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This show will be recorded live from the ISS Long Beach 2016 Networking Event in the Impressions Magazine booth at the front of the show at 4PM PST on Saturday the 23rd. This exciting broadcast will take place during the networking event sponsored by Hanes and will feature, exhibitors, attendees and show organizers bring you all the happenings from the excellent Long Beach event. Don’t miss your opportunity to be there and be part of our show.
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SEA-CRUZ has received numerous nominations and awards from the Carolina Beach Music Award Association.This dynamic group features the advantages of modern technology, years of stage experience and a BOAT LOAD of personality! SEA-CRUZ is a sequenced group, consisting of heavy keyboards, saxophone and three lead vocalists. This combination gives you a big band sound without the big band PRICE and promises to deliver a complete and fun entertainment experience. SEA-CRUZ musical menu includes the best of 60’s Oldies, Classic Rock, 70’s Disco, Carolina Beach and today’s hottest new songs. All of this flavored with Pop, Country, Rhythm and Blues and Standards gives you and your guests the Itinerary for a SPECTACULAR VOYAGE. SEA-CRUZ has become one of the Southeast’s top entertainment groups so ALL ABOARD for a fun filled SEA-CRUZ. Dino Fair from Sea-Cruz stops by on Tuesday, July 9, at 8pm EST.
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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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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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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