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Talking to coaches, players, and influencers in the game of soccer from all over the world. Host Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB is a thoughtful and conversational interviewer that highlights the wonderful people who make up the beautiful game.
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Talking to coaches, players, and influencers in the game of soccer from all over the world. Host Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB is a thoughtful and conversational interviewer that highlights the wonderful people who make up the beautiful game.
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Season 3: Episode 1: WPSL Announcement with Pittsburgh Hotspurs @HotspursClub
Welcome to Season 3 of the "On the Touchline" podcast. I recently sat down with Tommo Ovenden @ThomasOvenden and Jordan Daloisio of Pittsburgh Hotspurs on their announcement of being the only club in Pittsburgh, PA to have a full player pathway for men's and women's players from youth to first team. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
57:37
November 20, 2019
Season 2: Episode 28, Paul Cammarata, @thecoachjourney
Paul Cammarata is the host and founder of "The Coaching Journey" podcast.  Here is more on Paul's background. EDUCATION: BA in Political Science from Fordham University (2013) EXPERIENCE: Assistant Coach, Men’s Soccer, Avila University (2015-Present) Lead Phase Coach, Kansas City Prime (2015-Present) Senior Youth Coach, New York Red Bulls (2014-2015) Assistant Coach, Men’s Varsity Soccer, Kellenberg Memorial High School (2013-2015) Head Coach, Pro Soccer Kids (2013-2014) Assistant Coach, Men’s Club Soccer, Fordham University (2010-2013) COACHING EDUCATION: NSCAA Premier Diploma USSF E License NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma NSCAA GK Lvl 1 Club Studies with the following professional clubs and academies: West Bromwich Albion Football Club Brentford Football Club Bristol Rovers Football Club Fortuna Dusseldorf 1895 How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
57:06
July 31, 2019
Season 2: Episode 27, Jason Collinsworth, @jc_playmakerWNY
 Since 2004, Jason's coaching experience is spread across all levels of the game within the United States.  Jason has won High School State Championships in his home state of Michigan.  He has coached at the highest level of youth soccer within the Elite Clubs National League & Development Academy.  He has also coached at the NCAA Division 1 level at the University of Detroit.  Most recently, Jason spent time as the Second Assistant Coach of the Western New York Flash women's professional soccer team which plays in the NWSL. Jason's highest accomplishment however, is seeing former players succeed.  Jason has helped in the development of numerous players that currently play in top leagues including Major League Soccer, the National Women's Soccer League, the Elite Club National League as well as the Development Academy.  Jason's underlying philosophy is to help each player build extreme confidence through improving their technical ability.  Without advanced technique from each player, advanced tactics cannot be introduced within the team structure.  Checkout Playmaker Training How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
56:47
July 13, 2019
Season 2: Episode 26, Gabe Bolton, @GabeBolton
Gabriel Bolton, the most successful coach in Stanislaus State women’s soccer history, has guided the Warriors to an unprecedented seven consecutive post-season appearances including the 2014 NCAA West Region Championship. The 2013 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) West Region Coach of the Year and 2013 CCAA Coach of the Year has been the head coach — during two stints — at Stanislaus State since 2001.  On November 3, 2013 Bolton reached a career milestone by winning his 100th match as head coach of the Warriors.  His current record thru 2016 is 143-75-24 (.590).  He is also one of only three active coaches to win multiple CCAA women’s soccer championships. In 2015, Bolton led the Warriors to the CCAA Championship match and an overall record of 12-6-3.  The 2014 team captured the program’s first NCAA West Region Championship by blanking Cal Poly Pomona, 2-0, in Golden, Colo.  Stanislaus State advanced to the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals, eventually falling to Colorado School of Mines in penalty kicks. The 2014 squad was the first women’s soccer team in history to reach a #1 national ranking.  Stanislaus State finished the season ranked #9 nationally.   How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:03:31
July 9, 2019
Season 2: Episode 25, Derek Lipton, @FCNutritionNJ on Twitter and @FC_Nutrition on Instagram.
Derek Lipton, MS, RD, CSSD is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Personal Trainer, and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics with experience in clinical, weight management, and sports nutrition. He most recently worked as a Sports Dietitian at IMG Academy, University of Georgia, and Duke University, and is using the unique skills he developed to help clients improve their health and athletic performance through nutrition counseling. Reach out to Derek and learn more about his work. How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
45:35
July 3, 2019
Season 2: Episode 24, Michael Missmer, @CoachMissmer
Michael Missmer is a newly retired State Corrections officer and former MMA / Submission grappling fighter. Started the womens soccer program at Penn State Lehigh Valley. Extensive successful club soccer experience now with Western Lehigh United Soccer Club. I've been involved in high school soccer with Whitehall High School and Pen Argyl area high school girls’ soccer. I was an assistant at Whitehall in 2012, when the team reached the PIAA State Final, and as a head coach he took Pen Argyl from 0-18 to reaching the PIAA District tournament 2 of the last 3 years. He is now taking over the Northampton High School Girls program as head coach. Michael is married with 3 kids.  How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:24:23
June 29, 2019
Season 2: Episode 23, Sarah Dwyer-Shick, @sdshick, @SportsBraProjec
