In this episode, Corner Kick host, Brooks Laimbeer, sits down with Spartan Soccer Club’s events coordinator Travis Trainor, president Ben Erdman and communications director, Mitch King.
This new club on campus wants to get students together to enjoy the game that is taking the world by storm.
This week, Secret Society caught up with Moose, the women’s ultimate frisbee team and players Biebs, Lindy, and Trudge had a lot to share about their summer activities.
Once high school comes to an end, most athletes hang up their cleats alongside any dreams of playing on the grand stage of a collegiate World Series.
The 13 players of the Michigan State club softball team took that dusty dream and made it their reality for the second consecutive year.
While most MSU students are wrapping up their school year, some club sports are just getting started. This week’s guests are all about swimming, biking and running.
On the 12th installment of the Impact Sports Club Sports podcast, Secret Society host Bradley Allen met up with Josh Isaacson and Santiago Arrangoiz of Michigan State Triathlon.
Moose is back on Secret Society!
Fellow Impact Sports multimedia journalist, Romero Hardy, sat in on the podcast with host Bradley Allen to talk with the women’s ultimate frisbee club.
The hosts discovered the teammates their favorite extracurricular activities, and the relationships they have developed through ultimate frisbee.
What do you get when you cross Pool Time with Behind the Mask? Underwater hockey on Secret Society! Host Bradley Allen sat down with the executive board of the Michigan State University Underwater Hockey Club and got a quick lesson on how the sport is played. Also discussed are the love connections made on the co-ed club team and some of their favorite extra-curricular activities. Read More…
As the team continues its relentless march, the Michigan State men’s crew club will be preparing to race in the 19th annual Don Lubbers Cup Regatta this weekend on Saturday, April 12. This will be MSU’s sixth race of the season, and third of the spring.
During their last outing in the Cincinnati Regatta, the varsity eight finished second behind Cincinnati by three seconds in the final race.
No intro? No in-studio guests? No problem.
Secret Society is changing things up this week! Host Bradley Allen experiments with a new format for lucky number seven, a Quidditch World Cup preview.
Secrets are revealed on episode 4 of Secret Society as Bradley Allen talks with the Spartan Ski Club.
President Brennen O’berski, Vice President Kat Smith, Promotional Representative Brittney Heatherington and Junior Officer Charlie Nicoli share their experience with ski club— including their Relay for Life fundraiser, social events and ski trips.
Secret Society is back with episode three, and Bradley Allen brings fellow Impact Sports multimedia reporter Brett Kast into the studio late-night to talk about the Michigan Dodgeball Cup that took place Feb. 15 at IM West.
We also learn the details about Brett’s favorite MSU sports moment and a couple of his own secrets!
Bradley Allen sat down with four members of Michigan State Quidditch for episode two of Secret Society.
President Mel Walker and head coach Ian Hoopingarner explain how they got involved with Quidditch as well as what they ate for breakfast. Public Relations Coordinator Maggie Hermanson and Intramural Coordinator Kevin Fennell talk about the upcoming intramural season, two upcoming tournaments and give an inside scoop to what goes on in the quidditch community.
Michigan State men’s and women’s ultimate frisbee came into the studio with host Bradley Allen for the first episode of Secret Society.
Secret Society will be a regular podcast featuring guests representing MSU club sports. The first segment of every podcast will be focused on guest interviews about their sport and their team, while the second segment will consist of lighter questions that delve into the esoteric “secrets” of life on a club sports team at MSU.
The Michigan State men’s ultimate frisbee team, better known as The Burning Couch traveled to Charlotte, N.C., last weekend to play in their first tournament of the spring semester. While MSU hoped the tournament would prove a prime opportunity to face the nation’s top competition in ultimate frisbee, the injury-ridden team faced many roadblocks along the way and along the way back too.