This week Brice talks to quarterback Isaac Harker about his college journey that brought him to play in the Canadian Football League.
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Episode 15- Carly Wickenheiser
38:45Brice talks to professional soccer player and Texas Tech alum Carly Wickenheiser about playing for a big university and going on to play in Sweden.
Episode 14- Brian Bement
54:24Brice kicks off the new year and new season speaking to her brother, Brian Bement. Brian plays professional soccer for Chattanooga FC and has some great stories about following his dreams to play professional soccer.
Episode 13- Sam Fink
31:04Brice talks with pro soccer player for St. Louis FC and Wake Forest alum Sam Fink about his journey as a soccer player.
Episode 12- Zach Neff
29:32Brice speaks to Belleville, Illinois native Zach Neff about playing professional baseball. He talks about his transition from Austin Peay State University to Mississippi State University.
Episode 11- Alyssa Mautz
32:39For this week's episode Brice spoke with Alyssa Mautz with the Chicago Red Stars about the grind of playing professionally. Alyssa touches on overcoming injuries and how she's been able to get to the level she is at.
Episode 10- Darius Jackson
37:37Brice speaks with Indianapolis Colts running back Darius Jackson about getting seen by college recruits while being from a small town and his journey to the NFL.
Episode 9- Katie Reed
29:26This week Brice speaks with Katie Reed, a former softball player for the University of Kentucky. She talks about being drafted to the Chicago Bandits, getting recruited in high school, and much more.
Episode 8- Andy Young
21:22This week Brice talks to Andy Young, an Indiana State Alum and current Arizona Diamondbacks infielder.
Episode 7- Isaac Harker
39:08This week Brice talks to quarterback Isaac Harker about his college journey that brought him to play in the Canadian Football League.
Episode 6- Sarah Luebbert
31:19Brice talks with the former Mizzou and current Chicago Red Star's soccer player Sarah Luebbert about the transition from college to the professional level.