Sarah Dwyer-Shick is the founder of the Sports Bra Project. A three-sport athlete in college, Dwyer-Shick holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a master's degree in Sports Management from the University of Denver. After a 15-year NCAA soccer coaching career, Sarah shifted her focus to youth development. As owner of SJI Training, she has worked with numerous youth clubs as a coach and consultant. Sarah served for five years as Director of Coaching for New York’s Girls North Olympic Development Program and coached for eight years with the NY Rush/Patriots Club. She is currently a Technical Director at Downtown United Soccer Club in Manhattan, and the Assistant Men’s Coach at Dutchess Community College.   Support The Sports Bra Project  How you can support the show:  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
58:14
June 26, 2019
Season 2: Episode 22, Chris Verhasselt, @usnretnw, "Tryouts"
In this episode of the "On the Touchline" podcast, Chris Verhasselt and I talk tryouts.  How you can support the show: Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Sponsorships: off for this episode 
35:48
June 22, 2019
Season 2: Episode 21, Reed Maltbie, @Coach_Reed
Coach Reed is the Founder of Raising Excellence, a digital and live coaching development platform for those who coach, teach, and influence children focused on developing stronger communication skills, creating highly effective learning environments, and helping coaches unlock individual, everyday excellence in their athletes. Coach Reed is also the co-creator of Positive Discipline Tools for Coaches with Dr. Jane Nelsen, and Co-founder of the GO! Raise Excellence Think Tank to Improve Youth Sports. With 30 years experience as an educator/coach and Master's degrees in both Sport Psychology and Early Childhood Education, Reed offers a wealth of practical and science-based experience to help coaches and others lead athletes to excel in and beyond sports. Soccer Today article Tedx Talk with Reed How you can support the show: Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:06:12
June 19, 2019
Season 2: Episode 20, Haley Carter @H_C_Carter
After graduating from high school in 2002, Carter played four years of NCAA Division I Women's Soccer at the United States Naval Academy. Following her time at Navy, she spent nearly eight years in the United States Marine Corps having made multiple combat deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Upon her end of active service in 2013, Carter returned to Texas and spent the next three years as a reserve goalkeeper for the Houston Dash in the National Women's Soccer League. She made her first—and to date, only—professional appearance against the Washington Spirit on August 18, 2016. While playing at Houston, Carter also served as a volunteer assistant coach for the women's soccer programs at Huston–Tillotson University and Sam Houston State University. She has served not only as assistant coach for the Afghanistan women's national football team but also as an Olympic Development coach for South Texas Youth Soccer Association and the South Region (formerly Region III) of the United States Youth Soccer Association.  Following her departure from the Afghan Women's National Team, Carter was nominated to run for Vice President of the United Soccer Coaches Board of Directors and in February 2019, accepted the Volunteer Assistant position for the University of Houston Women's Soccer Program. How you can support the show Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:18:31
June 15, 2019
Season 2: Episode 19, Dan McCarty, Head Men's Soccer Coach, Seton Hill University, @SHUGriffSoccer
Head Soccer Coach Dan McCarty assumed the reigns of the brand new Men's Soccer program at Seton Hill in August of 2002. McCarty will be entering his fifteenth season as the head coach at Seton Hill. At Seton Hill, McCarty has amassed a 117-134-22 overall record. McCarty also boasts a 10-2-1 international record with tours in Canada and Italy. McCarty has coached one All-AMC North First Team member, seven Second Team members and had 10 players named Honorable Mention. Six of McCarty’s players have also been named NAIA Scholar Athletes. In their four years of play in the WVIAC, he has coached twenty four players who have achieved all WVIAC status. Since joining the PSAC, Coach McCarty has coached twelve All PSAC selections and nine All Region selection.  He coached the PSAC Freshman of the Year in 2017.  The team has qualified for the PSAC playoffs in four of their five seasons and advanced to the Final Four in the PSAC in 2014 and 2016.  McCarty has also coached a two time CoSIDA Academic All District selection, a CoSIDA Academic All American and a PSAC Fall Top 10 Honoree.  Coach McCarty has also had two of his players sign contracts with teams in the USL and one player sign with the CSL. Coach McCarty also has received his NSCAA Premier National Coaching License.  An Indiana University of PA graduate, McCarty obtained his Master's degree in Business Administration from Seton Hill in December 2003. Dan and his wife Kim reside in Greensburg.  How you can support the show Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:18:30
June 12, 2019
Season 2: Episode 18, Dan Blank @SoccerPoet
Dan Blank is the head women's soccer coach at Widener University. Prior to joining Widener, Blank was the Associate Head Coach at the University of Georgia, helping to mentor a squad that qualified for the NCAA Tournament twice, reaching the Second Round in 2011. UGA led the SEC in defense in 2010, surrendering 0.90 goals per game and had a four-game shutout streak against conference foes. The Bulldogs went 53-38-11 in his five years in Athens.   Prior to joining Georgia, Blank was an assistant coach at Ole Miss where he guided the team to the NCAA Tournament in 2009. He is the only coach in SEC history to be a part of two teams that have led the conference in defense as the Rebels held their opponents to just 0.67 goals in '09, posting a 13-6-2 record. From 1998-2006, Blank was the head coach of the Embry-Riddle Eagles, overseeing the beginning of the women's soccer program. He led the Eagles to a 98-57-8 record, winning three Florida South Conference titles and finishing in the National Top-25 four times. While at Embry-Riddle, Blank coached five All-Americans, 26 All-Region picks, and 33 All-Conference honorees. His players excelled in the classroom as well, mentoring 12 NAIA Scholar Athletes. Individually, he was named FSC Coach of the Year three times and Region XIV Coach of the Year twice. Blank is also a successful author who has written eight soccer books including the best-sellers Soccer iQ Vols. 1 and 2. To order any of his books go to https://www.soccerpoet.com/  How you can support the show Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:05:59
