The All-Canadian Podcast

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The All-Canadian Podcast brings coverage of both U SPORTS and the CCAA to you, wherever you go. Host Tyler Bennett brings you news, updates, interviews, stories, and more for both Men's and Women's Sport from all across Canada. New episodes drop every Monday (CCAA) and Thursday (U SPORTS)! read less
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S4 E3: Ami May, Georgian Grizzlies Women's Basketball
22-12-2023
S4 E3: Ami May, Georgian Grizzlies Women's Basketball
Ami May of the Georgian Grizzlies Women's Basketball Program joins the All-Canadian Podcast for the third episode in Season Four! -- Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Ami May, a first-year guard with the Georgian Grizzlies Women's Basketball Program, for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast! Bennett and May begin their discussion by talking about how fast time has flown to start the 2023-24 OCAA Women's Basketball season. The conversation quickly shifts to how Ami has adjusted to life in Barrie, Ontario after growing up in Alberta. From there, May discusses playing basketball in Raymond, Alberta for her last two seasons of high school basketball where she won back-to-back provincial championships. May talks about the culture of the City of Raymond as a whole, and how it's engrained into everything that the city does. That leads to a chat on May being recruited and committing to Georgian College, and what's led to both her own individual success and the team's early success to begin the 2023-24 campaign. -- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S4 E2: Seth McKenzie, CBC Bearcats Men's Basketball
15-12-2023
S4 E2: Seth McKenzie, CBC Bearcats Men's Basketball
Seth McKenzie of the CBC Bearcats Men's Basketball Program joins the All-Canadian Podcast for the second episode in Season Four! -- Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Seth McKenzie, a fifth-year guard with the Columbia Bible College Bearcats Men's Basketball Program, for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast! Bennett and McKenzie kick off the conversation by discussing the opportunities that are (or aren't) available for indigenous student-athletes at various ages. McKenzie talks about his own experiences growing up as an indigenous athlete and compares the opportunities that are available now versus when he was younger. He shares what he's currently working on with Treaty Hoops and the vision for the initiative going forward. From there, Bennett and McKenzie discuss Seth's post-secondary journey, one that started with the CMU Blazers and is now in its final chapter with the Bearcats. To close, McKenzie fields some light-hearted questions on some popular debate topics around the NBA. -- FOLLOW Treaty Hoops on Instagram by clicking here. -- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S4 E1: Carter Bell, Regina Cougars Men's Golf
01-12-2023
S4 E1: Carter Bell, Regina Cougars Men's Golf
Carter Bell of the Regina Cougars Men's Golf Program joins the All-Canadian Podcast! -- Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Carter Bell, a second-year student-athlete with the Regina Cougars Golf Program, for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast! To kick off the chat, Bell and Bennett discuss the 2023 season for Bell and the Cougars, which was their second season competing in the Canada West. Bell shares a bit on how he got started in golf, which wasn't too long ago, and how he was able to achieve some early success. Bell also discusses some of the hurdles they've faced as student-athletes on a relatively new program. Then, the conversation shifts to the mental side of being a student-athlete, and Bell shares some of his own experiences with balancing all that comes with being a varsity student-athlete at the post-secondary level. To close, Bell talks about the partnership that the Cougars have with 22Fresh. Supporters can purchase clothing items for their favourite Cougars varsity program, and funds will go to help that particular program. To check out the online store, which closes on December 3rd, visit: https://store.22fresh.com/collections/university-of-regina -- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/
S3 E10: Cooper Ward, Medicine Hat Men's Basketball
26-06-2023
S3 E10: Cooper Ward, Medicine Hat Men's Basketball
