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66 minutes | 2 months ago
Sometimes When Your Circle Shrinks, It Increases in Value - w/ Amber Drury
Amber Drury, NCAA Coordinator of officials, jumps on to talk about her history in the game as a player, coach, and referee. But there’s more to Amber than that as we find out in this episode.
70 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 23 – What Did You See and What Happened – w/ Paul Splitt
Longtime friend Paul Splitt joins the conversation for Part Two of a Two-Part conversation. Focusing more on leadership and development, this episode is more about his philosophy on coaching and where he goes from here.
59 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 22 – Show Your Story – w/ Paul Splitt
Longtime friend Paul Splitt joins the conversation for Part One of a Two-Part conversation and discusses his personal growth and faith in Christ. We also celebrate the last 25 years of his involvement with Ohio Water Polo.
32 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 21 - Be You, Do You, For You - w/ Maddy Packer
Maddy joins for a quick check-in before she heads back to Purdue after a long Winter Break. She had quite a few adventures while she was home and is ready to get back after it. Always good to hear what she’s working on and how she’s doing with all the opportunities as they come.
52 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 20 - It’s the Little Things that Make a Big Difference - w/ Shane Unger
Gannon University Head Water Polo coach, Shane Unger, joins That’s a Foul! for discussion around his life in Erie after growing up on the West coast. He also talks about water polo development and how he approaches coaching at the collegiate level. The conversation closes with him reflecting on work-life balance and being the best dad and husband he can be.
17 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 19 – Happy Birthday Dad – All the Things I Should Have Said
A son looks back at all the things he should have told his dad. Some humor, some apologies, and some stories. Happy Birthday Dad!
47 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 18 - The Nothing Place - w/ Damon Newman
Damon Newman from American Water Polo and a fellow CWPA Official joins the conversation to talk about referee development, work life balance, The Nothing Place, and to share a few laughs from stories on the deck. Always great to catch up with water polo friends from around the country.
66 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 17 - My Best Days Are Always Ahead of Me - with Lee Corder
Lee Corder jumps into the TAF studio for a fantastic conversation around a bunch of topics. A natural story teller, Lee talks about his time growing up in Lore City, Ohio, how food brings people together, his journey through his career in education, and some solid thoughts on leadership and how to support those you lead. He throws in a couple of stories which may or may not be true, but they are well worth the listen. One of the funniest people I know joins us in Episode 17.
54 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 16 - Make a Difference w/ Dave Plotts
Dave Plotts joins the conversation around leadership from the perspective of his time in the US Navy, his work in IT, and his leadership as an Executive Director of Business Operations. Besides all of those experiences, Dave is one of the most thoughtful folks I know. His perspective on life and what matters has been shaped by being a loving husband and fantastic father. Good listen on leadership, friendship, and ships in Episode 16.
43 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 15 – Collect Experiences Not Merit Badges w/ Craig Morin
Craig Morin joins That’s a Foul! for the second of a two-part series where he talks about his experiences at Arlington National Cemetery where he and his fellow infantry soldiers performed military funerals, his servant leadership with the fair chance restaurant group Hot Chicken Takeover, and a little about his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training that keeps him busy and enjoying the challenges life has to offer.
56 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 14 - Put the Onus of Understanding on Yourself w/ Craig Morin
Craig Morin joins That’s a Foul! for the first of a two-part series where he leans into his experiences growing up, his high school water polo experiences as a player and assistant coach, his ROTC and military training that followed, and his deployment to Afghanistan.
61 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 13 – You Need it Shook Up to Get the Zest Outta Life – w/ Dan Sharidan
CWPA Commissioner, Dan Sharidan, shares some stories of he got involved in starting a collegiate water polo team, how those around him recognized his strengths in promoting water polo and organizing events, and his leadership philosophy of running a highly-effective team.
2 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 12 - Alright, Alright, Alright - Season 2 Preview
Season 2 Preview Show. Where we’ve been, where we’re going, and who’s joining us!
32 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 11 - Season One Remix, Playa
Grab 30 minutes of highlights, insights, and sound bites from our guests in Season 1 of That’s a Foul!
43 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 10 - It’s About What You’re Taking From Over Here to Help Over There w/ Mike Jones
Mike Jones shares stories and lessons learned from water polo over the last twenty years. From starting a club team, to refereeing, to becoming and Eagle Scout, to earning his MBA, Mike’s dedication to leadership has had a positive impact on the Ohio water polo community and beyond.
49 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 09 - The Things That Were Once Your Everest w/ Doug Turner
Doug Turner shares his story about his world as a dad, son, and father. His moral center is unlike that of many folks I know. He is genuine and finds the little things in life most pleasing. As realtor, he’s helped many people find their way thru difficult times. As a friend, he was there for me when I needed someone most.
42 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 08 – The Emotional Bank Account: That’s Gold! w/ Scott Voltz
Scott Voltz talks family life, water polo refereeing, and shares some stories from on deck as he’s made his way as a new referee while a sophomore in high school to one of the best in our country. While he’d never say that, those who know him and have refereed with him would.
37 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 07 - Seeya Bub w/ Tyler Bradshaw
Tyler Bradshaw shares the story of his father and Tyler’s journey since his dad’s death in 2013. SeeyaBub.com is a blog dedicated to preserving his memory and keeping him close to those who loved him so dearly.
59 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 06 - You Have to Pay Attention to the Entire Show w/ Tyler Bradshaw
You think you’re locked into where you’re headed and then you learn some perspective through an unanticipated experience. Tyler has seen a lot of sports in his time and his approach to life has gradually developed an appreciate for the little things in life after many hours on the sidelines refereeing and broadcasting led him to being a volunteer for the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League. Show Notes and Linkshttps://nuxhallmiracleleague.org/The Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields are located in Fairfield Ohio. This is a team with the idea that "Every kid, with every challenge, should get every chance to play baseball."http://www.hamiltonjoes.com/The Hamilton Joes are a collegiate summer baseball team that competes in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League (GLSCL), one of eight leagues formed under the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball (NACSB). The team plays at Hamilton's Foundation Field.
33 minutes | a year ago
Episode 05 - The Biggest Challenge is the Challenge Itself - Part II w/ Levon Dermendjian
This is the second of two episodes with Levon Dermendjian. Part II is more water polo centered with Levon talking in depth about where our officials can grow, player safety, tips he uses when the game starts going sideways, and closes with a great story from a game he did in 2012.
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