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Anchors Aweigh Podcast

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Expert weekly analysis of all things Naval Academy Sports hosted by Bill Wagner (30+ year Navy beat writer) and Pete Medhurst (Navy sports radio announcer). Every week we bring you interviews with coaches, players, and alumni you won't find anywhere else.
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Matt O'Hara | Owner, Freedom Boat Club Lake George

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Anchors Aweigh is a podcast for all boaters, from aspiring to experienced. Featuring in-depth conversations with boating experts and industry leaders, and packed full of tips, tricks, gear, and industry info, boaters of all levels will come away with new skills and knowledge each episode.
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner taped the final episode of the Anchors Aweigh podcast for the 2023-24 school year live on location at The Graduate Annapolis hotel. Naval Academy athletic director Chet Gladchuk was our special guest as we reviewed the year that was for Navy Athletics. We were also joined by supporting partners …
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner salute Pat Owen, who is retiring after 33 years as head professional at the Naval Academy Golf Club. Owen, who served as head coach of Navy men's varsity golf for 32 years, is the subject of our interview segment. We also recap the Navy baseball team's thrilling come-from-behind victory over Hol…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner put the spotlight on the outdoor track and field program as the Midshipmen swept the Patriot League Championship meet for the sixth straight spring. Navy Director of Track and Field Jamie Cook joins the podcast to talk about his program's excellence and dominance. We also wrap up the Navy men's …
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Navy men's lacrosse took a major step forward this week by beating Loyola Maryland, 12-10, in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League Tournament. It marked the first time since 2010 the Midshipmen won a game in the postseason tourney. During the interview segment, we put the spotlight on Navy women's golf, which is headed to the Bermuda Run Regiona…
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It was a monumental weekend for Navy Athletics, which had two programs capture Patriot League Championships and another advance to a national championship game. Navy women's tennis and women's golf both secured Patriot League Tournament titles to earn automatic berths in the NCAA Tournament. Navy men's rugby advanced to the Division I-A national ch…
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Two stars were on the line last Saturday as Army and Navy met on lacrosse fields located more than 200 miles apart. The big day got off to a disappointing start as Navy men's lacrosse lost a tough battle with Army at Michie Stadium in West Point. However, Navy women's lacrosse followed with an impressive 17-11 victory over Army. That win enabled Na…
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As you’ll hear me say in this conversation, chartering a catamaran through the virgin islands or on the med has been a dream trip for me for as long as I can remember. So it was really fun speaking with Renee Sawyer, owner of Out of the Blue Yacht Charters. Renee has been a General Manager of select service and full-service hotels as well as boutiq…
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Navy men's rugby captured the Collegiate Rugby Association of American Division I-A national championship last spring. Navy's road to a repeat began this past Saturday with an impressive 41-7 victory over Mary Washington. Top-ranked Navy now hosts Arkansas State in the quarterfinals this Saturday at the Prusmack Rugby Center. Navy insiders Bill Wag…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner put the spotlight on Navy women's tennis, which beat archrival Army this past Saturday to capture the first Star competition of the spring season. We interview head coach Keith Puryear and junior standout Emily Tannenbaum about the big win and how the season is going so far. We also discuss the …
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Navy Insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner put the spotlight on Navy baseball, which will host archrival Army in a doubleheader Saturday at Max Bishop Stadium. The Midshipmen are looking to turn things around in the series after losing nine of 10 games against the Black Knights in 2022 and 2023. We also talk about spring football camp getting unde…
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I really enjoy meeting and speaking with people who have made boating a big part of their lifestyle, especially people like Steve Payne, who went from knowing next to nothing about boats to living and traveling through Europe on one. Steve has been able to use his skills as a photographer, creator, and community builder to live the boating lifestyl…
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March means tournament time for college wrestling as well and Navy had six competitors qualify for the NCAA Championships. Josh Koderhandt leads the way after capturing the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association championship. We talk to Koderhandt and Navy head coach Cary Kolat about what transpired at the EIWA Tournament and look ahead to n…
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It is always exciting speaking to and learning from others who are advancing the subscription and membership boating model, especially seeing all of the different market segments who are finding value in this way of boating. One such leader has found traction in the premium luxury subscription segment and I had a great time speaking with First Mari…
