Fill The Steins-logo

Fill The Steins

Podcasts >

Broadcasting from the University Credit Union studios and celebrating the college of our hearts always, this is "Fill The Steins" with your hosts Brian MacLeod and Adam Henckler.

Broadcasting from the University Credit Union studios and celebrating the college of our hearts always, this is "Fill The Steins" with your hosts Brian MacLeod and Adam Henckler.
More Information


Orono, ME




Broadcasting from the University Credit Union studios and celebrating the college of our hearts always, this is "Fill The Steins" with your hosts Brian MacLeod and Adam Henckler.




Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 9 (Matt Burgess & Whitneigh Kinne)

We've been off for a couple of weeks still recovering from Homecoming and surviving Thanksgiving with our families, but we are back for another exciting show talking about some big Black Bear sports events coming up soon. Matt Burgess from the Black Bears of Portland joins us to discuss the Maine v UNH game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday and the pre-game events surrounding this rivalry match. We also find out a little more about the Portland chapter of the alumni...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 8 (Amy Vachon, UMaine Women's Basketball)

We are excited to welcome one of our Fill The Steins original followers, a former stand out basketball player at both Cony and UMaine and currently the assistant coach for the lady black bears, Amy Vachon joins the podcast. With a fairly even mix of returning players and new ones, we ask Coach Vachon how the team is shaping up this season and how we should judge success by the team. Both the men's hockey and basketball teams were in action this weekend so we will have a full recap of those...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 7 (Bob Walsh, UMaine Men's Basketball)

We are inching closer and closer to the start of the men's basketball season so we are joined on the program by first year coach Bob Walsh to talk about how the pre-season is going and what he expects of the team when they tip-off the season in a few weeks. We also will talk Black Bear Hockey in our "Behind the Bench" segment with Whitneigh Kinne as the Black Bears faced Alaska Ancoherage this weekend. All this and more so make sure to check us out!


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 6 (Griffin Stockford & Whitneigh Kinne)

With less than a week to go until our #RiseAndStein Homecoming Tailgate at the University of Maine, we have a major announcement regarding entertainment for our event. This week we welcomed our new student contributor, Griffin Stockford, to the FTS team; he will join us to talk about life on campus as a freshmen and what his plans for the future. Finally, we introduce our new segment to the show "Behind the Bench with Whitneigh Kinne" where our favorite radio personality joins us for a full...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 5 (Red Gendron, UMaine Hockey Head Coach)

Would you believe that UMaine Hockey season is just a few short weeks away from dropping the puck? The guys are joined by Black Bear Hockey head coach, Red Gendron, to discuss how his first season with the team went, what his goals are for this season, and who we should keep an eye on to make an impact. We also will talk about UMaine Football's big win over Towson on Saturday as we inch closer and closer to Homecoming Weekend 2014.


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 4 (Pete Warner, Bangor Daily News)

The University of Maine Black Bear football team is off to a tough start to the season after being taken downtown to poundtown at Boston College over the weekend. The guys are joined by senior sports writer for the Bangor Daily News, Pete Warner, to discuss what can be done by Jack Cosgrove and the boys to turn their season around as they start conference play next weekend. We also talk about the upcoming hockey and basketball seasons for the Black Bears with Pete to see what those team's...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 3 (Dan Cashman, "The Nite Show")

The boys are back for Episode 3 of Season 2 when they are joined by a Maine television legend, Dan Cashman, host of the popular weekly variety program "The Nite Show". Cashman discusses his time on television, his award winning radio career, as well as time in politics working for both former Governor Baldacci and current US Congressional candidate Emily Cain. Dan also talks about his fondest memories at the University of Maine including where he lived on campus and what he did in his spare...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 2

UMaine graduate and current democratic candidate for the 2nd District Congressional seat in the Great State of Maine, Emily Cain, joins the podcast to talk about her time in Orono and how she got into politics in the first place. An alumni, current honors college staff member, and student pursuing her PhD, we will test Ms. Cain's knowledge with a game called, "So you think you know UMaine." In the second half of the show the guys talk about fellow alumni Timothy Simons trip to the Emmy's...


