In this episode of the Podcast we have Doug Porter of Bethel University and Lauren Glenn of Olivet Nazarene University. Doug Porter was the teacher and Lauren was the student. They are playing each other on Wednesday 11/4. So we get to see two System teams versus each other so we discussed that a little bit then they take questions from Marc Hart about the System. Join our Facebook Group For more information on System Basketball Virtual Clinics --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/systembasketball/support
On this episode of The Baskipedia Podcast with your host Marc Hart we have Coach Gary Smith and Doug Porter. We discuss The system, their experiences running it, we discuss the importance of Coach A and how the system has adapted over the years.To get their copy of the book get it here: Coaching the System Book by Doug Porter and Gary Smith: They also did zoom clinics for System Basketball available here: http://www.systembasketball.com/system-clinics.htmlFollow us on facebook to get all the latest updates on the podcast: http://www.facebook.com/thebaskipediapodcast--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/systembasketball/support
BMO Blue Book: A Discussion with BMO Chief Economist Doug Porter
BMO COVID-19 Insights
Doug Porter discusses the release of the BMO Blue Book, with a focus on the Canadian economy, key sectors and small businesses as they start to emerge from COVID-19 lockdowns. The BMO Blue Book combines the expertise of BMO's economists with information on current national and provincial business conditions provided to BMO's business bankers by local businesspeople.
Episode 147: Chalk Talk Series #3: "Coaching the System" with Coach Doug Porter, Gary Smith and Mike Szydlowski
Championship Vision Basketball Podcast
Featuring Doug Porter (Author of “Coaching the System”) A complete guide to basketball’s most explosive style of play Bethel University, Women’s Basketball Head Coach (2019-present) Wheaton College (Ill.), Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach (1986-89 and 2017-18) North Central College (Ill.), Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach (2012-17) Olivet Nazarene University (Ill.), Women’s Basketball Head Coach (1998-12) Aurora University (Ill.), Women’s Basketball Head Coach (1994-96) West Texas A&M University, Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach (1991-94) Coached 35 All-Conference players, 6 Conference MVPs, and 38 Academic All-Americans Set 16 national statistical records, led the nation in scoring 11 times and set college basketball’s single season records for all levels in both steals (735) and scoring average (104.1) Coach Gary Smith (Co-Author of “Coaching the System”) Smith began coaching at the University of Redlands in 1971-72, following a short stint at San Bernardino High School. Since then, he has compiled an overall record of 439-458, gaining his 400th win at the end of the 2002-03 season. In conference competition, the Bulldogs have gone 221-221 under his leadership. He guided the men's basketball team to the 1975-76 conference championship, which was the program's first title since Smith's senior season in 1964. His teams captured the crown again in 1981-82, 1984-85 and 1989-90. During the 1984-85 season, the Redlands squad finished third at the NCAA Western Regional. Smith later developed an up-tempo style of play, which led the team to three NCAA Division III National Scoring Championships in 1989, 1991, and 1992. The Bulldogs recently returned to a similar style and recaptured the scoring championship with a record-breaking season average of 132.4 in 2004-05. Mike Szydlowski (Sid) has been the varsity girls’ coach at St. Francis High School since 1995. His tenure ranks him amongst the longest tenured coaches in the area. He recently set the all-time win record in St. Francis basketball history (boys or girls). He has coached numerous All-Conference players; his teams have received Journal team of the week on three different occasions; and he was also selected CNI Newspapers Coach of the Year. He has had multiple players selected to play in the WBCA State All Star Game, and he served as the head coach for the South All Stars in 2011 and an assistant coach in 2013. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-furtado/support
COVID-19 Economic Impact and Forecast – An Interview with Doug Porter
The Wealth Experience
On March 23, Sylvain Brisebois, Senior Vice-President and National Sales Manager, BMO Private Wealth, spoke with Doug Porter, Chief Economist, BMO Financial Group, to discuss the parallels and differences between this, and previous crisis, and to discuss the economic impact, and updated forecasts. Disclosures:The comments contained in this podcast are general in nature, provided for information purposes only, and do not constitute legal, investment, trust, estate, accounting or tax advice. They are provided for general guidance, based on information believed to be accurate and complete, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Unless otherwise qualified, any opinions, estimates and projections in this report are those of the speakers as of the release date, are subject to change without notice, and may not reflect those of BMO Private Wealth. This podcast may not reflect all available information.BMO Private Wealth is a brand name for a business group consisting of Bank of Montreal and certain of its affiliates in providing private wealth management products and services. Not all products and services are offered by all legal entities within BMO Private Wealth. Banking services are offered through Bank of Montreal. Investment management, wealth planning, tax planning, philanthropy planning services are offered through BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. and BMO Private Investment Counsel Inc. Estate, trust, and custodial services are offered through BMO Trust Company. BMO Private Wealth legal entities do not offer tax advice. BMO Trust Company and BMO Bank of Montreal are Members of CDIC.® Registered trademark of Bank of Montreal, used under license.
Just how bad will the coronavirus pandemic be for Canada’s economy? (BMO chief economist Doug Porter)
Down to Business
BMO Financial Group chief economist Doug Porter joins host Emily Jackson to talk about the unprecedented turmoil the Canadian economy is already going through from the impact of coronavirus shutdowns and what it faces ahead.
‘Uncertainty’: What Canada’s minority government means for our economy (BMO Chief economist Doug Porter)
Down to Business
The Liberals are back in power with a minority government – and that means uncertainty for Canada’s economy and its businesses. This week on Down to Business, host Emily Jackson speaks with BMO chief economist Doug Porter about how the election results could affect deficit spending, the energy sector and the housing market.
Episode 57: Coach Doug Porter: Head Womens Basketball Coach Bethel University- Creator of The "System"
Championship Vision Basketball Podcast
Porter comes to the Pilots with nearly 30 years of collegiate coaching experience with stops at West Texas A&M, Aurora (Ill.), Olivet Nazarene (Ill.), North Central (Ill.), and most recently at Wheaton (Ill.) In 16 years as a head coach, Porter has amassed 312 wins and won seven regular season conference titles and has made five postseason national tournament appearances. In his two years at Aurora, he led his teams to 36 wins and two NIIC conference championships and made an appearance in the NCAA Division III Sweet Sixteen in 1995. He established AU records for most wins in a season (22), most points scored in a season (2,137), and most points scored in a single game (111). He was named the NIIC Coach of the Year each season. As the head man at Olivet Nazarene for 14 seasons, Porter led the Tigers to five CCAC regular season titles and three CCAC tournament championships. He set ONU records for consecutive home court wins (29) and went undefeated in CCAC play at 17-0 in 2012. His up-tempo offense led the NAIA in scoring seven times in a span of eight seasons and he was named the CCAC Coach of the Year five times. He was inducted into the Olivet Nazarene Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018. In all, Porter has coached 35 All-Conference players, six Conference MVPs, and 38 Academic All-Americans. His teams hold 16 national statistical records, leading the nation in scoring 11 times and setting college basketball's single season records at any level in both steals (735) and scoring average (104.1). firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.roundball.net/ email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-furtado/support