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SANDCAST is the leading podcast for beach volleyball and stories in the volleyball world. Hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter take listeners into the world of the AVP, FIVB, NORCECA, and any other professional beach volleyball outlets, digging deep into the lives of the players both on and off the court as well as all of the top influencers in the game.
 
“Good Seats Still Available” is a curious little podcast devoted to the exploration of what used-to-be in professional sports. Each week, host Tim Hanlon interviews former players, owners, broadcasters, beat reporters, and surprisingly famous "super fans" of teams and leagues that have come and gone - in an attempt to unearth some of the most wild and woolly moments in (often forgotten) sports history.
 
Join two-time World Cup champ and Olympic gold medalist Kelley O’Hara, as she sits down with some of the biggest names in sports to talk about the untold stories behind their success. Featuring Olympians, MVPs, world champions and breakout stars, the Just Women’s Sports podcast tells the real story of what it’s like to be a professional athlete today. The Just Women’s Sports Podcast is produced in collaboration with BOOM Integrated.
 
Former Division I volleyball player and TED Talk speaker, Victoria Garrick, is a mental health and body-image advocate who sits down with all sorts of inspirational and awesome guests to bring you the REALEST conversations around success, failure, life, and challenge. New episodes every Wednesday!
 
The best TV shows and movies discussed in an easily digestible podcast packed with laughs by Ross Bolen and Barrett Dudley. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud. Presented by Bolen Media. Watch our show on YouTube.com/BolenMedia Patreon.com/OystersClamsCockles 866-43-CLAMS Twitter: @ClamsAndCockles Instagram: @OystersClamsCockles Facebook.com/OystersClamsCockles
 
Around the Block is an in-depth, opinionated, and thought provoking podcast that covers the rapidly growing collegiate, club, and high school volleyball scene. Co-hosts Kelly Surrency and Coley Pawlikowski draw on their expertise to enlighten, intrigue, and entertain every volleyball enthusiast.
 
Let's talk volleyball! Topics range from coaching philosophy to interviews with former Olympians. Perfect for your drive to work, volleyball practice, or to binge listen to on the way to a tournament! If you're a new volleyball coach and you want to learn more about how to coach volleyball, this podcast is sure to keep you entertained! I know that not everyone has a volleyball background, so I keep it as beginner friendly as possible!
 
The idea of this project is to create a volleyball network where the audience can listen to the very interesting stories and points of views from different professionals of the sport. The project will bring together a very intense variety of professional players, college players, club directors, region commissioners, officials, college head coaches (D1,D2 and D3), professional coaches, tournament directors, brands and much more… Our goal is to be able to share the many incredible stories, ph ...
 
Rachel Ngom from She’s Making an Impact shares her top Pinterest marketing, content creation, and blogging strategies with you so you can monetize your passion and live out your purpose. Expert interviews and simple strategies on how to use Pinterest marketing in your online business, build your email list, use social media the right way, and create passive income … and a massive impact on the world. This podcast will make you feel like you’re sitting down with a cup of coffee with your bff, ...
 
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It was a season of firsts for the four volleyball teams from the Pflugerville school district. For the first time, all four schools — Hendrickson, Weiss, Connally and Pflugerville — were in the same UIL district. All four schools made the volleyball playoffs in the same season for the first time, with Hendrickson claiming its first district champio…
 
Times sports writers James Boyd and Mike Clark discuss the latest Region sports news. Clark puts Hobart's football season in historical perspective, while Boyd reviews the girls and boys soccer and volleyball players of the year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Times of Northwest Indiana
 
Keegan Cook, Volleyball coach at the University of Washington joins us on this week's episode. Keegan has done a great job at Washington, winning two Pac-12 titles and playing in three Elite 8's and a Final Four in his five seasons leading the Washington program. We talk about developing the person over the athlete, the rhythms of coaching, his men…
 
