Episode 316, The Rant: Shane Herrity.

Episode 316 March 25, 2021 01:13:21
Episode 316, The Rant: Shane Herrity.
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Episode 316, The Rant: Shane Herrity.
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Show Notes

I met coach Herrity in the gym of St. Francis Prep doing a workout; as a coach he’s raring to go. In this pod, we discuss his early life in Glendale, Queens, his passion for playing Baseball and Basketball, his Tommy John surgery, or lack thereof, to exclusively play Basketball, to playing in college at Saint Rose, to giving back to his school as a head coach. He also discusses his team, the Terriers, and their participation in the NY HS Madness Tournament. All that and more, my conversation with Coach Herrity, now.

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