Medicine Hat forward Cooper Ward joins The All-Canadian Podcast, completing the trifecta of appearances on the show! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Cooper Ward, a forward for the Medicine Hat Rattlers Men's Basketball Program, for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! Almost one year to the day from his last appearance on the podcast, Ward joins the show to discuss a wide variety of topics on the heels of his first season in the ACAC with the Rattlers. To open, Bennett and Ward discuss what summer life is like in Medicine Hat, Alberta and spend a few minutes catching up on life away from sport since their last podcast episode back on June 27th, 2022. Ward talks about his own idea for a podcast and what that may entail down the road, leading to a discussion between the two on more schools hosting their own athletics-focused podcasts. As the episode moves along, Ward discusses the 2022-23 season for his beloved Sacramento Kings, as well as for himself and the Rattlers Men's Basketball Program. Ward shares what the Rattlers endured throughout the season, and what allowed him to have the level of individual success that he did on the court. Ward talks about the future of the program, and that he's not satisfied with how this past season panned out. Then, to close the episode, Bennett and Ward discuss the gap between U Sports and the CCAA, and if it's really as big as some make it out to seem. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E9: Maddy Williscroft, Ambrose Women's Volleyball
19-06-2023
S3 E9: Maddy Williscroft, Ambrose Women's Volleyball
Maddy Williscroft, who is now an alum of the Ambrose Lions Women's Volleyball Program, joins The All-Canadian Podcast! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by left-side Maddy Williscroft from the Ambrose Lions Women's Volleyball Program for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! To start, Bennett discusses how he has grown since the start of his own podcasting journey, both as a host and as an interviewer, in a bit of foreshadowing of one of the themes of this week's episode - recollection. Bennett shares a bit on how the podcast has grown since the first episode of the Four Quarters Podcast. Then, Williscroft joins the show to discuss a wide variety of topics, most of which center on looking back and reflecting on years that have passed. As a recent graduate of the Ambrose Women's Volleyball Program, one who played all five years with the Lions (plus one year, thanks to COVID), Williscroft takes time to look back on how her career had progressed. The Calgary native ended up at Ambrose after graduating from Bishop Carroll High School, a self-directed high school in her hometown. Williscroft discusses many different facets of her Lions career, from how she came in as a rookie and ultimately grew into a Team Captain as her career unfolded. Williscroft also shares how she navigated being named team captain and upholding the team values while staying true to herself in a self-labeled 'identity crisis'. As the episode moves along, Williscroft discusses Pursuit Volley, an organization that was founded in 2014 by former CUE Men's Volleyball Head Coach Ken McLaughlin. She shares a bit about the organization as a whole, and how she first got involved. Williscroft also discusses the opportunities it was presented herself and other volleyball players from across Alberta. - - - Check out Pursuit Volley on Instagram to see what they're all about for yourself. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E8: Bryanna Kressler, St. Clair Women's Softball
12-06-2023
S3 E8: Bryanna Kressler, St. Clair Women's Softball
Bryanna Kressler of the St. Clair Saints Women's Softball Program joins The All-Canadian Podcast! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by pitcher/infielder Bryanna Kressler of the St. Clair Saints Women's Softball Program for the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! To start, Bennett discusses his newfound attraction to podcasts, albeit of the true crime variety. Bennett discusses why he wasn't drawn to podcasts initially despite recording one of his own, but how his affection for them has changed in the last six months. Then, Kressler joins the show. The 2022 OCAA Player of the Year and 2022-23 OCAA Female Student-Athlete of the Year discusses a wide variety of topics pertaining to her own collegiate journey and the sport of softball (or fastball, which is an interchangeable term, as discussed towards the end of the episode) as a whole. Kressler begins the episode by talking about her time at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, and how her time in the United States has changed how she views outside opinions versus her own perception of things. She shares a bit on what went into her decision to play NCAA softball out of high school, and how she ultimately returned to Canada and joined the Saints program. Bennett and Kressler then discuss the 2022 season for the Saints Women's Softball Program, one that saw the group go undefeated and clean up at the OCAA Awards. Kressler then talks about the successful 2022-23 season for St. Clair College as a whole when it comes to athletics, a conversation which led to the pair sharing the first-ever concerts that they attended (results may surprise you). - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E7: Jackson Anderson, Briercrest College Men's Volleyball