June 10, 2019
Season 2: Episode 17, Joe Cleary, @_JoeCleary, @WayneStSoccer
Joe Cleary moves into his second season as Head Women's Soccer Coach at Wayne State College.  He was promoted to head coach of the Wildcat women's soccer program on March 7, 2017, becoming the ninth head coach in program history. In his first season as head coach, Cleary guided the Wildcats to records of 4-8-6 overall and 3-7-5 in the NSIC. WSC improved its shots on goal average from 11.8 to 13.8 and saw 12 different players score goals during the season. Cleary spent two years as an assistant coach with the Wildcats before taking the head coaching position.  In his two years as an assistant, he helped WSC make a six-win improvement and the schools' second winning season in the last 11 years.  In 2016, Cleary helped coach the Wildcats to a 9-6-3 overall record and 6-6-3 mark in the NSIC.  The nine overall wins were the most at WSC since 2006 and the six conference wins were the most since the 2005 campaign.  In his first season with the Wildcat program, Wayne State was 4-11-3 and 4-10-1 in the NSIC.  The team allowed 10 fewer goals and the team's goals against average dropped from 2.39 to 1.83 in one season under Cleary. Cleary obtained his bachelor degree in athletic training from the University of Mary in 2012 and earned a master's degree in human performance in 2018.  Joe is a certified athletic trainer and earned his USSF "C" license in 2013.  Cleary resides in Wayne.  Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
52:55
June 8, 2019
Season 2: Episode 16, Tristan Tillette, @TTillette, "Tryouts"
Tristan Tillette, @TTillette has been a guest on this podcast before. I wanted to have him back to talk about tryouts from a parent and coach perspective. Tristan is the dad to three teenagers and has attended and participated in many tryouts as a both dad and coach. He shares the good, the bad, and the ugly from his experience. Give Tristan a look at Birmingham Futsal and the great things he is doing to move the game forward. Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
44:39
June 5, 2019
Season 2: Episode 15, Louis Liberatore, @LouisLib, Director of Goalkeepers, Tennessee Soccer Club
Meet Louis Liberatore, @LouisLib, Director of Goalkeepers, Tennessee Soccer Club Coaching Experience: Youth Experience: TSC Director of Goalkeepers 2019 – Current Orlando Pride NWSL 1st Team Assistant GK Coach 2019 Orlando City Youth Soccer Director of Goalkeeping 2017-2019 Greater Binghamton United FC Staff Coach 2014-2016 College Experience: Binghamton University Men’s Assistant Coach 2014-2016 Frostburg State University Men's and Women's Goalkeeper Coach 2012-2014 Licenses: USSF C United Soccer Coaches 30 Under 30 Award Recipient United Soccer Coaches Advanced National GK Diploma United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma Playing Experience: Belmont Abbey College 2007-2011 Played Club and HS soccer in Raleigh, NC  Special Offers for my listeners:   Subscribe to the "On the Touchline" newsletter Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:07:54
June 1, 2019
Season 2: Episode 14, Keasel Broome @Keasel, "The journey to the top is really hard"
During his collegiate career at Providence College where he helped lead the team to its first Big East title in school history, Broome competed with the Ocean City Nor’easters, Reading United, and the Real Boston Rams of the USL’s Premier Development League. In 2015, the San Jose Earthquakes selected Broome in the third round of the MLS SuperDraft but were not able to reach a signing agreement. In the same year, Broome made his international debut recording two shutouts for Barbados in two World Cup qualifiers. After a year with the Harrisburg City Islanders (USL), in 2017 Broome made his way to Pittsburgh signing with the Riverhounds (USL), appearing in 6 games in the ‘17/18 season. Broome became a citizen in Barbados in 2004 and was eligible through his Barbadian father. Broome was called up by the Barbados national football team for the first time in March 2015 but was unable to accept due to injury. He was called up again in June 2015 for Barbados's 2018 World Cup qualification matches against Aruba. Broome made his international debut in the first leg of the qualification series on 10 June 2015, posting a shutout as Barbados won 2–0. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
48:53
May 29, 2019
Season 2: Episode 13: Part 2 with Daniel Workman, @danielworkman, The Daniel Workman Show
"The United States could be (and I think should be) the greatest soccer country on earth. Together we can get there. Let’s talk…" That is a quote from Daniel Workman. Daniel is the host of the Daniel Workman Show a daily soccer show available online.  https://www.danielworkman.com/  He worked on Erica Wynalda's USSF Presidential campaign a few year's ago. LEAVE A 5-STAR RATING AND REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS! Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:05:41
May 25, 2019
Season 2: Episode 12: Part 1 of Daniel Workman, @danielworkman, The Daniel Workman Show
"The United States could be (and I think should be) the greatest soccer country on earth. Together we can get there. Let’s talk…" That is a quote from Daniel Workman. Daniel is the host of the Daniel Workman Show a daily soccer show available online.  https://www.danielworkman.com/  He worked on Erica Wynalda's USSF Presidential campaign a few year's ago. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
43:15
May 22, 2019
Season 2: Episode 11: Erica Dambach, @EWalsh7, @PennStateWSOC
