse game for them and i think that works to the.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To the yukon hey let me i need a new challenge and i don't think it'd be hard after he brings you eleven or this year twelve championships at anybody could jump in these college basketball people work on a high level like tara vanderveer on the women's side i you know i think when you get to that level of basketball coaching you you know the game you know the game cold and i think you could you can impress anybody might get so with your knowledge of the game i don't think i think it's more about being able to relate to the athlete and what they're going off going through you know away from the floor yeah that's maybe a bigger part of it i don't know i think it would it definitely would be it would get a lot of headlines it would be very interesting to to see in men who i think there will be a lot of people really rooting hard for gino to to build yukon back to the program the calhoun bill every time we bring this up you're gonna get somebody who's half listing and they go what a woman can do it or a man couldn't coach women this and that i'm just saying if you were starting out in your twenties as a as a men's coach and then maybe you started over you your early thirties i'm going to switch to a women's game yeah okay fine and of course the other way around too but i i just i think it's what you're used to what you're prepared to do and as he's he's the exception because he's the king but i just don't think you're going to say at the you know at the men's level has ever been as a maybe maybe in a small small school there's been a woman that costa men's team in college i will say this oh it'd be it would be a huge ballsy move by gino auriemma it would be a huge because you know the way he's putting it all on the.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Now and ask who has crossing the time line with two thirty seven love unesco's like a cat that sort of messing around with mouses sort of toys going with the opponent two great visual a nascar with it given the screen for maguire left the right he better than hands of your best ball player right now and that's what they're doing and she's going to fire away with seven others first the girl twenty five quarter 500stock what he puts the final nail in the step her coffin seventy four fifty four now a turnover again in oregon's got it this is fun to watch her insurance it is a short so watch sabrina and sq play basketball the nationals i school player of the year two seasons ago that i propose that were in the nation all american across the board boosted of a chance read we in that is indeed what she is and will be in this tournament three seconds left announcement with one he doesn't pay much attention to the shot clock he just dribbles it all out but that doesn't matter at this point one thirty seven left ansa newcomers come into the game four stamford as waving the white flag is tara vanderveer but again three off the bench the stella moscow the pressman for madison wisconsin nobody thought the court the would even be at this point what about the ducks company with twenty nine give him want more there have of that thirty wearing sees it and they're still go with recedes it's basically got everybody back next year to advance scary for the pac welded to the rest of the country williams snapped on with rape and the top of the are seventy four fifty seven a seventeen point oregon advantage and now you took it all down she was the national freshman of the year last year and the pac 12 growth in the year this year choose now be packed poker player of the year and she show what it said i asked you drive it in loses naval the basketball last touched by samper's so it'll be oregon ball underneath newcomers for the ducks as well of the fifteen emily may lead to russian from melbourne australia and fewer with.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"To me and to many others fat summit is women's college basketball coach i think that's a fair assessment to say this list has pat summit rated number one and now we start to get into it if you look at the entire scope of college basketball one name that john i know you're familiar with bikes for chefs ski comes in at number two terror vanderveer in stamford at number three and then number four the few noory up now this list obviously is is is not the same as as your list not the same as mile is not the same as i'm sure many many many college basketball experts if i walk up to somebody on the street and said name me the top five college basketball coaches of all time you hear the same five answers for most people john wooden lectures chefs cki dean smith eight off rob bobby knight okay or if you want to substitute bob night with worry williams or day highmore you know tom izzo or you'll whoever okay general oriana 's name will be kinda swept under the rock if you take a look at it only the women's basketball side once again the the the bars already been set by pet summit and then there's gene auriemma and then there's everybody else and now let's say hypothetically now it's the battle between june auriemma and soviet hatchet ed uh tara vanderveer because even tara vanderveer now is in terms of record has surpassed you know arianna does he does he fit into my top five all of women's college basketball you betcha in fact i put if fat because i've never even heard of and rear idol uh but i i look me you know i won't of the many people that the i don't really pay as close attention to um you know women's college basketball so should i think sukahara blogs at the top five of alltime winningest women's college basketball coach's but again that's where were the issue i have with this is it's women's college basketball it notice respect to the two that support women's college basketball is one of the most fun and exciting sports to watch i've seen at first hand oh boy in move in the entire landscape of college basketball ari avas way down in list i'm sorry i i i.