05-06-2023
S3 E7: Jackson Anderson, Briercrest College Men's Volleyball
Briercrest's Jackson Anderson joins The All-Canadian Podcast this week! - - - After an off-day on Thursday last week due to the Golf Canada 2023 Canadian University/College Championship in Komoka, Ontario at FireRock Golf Club, The All-Canadian Podcast is back with another episode (and another guest)! Host Tyler Bennett is joined by third-year outside hitter Jackson Anderson from the Briercrest College Clippers Men's Volleyball Program! To start, Bennett takes a look at the four days of golf that played out in Komoka, discussing the Men's and Women's winners and their wire-to-wire dominance. Bennett also discusses the UBC Okanagan Heat Men's Golf program's bright future, a group that featured four first-year and one second-year student-athletes this year at Nationals. First year golfer Andrew Rouble finished tied for fourth in Komoka, then won the Whistle Bear Open in Cambridge over the weekend to cap off a stellar week of golf. Then, Anderson joins the show. The conversation starts with a look back at the 2022-23 season for Anderson and the Clippers. Bennett and Anderson discuss the Clippers' run to the ACAC Gold Medal and what clicked for the group to bring home an ACAC Championship. Then, the pair discuss Briercrest winning the CCAA Bronze Medal at the 2023 Men's Volleyball National Championships in Etobicoke. From there, Bennett and Anderson have a discussion on faith and sport. Anderson shares how his mindset has shifted over the years as he's progressed through sport, discussing how his identity as a person goes far and beyond what happens in sports. NOTE: There are a couple of instances where audio issues occur throughout the episode's interview portion. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E6: Matthew Abrams, Humber Men's Curling
29-05-2023
S3 E6: Matthew Abrams, Humber Men's Curling
Matthew Abrams, a second-year student-athlete for the Humber Hawks Men's Curling Team, joins The All-Canadian Podcast! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Matthew Abrams, who recently wrapped up his second season with the Humber Men's Curling Program, on the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! Abrams, who won a National Championship with the Hawks this past season, joins the show to discuss anything and everything related to curling. Off the top, Bennett looks for some help from listeners when it comes to finding ways to slow your body down and just relax. A self-realization moment over the weekend led Bennett to further understand that he doesn't know how to 'do nothing', thus the question: how do you force yourself to slow down and unwind? Then, Abrams joins the show to discuss the sport he's grown up around: curling! Abrams shares how he first got introduced to the sport on a family outing to watch his father play. From then on, he was hooked and his love for the sport has only grown since. Abrams discusses what the junior system is like for curling, and you'd be surprised to know that it's very much similar to some of the more 'traditional' sports. Then, Abrams and Bennett talk about how Matt ended up at Humber College, and what went into that decision. To close, Abrams and Bennett take a look at the academic side of the equation for Matt, one that has included a program change after just one year. Abrams discusses what went into that decision for him, and why he ultimately decided to switch to Sports Management. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E5: Emily Cornwall, UBC Okanagan Women's Golf
25-05-2023
S3 E5: Emily Cornwall, UBC Okanagan Women's Golf
Emily Cornwall, a second-year golfer for the UBC Okanagan Heat Women's Golf Program, joins The All-Canadian Podcast! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Emily Cornwall, who is wrapping up her second year of competition with the UBC Okanagan Heat Women's Golf Program, on the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! With the May 2-4 Long Weekend now in the books, golf season is officially underway, and Cornwall takes some time away from the course to discuss a variety of topics surrounding her personal golf journey. Off the top, Bennett takes a look back at the 2022 Canadian University / College Golf Championship that took place in Bromont, Quebec. The UBC Thunderbirds swept all four titles, winning the Women's and Men's Team Titles while Aidan Schumer (Men) and Sonja Tang (Women) took home the individual titles. The 2023 Canadian University / College Golf Championship takes place at FireRock Golf Club in Komoka, Ontario from May 30th to June 2nd. Then, Cornwall joins