Apr 24, 2019
A different episode of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast as this gives a full audio rundown of Day 1 at the Asian Championships from my perspective as the television commentator. All the coughs and hacks and conversation that is surrounding is included. There's also narrative points after the first six matches during the...
Apr 18, 2019
Tony Hager wasn't exactly looking to carve out a career in
wrestling media. Rather, it was his time away from the sport
combined with an idea to do something to help people like him
understand what was going on around his favorite teams that
launched him into the sport's coverage wing.
On Episode 504 of the Short Time...
Apr 15, 2019
Making his second appearance on the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Clackamas Community College head coach Josh Rhoden talks about his school's third NJCAA national championship and the first since 2011. Rhoden's teams have won multiple National Duals titles, but after several years of second-place finishes, the...
Apr 9, 2019
Episode 502 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast is with Lock
Haven two-time All-American Chance Marsteller.
We talk about the start of college competition, which in Marsteller's case, began by entering the Penn State Open as an eighth grader, how he got introduced to wrestling, when he decided to start focusing heavily...
Apr 5, 2019
Drew Foster became the first NCAA Division I champion from
Northern Iowa since 2000 when he topped Cornell's Max Dean in the
finals at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh at 184 pounds.
On Episode 501 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, I'll talk with Foster about his rise from a sub-.500 wrestler as a freshman, to his...