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"The last word sb job we've got an interesting topic i've already answered gene auriemma and by the way unbeknownst to me uh tara vanderveer panchayat soviet sylvia hatural at north carolina uh both reaching one thousand wins earlier this week which is certainly an accomplishment that cannot be overlooked but here's where the question lies since june auriemma did it first that's why we're we're talking about him and not sylvia hatural by the way congratulations to both of them gene auriemma word is you rank among the alltime greats in college basketball i got a couple problems with this first one being i think gino oriana rose to prominence at the wrong type i think if he if he had been on the same level as pat summit during their coaching tenures this conversation takes a a different is gene auriemma in the discussion of the alltime greatest college basketball coach's my answer right now is no and i understand two thousand wins is a very difficult accomplishment to achieve especially in women's basketball you you don't really get that chance but the reason i say no is because in a and i've got a list here of from from newsday i don't know how you know everything about them but i i've found a list of the alltime winningest college basketball coaches number one on the list john f and this is unfortunate for our yama because even in his own side of the sport he has to play second fiddle to from one the only the legendary pats on it bad summit to women's college basketball is the endall be all hands down good under discussion okay no matter now unless gene auriemma somehow manages to coach another few years surpasses pat summit in terms of of record we might have a difficulty she should boy.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on WDRC
"The talk of connecticut waterbury police have identified a suspect in a deadly hit and run investigation seventyfiveyearold geraldine loppy always hit by a car while walking near her apartment building on cook street and nottingham terrace in waterbury last tuesday she was rushed to the hospital where she later died police say a suspect has been identified but they have not made an arrest as of yet well if you didn't get your flu shot yet you might want to that's because the flu is now considered to be widespread here in our state there have been positive test results in seven of connecticut's eight counties the highest number of cases have been reported in hartford county and the flu season hasn't even ramped up yet statewide nearly one hundred people have been but allies for the flu and the first flu related death was reported last week on the verge of another milestone legendary coach gino auriemma and his team will be thrust into the national spotlight again as he goes for this career win number one thousand yukon says nine thousand tickets have been sold for the game against oklahoma if you wins it will put coach auriemma in a very elite group her only two other women's coaches who have achieved this milestone pat summit at tennessee and tara vanderveer at ohio state and stamford those are some of the headlines here on this tuesday i irene o'connor with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut channel free early warning weather from the talk of connecticut partly sunny today with highs in the upper 40s partly cloudy tonight lows in the low 30s mostly sunny windy colder tomorrow highs in the.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on WDRC
"One seven thousand back i've irene o'connor with channel three eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut waterbury police have identified a suspect in a deadly hit and run investigation seventyfiveyearold geraldine loppy always hit by a car while walking near her apartment building on cook street and nottingham terrace in waterbury last tuesday she was rushed to the hospital where she later died police say a suspect has been identified but they have not made an arrest as of yet well if you didn't get your flu shot yet you might want to that's because the flu is now considered to be widespread here in our state there have been positive test results in seven of connecticut's eight counties the highest number of cases have been reported in hartford county and the flu season hasn't even ramped up yet statewide nearly one hundred people have been hospitalized for the flu and the first flu related death was reported last week on the verge of another milestone legendary coach gino auriemma and his team will be thrust into the national spotlight again as he goes for this career win number one thousand yukon says nine thousand tickets have been sold for the game against oklahoma if yukon wins it will put coach auriemma in a very elite group her only two other women's coaches who have achieved this milestone pat summit at tennessee and tara vanderveer at ohio state and stamford those to some of the headlines here on this tuesday i'm irene o'connor with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut my name is that this round you're listening to the jewish bank she star which is promoting that weapon are that we're doing on.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Nine there's always been a wnba there's always been an opportunity to play overseas for me but when i think of title nine i think about my college coach who has never larkin just alluded to taught me about awareness i played for hall of fame coach tara vanderveer era and the most important thing she taught me during my experience at stamford was respects respect the game and respect each other why because we're all fortunate for opportunities and people tend to forget echostar her our selfie is the play back in the day after if you played in kaleta indiana she went back home and by okay let me pursue a degree in law while you know life happens her sister's high school basketball team there coach had to take an extended absence so she stepped in and by that time she got experience coaching basketball girls athletics there were opportunities available through title not the she would always tell us that without title ix she may not have had the opportunity to quote at stamford for over thirty years now and now she's in the hall of fame and there's a domino effect title ix through one change many other opportunities worse coach time has been a major influence than many people's lives like mine my sisters is jennifer easy vow wieting carlise her throwing coaches at issue and even lisa leslie as coach tara coach and the olympics so title ix