Unsportsmanlike Conduct Podcast
This Podcast is hosted by Christian Olanowski. The podcast touches on various recent events in the sport of wrestling, digs into the topic of mindset, and even how these lessons convert to the life after athletics.
info_outline Episode #23 - Nate Yetzer, Ferrum College Head Wrestling Coach 09/11/2019
Episode #23 - Nate Yetzer, Ferrum College Head Wrestling Coach Nate Yetzer joins the podcast in attempt to top Michael Jordan as the best #23 to ever exist. Listen to coach Yetzer talk about his journey to Ferrum, what it takes to build a program, and talks D3 Wrestling.
info_outline Episode #22-Tamyra Mensah-Stock, World Bronze Medalist 09/03/2019
Episode #22-Tamyra Mensah-Stock, World Bronze Medalist Tamyra Mensah-Stock becomes a pioneer for Unsportsmanlike Conduct as the World Bronze Medalist becomes the first woman on the podcast. Listen to Tamyra talk about how her twin got her into wrestling, how she's overcome mental barriers in the sport, and learn more about what she enjoys outside the sport.
info_outline Episode #21-Taylor Misuna, Notre Dame College All-American 08/21/2019
Episode #21-Taylor Misuna, Notre Dame College All-American Taylor Misuna was a State Champion in Virginia and is currently heading into his senior season at Notre Dame College where he was an All-American in 2018. This episode is really special because his father, Charlie, was on episode #12 and Taylor really dives into the wild ride he's had up to this point.
info_outline Episode #20-J'den Cox, World Champion, Olympic/World Bronze Medalist 08/14/2019
Episode #20-J'den Cox, World Champion, Olympic/World Bronze Medalist While many people know J'den Cox is the one of the best athletes in the world, many forget he is musically gifted and can speak sign language. J'den and I walk through how he got into music and why he began learning sign language. He also discusses talks Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020, the upcoming World Championships and much more.
info_outline Episode #19-Frank Beasley, George Mason University head Wrestling Coach 08/08/2019
Episode #19-Frank Beasley, George Mason University head Wrestling Coach George Mason University Head Wrestling Coach Frank Beasley is a man who takes pride in where he comes from and the work he's done. His work ethic is contagious and bleeds into the culture of everywhere he goes.Frank talks about how an unfortunate ending to his competitive career brought him to a coaching career, how his various coaching stops brought him to GMU, and the future of wrestling. Follow GMU Wrestling on Social media @GMUWrestling Follow Frank Beasley on Social Media @F_Beasley
info_outline Episode 18-Bryan Medlin, IRTC Head Coach/University of Illinois Director of Ops 08/01/2019
Episode 18-Bryan Medlin, IRTC Head Coach/University of Illinois Director of Ops Bryan Medlin is the Head Coach of the Illinois RTC and the Director of Ops for the University of Illinois Wrestling Program. Bryan joins the podcast to talk about how his military background got him back into the sport when he was stationed in Japan. Bryan also touches on why Illinois is successful in FS/GR and the people who have impacted their performances at Fargo. Listen to hear that and much more!
info_outline Episode #17-Ty Walz 07/26/2019
Episode #17-Ty Walz Ty Walz joins the podcast and talks how his role has changed over the last few weeks and how the new additions to the staff will make an impact on his run to #Tokyo2020. Ty also talks about all the coaches who have impacted him through his time at VT, how he got started, and all the people who pushed him that were involved in the storied program that is St. Edward's.
info_outline Episode #16-Joe Dubuque 07/18/2019
Episode #16-Joe Dubuque Princeton Associate Head Coach, Joe Dubuque has been someone I have looked up to since I watched him win his 2nd NCAA title in 2005. Joe talks about how a Jersey boy from a big Italian family ended up in winning 2 NCAA titles at Indiana. Joe also talks about his coaching path and turn around that's happened since his arrival at Princeton in 2012.
info_outline Episode #15-Joe Rau 07/11/2019
Episode #15-Joe Rau 2019 Greco-Roman World Team member at 87KG joins the podcast and shares his incredible journey. Joe Rau went from never winning a match as at his high school state tournament to winning a Division III NCAA Title to having made 2 World Teams. Joe talks about his mindset shift and how his "diet" improves the way he performs.