Head coach Erica (Walsh) Dambach enters her 13th season at the helm of the Penn State women’s soccer program in 2019. In 2018, Penn State appeared in the NCAA quarterfinals for the fourth time in five seasons. The Nittanys Lions won their 19th Big Ten regular season championship in their 25thseason of varsity competition. Kaleigh Riehl was named a MAC Hermann semifinalist, a first team All-American, first team Scholar All-American and the Big Ten Defender of the Year following the 2018 season.  U.S. National Team Experience Assistant coach for the U-20 Women's National Team from December 2013-2014 Assisted the 2012 U.S. Women's Olympic squad through the qualifying stage Assistant coach for the 2011 United States Women's National Team at the FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) World Cup in Germany Assistant coach for the 2008 gold medalist U.S. Women's National Team at the Beijing Olympics Served as head coach for the U.S. U-17 Women's National Team from 2004-07 Assisted the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team in 2004 NCAA Experience Has led Penn State to a 202-66-19 mark through 12 seasons 12-straight NCAA Tournament appearances 10 Big Ten regular season titles (2007-12, '14-16 & '18) Led the Nittany Lions to the program's first NCAA title in 2015 Guided the Nittany Lions to a pair of College Cup and national title match appearances (2012 & '15) Three Big Ten Tournament Titles (2008, '15, '17 & '18) 2012 and 2015 NSCAA Coach of the Year 2012 Soccer America National Coach of the Year Three-time Big Ten Coach of the Year (2009, '12, '14, '18) One MAC Hermann Trophy winner Two MAC Hermann Trophy finalists and nine semifinalists Nine NSCAA First Team All-Americans who have contributed to 15 NSCAA All-America honors 12 NSCAA Scholar All-America honorees 11 Big Ten Players of the Year Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:04:31
May 18, 2019
Season 2: Episode 10: Stu Singer, @WellPerformance
Stu Singer, @WellPerformance has worked as the sports psychology and performance consultant for the WNBA’s Washington Mystics, University of Maryland Women’s Basketball team, Fordham University Women’s Basketball team, and the Connecticut Sun among others. Stu served an integral role in helping the University of Maryland Women’s basketball team reach back to back reach back to back Final Fours, and Fordham University women’s basketball in winning their first A-10 championship, receiving an NCAA tournament bid, and their best record in 20 years. His approach focuses on teaching and providing mental performance skills for athletes that have the pressures of competing at elite levels in high school, collegiate, and professional sports. Stu also provides team trainings, clinics, and consultation with coaches on how to develop healthy and effective mental performance fundamentals for their athletes. Stu completed his Doctor of Psychology coursework at the University of the Rockies specializing in sport and performance psychology, and is a professional member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Additionally, he received his M.Ed. in Counseling from Shippensburg University.  http://www.wellperformancecoach.com/  Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:00:26
May 15, 2019
Season 2: Episode 9: Randy @CoachWaldrum and Ben Waldrum, @benwald21, @Pitt_WSocc
 Randy Waldrum saw unprecedented success in his tenure at the helm of the  perennial powerhouse Notre Dame women's program. In his 14 seasons, he  led the Fighting Irish to two national championships, capturing the  College Cup title in 2004 and 2010. His teams won eight Big East  Tournament titles and appeared in eight NCAA Final Four games in that  span. A two-time national coach of the year (2009 by Soccer America; 2010 by NSCAA),  Waldrum was the first coach in NCAA history to lead a team to a  national title in his/her first season with a program. He wrapped up his  tenure at Notre Dame with a mark of 292-58-17 (.819) and holds an  overall record of 399-108-29 (.771) as a head coach on the women's side.  His record ranks fourth in all-time wins as an NCAA women's head coach  and third in win percentage. Ben Waldrum was most recently in the coaching ranks of the FC  Dallas youth development program. In April 2015 he was promoted to head  coach of the FCD Women. The team competed to a record of 34-3-3 under  Waldrum's tutelage, appearing in the WPSL Playoffs in 2016 and 2017 and  capturing the 2016 WPSL Southwest Conference championships. He also served as the Affiliates Director, where the organization saw a  200 percent growth rate as he implemented programming for coaching  education, player development, camps and clinics and college programs.  Additionally, he was the head coach of the U19 FCD team for the 2017-18  season and the Elite Clubs National League head coach where he saw 16  players called into a national camp, representing five different  countries.    Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:20:51
May 13, 2019
Season 2: Episode 8: Maria Procopio, @MariaProc15, @BramsUnited
Maria Procopio, @MariaProc15 , @BramsUnited Technical Programs Manager,  NSR Area Scout - NCAA/NAIA Elite Scholarship Company Coaching Credentials Ontario Soccer & Coaches Association of Ontario: Learn to Train Soccer for Life Pre-B Mentoring CAO License Learning Facilitator &      Coaches Evaluation Course CAO Changing      the game mentor coach at CAO FA: FA Level 1 & 2 Award in Coaching      Football Youth Module 1 & 2 Youth Module 3 - 2020 applicant Safe Guarding UEFA ‘B’ Psychology      in Football USSF: C License B      License - 2019 applicant Italian: Juventus International Academy      Coaches Badge Algonquin College:                                                                                                   Strength and Conditioning      Training Diploma Playing Experience Gannon University (Psychology      Degree) - Division 2 NCAA Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:01:52
May 8, 2019
Season 2: Episode 7: Bonus Episode: "Through my Son's Eyes" by @jon_townsend3
Jon Townsend is one of the co-hosts of the show and fantastic writer. He recently work a blog post, "Through my Son's Eyes".  This is a bonus episode of the "On the Touchline" podcast". Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
13:46
May 4, 2019
Season 2: Episode 6: Paul Jobson, @CoachJobson, Head Women's Coach, @BaylorFutbol
Paul Jobson, @CoachJobson is the head women's soccer coach at Baylor University.   Paul Jobson is a National "A" licensed coach beginning his 11th season at Baylor and sixth as head coach after spending the 2013 and 2014 seasons as co-head coach with his wife, former US Women's National Team member and the program's all-time wins leader, Marci. During his time at Baylor, Jobson has helped guide the Bears to some of their best seasons in recent memory. Since arriving at Baylor in 2008, he has played a significant role in leading the Bears to some of the most successful seasons in BU history, culminating in the program's first Big 12 Championship title and a 2012 Sweet 16 appearance. Finishing with the highest ranking and best record (19-1-5) in program history, the 2012 squad ended its Sweet 16 run with the 11th spot in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Poll. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:24:30
May 1, 2019
Season 2: Episode 5: Bonus Episode: "Taking Ownership of Your Development"
