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Alpine Climber Jess Roskelley

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At 20 years old, Jess Roskelley became the youngest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Since that point, he has trained endlessly to become one of the most well-known alpine climbers of this era. Ice climbing, hiking, rock climbing, and making your own path has all been apart of Jess' journey to being a North Face athlete with sponsors for every piece of gear he owns. Be sure to check out this episode for the most dangerous sport we've ever had the chance to hear about!

Pro 1st Baseman Gavin Garay

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In this episode, Gavin Garay tells us all about his incredible baseball story. From switching college programs to getting his mental game right, he has made a lot of crucial decisions to get to where he is today. Garay isn’t just your everyday athlete, he used a chunk of his baseball money to fund and found his business: Elevate Clothing Company! Be sure to listen in on this one as we explore his life on and off of the field.

Pro Pitcher Tim Dillard

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Professional pitcher (newly) in the Texas Rangers organization, Tim Dillard, has seen it all in pro ball. He was drafted in 2001 by the Milwaukee Brewers and made his major league debut in 2008. In his 18 year career, he has had the chance to become a big Brewer fan favorite with his great humor, social media following, and talent. After signing with the Rangers in the offseason, he will have the opportunity to play at home in Nashville for the Sounds, where he has the record for wins and innings pitched!

This one is a must hear! If you want more Tim Dillard content, check out the Show & Go Podcast!

Coach Tim Springer

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Personal Development Coach, Tim Springer, has been around basketball for as long as he can remember. He has had the chance to work with age groups ranging from young elementary students to NBA studs like Danny Green. After chasing his dream as a professional athlete, he decided to give back to ballers in a big way. This podcast will give athletes good insight on a successful mindset.

Big thanks to our sponsors Albertsons, Fashion Eyeworks, Kaleidoscoops, Bowen Insurance, and Constructors Inc!

NBA Never Stops' Nick Russo

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20-year-old, Nick Russo, has really taken the instagram game and ran with it! On June of 2017, he started "The NBA Never Stops" and has since grown the account to over 136,000 followers! Yes, you read that right. He now owns "The Swish Factor" with a reach of over 152,000 as well. At a young age, Nick has already put himself in a great position to succeed in social media, marketing, and sports journalism. He just has to choose which one is right for him! Be sure to check this one out!

Pro Pitcher Mike Pascoe

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Mike Pascoe is a professional pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Believe it or not, he didn’t always have a love for the sport (quite the opposite, actually). Mike tells us all about his journey to being drafted out of San Jacinto College and pursuing his dream to play in the big leagues. At 5’8”, Pascoe can really bring the heat with a 97 mph fastball and a mix of offspeed pitches. Be on the lookout for him in the coming years!

Pro Spikeballer Chris Hornacek

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After playing volleyball through high school and college, Chris Hornacek decided to pursue a professional career in Spikeball. Since then, he has traveled all over the USA to compete in sponsored tournaments and events. Heading into 2019, Chris has plans to make the sport bigger than ever and we had the chance to speak with him on where his sights are set. Be sure to check out the first podcast of 2019!

Player Coach George Carroll

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George Carroll is a former professional baseball player and current Position Player Coach in the Blue Jays' organization. We pick his brain about what it takes to really make it in pro ball, some tips for catchers on the way up (his primary position), and some of his best experiences on both sides of the ball. Grab a notepad and take in some great coaching knowledge in this week's ASB interview!

Sun Bowl's Eddie Morelos

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Media Relations Director, Eddie Morelos, joined us for the second time this year to discuss the upcoming Sun Bowl (Stanford vs Pitt) hosted in El Paso, TX! He tells us all about the Sun Bowl's reputation for being a blast with a great home-city atmosphere. His job includes preparation for the media, making sure the teams feel comfortable with the press, and setting up media events. Be sure to listen in on this one and let us know if you plan to attend the Sun Bowl - we can meet up!

Vertical Expert Coach Kennedy

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Coach John Kennedy (@jump.god) has mastered the art of the most in-demand skill in sports, the ability to dunk. In fact, he owns a gym in Texas called Katy Sportz Academy where he trains young athletes to improve their vertical jump and speed! He tells about some of the things he addresses in his sessions, what it was like when he learned to dunk, and working with the likes of De’Aaron Fox and Corey Brewer! Be sure to give this one a listen and don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcast or Spotify!

Boxing & B-Ball With Gordo Rubio

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In this episode Gordo Rubio joins us to discuss a few of his experiences in Las Vegas during a couple of the most notable fights in recent history! He tells us who he roots for and what it's like to be friends with Hall of Fame boxer, Roy Jones Jr. We also get into basketball and the changes that need to be made for the Lakers to evolve into a contender and Duke's path to a National Championship!

Spencer Oshman of Overtime

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Spence is picture above (right) alongside Lavar Ball.

Overtime just reached ONE MILLION followers on Instagram and isn't showing any signs of slowing up! Spencer Oshman, a content manager for the company, was kind enough to take the time to answer a few questions about his experiences with Overtime, his former job with Bleacher Report, and where he sees himself going next! Plus, he gives a little bit of information on what's to come for the brand and some of the big name athletes he has worked with! You won't want to miss it!

Cavemen Soccer's Austin & Jaron

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Austin Naylor and Jaron Lunsford, seniors at Carlsbad High, joined us in the studio to recap their season and tell us about their plans heading into their first year of college. As two captains of the soccer team, they felt that their team chemistry was great which gave them a chance to win each battle. We also get into some of their favorites, what they do in their free time, and the different personalities of their teammates!


Cavemen RB Tate Collins

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Tate Collins has done a great job running the ball for the Carlsbad Cavemen. As they look to clinch a playoff spot in the final week of the season, Tate stopped in to discuss journey to becoming the leading carrier on his team. He also tells us about his future options, his hopes for baseball, and some of his favorite things to do outside of sports and school! Don't forget to tune in for this one.