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March Madness is officially upon us and Navy men's basketball got the postseason started by beating Loyola Maryland in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament. Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner provide an in-depth review of the game and look ahead to Thursday's quarterfinal matchup at Boston University. We are joined by…
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Navy swimming and diving did it again by sweeping the Patriot League Championships, held Feb. 21-24 inside Lejeune Hall on the academy campus. The Navy men's team has 20 championships in 20 seasons as a member of the Patriot League. The Navy women's team secured its 12th straight title and 22nd overall. We talked to men's coach Bill Roberts and wom…
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We preview the 83rd Brigade Boxing Championships by talking to Navy interim coach Adan Salguerro. We also review the Army-Navy wrestling match, which ended in controversial fashion. Radio color analyst Mike Heary joins the pod to talk in-depth about Navy men's basketball. Navy Athletics insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst also discuss baseball s…
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Nicole Aunapu Mann was a standout member of the Navy women's soccer team from 1995 through 1998, serving as captain as a senior. She was commissioned as a Marine Corps officer and became a fighter pilot flying the F/A-18 Hornet. She attended the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School and was subsequently selected as an astronaut candidate. In October, 2021, …
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner conduct an in-depth interview with newly-hired Navy football offensive coordinator Drew Cronic. We cover a wide range of topics with Cronic talking about why he resigned as head coach at Mercer to join the Navy program, breaking down his version of Wing-T offense, discussing personnel and much m…
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I had the great pleasure of speaking with Adam Gamble, writer, publisher, and avid fisherman. Adam conceived, wrote or cowrote, and supervised the production of three hundred titles in the Good Night Books series for pre-schoolers, which currently has more than nine million copies sold worldwide, including many to my family. Adam recently wrote and…
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If Navy Athletics winds up winning the annual Star Series, Saturday may be viewed as the turning point. Navy swept archrival Army in four Star Series competitions: Rifle and Gymnastics along with men's and women's Indoor Track and Field. The Midshipmen now lead the Star Series, presented by USAA, 9-6-1…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner put the spotlight on Navy men's lacrosse, which opens the 2024 season Saturday at home against Mount St. Mary's. Coach Joe Amplo joins the podcast for the interview segment to preview the season and discuss the makeup of this year's team. We talk men's and women's basketball during the opening s…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner welcome first-year Navy baseball coach Chuck Ristano to the Anchors Aweigh podcast for the interview segment. Ristano discusses his vision for the program and his acclimation to the Naval Academy. Also, we review the Army-Navy basketball game and pay tribute to legendary former Navy cross countr…
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Navy athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner break down the hiring of Drew Cronic as Navy football offensive coordinator. We discuss the diversity of his "hybrid Wing-T" attack. We talk to Navy gymnastics coach Kip Simon and team captain Ian Dinmore during the interview segment. The Midshipmen will host the Navy Open this weekend. We also …
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Navy Athletics insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst review the opening week of Patriot League play for the Navy men's basketball team, which split a pair of home games. We are joined by Navy women's basketball coach Tim Taylor for the interview segment to discuss the season to date. We highlight Navy lacrosse, wrestling, women's golf and men's sw…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner discuss the situation surrounding football player Jacob Busic, who entered the transfer portal after being denied a fifth year of eligibility by the academy administration. Bill Wagner's column in The Capital about service academies granting athletes an extra year of eligibility has sparked cons…
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Navy Athletics insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst analyze the Navy football staff changes that were announced last week. Assistant head coach Ashley Ingram left to become head coach at Carson-Newman, while offensive coordinator Grant Chesnut did not have his contract renewed. We also discuss Navy men's basketball and report on some staff change…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner gear up for the 124th edition of the Army-Navy Game by conducting an exclusive interview with Brian Newberry. Navy's first-year head coach reflects on the 2023 season and talks about lessons learned. He also discusses the state of the program now and going forward.…
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner kick off the Anchors Aweigh podcast coverage of Army-Navy football by taking a look at the promotional side of America's Game. We talk to Jon Starrett, Navy's Associate Athletic Director for Corporate Sales, about the sponsorship that helps make Army-Navy such a premier event. We also speak with…
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Navy insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst catch up with Brad Snyder, a 2006 Naval Academy graduate who has captured six gold medals as a paralympic swimmer. Snyder, who lost sight in both eyes as a result of a battlefield explosion, has returned to the academy as a professor. We also talk Navy football, basketball, volleyball and water polo among…