Jon Townsend recently work a blog post on his website,  https://farpostfooty.com/ entitled, "Taking Ownership of Your Development". This is a narration of that blog post as a special bonus episode. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month.  Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
13:05
April 27, 2019
Season 2: Episode 4: Mauricio Fascio, @m28blue, LAFC 3252, @LAFC3252
Mauricio Fascio, @m28blue is the Vice President of the 3252, @LAFC3252, the official supporters union of Los Angeles Football Club. The 3252 is comprised of no less than 9 smaller supporters groups that come together to support the club as one unified body. Fascio, a part of the District 9 Ultras -  Let it be known that District 9 Ultras are not just about  soccer; they believe in social commitment and a life of service among  members and to the community. They are a family oriented supporter group  that represents the love for the beautiful game through respect,  freedom of choice and conviction to embrace a new cause and banner.  Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:07:24
April 24, 2019
Season 2: Episode 3: Rob Porter, @RJPCoach
Rob Porter, @RJPCoach, is what he refers to as a late-starter in terms of his coaching journey. He's worked his way up to earn his UEFA B coaching badge and now works for the Oxford United girls academy.  Having learned from both "old school" football coaches and more modern day coaches he believes in fun, respect - player to coach and coach to player, and commitment are all things part of his philosophy. Rob asks questions on a weekly a basis on soccer Twitter that are thoughtful, interesting, and create great discussions. Give him a follow. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:03:05
April 17, 2019
Season 2: Episode 2: Becky Burleigh, @BeckyBurleigh, Head Women's Soccer Coach, University of Florida
Few college coaches can match Becky Burleigh’s ability to bring a team ready to challenge for each season’s conference and national titles on such a consistent basis. There is no question that Burleigh stunned the soccer community when the Florida program she started in 1995 claimed the 1998 NCAA crown in just its fourth season of play. But focusing on that obvious achievement doesn't give due credit to the job Burleigh does year-in and year-out as a tactician of the sport, developing players and promoting the sport at local, state and national levels.  Those early successes have evolved into the Gator soccer team being a regular among the nation’s ranked teams. Over the course of the program’s 23 years, Florida has: 21 NCAA Championships’ berths (1996-2001; 2003-2017) Two NCAA College Cup appearances (1998, 2001), winning NCAA title in 1998 14 SEC team titles (1996-2001; 2006-2010; 2012-13, 2015) 12 SEC Tournament titles (1996-01; 2004; 2007, 2010, 2012, 2015-16) Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:07:00
April 10, 2019
Season 2: Episode 1: Jon Townsend, @jon_townsend3
Welcome to season 2 of "On the Touchline". My sincerest thanks for listening, subscribing, and sharing the show. Season 1 was a tremendous success! The first guest in season 2 is Jon Townsend, @jon_townsend3. Jon is a senior writer at "These Footy Times", coach, and former player who played collegiately and in Europe. Jon is also joining the show as a recurring co-host during season 2 along with Aaron Rodgers, head coach at Ohio Women's Soccer. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:11:52
April 3, 2019
Season 1: Episode 30: Jo Jo Juarez, @juarez2560, FC Dallas - East Texas
This is the season 1 finale. In Episode 30 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Jo Jo Juarez @juarez2560, the head coach of All Saints Episcopal School and coach at FC Dallas- East Texas. A proper training environment, adaptability, and what Jo Jo wants from the game are some of the topics we discuss in this episode. Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:09:48
March 6, 2019
Season 1: Episode 29: Matt Danaher, @MattDanaher, @SoccerPulseApp
In Episode 29 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Matt Danaher, @MattDanaher, the founder and creator of the @SoccerPulseApp After a playing career that included playing in the USSF Development Academy, NCAA Division I for four years, Premier Development League for 3 years, and abroad for Salthill Devon F.C. in Ireland and FCA Darmstadt in Germany, Matt wanted to create an app that could be used by coaches and players to track how they were feeling on a daily basis.  ​When used correctly, SoccerPulse changes the way coaches prepare for sessions by making it clear which days should be used to have a demanding session, and which days it is necessary to back off and have a recovery session. Above all, Matt's goal when creating the app was to raise the standard for the level of coaching that players deserve, to help them avoid injuries, and allow players to get the most from their training.   Want to start using SoccerPulse for your club or players? https://www.soccerpulse.net/ Two Special Offers for my listeners:  Go to https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline and for $10.00 per month you can join a private soccer group for supporters of this show. Only available for the first 24 of my listeners. Connect in a private community with an exclusive question and answer session with a former, current or future guest once a month. Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Sponsor the show? Have a great product or service you want to tell the soccer community about? For $100 you can sponsor this show. https://www.patreon.com/onthetouchline Listen to the show on these platforms: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:10:16
March 2, 2019
Season 1: Episode 28: Jay Hammond, @Coach_JayT on Instagram