the show to discuss her golf journey. Cornwall takes listeners through the story of how she first got into the game of golf, and when she started to take things more seriously (spoiler: it was much later in her life than you'd expect). Cornwall and Bennett discuss her collegiate career, which has been highlighted by several individual and team achievements through two seasons with the Heat. Cornwall shares what it was like to win her first-ever collegiate event back in September. Cornwall also shares a bit on what goes into her preparations ahead of a round, which includes the mental aspect in the weeks leading up to an event. - - - This week's Small Business Spotlight takes a look at KP Sports Services, a small business that is owned and operated by Lambton Men's Baseball student-athlete Kolton Pembleton. Located in Camlachie, Ontario, KP Sports Services is your local one-stop shop for all your hockey and baseball maintenance needs. From skate sharpening and rivet repair to baseball glove re-lacing and general glove repair, Kolton is equipped to take care of your needs and get you back to sport as soon as possible, and as good as new. Check out KP Sports Services on Instagram for more information. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E4: Brett Jenkins, Redeemer Men's Volleyball
22-05-2023
S3 E4: Brett Jenkins, Redeemer Men's Volleyball
Redeemer Men's Volleyball alum Brett Jenkins joins The All-Canadian Podcast! - - - Host Tyler Bennett is joined by outside hitter Brett Jenkins of the Redeemer Royals Men's Volleyball Program on the latest episode of The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! After some technical issues and Mother's Day Weekend pushed the episode back a week, Jenkins joins the show to discuss a wide variety of topics surrounding the sport of volleyball and his career at Redeemer University. Off the top, Bennett discusses the recent news surrounding the Eastern Canadian Basketball League and the cancelation of the remainder of their inaugural 2023 season. Bennett shares his own opinions on the league and where things may have gone wrong while sharing some optimism about the future of the league. Then, Jenkins joins the show (24:04). Bennett and Jenkins take a look at how Brett first got introduced to the game of volleyball, and what ultimately led to him choosing volleyball over hockey. Jenkins discusses his career at Redeemer University, including how he ultimately ended up in a Royals uniform. The pair also discuss what lies ahead for Jenkins, both in sport and in life, as he begins to navigate life without being a student. - - - This week's Small Business Spotlight takes a look at KP Sports Services, a small business that is owned and operated by Lambton Men's Baseball student-athlete Kolton Pembleton. Located in Camlachie, Ontario, KP Sports Services is your local one-stop shop for all your hockey and baseball maintenance needs. From skate sharpening and rivet repair to baseball glove re-lacing and general glove repair, Kolton is equipped to take care of your needs and get you back to sport as soon as possible, and as good as new. Check out KP Sports Services on Instagram for more information. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
S3 E3: Historic Seasons at Mount Royal, Thompson Rivers
16-05-2023
S3 E3: Historic Seasons at Mount Royal, Thompson Rivers
Surprise! Let's take a look at some of the surprise performances from the 2022-23 season. Host Tyler Bennett is back for Episode Three of Summer Podcast Series on The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! Episode Three is the first of two episodes that will take a look back at some of the surprise performances from the 2022-23 season. In this episode, Bennett looks at the National Championship runs of the Mount Royal Women's Hockey Program and Thompson Rivers Men's Soccer Program. Stars aligned at the right time for both programs, and they made history in the process. - - - This week's Small Business Spotlight takes a look at KP Sports Services, a small business that is owned and operated by Lambton Men's Baseball student-athlete Kolton Pembleton. Located in Camlachie, Ontario, KP Sports Services is your local one-stop shop for all your hockey and baseball maintenance needs. From skate sharpening and rivet repair to baseball glove re-lacing and general glove repair, Kolton is equipped to take care of your needs and get you back to sport as soon as possible, and as good as new. Check out KP Sports Services on Instagram for more information. - - - Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
Talking Returning to School, Entrepreneurship, and Baseball with Kolton Pembleton of Lambton Baseball
02-01-2023
Talking Returning to School, Entrepreneurship, and Baseball with Kolton Pembleton of Lambton Baseball
