Varsity Letters brings you two coaches who will lead their teams into the semifinal round of Subway Bowl 2016. Our weekly podcast is dedicated to the big stories each week in high school and university sport in the province of B.C. Off the top, we will welcome Farhan Lalji of the New Westminster Hyacks and […]
What a year it’s been! Varsity Letters wraps up its debut season with Episode No. 36. Host Howard Tsumura and producer/engineer Adam Foster chat theme music and the power of the podcast. Tsumura also welcomes his final guest of the season, Brookswood Bobcats’ three-sport athlete Michael Pratt.
The moments that resonated most from the 2015-16 BC high school sports season? They weren’t all about the championships. Varsity Letters counts down its 10 top highlights as Howard Tsumura is joined in the studio by guest host Patrick Johnston.
This week, Varsity Letters takes a look back at the year at was in B.C. high school sports. Patrick Johnston plays the host role as Howard Tsumura reflects back on the season’s championship highlights. Varsity Letters is Canada’s only podcast dedicated solely to high school and university sports.
West Vancouver superintendent of schools Chris Kennedy chats with host Howard Tsumura about the future of high school sports in B.C and SFU Clan women’s basketball star Erin Chambers reflects on her prodigious career and all that awaits the talented Mission native.
Varsity Letters is feeling the spirit of the spring championship season in B.C. high school sports. Host Howard Tsumura welcomes West Vancouver-Collingwood boys rugby coach David Speirs, as well as South Delta girls soccer coach Stephen Burns.
Vancouver Whitecaps director of college transition Ryan Clark checks in to talk about the process of college recruitment; UBC sports information director Wilson Wong brings us up to date on the sports scene at the Point Grey campus.
Host Howard Tsumura is joined by Laurier Primeau, the charismatic head coach of the Trinity Western University track program and former Simon Fraser basketball star Courtney Gerwing, now two seasons into her head coaching-tenure at New Westminster’s Douglas College.
Host Howard Tsumura is joined by TSN’s Farhan Lalji to speak about the NFL draft and New West Hyacks high school football. Also Simon Fraser Clan head track and field coach Brit Townsend talks about her program’s run to the NCAA national championships.
Host Howard Tsumura chats hoops with DRIVE basketball co-founder Pasha Bains about his playing career and the future of the sport in this province, and with Simon Fraser University athletic director Milt Richards about all things Clan.
This Howard Tsumura and Patrick Johnston look back at the 2015 B.C. high school hoops campaign and take time to reflect on Steve Nash's career and what both things mean for the future of the Canadian game.
UBC manager of media relations Dan Elliott, North Delta Secondary School vice-principal James Johnston and two senior varsity boys basketball coaches: Victoria-Lambrick Park’s Ed Somers, and Kelowna’s Harry Parmar.
Varsity Letters returns strong this week with our largest lineup of guests ever including new UBC football head coach Blake Nill, high school basketball coaches Nap Santos, Rich Goulet and Paul Langford and university men’s basketball coach Matt Kuzminski.
High school girls basketball coaches Anthony Beyrouti (St. Thomas Aquinas) and Steve Beauchamp (Holy Cross), Jared Harman of the Langley Events Centre and Chad Joiner, director of the MEI Screaming Eagles marching band join Howard this week.