In Episode 28 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Jay Hammond, @ Coach_JayT on Instagram. Hammond is a coach at Birmingham United Soccer Association in Birmingham, AL. “You either win or you learn.” That is a quote coach Jay Hammond subscribes to in how he approaches the game of soccer. Hammond is a coach at Birmingham United Soccer Association in Birmingham, AL. A previous guest of this podcast, Nick Holt is a mutal coaching colleague of Jay and I’s and helped connect us in a roundabout sort of way. Like many coaches I interview, I got connected with Jay via social media. Success means creating a legacy. Jay has been influenced by the Messiah Method. Those not familiar – Messiah College here in Pennsylvania has been one of the most successful college programs in the country. During a 10 year period their men’s and women’s programs won 472 times, lost 31 times, and drew 20 times. So what is the Messiah Method? · Pursue a higher purpose than winning. · Be intentional about everything. · Recruit the “Both-And” players. · Cultivate team chemistry. · Link training to the match. · Choreograph match day. · Play to a standard. Jay talks about how he has used this to shape goal setting and action plans with his players. Hammond also talks about grit and determination. Is it something a player is born with? Or, do players learn how to have grit and determination? Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
49:29
February 27, 2019
Season 1: Episode 27: Social Media Is Ruining Soccer Strength and Conditioning and Here’s Why
In this bonus episode of #Onthetouchline, episode 27, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB narrates a blog post from a former guest, Erica Suter, @FitSoccerQueen. I like the mashup of soccer and strength and conditioning work. That's why I have guests from that community on from time to time. "Social Media Is Ruining Soccer Strength and Conditioning and Here’s Why" is blog Erica wrote recently. Follow Erica's work at https://ericasuter.com/ Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
19:12
February 26, 2019
Season 1: Episode 26: Skye Eddy Bruce, @SkyeEddyBruce
In Episode 26 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Skye Eddy Bruce, @SkyeEddyBruce. She is the founder of the Soccer Parenting Association. The mission of the Soccer Parenting Association is to inspire players by empowering parents. We believe a strong and supportive community of level-headed and like-minded parents and coaches will inspire players. We believe a more collaborative environment between coach, parent, club, and player is in the best interest of player development.  We believe when parents seek information about how to best support their player, great things will happen. We believe youth soccer parents will be difference makers when it comes to improving the game. Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:00:40
February 23, 2019
Season 1: Episode 25: Bryan Gettman, @CoachBryanG
In Episode 25 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Bryan Gettman, @CoachBryanG After every Dark Age is a Renaissance. That is a phrase I heard when I was an undergraduate student. Some times you don't realize you're going through a rough patch until you're out of it. Bryan Gettman is experiencing that renaissance right now as a coach. Growing up in a military family, Gettman lived all over the United States and had periods of his life where he entered and exited the game of soccer. It wasn't until his daughter started playing that he found his calling as a coach. He is currently the head boys coach at Spring Grove Area High School near York, PA. He also coaches at the club level for FC Ballyhoo. Gettman talks about his journey and how he found Spartan Races as a hobby during a rough stretch in his life. I think you'll find Bryan relatable and resembling a coach you might know in your local community. We need more Bryan Gettman's in our game. Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:27:54
February 20, 2019
Season 1: Episode 24: Aaron Rodgers, @OhioSoccerCoach, @OhioWSoccer
In Episode 24 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Aaron Rodgers, @OhioSoccerCoach. How do you make people feel?  That is a phrase Aaron Rodgers, the head women’s soccer coach at Ohio University has in his Twitter profile. I lead with this question to start our conversation and how he developed this mindset as a coach. Building a desirable culture is something each and everyone one of us as coaches strives for with our teams or programs. It is something players seek when selecting a program or club. Here’s a quote from Rodgers. “John Wooden said this, “I want the players to be the best athlete for the team – not the best athlete on the team.” I admire that Aaron has played the long game of getting to the Division 1 level as a coach.  He volunteered, worked in the club game, worked his way up the college ranks.  If you’ve been following me on social media you’ll know this love affair that has developed in coaching goal keepers. I’m taking steps to enhance my knowledge and licensure when it comes to the position. Aaron was a goalkeeper in his playing days. He talks about how this has benefited him as a coach throughout his career and how this has helped him understand and read the game. Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show every Wednesday and Saturday by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
53:19
February 16, 2019
Season 1: Episode 23: Chris Kessell, @TheChrisKessell
In Episode 23 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Chris Kessell, @TheChrisKessell. “Black kids in my neighborhood don’t play soccer.” That is the thinking Chris Kessell has encountered throughout his career. Kessell is the president and a coach at West Side Soccer Club in Charleston, WV and works with primarily under-served and under-represented communities – mostly African American, rural, and low-income. Chris Kessell wants each of his players to make soccer a lifelong activity. Black, white, Hispanic doesn’t matter. Soccer isn’t just for some – it is for all. He helped lead the creation of a futsal court to start a futsal meet up program on Friday’s in the Charleston community. He is bringing soccer to youth players who may have never touched a soccer ball before. It is no secret – I am drawn to passionate, all-in coaches. Chris Kessell cares deeply about soccer in the United States and soccer within the state of West Virginia. He has been an outspoken critic of the United States Soccer Federation. He has been an advocate for promotion/relegation as a normal way of life for us as soccer fans here in the US. And, he ran for the US Soccer Federation Vice Presidency last fall. Special Offer for my listeners: Go to https://www.duktigbrand.com/ Place your order. At checkout enter the promo code BROADWATER19 to save 10%. Never miss an episode of this show by subscribing on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher  Spotify Google Podcasts TuneIn Radio You can financially support the show with a small monthly contribution.  Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB.
1:04:03
February 13, 2019
Season 1: Episode 22: Bonus Episode - Record Yourself - See What Happens.