info_outline Episode 14 - Eric Olanowski 07/04/2019
Episode 14 - Eric Olanowski Holy crap...it took 14 episodes to have my older brother on the podcast. Eric and I talk about how he changed his mindset to become one of the best guys in the country then committed to a HBCU as a kid from the beach. Also, we talk about a lot of international wrestling!
info_outline Episode #13-Wesley Maskill 06/28/2019
Episode #13-Wesley Maskill My former college teammate and newly named Head Coach of Rochester University, Wesley Maskill, joins me for lucky episode #13. Wesley is one of the most positive, uplifting leaders I've ever met and is working to build a new program while raising a son. Learn about Wesley's journey and what he's looking forward to in his first head coaching role.
info_outline Episode #12-Charlie Misuna (Team Dad) 06/20/2019
Episode #12-Charlie Misuna (Team Dad) Prestige Worldwide Team Dad joins the podcast to talk about the good ole days of Virginia Wrestling and Prestige Worldwide. Charlie also talks about the lessons he learned from raising a high level athlete and gives some information on the highly anticipated #CatalinaWineMixer2020
info_outline Episode #10-Max Rohskopf 06/06/2019
Episode #10-Max Rohskopf Max Rohskopf joins episode #10 of the Unsportsmanlike Conduct making the double digit milestone of the podcast. Max discusses his upbringing and how that motivated him in the sport of wrestling. He also dives into what his wrestling career looked like from the start all the way through his final days at NC State. After leaving Raleigh, Max made his way out to Las Vegas where he now trains full time and and is currently 2-0 in MMA.
info_outline Episode #9-Joey Dance 05/30/2019
Episode #9-Joey Dance Davidson College becomes a pioneer for the podcast becoming the first Division I Wrestling Coach to hop on the podcast. Joey Dance just got engaged and talks about what his experience has been like through his first year coaching in college, why he transitioned to coaching, and much more.
info_outline Episode #8-Jake Deitchler 05/23/2019
Episode #8-Jake Deitchler 2008 Olympian, Jake Deitchler joins the Unsportsmanlike Conduct Podcast to talk about where living in "WrestlerVille", his experience as an Olympian, and the invaluable lessons he learned in the sport. Jake also gives up an in-depth perspective of what its like to make an Olympic team fresh out of high school and how everything came to fruition.
info_outline Episode VII-Gabriel Townsell 05/17/2019
Episode VII-Gabriel Townsell Gabriel Townsell joins the Unsportsmanlike Conduct to talk about what it was like growing up in Chicago and wrestling for national powerhouse OPRF. Townsell also dives into how he got into music, where the name VII came from, who inspires him, what he's got working and when his new music will drop. Lastly, Townsell discusses wrestling for Stanford and what he will be up to this summer
info_outline Episode #6-Kevin Beazley 05/14/2019
Episode #6-Kevin Beazley Kevin Beazley joins the Unsportsmanlike Conduct Podcast to talk about growing up in the state of Michigan and some of the incredible coaching he had growing up. Kevin shares a great story about the only trophy in the room at DCC and much more. Listen until the end for huge news on whats in story next for Beazley!
info_outline Unsportsmanlike Conduct Episode #5-Dillon Dull 05/07/2019
Unsportsmanlike Conduct Episode #5-Dillon Dull Dillon Dull joins the Unsportsmanlike Conduct podcast to talk about his journey as a new real estate investor and how he got started in his business. Also, Dillon talks about the lessons he learned in the sport and how it has impacted the way he does business today.
info_outline Unsportsmanlike Episode #4-Blake Roulo 05/01/2019
Unsportsmanlike Episode #4-Blake Roulo Averett University assistant coach, Blake Roulo, joins the podcast to talk about his career in wrestling as well as how he got started in music. Blake describes his journey going from Virginia to Buffalo and back to GMU. Also, listen up for some BIG NEWS coming in Blake's life and the goals he has for himself and his program.
info_outline Unsportsmanlike Conduct Episode #2-Buck Watkins 04/02/2019
Unsportsmanlike Conduct Episode #2-Buck Watkins Buck Watkins is the head wrestling coach at Frazier High School in PA. Buck has a very unique story of giving back to smaller wrestling communities where he travels the nation running camps. A teacher, mentor, and mindset coach, Buck shares his experiences that make him a distinctive individual.