D&T catch up with Punahou alum and former Pepperdine All-American (Tiff's alma mater), JOSH TAYLOR. Josh chats about the fall abbreviated season, coaching in a pandemic, his wife as an assistant coach, and his Hawaii All-American sister Nikki. Also hear D&T talk about devastating injuries (Joe Burrow) & NFL & College FB pandemic issues, like the Cl…
 
In this episode (last one out of 3) of the Learn Beach Volleyball Fast podcast I continue the conversation with the man behind the Swedish Beach Volleyball Podcast (https://beachking.podbean.com/) and most of the coach training programs given to new coaches in Sweden - Johan Rininsland. We have a proper volleynerd discussion mostly around the topic…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features fan question host Savvy Simo, who asked a wide variety of fan questions for the show. On this episode, Bourne, Mewhirter, and Simo discuss:- What guest did we learn the most from?- How does off-season training differ from in-season training in beach volleyball…
 
In this episode, Teran Rodriguez recaps the dramatic end to the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, Georgia's upset win over No.5 Florida and No.3 Baylor's wins over No.10 Kansas State. Rodriguez also recaps the fall volleyball season and what might be next for Set Point going forward.All of the opinions and thoughts of Teran Rodriguez are his and not …
 
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal preps writer Alexis Cubit and KLBK sports director Ryan King talk discuss the remaining football and volleyball teams. Kingdom Prep coach Jeff Klein joins in the second segment to discuss the Warriors' Tuesday playoff game against Faustina and how they've fared this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
On this episode, I'm interviewed by Joel Goldberg, host of the podcast "Rounding the Bases." We talk all about Africa, Volleyball, Productivity, Business, and so much more! He asks me so many great questions I've never been asked before, and I loved every minute! I absolutely loved this interview so much, that I wanted it to live on my podcast as w…
 
As the longest tenured head coach at WKU, Head Volleyball Coach Travis Hudson chats with Petey & Drew about everything from volleyball to some other topics including: His 1st exposure to Volleyball Becoming a member of the WKU Volleyball staff Being Interim Head Coach / Being a Cheap Interview Building a Culture at WKU Earning Respect vs. Demanding…
 
On this episode of The Viral Volley Podcast, Rob Espero talks with AVCA All-Americans (although Canadians 😊 ) and 2-time Collegiate Beach National Champions Megan and Nicole McNamara.After graduating from UCLA with back-to-back Collegiate Beach National Championships Megan and Nicole are now playing professionally on the FIVB tour internationally a…
 
Ross and Barrett discuss season one of HBO's documentary "The Vow" covering the NXIVM cult. Support the show in exchange for exclusive ad-free episodes: Patreon.com/OystersClamsCockles Watch this episode: YouTube.com/BolenMedia (0:00) Intro (7:26) The Vow Season 1 (52:23) Announcements + Conclusion Quip: GetQuip.com/DRAGON 866-43-CLAMS Twitter: @Cl…
 
Ross Bolen and Barrett Dudley open with major hype for our watch of THE SOPRANOS starting this week on Patreon.com/OystersClamsCockles, then it's time for Tidbits And Such With Barrett before the boys finally digest finales for both HBO's THE UNDOING and Netflix's THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT. Watch this episode: YouTube.com/BolenMedia Enjoy The Sopranos wit…
 
The restaurant industry received a heaping helping of good news over Thanksgiving weekend, as celebrity chef David Chang, he of Netflix show “Ugly Delicious”, won $1 million on the celebrity version of ABC’s “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” Chang was playing for the Houston-based service industry nonprofit Southern Smoke Foundation, an organization…
 
Construction of the planned Tesla factory in southeastern Travis County has been proceeding so fast that watching it take shape is practically a spectator sport. But Tesla appears intent on producing more than cars here. The company has said it will manufacture many of its electric vehicles at the factory, but it has filed for a permit from the sta…
 