This is a special bonus episode of the On the Touchline podcast. In Episode 22 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB plays the audio from a recent goal keeper training session. Why record yourself?  The audio and video never lie. It is a fantastic way to grow and evolve as a coach or player.  I love training goal keepers because of the one on one nature of the position. I can be more involved and connected to their development. Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
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February 11, 2019
Season 1: Episode 21: Nikki Izzo Brown, Head Women's Soccer Coach at West Virginia University, @WVUIzzoBrown
In Episode 21 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Nikki Izzo-Brown, @WVUIzzoBrown, the head women's soccer coach at West Virginia University. Growing up in Rochester, NY Nikki Izzo Brown played a number of sports but soccer was drew her greatest interest. In 1992 she was a college All American at the University of Rochester as an outside back. After graduating from University of Rochester – she took on a Graduate Assistantship at West Virginia Wesleyan. She was later elevated to head coach in 1994. In 1995 – a career changing opportunity presented itself for Izzo-Brown. She could take over a newly formed Division 1 program at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. WVU as adding women’s soccer and they needed a trail blazer. Izzo-Brown was up for the challenge. 24 years later – she has been the only head coach in program history and has never had a losing season. · Highlights include a College Cup runner up finish in 2016. · Countless All-American and Academic All-American players. · Players who have played in the Women’s World Cup, Olympics and selected to play professionally both domestically and abroad. · Two of her players were recently drafted in the latest NWSL draft – Biannca St. George and Grace Cutler. Read more about Izzo-Brown at https://wvusports.com/staff.aspx?staff=378 Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
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February 9, 2019
Season 1: Episode 20: Zach Snyder, Snyder Strength and Conditioning, Snyder_Strength on Instagram
In Episode 20 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Zach Snyder. Zach is the owner of Snyder Strength and Conditioning in Mount Pleasant, PA, southeast of Pittsburgh. Check out his work: https://www.snyderstrength.com/ A former D-1 wrestler at Penn State University, Zach is different than other guests I have had on this show. He's never played soccer. However, he trains and works with a number of soccer players when it comes to maximizing their fitness but also helping with injury prevention.  Zach is fascinated by coaching psychology and getting into the minds of his athletes when it comes to developing the positive self talk needed to be successful as an athlete. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
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February 6, 2019
Season 1: Episode 19: Angela Nicholas Tolsma, @AngelaNix23, @MedailleWSoccer
In Episode 19 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Angela Nicholas Tolsma, @AngelaNix23 the head women's soccer coach at Medaille College @MedailleWSoccer in Buffalo, NY. I love coaches who know their "why". Angela is a great example of a person who knows why she got into coaching and why she wants inspire young players to become their best. Angela is also super passionate about the sport. Think you'll find her energy infectious. A former D-1 player at the University of Buffalo, Angela has worked at the club, high school and now college levels. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
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February 2, 2019
Season 1: Episode 18: Drew Campbell, @FCDrewCampbell
In Episode 18 of #Onthetouchline, Jason Broadwater @SoccerCoachJB talks to Drew Campbell, @FCDrewCampbell. Drew is currently a club soccer coach in Boulder, Colorado working at the 9v9 level. He has experience coaching high school as well as middle school. He talks about how soccer has weaved in and out of his life at various times.  I love Drew's introspective nature. He is a deeper think. You'll hear his take on parental involvement and US Soccer as a whole. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
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January 30, 2019
Season 1: Episode 17: Patty La Bella, @WWFSHOW, @PattyLaBella12
 In Episode 17 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to Patty La Bella @PattyLaBella12. Patty is one of the co-hosts of the Women's World Football Show, @WWFSHOW.  I wanted to do a dive into the women's game in the US. Who better than to have Patty come on the show.  Patty is a marketing writer and sports reporter from Southern  California. She covers the U.S. Women’s National Team and National  Women’s Soccer League for AXS.com and The Women’s Game. Patty is currently credentialed with FIFA and U.S. Soccer.  We talk about her background and how she got into covering women's soccer, the state of the game in the US, a fun exercise of what comes to mind when I name a player and what we're doing right and wrong when it comes to women's soccer in the US. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
1:00:39
January 26, 2019
Season 1: Episode 16: John Pranjic, @ThatCroatianGuy
In Episode 16 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to John Pranjic, @ThatCroatianGuy, 3four3 coaching educator and host of the 3four3 podcast. Give the free coaching course a try at https://343coaching.com/ I love John's authentic, unvarnished look at American soccer. He has been a massive influence on me and my development as a coach and part of the reason why I started this podcast. John shares how he traveled almost 5 hours at one time to learn from the people who would become his mentors. He talks about doing whatever it takes in this game to be successful. He also talks about how flawed the American system is when it comes to individual teams and the cookie cutter approach taken by US Soccer. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
1:07:20
January 23, 2019
Season 1: Episode 15: Erica Suter, @FitSoccerQueen
In Episode 15 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to Erica Suter, @FitSoccerQueen Erica trains athletes - mostly soccer players - in Baltimore, MD. She played college soccer at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She has some really great thoughts on consistency and commitment when it comes to training. True player development is a marathon. It's not a light switch someone can turn on. It takes time.  She also gives a balanced answer to the burning question of sport specialization vs playing multiple sports. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
52:21
January 19, 2019
Season 1: Episode 14: Rudy Roediger, @RuudSports, @LCFalconsSoccer
In Episode 14 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to Rudy Roediger (Ray- da- ger). Roediger @Ruudsports is the head men's and women's soccer coach at Lackawanna College in Scranton, PA. Roediger has done a lot in the game of soccer. From working internationally to working at the youth and college levels here in the US. He is a team culture first coach. I think you'll enjoy his take on creating that desirable culture we covet as coaches.  Rudy is also a road less traveled guy. Some of my most favorite coaches, players, and parents are those who find their path - not because someone told them  This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
1:07:05
January 16, 2019
Season 1: Episode 13: Shay Haddow, Alpha Girls Soccer Academy, @AlphaGirlsSoccer on Instagram.
In Episode 13 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to Shay Haddow. Haddow is the owner of Alpha Girls Soccer in Sacramento, CA and passionate advocate for young girls and women in the game of soccer. A former Division-1 soccer player, Haddow talks about her experience growing up in Utah, navigating the youth soccer game to play college at Virginia Commonwealth University and then later at Utah State. She is now an entrepreneur in Sacramento and runs Alpha Girls Soccer Academy with a strong emphasis on building the confidence and perseverance of young girls and women in the game of soccer. Learn more about Alpha Girls Soccer Academy https://alphagirlsoccer.com/ This episode is brought to you by Flipboard. Visit https://flipboard.com Please be sure to share the podcast with those in the soccer community by tagging me on Instagram and Twitter @SoccerCoachJB. Leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts!
43:53
January 12, 2019
Season 1: Episode 12: Dustin Wise, @WiseSoccerCoach, Head Soccer Coach, Scotland Campus Sports
@SoccerCoachJB talks to Dustin Wise, @WiseSoccerCoach in Episode 12 of #Onthetouchline. Dustin shares his experience playing abroad in Germany as well as taking on a new challenge with Scotland Campus Sports as their first ever head coach in soccer. He also talks about the relationships he has built in the game of soccer and how hard it is as times to move on from a team and group of players. You can support the #OntheTouchline podcast in one of two ways. 1)By making a small monthly contribution to the show at https://anchor.fm/onthetouchline. Or, 2) by sharing the show on social media using the #Onthetouchline or tagging me @SoccerCoachJB on Twitter or Instagram. DM's are always open. If you're using Apple podcasts, please leave a 5-star rating and review. New episodes available every Wednesday and Saturday morning.  If you like the show, tell a friend in the soccer community.
