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Latest 28 Jan 2023 | Updated Daily

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Hour 4 - MD Women's Head B-ball Coach Brenda Frese - Going to the phone lines - Daily Line - Encore and What We Learned

The Big Bad Morning Show

In the final hour of Friday's BBMS, MD Women's B-ball coach Brenda Frese calls in to preview tonight's #17 MD vs #1 South Carolina matchup, the guys then take some phone calls before going to the Daily Line, where Jeremy tells you where to put your money this weekend.  Joe then gives you the Encore and the guys then tell you What they Learned today.

33mins

11 Nov 2022

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Glenn Clark Radio March 15, 2022 (Brenda Frese, Jonas Shaffer, Patrick Stevens, Simply The Bets)

Glenn Clark Radio

It's a Tuesday edition of Glenn Clark Radio and we've got a lot to cover before we hit Simply The Bets at 11:40. At 10:20, Maryland Women's Head Basketball Coach, Brenda Frese joins the show ahead of the Lady Terps first round matchup with Delaware in the NCAA Tournament. At 10:45, Patrick Stevens is back for his local collage basketball and lacrosse segment, and at 11:20, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun will join us to talk about the Ravens as the legal tampering period is open ahead of the beginning of free agency. That and more on GCR!March Madness is upon us and on Simply The Bets, we're ready to help you make some money. At 11:45, VSiN's Aaron Oster (fresh off his INCREDIBLE Cal State Fullerton pick last week) is here to offer his 5 L's for the week-his local, long-term, longshot, loveable and loser bets. And at 11:05, Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland Fanduel Sportsbook GM Bruce Bilek checks in to get us ready for the Madness this weekend.

2hr 26mins

15 Mar 2022

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Women's History Month Part 1: Brenda Frese, Meghan Ryan Nemzer, Katie Dougherty

Hear The Turtle

In Part 1 of a two part series, Maryland women's basketball legend Christy Winters-Scott helms a roundtable conversation with women's basketball head coach Brenda Frese, women's soccer head coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer and women's tennis head coach Katie Dougherty in celebration of Women's History Month.

23mins

28 Feb 2022

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Episode 169: Brenda Frese, Relationships, Switching and Transition

The Basketball Podcast

Guest: Brenda Frese, University of Maryland Head Coach In this week's coaching conversation, University of Maryland head coach Brenda Frese joins the Basketball Podcast to discuss relationships, switching and transition, along with many of the things that have sustained her remarkable success.  Few coaches across any sport can claim the level of consistency and standard of excellence as Brenda Frese can in her 19 years at Maryland. Two-time National Coach of the Year, Frese's high work rate and positive attitude has resulted in 16 top-15 recruiting classes, three Final Fours, 14 conference titles and a National Championship in 2006. Frese has balanced that strong work ethic with a fun and family-friendly environment, also becoming a wife and a mother of twin boys, giving birth to them in the midst of one of the most successful seasons in the program's history. With the birth of her twins in February of 2008, she becomes one of only six coaches to win a national championship and be a parent. Since her first season at the helm when the team won just 10 games, Frese has guided Maryland to a National Championship in 2006, 18 winning seasons, 17-straight 20-win seasons, seven 30-win campaigns and 17 bids to the NCAA Tournament. In 2021, she signed an extension through at least the 2026-27 season. With rollover years, she can be on the Maryland sidelines through 2028. Breakdown1:00 - Keys to Consistent Success4:00 - Concept of After Care6:00 - Strategies for Practice Phase8:00 - Developing his Staffs11:00 - Individual Development of a Player17:00 - Struggling with Trainers19:00 - Adding Challenge on Players21:00 - Coaching is More Non-Linear24:00 - Getting in Space27:00 - Develop Switching31:00 - Developing Triple Switching32:00 - White Line Help36:00 - Transition38:00 - Attacking The Middle42:00 - Progression of Reads44:00 - Couple Counters46:00 - Triangle48:00 - Hybrid Motion50:00 - Individual DevelopmentBrenda Frese’ Bio:Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brenda_FreseTwitter: https://twitter.com/BrendaFreseBasketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionBetOnline Website:Website: www.betonline.agBest in the West Video SeriesBest in the West Website: http://bestinthewestclinic.com/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

51mins

23 Jun 2021

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Brenda Frese on Family, Ego, and Coaching