Texas factory output is slowing amid a rise in coronavirus cases this fall that’s taking a toll on the state’s economy. The state production index, a broad but key barometer of manufacturing activity devised by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, reflects expansion in November, but at a pace well below average since the sector began recovering over…
 
The Saint David’s Foundation is awarding $175,000 to Bastrop County to strengthen community health and wellbeing networks. The grant was approved during the Nov. 23 Bastrop County Commissioners Court meeting. It will be used to create a new “network weaving” cohort in the county, which officials described as “connecting people to people and network…
 
The Westlake Chamber of Commerce is asking everyone to consider doing their holiday shopping locally this year to support small businesses. The chamber is organizing a shop local initiative that businesses can participate in and offer deals or promote holiday items to keep local dollars local. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Staff in the Eanes and Lake Travis school districts have been updating and making tweaks to their coronavirus dashboards, which keep families updated on the number of positive cases in the schools. Officials in both districts say that maintaining the dashboards, and communicating with families and staff, is yet another example of how the pandemic a…
 
Authorities on Monday asked for the public’s help in finding those responsible for shooting a man during a road rage incident in Southeast Austin last week. Around 9 a.m. on Nov. 25, officers responded to reports of a vehicle crash at the intersection of Montopolis Drive and East Riverside Drive. Officers found a 20-year-old man with critical injur…
 
With the passage of Proposition B, Austin is now set to get a second pedestrian bridge over Lady Bird Lake — a companion to the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge that will complete the loop of the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail. The as yet unnamed bridge would span Lady Bird Lake just upstream from the Longhorn Dam. City leaders aim to emulate the …
 
As Austin officials prepared to open the city’s cold weather homeless shelters Monday night, they also made plans to reduce the coronavirus contagion risks. Austin will open some recreation centers as its primary shelters this year, masks will be required and provided, beds will be spaced farther apart, and people will be screened for COVID-19 symp…
 
Texas’ financial health has not sunk to the dangerous depths first anticipated when the state’s economy was forced to shut down in the spring in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Comptroller Glenn Hegar told legislative budget leaders Monday. Even though revenues are significantly lower than a year ago, Hegar said they have outperfor…
 
State health officials reported 8,900 coronavirus patients in Texas hospitals Monday, the most since Aug. 1, when the state was in the throes of a summer surge of virus cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Statewide hospitalizations have been steadily rising since September, when the state saw a recent low of 3,081 on Sept. 20. State and local healt…
 
The holidays are almost here. It’s tempting to get lost in everything holiday-related, especially after the year we’ve had. Spending boatloads of time and money can provide a temporary reprieve from the stress of our normal lives. But while it feels good in the moment, going overboard for the holidays can have lasting financial and emotional conseq…
 
Mallory Pugh has been considered the future of the U.S. women’s national team since before she could drive a car. After being called in to the USWNT at age 17, she made her Olympic debut at 18, turned professional at 19, and then won a World Cup at age 21. In this episode, Mal and Kelley discuss her meteoric rise to soccer stardom and what comes ne…
 
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal preps writer Alexis Cubit and KLBK sports director Ryan King give an overview on the upcoming regular-season rematches, Coronado playing for a district title and Lubbock-Cooper's thrilling victory. Trinity Christian coach Kevin Spiller joins in the second segment to discuss the Lions' second-ever playoff win coinciding wit…
 
Nobody needs to trek to the North Pole to visit Santa. Just say hello to him at the Santa Claus Museum in Columbus, roughly 1 1/2 hours from Austin. Nearly 3,000 Santa Clauses – in all shapes, sizes and materials – decorate the shelves, walls and other display areas in two rooms of a humble building not far from the Colorado County Courthouse. The …
 
All music venues in Austin closed shortly after the coronavirus crisis began in the area in mid-March. A handful have shuttered permanently since then, as have a few notable restaurants that regularly featured music. The rest have taken a variety of approaches in uncertain months. Some have remained closed the entire time; others have at least part…
 
