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Welcome to the Podcast! Adam Zundell brings you the voices of the game -- players and coaches -- straight to you, unfiltered, exclusively on Nobody covers the NCAA game better than






CSN 083: Men's College Cup Preview

This week's episode features each of the four head coaches in this year's Men's College Cup: Dan Stratford (West Virginia), Mike Noonan (Clemson), Chad Riley (Notre Dame) and Greg Dalby (Oregon State). The semifinals will kick at 6 p.m. with West Virginia taking on Clemson, followed by Notre Dame against Oregon State.


CSN 082: Women's College Cup Preview

Hear what the four coaches from the 2023 Women's College Cup had to say in advance of the semifinals on Friday night. Florida State head coach Brian Pensky offers his thoughts on facing Clemson once again. Clemson head coach Eddie Radawanski talks about making it to the College Cup and facing Florida State, the impact of in-state native on his roster, and the synergy between the men's and women's programs. Stanford coach Paul Radcliff discusses meeting BYU once again in the NCAA Tournament his thoughts on the Cougars, while BYU head coach Jen Rockwood offers her thoughts on the Cardinal, the influence of her senior class and the magical comeback in the quarterfinals against North Carolina. Florida State will take on Clemson on Friday night at 6 p.m., followed by BYU and Stanford at 8:30 p.m.


CSN 081: Nate Daligcon (Seattle)

Seattle's first-year head coach Nate Daligcon joins the show this week to discuss his transition to the head coaching spot, the shift in the team's mentality this season and the way he's approaching the latter portion of the year.


CSN 080: Russell Payne (Northwestern)

In his third season in Evanston, Russell Payne has Northwestern atop the Big 10 standings and top 15 of the national rankings this season. He talks about making the move from Army to Northwestern, the commonalities between players at the two schools, the mentality shift in the program now and the season ahead for the Wildcats.


CSN 079: Colby Hale (Arkansas)

Arkansas women's soccer head coach Colby Hale talks about the Razorbacks and a wide range of topics, including his scheduling philosophy, the rise of the SEC in women's soccer and the team's style of play.


CSN 078: Kevin Hudson (SMU)

SMU head coach Kevin Hudson joins the show this week to talk about his team's hot start to the season. He talks about the goals for his returning but still young squad, his team's success at home and the vibe on campus after the move to the ACC was announced.


CSN 077: Jennifer Rockwood (BYU)

Welcome back for another season of the Podcast! We open our portion of the season up this week with Jennifer Rockwood, head coach of the top-ranked BYU Cougars. In this episode we talk about that No. 1 ranking, the transition to the Big 12 Conference and what she has liked about her veteran squad in the early portion fo the season.


CSN 076: Rob Dow (Vermont)

We check in this week Vermont head coach Rob Dow as he leads his team towards the end of the season. The Catamounts return a strong squad from last year's team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament and are currently ranked in the top 10 in the country.


CSN 075: Brian Maisonneuve (Ohio State)

Ohio State head coach Brian Maisonneuve joins the show this week to talk about the Buckeyes program. He talks about finishing non-conference play undefeated for the first time in program history, a report card on his season so far and what he expects from his team down the stretch.


CSN 074: Tim Ward (Pepperdine)

Pepperdine head coach Tim Ward stops by on this week's show to talk about last season's run and two key matches coming up this week against Long Beach State and top-ranked UCLA. Coach Ward also discusses his evolution as a coach as it pertains to winning and the pursuit of excellence, and also shares that Pepperdine is more than just a pretty campus.

CSN 073: Chad Riley (Notre Dame)

Notre Dame head coach Chad Riley joins the show this week to talk about being the head coach at his alma mater and his team's run to the College Cup a season ago. Coach Riley also breaks down this season's Irish and some players to watch this fall.

CSN 072: Brian Pensky (Florida State)

Florida State head coach Brian Pensky joins the show to talk candidly about the task of taking over the returning national champions. He talks about him taking the job came about, the immediate challenges and the challenges facing college athletics.

CSN 071: Chris Gbandi (UConn)

UConn head coach Chris Gbandi kicks off our podcast series for the 2022! Coach Gbandi talks about his time as a student-athlete, and then how he worked his way through the ranks to return as the head coach at his alma mater.


CSN 070: Marc Hubbard (New Hampshire)

New Hampshire's Marc Hubbard joins the show this week to talk about building the program where he grew up into one of the best in the country on a consistent basis.


CSN 069: Randy Waldrum (Pitt)

Pitt head coach Randy Waldrum talks about taking over a Panther program that had "22 years of losing," the progress the program has made over his time there and some key moments already in this 2021 season.


CSN 068: Chris Grassie (Marshall)

Marshall's Chris Grassie joins the show this week to discuss last season's run to the College Cup and the challenges of going from the "hunter" to the "hunted."


CSN 067: Eric Bell (TCU)

TCU head coach Eric Bell joins the show to talk about how we went from selling copiers to coaching in the Big 12. He also shares his thoughts on building the program at TCU, winning the Big 12 last year and making it to the Elite Eight, and then gives some insight on this year's squad.


CSN 066: College Cup Semifinals: Grassie/Yeagley

Hear from Marshall head coach Chris Grassie and Indiana's Todd Yeagley as the coaches discuss their semifinal victories.


CSN 065: College Cup Preview (Men)

Hear from the four coaches in the College Cup: Todd Yeagley, Jay Vidovich, Chris Grassie and Carlos Somoano.


CSN 064: Dustin Fonder (Campbell)

Campbell head coach Dustin Fonder joins the show this week to talk about the Camels ahead of the 2021 Spring season. He talks about his time as a two-sport athlete at Roanoke College, his journey through the coaching ranks and talks about the prospects for this season's team coming off a historic 2019 campaign.