give opportunities to women and those opportunities are mats exponentially in it's become a part of my dna i'm nigerian american as my name links to and be african patriarchal system has not reached the point to really sustain fema lead ix when i start my basketball my parents contemporaries you know they're african friends that they you we grew up within the city of houston where say oh you grow should be studying or playing you know doing stuff that refine themselves as for the future well let me tell you those same parents were saying aggression be bounce on the ball they're putting their kids in sports because they see that scholarship open doors and can transform your lives so title nine has a trickledown effect through opportunities in this started like you said people don't knows forty five years ago so the young generation doesn't have that awareness but has women's basketball players it's on us to really tell the story as larkin mention and in a chance were my life it's transform.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on Around the Rim
"Yeah you know you're absolutely right about that and i didn't even think about the sample size you know because every night even without codes it seems like there's been a difference factor like asia was in foul trouble last night and they were still able to pull it out or or leasing gray has been more of a factor or the plays in that tie here's may down the stretch so came the day gets at gully but then who is the teen contributor down the stretch donya pliny off of the bench is has really been great for their defense because it's six foot she can do a lot of things and i thought that i stay inferred uh the one thing i mean obviously said this briana turner being missing so then how do they respond to of a player like asia wilson there's no one in a country like asia wilson you know they're just isn't and so at six five she presents some some some challenges with our versatility she's driving more from the high polls without elena coats in there so i i can't wait to see what tara vanderveer is going to come up with what how awesome is that to have gone against tara we think about the history of our game it it to people who have really impacted a going back to the ninety six olympic t a really happy for dawn tara carol you had last say is there anything else than to doubts use all foreign the ncaa tournament overall observations or or anything that tom you know you were just surprised by or impressed with uh you know i was really impressed i mean they were kind of the cinderella of the of the tournament i was really impressed owes your inner chances the oregon up close and personal here for two gay than even though yukon gave it to them that just make them pretty much like everyone else in the country right i mean uh very young they're fearless you can see that there's.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on Around the Rim
"We have people on all our campuses across the country who work every day at empowering their female athletes those are men and women and that's what they work at how much do they feel empowered to speak out on their campuses against some of the things that happened with other athletic programmes on their camp for instance if something happens at uh you know at a you know a a connecticut does gino bohrium its powerful whose he is is he going to say something that could be perceived as negative connecticut would shared a cool say something perceived negative about oklahoma oregon as south carolina or muscle mcgraw at notre dame or tara vanderveer at stanford do any of those coaches feel like hey i need to speak out specifically as a leader of young women and i need to know who the victim advocates are on our campus i would imagine there are some coaches that are very good at that and probably has done that and others who are would say hey i don't feel comfortable i i can't challenge the football programme i can't say anything that would be perceived as negative about my school even if i want to speak out and i think that's opening the door to a bear conversation with china and one that even we in the media are involved in which is how do we take all the positive the energy of empowerment and selfconfidence the we see sports gives young women and then make that reach over toward young woman who's been victimized on the campus he might not be athlete to might not have anything to do with athletics.
"tara vanderveer" Discussed on Around the Rim
"Ninety eight straight enrolling they play smu you saturday for ninety nine if they win that they will play south carolina on big monday for their one hundred th consecutive win in every win as a record because they've already broken the record so uh congrats to yukon they're still really we'll talk a little bit to force burke about that game later on because she'll be calling that game congratulations to tara vanderveer she did hit the one thousand career win mark uh wit for one thousand in one on monday against use the la but the bruins upsetminded pull off the win at maple pavilion so congratulations the cory close but i'm tara vanderveer was on our show last week if you haven't heard please go back lots of jim's jules wonderful thing she shared with us along with just helping us to remember the history of the game and how far we've come so congratulations tara all your players your entire program for those accomplishments um but we've got a lot of college women's basketball to talk about so with that we are going to head into the first quarter firstquarter fans we want to thank you guys for hanging out with us charlie cream is going to join us in just a moment but once again we just wanted to remind you you can reach us on social media twitter via the hashtag around the rim um you can go to the s p espn app and download the show there you could subscribe on i tunes are we love to interact with fans thank you guys for taking the time to stick with us on some women's basketball talk don't forget later on we have doors burke on the show in the second quarter as well as the maryland due o of should tori walker kim bro in briana jones in the third quarter of the right now we want to welcome in r e s p in women's basketball brac atallah gis in that is charlie cream welcome to the show charlie.