Lambton Men's Baseball player Kolton Pembleton joins host Tyler Bennett for the first episode of The All-Canadian Podcast in 2023! --- Happy New Year!   The All-Canadian Podcast is back in 2023, and we're happy to have you here along for the ride with us.  Host Tyler Bennett is joined by Lambton Baseball 1B / DH Kolton Pembleton for the first episode of the new year, discussing various aspects of his student-athlete lifestyle.  KP, as he's known to many, and Bennett have known each other for five years, so the conversation here is no different than one the pair would have on any other occasion. Pembleton discusses his decision to return to school at the age of 24, six years after he graduated high school.  He shares a bit about his adjustment period to returning to school and how he was able to get back into the swing of things when it comes to being a student.  Pembleton discusses how he's been able to balance various aspects of the student-athlete lifestyle, from practices/games to school work and his own entrepreneurial endeavours away from the classroom. Later, KP shares a bit of background on his own business - KP Sports Services.  He discusses the idea behind the business venture in the first place, and he shares the main reason behind why he does what he does. --- Check out KP Sports Services on Instagram and Facebook. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 17 feat. Anthony Skepple from Briercrest College Women's Basketball
17-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 17 feat. Anthony Skepple from Briercrest College Women's Basketball
Anthony Skepple from the Briercrest College Women's Basketball Program joins the show for Day Seventeen of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Seventeen features Anthony Skepple, Head Coach of the Briercrest College Women's Basketball Program.  Skepple joins host Tyler Bennett for the third time on the podcast. Skepple and Bennett use the first part of the episode to catch up on what's transpired since their last episode back in May, 2021.  Then, Skepple discusses the first semester for the Briercrest College program and how things have unfolded at the midway point.  He shares some of the standout performances from the first half of the season, and what he's liked from the group as a whole.  Then, he discusses what lies ahead in the second half of the season and gives some advice to student-athletes on how to balance everything with academics, sports, and life. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 16 feat. Cam Lyon from Durham Lords Men's Golf
16-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 16 feat. Cam Lyon from Durham Lords Men's Golf
Cam Lyon from the Durham Lords Men's Golf Program joins the show for Day SIxteen of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Sixteen features Cam Lyon, the Team Captain of the Durham Lords Men's Golf Program.  Lyon joins host Tyler Bennett to discuss a variety of topics surrounding his final year of collegiate golf at Durham College, including the 2022 CCAA Golf National Championships in Ajax. Lyon discusses the 2022 season, one that ended with him and the Lords playing host to the CCAA's best golfers at the 2022 CCAA Golf National Championships at Deer Creek Golf Club in Ajax, Ontario.  Lyon shares how he and the team kept their focus throughout the year, avoiding the temptation of looking ahead to Nationals.  He shares how the program wanted to prove they belonged at Nationals despite being hosts, and how they overcame adversity on the final day of the OCAA Championships to finish in a qualifying spot.  Lyon talks about how his mental game has improved over his years with the Lords, and how he navigated four unique school years during the pandemic. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 15 feat. Parker Allen from Lethbridge Track & Field
15-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 15 feat. Parker Allen from Lethbridge Track & Field
Parker Allen from the Lethbridge Pronghorns Track & Field Program joins the show for Day Fifteen of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Fifteen features Parker Allen, a Weight Thrower for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Track & Field Program.  Allen joins host Tyler Bennett to discuss a variety of topics in an episode designed to shed some light on Track & Field while discussing the importance of giving back to your local sport community. Allen discusses how he first got started in Track & Field, and he takes us through his entire journey to Lethbridge, where he was a dual-sport athlete in 2021-22 (Golf and Track & Field).  Allen discusses several of the mentors that he's had along the way, and how each of them have helped shape him into the person that he is today, and the person he's trying to be going forward in his own life.  Allen shares how he wants to have a similar impact on the lives of younger kids in and around Lethbridge as his mentors had on his life.  He also discusses how he balances everything as a student-athlete. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 14 feat. Brandon LeBlanc from Crandall Cross Country, Part Two