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Navy insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner review Navy football's big blowout of Alabama-Birmingham and look ahead to the Senior Day matchup with East Carolina. Pete breaks down his epic call of Rayuan Lane's 97-yard interception return for touchdown. Navy volleyball authored an instance classic by rallying from a 2-0 deficit to beat Army in five …
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Navy Athletics insiders Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner talk to wrestling coach Cary Kolat to discuss the huge upset of No. 23 Illinois in the season opener. Bill and Pete discuss the state of Navy football in the wake of Saturday's disappointing loss to Temple. It's must-win time for the Midshipmen with two straight home games upcoming. Pete provide…
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Navy insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst discuss the state of Navy football leading up to this Saturday's road game at Temple and highlight Navy men's soccer for clinching a berth in the Patriot League Tournament. During the interview segment, we preview Navy women's basketball with head coach Tim Taylor and spotlight Navy men's cross country fo…
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Navy insiders Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst review last Saturday’s road football victory over Charlotte and look ahead to this Saturday’s service academy showdown against Air Force in the first leg of the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy series. We put the spotlight on the Navy rifle team during our interview segment with Coach Mike Anti, who recently r…
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Listen to the latest episode of the Anchors Aweigh podcast as Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst highlight all things Navy athletics. Pete and Bill break down the Navy football victory over North Texas and look ahead to Saturday's road game against Charlotte. We put the spotlight on the Women for Navy Athletics organization by interviewing co-chairs Mar…
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Listen to the latest episode of the Anchors Aweigh podcast with Bill Wagner of The Capital newspaper and Pete Medhurst, the voice of Navy Athletics. Pete and Bill break down the Navy football loss to South Florida and discuss the quarterback situation. The interview segment puts the spotlight on Navy cross country as they talk to men's coach Aaron …
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Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst talk with Chet Gladchuk about the state of College Football, special plans for the Air Force game on October 21, and the future of Navy Athletics. This special edition episode is only made possible by Anchors Aweigh's insider relationship with the Naval Academy Athletic Association.…
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Bill Wagner and Pete Medhurst discuss football's heartbreaking loss to Memphis and interview Deputy Director of Athletics Eric Ruden. Eric is in his 24th year working for the Academy. Before coming to Annapolis he spent five years in communications at Indiana State University, 1 year with the Chicago White Sox, and 4 years with his alma mater, Indi…
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Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner break down the Navy football team's home opening victory over Wagner and look ahead to Thursday night's American Athletic Conference opener at Memphis in the Liberty Bowl. Pete and Bill also talk to Coach Billy Edwards of women's triathlon, which was recently elevated from club to varsity status. Lastly, Pete and Bill …
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Pete Medhurst and Bill Wagner discuss Navy Water Polo's successful trip to the West Coast with Coach Luis Nicolao and captain Caden Capobianco, a California native. On this week's Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Reilly. Sarah was a basketball field goal machine in her time at the Academy and has been an exemplary submarine officer since graduating. She's n…
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Welcome to the Anchors Aweigh Podcast, hosted by Pete Medhurst (Navy sports radio) and Bill Wagner (The Capital). Every week we'll bring you expert analysis, interviews with players, coaches, and alumni, and special segments you won't find anywhere else. Anchors Aweigh is the best place for Navy sports fans on the Internet. Tune in next week to hea…
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Diversity is not something that is often associated with boating and the boating industry. Many people have a stereotypical boater in mind, and I’m guessing as you read this you do too. One of the biggest obstacles to expanding the reach of boating is that so often, the way someone gets into boating in the first place is being exposed by family or …
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The boating industry has welcomed over 800,000 new boaters into the fold in the last couple of years and is hard at work reaching new, more diverse audiences to continue growing boating. As more and more people experience boating and boat ownership for the first time, it is incumbent on marine businesses to make sure that the boating experience is …
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I love to mix in guests who may not be ‘in’ the boating industry but rather demonstrate to us what boating can enable. Stephen Ladd is an author and adventurer who certainly pushes the limits on where a boat can take you. In is mid-30s, Steve designed and built a 12-foot boat named Squeak and rowed and sailed her over 6500 miles over a three year j…
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