1:13:35
January 9, 2019
Season 1: Episode 11: Colin Baker, @CBSoccerGuy, Carroll College, Montana.
In Episode 11 of #OntheTouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks with Colin Baker, @CBSoccerGuy, assistant men's soccer coach at Carroll College. "Be the difference", is a phrase Colin uses when recruiting players to his program. He elaborates on what that means and why that's important in the players he recruits. He also encourages his players to fail. That has largely shaped his coaching philosophy. Colin is also a strong mental health advocate and shares how journaling has helped him get through some tough times in his life. You can support this show by going to http://anchor.fm/onthetouchline and make a small monthly contribution. Or, by sharing the show on social media using the #OntheTouchline. DM's are always open @SoccerCoachJB on Twitter and Instagram. If you listen on Apple Podcasts, leave a five star rating and review.
43:59
January 5, 2019
Season 1: Episode 10: Nick Holt, @CoachNickH, Alabama FC, Birmingham United, Hewitt-Trussville HS
@SoccerCoachJB talks to coach Nick Holt, @CoachNickH in Episode 10 of #OntheTouchline.  Nick currently coaches at Alabama FC ECNL, Birmingham United, and Hewitt-Trussville HS as the head boys and girls head coach. You'll find Nick's enthusiasm for the game infectious. We talk about playing high school vs club, how he almost left soccer if it wasn't for some of the coaches he had in his life, and coaching egos.  This is a listener supported podcast. You can support the show by going to http://anchor.fm/onthetouchline and making a small monthly contribution or by sharing the show on social media using the #OntheTouchline. DM's are always open on Twitter and Instagram @SoccerCoachJB. If you listen on Apple Podcasts be sure to leave a 5-star rating and review.
47:45
January 2, 2019
Season 1: Episode 9: Alberto Gonzalez @coachA_Gonzalez @Brookhaven_FC
In Episode 9 of #Onthetouchline, @SoccerCoachJB talks to Alberto Gonzalez @CoachA_Gonzalez at Brookhaven FC @Brookhaven_FC near Atlanta, GA.  Mental health awareness is what connected us but Alberto's story is much deeper than that. He shares his experience moving to Atlanta and working at a club where creativity and fostering an environment where players are not placed on a path to nowhere. My thanks to https://flipboard.com/ for sponsoring this episode of On the Touchline. Please leave a five star rating and review on Apple podcasts. New episodes every Wednesday. Some weeks two episodes.
52:41
December 28, 2018
Season 1: Episode 8: Kat Nichols and Tristan Tillette, a soccer power couple.
@SoccerCoachJB talks with @CoachKat18 and @TTillette about their coaching journey, why youth players need to play more pick up games exclusive vs inclusive soccer culture, coaching education, and futsal among other topics. This episode is brought to you by Flipboard https://flipboard.com/ You can support this podcast with a small monthly contribution at https://anchor.fm/onthetouchline or by sharing on social media and using the #onthetouchline.  Please leave a rating and 5 star review on Apple podcasts. DM's are always open @SoccerCoachJB on Twitter and Instagram
52:33
December 26, 2018
Season 1: Episode 7: Beau Farrell, NC Fusion
Beau Farrell @CoachB_Farrell is a current coach at North Carolina Fusion @NC_Fusion. He shares his experiences playing, coaching, and how psychology has helped shape him as a coach. You can support this podcast by leaving a 5-star rating and review or by sharing on social media and using the hashtag #onthetouchline. Connect with host @SoccerCoachJB on Instagram or Twitter.
54:07
December 21, 2018
Season 1: Episode 6 : Andrew Green, Olivet College
My conversation with Olivet College Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach, Andrew Green. Connect with him on Twitter at @Coachgreener. You can support this show by making a small contribution at http://anchor.fm/onthetouchline . Please share, leave a review and reach out at any time @SoccerCoachJB
53:53
December 19, 2018
Season 1: Episode 5: Colton Bryant, Head Women’s Soccer Coach, Columbia State Community College
Episode 5: Colton Bryant, Women’s Soccer, Head Coach, Columbia State Community College. @CoachColton talks about his journey, 3 ACL injuries, culture, positivity and how a trip Argentina changed his life. You can support this podcast by visiting https://Anchor.fm/onthetouchline and making a small monthly contribution or subscribing. #OntheTouchline
57:04
December 14, 2018
Season 1: Episode 4: My Conversation with Ande Saporito of Beadling Soccer Club.
Ande Saporito is a youth soccer coach at Beadling Soccer Club - East and Azzurri FC along with running the Happy Feet program in the Pittsburgh area. @SoccerCoachJB covers “winning vs development”, instilling a love of soccer at a young age, and more in this conversation.
48:02
December 12, 2018
Season 1: Episode 3: Why talking about mental health as a coach is hard.
Coach Jason @SoccerCoachJB shares his story and struggle with depression and anxiety and what that has been like as a coach. This episode is for any coach or athlete, doesn’t matter the sport.
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December 9, 2018
Season 1: Episode 2: A Conversation with Shannon Matthews - Seattle United
@SoccerCoachJB talks with soccer coaching colleague, Shannon Matthews @ShanMatt72 of Seattle United.
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December 6, 2018
Season 1: Episode 1: Why Your Team’s Parents Matter.
Coach Jason takes a look at parent relations as a youth soccer coach and why relationships matter. Leave me a comment @SoccerCoachJB on Twitter. Follow me on Instagram @SoccerCoachJB
05:11
December 4, 2018
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