Intentional Performers with Brian Levenson

Brenda Frese has become an absolute legend, as she has built a juggernaut of a program with Women’s Basketball at the University of Maryland. On the court, she is a 2x National Coach of the Year, including this past season. In 2006, Brenda led the team to the National Championship. With Brenda at the helm, Maryland has made 3 NCAA Final Fours, 6 NCAA Elite Eights, 8 Sweet 16 appearances, and has 13 conference titles. Over the last 20+ years, she has helped lead amazing programs. But really, at the University of Maryland she has left her mark and created a legacy that will live on far beyond her time there. In this episode we discuss Brenda’s upbringing and childhood with her 5 siblings, if faith played a big role in her house growing up (9:18), 6-on-6 basketball (11:39), the benefits of 6-on-6, as well as what that experience was like (13:10), when and why she decided to focus in on basketball (14:16), the values her parents passed down to her (15:30), how she thinks about retirement in her future (17:08), some of the hobbies she’s enjoyed doing over the last year that she doesn’t typically have time for during a “normal” season (19:17), parenting advice, as well as the experience of having her son diagnosed with cancer and what she learned from it (21:59), if there were any actions of friends that really stood out during this difficult time in her life (26:22), what it was like for her playing college basketball at Arizona (29:22), kids (35:18), if her twins are more similar or different (36:41), what it was like coaching while pregnant and after having kids (37:36), when she decided she wanted to pursue coaching (39:25), the core values of her high school coach, her parents, and the University of Maryland Women’s Basketball Team (42:10), what she does to make sure she’s at her best while also carrying the weight of worrying about her players and staff (45:22), how often she thinks a call will be “good” when she receives one from a parent (45:54), how it makes her feel when she hears about all of her accomplishments (48:30), how she thinks about putting her staff together (51:16), what has led to misalignment between Brenda and some of her staff members who haven’t worked out (53:03), how she decouples team success and performance from her own value (58:41), how to not let results dictate who she is (1:01:51), Stu Singer (1:06:10), character (1:09:36), and what she does to make sure she’s in a good place mentally (1:12:44). You can check out Brenda on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram @BrendaFrese. Additionally, I strongly encourage you to check out Brenda’s book, Overtime is our Time. Lastly, you can check out the University of Maryland Women’s Basketball Team website here. Thank you so much to Brenda for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian

1hr 18mins

26 May 2021

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Episode 41 : Brenda Frese

On the Road with Buck & Phil

Brenda Frese, 2X AP Women’s Basketball Coach of the year at Maryland shares her passion and many of the principles that helped the Terps to the 2006 NCAA Championship and establish a long run of success in College Park. The misadventures of celebrity travel take Buck and Phil back to the days of traveling to and from Toronto, and there’s new hope for the Washington Wizards and their quest for the 2021 playoffs. Who better to break it all down than the legendary broadcast team of Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier.

49mins

22 Apr 2021

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Take It To The Bank (Feat. Kim Mulkey, Brenda Frese, and Sedona Prince)

Token CEO

On today’s Token CEO, Erika had the chance to talk with some of the biggest names in the game, including Kim Mulkey, the legendary head coach of the Baylor Bears and only person (man or woman) to win a title as a player, assistant coach AND head coach! Brenda Frese, long-time favorite and head coach of the dominant Maryland Terrapins, and last but not least, everyone’s favorite TikToker and face of the sport, Sedona Prince of the Oregon Ducks to talk WTF it’s been like in this bubble... Episode Breakdown: Coach Kim Mulkey: (03:54) Coach Brenda Frese (30:35) Sedona Prince: (44:52)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/tokenceo

56mins

30 Mar 2021

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Maryland Women's Basketball Head Coach Brenda Frese on the Big Bad Morning Show - 03-17-21

The Big Bad Morning Show

Maryland Terps Women's Basketball Coach Brenda Frese joined the Big Bad Morning Show on Wednesday as her second-seeded Terps team is preparing for the Women's NCAA Tournament down in San Antonio.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

10mins

17 Mar 2021

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Glenn Clark Radio February 16, 2021 (Brenda Frese, Drew Forrester)

Glenn Clark Radio

Happy Tuesday. Glenn is worked up about the Jalen Johnson thing. Not because he cares about Duke (haha Duke sucks) but because he's sick of people trying to distract from the real conversation (how broken the NCAA is) by instead choosing to talk about whether Johnson is "quitting" or whatever. We'll get back to that. Near the bottom of Hour 1, Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese joined us after claiming her 500th win at Maryland Sunday night, breaking Chris Weller's school record. She also discussed the opportunity ahead for her current team and the program's push to get NIL in play. In Hour 2, a heated chat with Drew Forrester (DrewsMorningDish.com) about Johnson and the NIL issue. Really. It was quite the spirited chat. Oh and also, are you ready to go to Orioles games just yet?

2hr 15mins

16 Feb 2021

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Episode 12: Maryland Women's Basketball Coach Brenda Frese

On the Bench with Mike Hall

Mike talks Terps with Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese.0:00 -- Introduction to Brenda Frese1:38 -- Brenda Frese on TikTok and social media4:57 -- Brenda Frese on Winning a National Championship9:34 -- Brenda Frese on recruiting philosophy and success13:28 -- Brenda Frese on leaving Minnesota for Maryland17:38 -- Brenda Frese on favorite Debbie Yow story20:28 -- Brenda Frese on Maryland home court advantage21:57 -- Brenda Frese on Maryland leaving ACC for Big Ten25:38 -- Brenda Frese on media access philosophy27:38 -- Brenda Frese on her sister looking like her29:04 -- Brenda Frese on what motivates her31:11 -- Brenda Frese on 2019-20 Maryland team32:36 -- "B4 You Go" segment

37mins

26 Jan 2021

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