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Tulane Head Beach Volleyball Coach Wayne Holly on the upcoming beach volleyball season and the changes he expects to see in the future of volleyball now that the NCAA has announced a national championship.
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St. Mary's head volleyball coach Rob Browning joined to talk about the upcoming beach volleyball season and how the sport may change for the next couple years with the recent announcement of a NCAA championship. On top of that, Coach Browning will chat about the history of BYU volleyball and his thoughts on what a few of the great qualities of elite players.
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Today, Stevenson University Head Volleyball Coach Dave Trumbo joined Stephen to talk about the upcoming beach volleyball season and the future of beach in the college ranks. Some of the areas covered include: coaching for the love the game, the challenges of being located in a slightly colder climate and being a new program, the joy of going south for spring break, and the future of Division III programs in the sport of beach.
The recent announcement of the inaugural NCAA beach volleyball tournament in May of 2016 was a major step forward adding beach volleyball to the map as a youth sport. The bigger question does this new tournament change your thoughts about playing beach volleyball in college, rather than simply indoor.
Secondly, Steven Loeswick of North Florida joined Stephen to talk about the future of the sport of beach volleyball.
So what is the future of beach volleyball for coaches? For players?
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#200: Yvette Healy, Head Coach, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin softball team will square off with nine teams that advanced to the 2015 NCAA Tournament during the 2016 campaign including California, BYU, Louisville, NC State, Kansas, Arizona State, Minnesota, Northwestern and Nebraska. The Badgers finished last year with a 21-31 overall record and a 5-17 Big Ten record last year. They open the regular season against California at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Arizona on Feb. 12-14. Next, the Badgers head to Raleigh, North Carolina, for the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Feb. 19-21. Big Ten play kicks off for the Badgers in East Lansing, Michigan, against Michigan State on March 24-26. UW hosts four Big Ten opponents at Goodman Diamond, starting with a series against Ohio State on April 1-3. The Badgers head to Minnesota for a doubleheader against the Gophers on April 12, followed by a trip to Iowa April 15-17. A series at home against Illinois on April 22-24, a doubleheader against Green Bay on April 26, and a final series facing Northwestern at Goodman Diamond will close out UW's home slate. The Badgers wrap up their regular season on the road at Nebraska on May 6-8. Badgers Twitter, Badgers Facebook, Coach Healy Twitter, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook,
While outdoor volleyball i.e. beach volleyball is played all over the United States by adults, the youth version has been slowly gaining acceptance over the last 20 years or so. With that said, athletes should take a serious look into playing beach volleyball in college.
Secondly, I interviewed Mercer University’s head indoor and beach volleyball coach Damian Elder on this very subject. Mercer is one of the original 15 colllege programs in beach volleyball, so he was there in the beginning 4 years ago.
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Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project was joined by David Rubio, Head Volleyball coach from the University of Arizona on the subject of perfection or efficiency in sport. Coach Rubio has over 30 years of history in coaching and is currently coaching his daughter's youth team.
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2015 NCAA Volleyball Final Four - Omaha, NE
#9 Kansas v. #4 Nebraska
The No. 9-ranked University of Kansas volleyball team defeated No. 1 seed USC in five sets (3-2; 25-18, 25-21, 22-25, 19-25, 15-13) on Saturday night to advance the program's first NCAA Championship Semifinal appearance and extend a season that continues to elevate to unprecedented heights. While The fourth-seeded Huskers qualified for their first NCAA Semifinals since 2008 by beating fifth-seeded and top-ranked Washington, 3-1 (25-17, 21-25, 25-20, 25-21), on Saturday at Kentucky's Memorial Coliseum.
#3 Texas v. #2 Minnesota
The University of Minnesota volleyball team defeated Hawaii in four sets in the NCAA Regional Finals on Saturday night. The Gophers took the Rainbow Wahine to four sets, 25-18, 25-13, 24-26, 25-21, to improve to 30-4 on the season and advance to the Final Four. While No. 3 Texas volleyball advanced to its fourth consecutive NCAA Final Four for the first time in program history as the Longhorns outlasted 16th-ranked Florida 3-2 (22-25, 25-22, 25-19, 20-25, 17-15) on Saturday at Gregory Gym.
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This webcast of EMS Live in Wisconsin was recorded on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.
Our first guest at 5:00 minutes into the program was EMS Office Licensing Coordinator Helen Pullen with the State of Wisconsin. We discussed what is required to renew your EMT, paramedic, or emergency medicala responder liccense as all state licenses expire as of June 30, 2016. The license renewal website is https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/ems/licensing/renewal.htm.
At 20 minutes into the program State of Wisconsin EMS and Trauma Medical Director Dr. Suzanne Martens joined us to explain House of Representatives bill 4365, Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medication Act. It has been recognized that EMS technically operates outside of the current DEA rules for controlled substances for pain and seizures. The DEA has allowed this to continue, but has stated it cannot do so without a change in the actual regulations. A draft bill to change these regulations has been written and proposed. The House of Representatives is processing it, and will vote in the near future. Without this bill change, all administration of controlled substances will require radio/phone contact for an order with medical control; and the ordering and stocking of these medications will be complex and costly, with potentially every ambulance being considered an "office". Since the majority of requests for paramedic intercepts involves controlled substances, this impacts all levels of care. >> Click for HR4365 Toolkit and how to contact your local elected federal representative.
Co-hosts included Joe Covelli and Patrick Ryan, and the program lasted 30 minutes.
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This live webcast of EMS Live in Wisconsin was recorded on Tuesday, January 26, 2016.
Our guests included two individuals with Lifestar EMS in West Bend, WI - Assistant Training Coordinator Tyler Christifulli and Field Training Educator Sam Ireland. They discussed how they have successfully been using field educators at their base locations, and also sending out to staff pre-training podcasts to encourage education and discussion. They call their program, "Flipping the classroom".
Lifestar's approach to EMS education included the following:
Identifying the epidemic of bad teaching practices that surround EMS.
Using old power points
What has Lifestar done to reinvent the way we approach education?
Flipping the classroom
Simplified power points and flip chart
The techniques of running a good simulation.
You don't need expensive equipment to run a good sim
Video recording and critique playback
Always succeed in simulations
Takes a lot of preparation to run an efficient and dynamic simulation.
To view and listen to the February 2016 pre-training podcast, "Patterns, Pathways, and Pain", as an example, completed by Lifestar EMS, click here.
Join co-hosts Chris Anderson, Joe Covelli, Patrick Ryan, Dan Williams and call-in guests and live listeners for 40-minutes of conversation about emergency medical services and the ambulance industry in Wisconsin the second and fourth Tuesday every month.
Don't miss a beat of Wisconsin EMS action - listen to EMS Live!
The Wisconsin Badgers signed 25 players to scholarship offers on Wednesday during National Signing Day 2016. Who's the sleeper in this class of future contributors to Wisconsin football, and who will make the earliest impact? Who will make the most impact after his days as a Badgers player is done? We ask BadgerNation.com's Ben Worgull!
We'll play our interview with Wisconsin commit Anthony Lotti from Monday. What does the two-time all-state punter expect of himself when he gets to Madison?
We'll also play interviews from head coach Paul Chryst and a few assistant coaches from today's press conference.