We kick off this incredible episode with a weekend update and then get right into introducing our interns. Congratulations to Coolin for joining the team and to Drew for being appointed Chief intern. Really glad to have them around HQ and get some new bits going. We are actually planning a merch drop too, wow look at us. We wrap up in the intro with PLL picks for the Albany weekend. (40:22) Scott Ratliff joins us to discuss his trash talking despite being a nice guy, winning a national championship at Loyola, the MLL days, and the Archers. Scott also just released a book of poems titled If a Tree Had an Ego. Go check it out and support him. Special thanks to our sponsors - Sideline Swap and Red Truck Beef Jerky. Go check 'em out.
Glenn Clark Radio June 24, 2021 (Jordan Lawlar, Colin Tarbert, Scott Ratliff)
Glenn Clark Radio
The Orioles lost, Trae Young is awesome, we get another Game 7 in the NHL. What do we want out of a "new" arena if we're not going to get the NBA or the NHL? We discussed that in the first hour today, then late in the hour Baltimore Development Corporation President/CEO Colin Tarbert joined us to discuss how the project came about, what the realities are for the new building and more. Early in Hour 2, Texas HS shortstop Jordan Lawler, who many people believe COULD be the Orioles' selection with the fifth pick in the MLB Draft, joined us to discuss how prepared he'd be to become a "face" of the rebuild despite being so young. Great 8's Memorabilia's Kris Ruhling checked in to preview Sunday's "Tuckerfest" event and we wrapped the show by chatting with Archers LSM Scott Ratliff (Loyola) before the PLL returns to Homewood Field this weekend.
In today's episode of AWA, we feature Premier League Lacrosse Player, Scott Ratliff. He is a 5x All-Star, 5x Captain, 2018 Dave Huntley Man of The Year, 2019 Welles Crowther Humanitarian Award Winner. He is Co-Founder of The Give Go Foundation which focuses on growing the game of lacrosse and making it available to everyone. Listen in to hear more about his story. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventureswithaggie/support
S2E4 Athlete Series with Adam Ghitelman & Scott Ratliff
Mendi Sideline Huddle
The Sideline Huddle is our place to take a step back from the game, call a time out, and kick it with some incredible human beings & athletes to talk performance, science, equality, and inspiration, all while sharing a few laughs.Check out the following for more:Meet Adam: https://themendico.com/how-adam-ghitelman-recovers-with-mendiMeet Scott: https://themendico.com/how-scott-ratliff-recovers-with-mendiGive & Go Foundation: https://givegofund.com/Web: http://www.themendico.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themendicoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/themendicoTwitter: https://twitter.com/themendicoFull Episodes available at:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGTOzevw15Rqh4dUDgYCGEAiTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mendi-sideline-huddle/id1505833658Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1SwG3m6DXOUKPfpH1SzeuO
Scott Ratliff is a professional lacrosse player for Archers of the Premier Lacrosse League. He played collegiately at Loyola University of Maryland from 2010-2013 and was a member of the 2012 National Championship team. He talks about growing up in Marietta, Georgia, getting into lacrosse through his father, who was a great player at Maryland, and his great career at George Walton Comprehensive. Scott discusses his recruiting process, getting told he was more fit for a mid-major, and his decision to attend Loyola. He then talks about his great career there, where he was a two-time captain, an All-American, and holds several records as a long stickman. He goes into detail about the terrific 2012 season, going 18-1, making it to the Final Four, and the irony of beating the University of Maryland in the National Championship game. Scott explains how the Premier Lacrosse League came to be, his 8 professional seasons so far, and his love for coaching and growing the game in his free time. He is a Personal Development Coach, and created a non-profit called the Give and Go Foundation, traveling to countries, fundraising to help start programs, and creating scholarship funds. Scott also enjoys writing poetry in his time and hopes to write a book one day.Check out the Give and Go Website: https://givegofund.com
Episode #21: Scott Ratliff on Trusting Yourself, Overcoming Ego & Becoming a Leader
Grateful and Full of Greatness with Mark Glicini
Opponents on the field and like-minded friends off the field, Scott Ratliff sits down with Mark Glicini to discuss commitment to excellence, love for service, and what it takes to overcome ego. Scott is a 5x professional lacrosse all-star, 2x finalist for the Premier Lacrosse League's (PLL) Long-Stick-Midfielder of the Year, recipient of the 2019 Welles Crowther Humanitarian Award, co-founder of The Give & Go Foundation, and a trusted leadership consultant. He currently plays for the Archers Lacrosse Club in the PLL and runs Scott Ratliff Leadership. Listeners can expect to hear how Scott evolved from a young student-athlete from Georgia to a National Champion at Loyola and then to a high-performing professional athlete and coach. Scott states, "Great minds are..."
58 Taking Action to Make Dreams a Reality with PLL All Star Scott Ratliff
Forever Athlete Radio
Scott Ratliff joins the show, a professional Lacrosse Player for the Atlanta Archers. Scott has experienced a lot of success throughout his playing days including being a 5x All Star, a 5x Captain, 2018 Dave Huntley Man of The Year, and 2019 Welles Crowther Humanitarian Award Winner. Beyond sports, Scott is a coach, philanthropist, and a leadership/personal development expert. Scott shares how his environment, the culture of high school football, and his self belief all played a role in getting him to where he is today. He embodies the Athletic Mindset I'm excited to share this conversation with you all today! You can keep up with Scott at www.scottrat.com and on Instagram @scottratliff2 You can apply to More than Movement Coaching at www.corycamp.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cory-camp/message
Growing the Game and Team Culture with Adam Ghitelman and Scott Ratliff
The Inside Feed
Lisa and Emma are joined by Archers Goalie, Adam Ghitelman, and Long Stick Midfielder, Scott Ratliff, to discuss their unique room setup at the Championship Series (2:22-4:52), their experiences at the Championship Series (4:53-6:02), and how they would describe the Archers’ culture (6:03-8:41). Why they founded The Give & Go Foundation (8:42-10:43), a few of their favorite experiences since starting the foundation (10:44-15:09), the importance of starting their scholarship programs (15:10-21:27) and where they see Give & Go in 10 years (21:28-23:39).Lisa and Emma then see how well Adam and Scott really know one another with a series of fun questions (23:40-31:21).Lisa then puts Emma’s knowledge to the test with an Archers specific, “That’s Speed Boiii.” (31:54-35:09).Let us know your favorite bits from the episode by tagging us at @TheInsideFeed, @lisaredmond29 and @emmadamz on Instagram and Twitter! You can follow Adam on Instagram and Twitter, @adam8taylor and Scott @scottratliff2 on Instagram and @srat2 on Twitter. You can also follow The Give & Go Foundation on IG @givegofund.
The pride of ATL joins us for Episode 26 to talk about how the stars aligned to bring him to Loyola, the magic of the 2012 season (Go Finland!) and why beating MD in the National Championship meant so much to him (and his dad). Watch the video version on YouTube here.