If you've ever driven on North Dakota's "Enchanted Highway," you've probably been pretty close to the town of Mott. Besides being the Pheasant Capital of North Dakota, it's home to javelin thrower Alyssa Olin. From two-time state runner-up to two-time All-American, join Cam & Ryan in this interview filled with great conversation, fun memories, and hilarious stories.
"Do more of what makes you happy." If you've never met Carter Buelow, the first thing you need to know is that he's living proof of this quote. After a successful high school athletics career, Carter chose to play college football. It didn't take long, though, before he found himself back in the ring. Here about Carter's transfer to Valley City State University, the success he found in track & field, and what makes the NAIA a great opportunity for student-athletes on Episode 19.
Track is back. They boys are back and, boy, are they ready to talk about track being back. In this episode, Cam & Ryan talk about the best marks seen thus far during the outdoor campaign. From high school all the way up to the post-collegiate ranks, listen in to see who's putting up big times, distances, and heights!
"The best North Dakota runner you've never heard of." That's the title we've given to Devin Monson. A state champion in the 3200 meter at Thompson, Devin elected to take his running to talents Hamline University (where he's now the program director) in the Twin Cities. After racking up a few All-American honors, he set his sights on professional running, joining Rogue Athletic Club in Austin, Texas. "Who is this man," you ask? Listen now to find out!
With Ryan taking the week off, Cam recruits guest host Nate Peterson to talk all things North Dakota high school track & field. But don't just take their word for it. The guys sit down with Kindred throws coach Nate Safe and Red River boy's head coach Jeff Bakke to gain their perspective. Hear about the uncertainties, what is certain, and everything in between for this upcoming season.
"The best, all-around thrower in the nation." That title belongs to North Dakota State University's Alex Talley. Coming off first-team All-American finishes in the shot put and weight throw last weekend, Alex sits down with the guys and shares how he fell in love with track, his rise through the collegiate ranks, and the goals he's got his sights set on.
Ryan and Andrew Carlson, head cross country coach at North Dakota State, interview the best athlete the state of North Dakota has ever produced. Laura Roesler racked up a whopping 22 state titles as a prep at Fargo South. She went on to the University of Oregon where she won 5 national titles (including two individual 800 meter crowns), earned 17 All-American accolades, and won the prestigious Bowerman award. You could say she's the GOAT.
Hosts Cam & Ryan sit down with Coach Mark Del Monaco, head track and field coach at Minot State University. From building the program to conference recaps, Coach Del Monaco provides an inside look into one of the state's up & coming track programs. Ryan also gives countless shout outs to North Dakota athletes that crushed their conference meets this weekend.
It's conference week, baby! In what's one of the most exciting weeks of the season, Cam & Ryan catch up with North Dakota State University's Stevie Keller, director of the Men & Women's Track & Field programs. Stevie talks choosing the conference team, North Dakota athletes to watch, and the logistics of a conference meet during a pandemic. Also listen to our NAIA conference recaps, Division II NSIC preview, and much more.
The first coach on the show, Myron Loberg brings his unique coaching perspective spanning seven decades to the podcast. Hosts Cam & Ryan ask Myron questions from his days as a high school athlete all the way to his current role as a volunteer assistant coach at North Dakota State University. A true ND track & field legend.