Fill The Steins - Season 2, Episode 1

We kick-off Season 2 of the Fill The Steins Podcast with a very special guest, head coach for the University of Maine Football team, Jack Cosgrove. Coming off a record breaking and championship winning seasons, the guys ask coach what needs to happen in 2014 to continue the program's success story. We take a look at some of the key match-ups this season and find out which players need to make an impact to help fill the voids from last year's seniors.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 14

We are excited to be joined by former Rhode Island College and new University of Maine men's basketball head coach, Bob Walsh, to talk about moving from a D3 to a D1 school and his plans for the program going forward. The baseball wrapped up the regular season this past weekend in Orono, we will have a full preview of their first round America East playoff series. All this and so much more as we come to you at a special time this week!


No Related Items

If you are seeing this item, it is because there are currently no items that match your criteria.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 13

We wrap up the first season of the FTS Podcast with UMaine Softball Head Coach, Lynn Coutts, recapping the team's play this year and taking a look forward to next year. Now that Bob Walsh has been officially introduced as the next Men's Basketball Head Coach the guys discuss what's next for the program this summer. Lastly the guys review their favorite memories from graduation several years ago, when it used to be held outside. All this and more as we wrap up the semester!


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 12

We are joined by the assistant sports editor for the Bangor Daily News and the 2013 Maine Sportswriter of the Year, Peter Warner, to discuss the latest information on the men's basketball head coach search. With the spring sports teams wrapping up their seasons Brian will have a full recap of the America East tournaments as the teams look to bring home some hardware this season.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 11

We are all about FILLanthropy over here at Fill The Steins, which is why we are proud to be sponsoring Erin's Run on May 3rd. We will be talking with Ben Sprague who is the Mayor of Bangor and the organizer of Erin's Run. The guys will also bring you up to speed on the latest developments in the search for UMaine's next men's head basketball coach. All this and more for your Sunday Evening!


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 10

Our Maine Politics series continues when we are joined by current US Representative and candidate for governor in Maine, Mike Michaud, to discuss what it was like growing up in a mill town and how he plans to reform education if elected. Now that the men's basketball head coaching position is vacant at Orono, the guys discuss who might take over the job and if they have any chance of turning the Black Bear program around. All this and much more so please make sure to join us! #FillTheSteins


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 9

We are excited to be joined by UMaine Women's Basketball Head Coach, Richard Barron, to talk about the Lady Black Bears' season, recruiting, and goals for next season. Mac spend the weekend in New Orleans and will have a report on the best places to Fill The Steins in The Big Easy. We will also recap the weekend's results in Baseball, Softball, and Track & Field.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 8

New England's most preeminent craft beer reporter and founder of the website,, the lovely Ms. Carla Companion joins us to discuss the Maine beer scene and her current favorite ways to Fill The Steins. We will also take a look at this week in sports for the Black Bears and much, much more.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 7

As we head into election season, our "FTS Politics Series" gets underway when the guys are joined by Eliot Cutler, Independent candidate for Governor in Maine. Mr. Cutler will talk about his plan for education and job reform as well as what he likes to do when he's not running for political office. We shift gears dramatically and kick-off a new series on UMaine's most famous professional wrestler, D'Lo Brown. Brian will also recap the weekend results in spring sports and so much more.


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 6

The lady Black Bears were at Fairfield on Sunday in the 2nd Round of the Women's Basketball Invitational tournament, Brian recaps the game. Our Style & Leisure contributor Keith Luhmann checks in with a look at the first weekend of the Men's NCAA Tournament and the guys preview their Final Four teams. Democratic candidate for Governor, Mike Michaud, recently proposed free tuition for sophomores attending state colleges and universities in Maine; the guys discuss this plan and whether or not...


Fill The Steins - Season 1, Episode 5

A star of Survivor: Redemption Island, a Miss USA contestant, a four-year starter and former all-America East team player the lovely and multi-talented Ashley Underwood joins the program. With UMaine Hockey at Providence for the second round of the Hockey East Playoffs the guys recap the games and a whole lot more!