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Episode 32 - Joe Norton

D3 Nation

ABOUT THE EPISODE North Central Men's and Women's Head Coach Joe Norton is our featured guest for today. Coach Norton has been a part of the Cardinal Program for 13 years, 4 as a wrestler and 9 as a coach. He took over the Head Coach position in 2014 and has helped bring the Cardinals back into top-ten. North Central is going to be in team trophy contention for the next few years. The Women's wrestling program is also in a strong position nationally after only starting a couple of years ago. We talk about his path to North Central, what it is like to be running two programs, his coaching staff, the state of women's wrestling and becoming an NCAA sport, and much more. FOLLOW THE PODCAST https://anchor.fm/coachbonx2 | Twitter - @D3NationPodcast              ABOUT THE PODCAST Hosted by Anthony and Gennaro Bonaventura, former DIII wrestlers at Waynesburg University and current DIII Assistant Coaches (Stevens Institute of Technology & Waynesburg). The D3 Nation podcast mission is to provide DIII wrestling news and updates throughout the year. We also look forward to delivering episodes featuring DIII coaches and wrestlers as special guests to share their stories. We are both passionate about DIII wrestling and want to use this platform to keep the wrestling community educated on what is happening in DIII plus raise awareness of the amazing stories in DIII Wrestling.

44mins

18 Jan 2021

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Episode #3 - Joe Norton

Four to Four

Episode #3 we welcome Joe Norton! Joe played division 1 at George Mason University and he has now returned to MAson as an assitant coach and strength and conditioning coach. Joe had a great career and dives into his start to volleyball and his dicision to get a graduate degree instead of going overseas. He is also playing in the professional league in the USA for team LVC. 

53mins

28 Oct 2020

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Joe Norton, a no-nonsense down-to-earth Indigenous leader, is dead at 70

RCI | English : Reports

Joseph Tokwiroh Norton, a straight-talking, no-nonsense, down-to earth man who spent much of his life fighting for the rights of members of the Mohawk Nation and other Indigenious people in Canada, has died.Norton, who served for nearly 30 years as the Grand Chief of Kahnawake, across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal, was 70.The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake confirmed Norton's death shortly after 9:30 p.m. Friday, saying he suffered a fall at his home in the afternoon and had been taken to hospital.Grand Chief Joe Norton is pictured in Kahnawake on Sept. 18, 2018. (Graham Hughes/THE CANADIAN PRESS)“He became known as a strong voice for Indigenous solidarity, defiance and determination. As a statesman, he carried a vision in continually striving for the advancement of Indigenous governance," the council said in a statement. Following the news of Norton's death, public figures paid tribute to Norton.Yesterday, we lost Grand Chief Joe Norton, who was a dominant force in First Nations leadership for more than three decades. He was also a wonderful friend and mentor, and was always warm and supportive. My thoughts are with Joe’s family as he journeys to be with our Creator.— Perry Bellegarde (@perrybellegarde) August 15, 2020Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde described Norton as “a dominant force in First Nations leadership for more than three decades” as well as a wonderful friend and mentor in a tweet on Saturday.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also tweeted his consoldenes, writing that Norton was a "passionate advocate for his community and served with distinction." For three decades, Grand Chief Joseph Norton was a passionate advocate for his community and served with distinction. He leaves behind a remarkable legacy - and my thoughts are with his family, friends, and entire community as they mourn his passing.— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) August 15, 2020Former Quebec native affairs minister Geoffrey Kelley remembered Norton as a very determined--but fair--leader.“Joe Norton defined Mohawk pride,” Kelley told the Montreal Gazette in an interview..“He was someone who stood up for his community, his people, his nation. He was a man who gave almost his whole life to leadership in his community, and he made a great contribution to Kahnawake and to Indigenous rights and Indigenous causes right across Canada. He was an extraordinary individual.”Norton first gained public attention as a key Mohawk negotiator during the 1990 Oka Crisis--a 78-day standoff between Quebec Mohawks and Canadian soldiers over the proposed expansion of a golf course near the town of Oka. (In 2002, Norton was honoured with a National Aboriginal Achievement Award (now known as Indspire) for Public Service in 2002, for his role as a key negotiator in the Oka crisis.) He later negotiated agreements with Quebec government ensuring more power.Members of the Quebec government and Native leaders talk to the media in Quebec City regarding a preliminary agreement to remove the barricade at Oka. on Aug. 2, 1990. From left are Lauwrence Cantoreille, Joe Norton, Mohawk chief of Kahnawaka, John Ciaccia, minister of Native Affairs, Quebec premier Robert Bourassa and Konrad Sioui, of the Assembly of First Nations. (Clement Allard/THE CANADIAN PRESS)This past February, Norton spoke out against a court order to dismantle a railway blockade in the community, which had been erected in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, saying Quebec provincial police and the police service operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway had no place in the community.A long-time ironworker, a former star lacrosse player and a fluent speaker of Kanien'kéha, Norton was first elected to the Mohawk Council of Kahnawake in 1978 and became grand chief in 1982, serving until his retirement in 2004.He returned to politics in 2015 and was elected leader once again.

