Masters In Coaching Podcast

Masters In Coaching Podcast

Tim Cates hosts the Masters In Coaching Podcast. Take your coaching to the next level with a Masters In Coaching from Concordia University Irvine.

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April 21, 2022 26 min
Tim Cates talks with long time Santa Ana HS Wrestling Coach Scott Glabb about his decades of success in the sport. Scott is a Wrestling Hall of Fame Coach for the work he did helping his student athletes on and off the mat. Read his book "A Saint In The City." Scott also teaches classes at CUI and their Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program.
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Tim Cates talks with CIF Southern Section Commissioner Rob Wigod about navigating high school sports through the pandemic and a return to normalcy for student athletes. Rob also talks about the partnership that the CIF and CUI have with the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration program.
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Tim Cates talks with Margueritte Aozasa about taking over as the new UCLA Women's Soccer Coach and why getting her Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration from CUI was so beneficial for her as a leader and coach.
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Tim Cates talks with Olympic Gold Medalist Staciana Winfield about winning gold in Sydney and life now after as a teacher, swim coach and spokesperson for alopecia. She completed the MCAA program at Concordia University Irvine and is coming back to teach classes.
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Tim Cates talks with Dusty Buell about being a CEO of a company and a high school soccer coach. He explains how the MCAA Program at Concordia University Irvine changed his philosophy of leadership and how it has positively impacted the way he leads at both of his jobs.
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Friend of the show, Bill Plaschke is in for Matt. James Worthy comes on to talk about Russell Westbrook and the Lakers.
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Tim Cates talks with Dr. Kent Schlichtemeier about his 40 years in education, coaching and the launch of the new Servant Leadership Institute at Concordia University Irvine..
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March 4, 2022 44 min
Number, Word and Song of the Day. Local Music Update. DVR with Vassegh on latest on the MLB Lockout.
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February 28, 2022 24 min
Tim Cates talks with Tom White, the Founding Director of the MCAA Program at Concordia University Irvine. Tom started the program in 2005 with 12 students and has helped grow it into the Nation's #1 athletics graduate program.
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Tim Cates talks with Peter Abe about his journey to becoming the Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Portola HS in Irvine, CA. Peter graduated from the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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December 8, 2021 41 min
New USC head coach Lincoln Riley. Number, Word and Song of the Day. Secret Textoso Roundup
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November 24, 2021 27 min
Tim Cates talks with Bianca Ziemann about her journey as a standout basketball player and now elite high school basketball head coach. She also discusses how she is pursuing 2 degrees from The Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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November 19, 2021 21 min
Tim Cates talks with Kyle Rouse about his journey to becoming the Women's Basketball Coach and Surfing Coach at Westcliff University in Irvine. He also discusses his experience going through the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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November 16, 2021 22 min
Tim Cates talks with Mike Teague about his journey to becoming the Associate Athletic Director at Vanguard University and his experience going through the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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November 12, 2021 16 min
Tim Cates talks with Vista Murrieta Athletic Director Carl Calloway about his journey from playing minor league baseball to becoming a HS AD and his experience going through the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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Tim Cates talks with Oxnard College Softball Coach Erin Lawley about her program, her career and her experience going through the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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Tim Cates talks with Jim Kunau about taking over as the new Director of the Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program at Concordia University Irvine.
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Tim Cates talks with Westcliff University Soccer Coach Joey O'Keefe about his program and his pursuit of his Masters Degree from Concordia University Irvine.
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Tim Cates talks with UCLA Women's Basketball Coach Cori Close about her program, her journey through coaching, learning from John Wooden and speaking at the California Coaching Conference in July.
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Tim Cates talks with Westcliff University Associate Dean of Athletics Shawn Harris about his journey, growing an athletic department and earning his Masters Degree from the Concordia University Irvine's Masters in Coaching and Athletics Administration Program.
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