14-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 14 feat. Brandon LeBlanc from Crandall Cross Country, Part Two
Brandon LeBlanc from the Crandall Chargers Cross Country Program (re)joins the show for Day Twelve of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas.  This is Part Two of the chat with Coach LeBlanc. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Fourteen features the conclusion of the conversation with Brandon LeBlanc, the Head Coach of the Crandall Chargers Cross Country Program.  LeBlanc joins host Tyler Bennett to discuss a wide variety of topics in Part Two, feeding off Part One while diving into some new territory. In Part Two of the conversation, LeBlanc discusses the 2022 season for the Chargers and the excitement of winning both the Men's and Women's banners in the ACAA.  LeBlanc looks at the team's experience at the 2022 CCAA National Championships in Medicine Hat back in November, and how the program has developed over the years to get to that point.  Towards the end, Bennett and LeBlanc discuss how to grow the coverage and attention around U Sports and the CCAA year-round.  Throughout the entire chat in Part Two, points in Part One are referenced so be sure to check out Monday's episode of the podcast. --- Click here to check out PART ONE feat. Brandon LeBlanc on The All-Canadian Podcast. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 13 feat. Johnna Rymes from CUE Badminton
13-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 13 feat. Johnna Rymes from CUE Badminton
Johnna Rymes from the CUE Thunder Women's Badminton Program joins the show for Day Thirteen of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Thirteen features Johnna Rymes, the 2022 ACAC Women's Badminton Player of the Year.  Rymes joins host Tyler Bennett to discuss a variety of topics in an episode designed to shed some much-needed and well-deserved light on the sport of Badminton. Rymes kicks off the show by discussing how she first got involved in Badminton, which is a story that many younger siblings can relate to as they were growing up.  She touches on the junior circuits for Badminton, both in Alberta and across the country, discussing how one is able to compete in the sport throughout their career at various levels.  Rymes looks at her ACAC career to-date and what lies ahead in 2022-23.  Then, Bennett and Rymes discuss how to potentially bring more attention and respect to Badminton in our country. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork
25 in 25 - Ep. 12 feat. Brandon LeBlanc from Crandall Cross Country, Part One
12-12-2022
25 in 25 - Ep. 12 feat. Brandon LeBlanc from Crandall Cross Country, Part One
Brandon LeBlanc from the Crandall Chargers Cross Country Program joins the show for Day Twelve of our '25 in 25' Countdown to Christmas.  This is Part One of the chat with Coach LeBlanc. --- Welcome (back) to The All-Canadian Podcast, powered by the All-Canadian Sports Network! As we count down to Christmas, we are releasing a new podcast episode each day from December 1st to 25th, kind of like an audio advent calendar.  Day Twelve features Part One of the conversation with Brandon LeBlanc, the Head Coach of the Crandall Chargers Cross Country Program.  LeBlanc joins host Tyler Bennett to discuss a wide variety of topics that stretch from his own running career to the Crandall program, how he develops his athletes through LTAD, and more. In Part One of the conversation, LeBlanc discusses how the Chargers navigated the pandemic to maintain their training while also feeding the competitive side of running through virtual meets.  LeBlanc then describes how he got started in running himself, and how his own experiences in the sport have helped shape who he is now as a coach of high performance runners.  To close the first of two episodes, Bennett and LeBlanc discuss Long Term Athlete Development, and apply that to programs as a whole (LTPD), and Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S). --- For more information on RED-S, including warning signs to watch for, click here for an article from Brown University. --- Interested in making an appearance on The All-Canadian Podcast? If so, let us know here: https://forms.gle/4vZejcnRZEVHZ1kF8 - - - Be sure to FOLLOW the All-Canadian Sports Network on all social media accounts for All-Canadian Coverage, All The Time: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllCdnSportsNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allcanadiansportsnetwork