Construction is underway on the Texas Department of Transportation’s new $300 million headquarters in southeast Austin. The facility, which is expected to be completed in February 2022, will be home to about 2,000 agency employees. Eventually, it will consolidate TxDOT’s presence in Austin. The agency’s workers are currently spread over three sites…
 
Starting in December, Bastrop residents will have a new option available to travel from place to place in the city. Capital Area Rural Transportation System, or CARTS, is set to use the city of Bastrop to debut its new on-demand ride service, CARTS Now. CARTS General Manager David Marsh said this will be a micro-mobility project that aims to give c…
 
A group of Rosanky area residents, in southern Bastrop County, have mobilized to form a group -- the Rosanky Rural Alliance -- to voice opposition to a proposed $190 million solar project just south of Rosanky along Jeddo Road. Residents are concerned the project could devalue their land and properties near the solar project and potentially negativ…
 
Even being home most of time doesn’t always deter the perennial holiday threat of “porch pirates” — thieves who steal packages from doorsteps. Here are some tips to avoid being a victim: Get delivery alerts, or if you know you won’t be at home in time for deliveries, see if your workplace will allow you to have your purchases delivered there. In Ro…
 
An Austin police officer who was suspended after he got into a crash with another vehicle and brandished his gun appears unlikely to be charged over the incident. Austin Police Department officials this month suspended officer Thomas Tuminelli for 60 days for his behavior after the May 23 crash. Both Tuminelli and the other driver involved were dri…
 
With the exception of some downpours during the weekend, significant rainfall has eluded the Austin area for the past two months, but a persistent La Niña means the lack of moisture is likely to last into the new year. Weather in Central Texas during a winter La Niña — when the waters in the eastern Pacific Ocean near the equator cool down — tends …
 
Proponents of lifting the state’s strict marijuana prohibitions are bracing for a tough fight when the Legislature meets in January, despite momentum generated by recent successful legalization efforts around the country, and what they consider to be a strong case based on both economics and the need for criminal justice reform. Proponents are gear…
 
A three-year legal battle involving Austin’s ban on digital advertising on commercial billboards appears to be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, an escalation by the city that could have rippling consequences throughout Texas and two other states. Austin is among roughly 90% of cities in Texas that prohibit digital billboards in most places. The pr…
 
As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to rise across Texas, community leaders in some of the hardest hit areas are confronting an enduring challenge: How to get more people to wear masks. But nearly five months after Governor Greg Abbott, facing a public health disaster with COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths mounting, mandated that …
 
Austin-Travis County health officials say they are “very concerned” about hospital capacity ahead of what could be a deadly end to the pandemic year. For several weeks, health officials have repeatedly pleaded with residents to abandon plans to gather with extended family to avoid a surge in COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. City and…
 
In this episode, I'm sharing the top 18 lessons I've learned from Tony Robbins. I started off wanting to share the top 5, but my list kept growing and growing. He has inspired so many people, and there are so many lessons I've learned from attending his live events and working with his coaches, that I wanted to make an episode dedicated to all thos…
 
For the first time since Episode 47 with Dennis Seese, we dial back to US pro soccer's optimistic but tenuous late 1960's reboot, with Derek Liecty - the founding general manager of one the period's most successful (yet historically overlooked) teams, the Oakland (née California) Clippers. One of ten inaugural franchises in the renegade National Pr…
 
And following the lead of small business, artists are encouraging shoppers to peruse their wares on Artists Sunday. Greg Davis, an Austin-based photographer, said it’s an opportunity for shoppers to buy something handmade that, quote, “has purpose – the kind of gift that can fill a home much better than something mass produced in a far-away factory…
 
For Central Texas merchants, the holiday season is always crucial, but this year could be make or break. That’s why, they say, it’s especially important for Austin shoppers to support the locally owned shops they love — before it’s too late. Small retailers are hoping that today — Small Business Saturday — will bring in some needed revenue for inde…
 
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