10mins

18 Aug 2020

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Joe Norton, Head men’s and women’s wrestling coach at Division 3 North Central College in Illinois.

Ward Wrestling Live

North Central College Wrestling, Illinois Wrestling, Florida Wrestling, Recruiting with Joe Norton--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-ward9/support

29mins

4 Jun 2020

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Interview with NCAA North Central Head Coach Joe Norton

AWW Radio

The Bleacher Brothers interview with Joe Norton, the head coach of rising program North Central in Napier, IL. The Cardinals had five All-Americans this year, including two finalists & finished the season ranked #7 in the NCAA. Hosts Derek & Ben Levendusky get the scoop on the successful wrestling program and have some fun along the way with segments like “Vision Quest Trivia” & “How Well Do You Know Yelena Makoyed?”

59mins

7 May 2020

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#24: Caleb Swann (Memphis Grizzles) & Joe Norton (PGA Tour)

MELT Presents: The Struggle Is Real

In our final installment of this unique series, we are turning our attention to the ranks of professional sports to see how sports marketing is done at the highest levels of competition.First, host Adam Schick and MELT's Director of Public Relations & Community Affairs Mark Harmon chat with Memphis Grizzles Senior Director for Development Caleb Swann about the tremendous growth happening in the NBA and how they are using that power to boost their corporate partners (1:01).Then, PGA Tour Sales Representative Joe Norton talks about the challenges of starting a career in sales and the future of the golf industry (15:30).Finally, our last MELT U Roundtable features program graduates and current MELT Digital & Social Media Coordinators Tristan Watson and Ellis Baxter sharing what they learned from the internship and how it prepared them for the real world (27:55).Please leave a review if you've enjoyed this series and for more information, visit MELTATL.com.

36mins

30 Nov 2018

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ST180: Can we get to the bottom of the Knox College wrestling situation with former coaches Joe Norton and Matt Lowers?

Short Time Wrestling Podcast

Episode 180 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast will talk to two former Knox College wrestling coaches in the hopes of finding out just where the issues arose after the school cut its Division III wrestling program last week. Joe Norton and Matt Lowers both ran the program for one year. Norton left prior to this past season to take the coaching post at his alma mater, Division III North Central College in Naperville, Ill. Certainly no shame in having an opportunity to coach one's alma mater. Lowers, a Concordia-Moorhead graduate, was previously the head coach at the University of the Cumberlands, an NAIA program in Kentucky. He stepped away from coaching Knox after one year due to medical issues. Both Norton and Lowers talk about where they saw the program heading, why they left and what happened to the alleged dedication to the program from boosters? Both coaches believed there was a pledge from alumni to help fund the program for five seasons. Norton and Lowers were the first two full-time head coaches in program history after Tony Islas stepped down after 12 years as a part-time coach. Where do we go from here? Shop, drop and roll Mat Talk Online has now launched an affiliate store through Amazon.com. So if you're looking for wrestling shoes, movies, books or digital downloads, check out mattalkonline.com/store today. And if you haven't already, head to www.mattalkonline.com/getshorttime to leave a rating and a review on iTunes. The Short Time Time Wrestling Podcast is proudly sponsored by Flipswrestling. Share your attitude and be heard at Flipswrestling.com. Contribute And if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, consider becoming a contributor by going to www.patreon.com/mattalkonline. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of patronage. If you like wrestling content -- scratch that -- if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a contributor. How much you give is solely up to how much you believe it's worth to you. Looking to start a podcast of your own? Get a free month with Libsyn.com by using the promo code MTO when you sign up. You'll get the remainder of the month from when you sign up as well as the next month free. It'll be enough time to kick the tires and lights some fires. SUBSCRIBE TO SHORT TIME iTunes | Stitcher | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | SoundCloud | iOS App | Android App | RSS

53mins

2 Jul 2015

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TheatreCast #21| Motivating Social Change with Joe Norton of BC/EFA

THEATRECAST

 Joe Norton, director of Outreach and Education, for  Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS shares with Nick Cusumano and Danielle Filas on ways of motivating students to get involved in social change.  Joe inspires us to help our students change the world through the arts.  He also tells about all the great things that BC/EFA does through it’s various programs.

44mins

26 Jul 2013

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Interview with Joe Norton – 1991

CKUT TIME CAPSULE

Interview with Joseph Norton Date: February 13, 1991 Produced by: David Blair Show: Off the Hour Joseph Norton, the Grand Chief of the Mohawk Council at Kahnawake, reviews the conflict of jurisdiction and policing between the federal government and the Mohawks. He explains the formation and reason for establishing the Peace Keeping Force. He concludes with what be believes the government should do in order to not give but to actually acknowledge the Mohawks’ autonomy. Interview conducted by then  CKUT news programmer David Blair – currently David is CBC’s business reporter. Download Audio here

13 Feb 1991