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Start Your Journey Podcast EP 0: The Beginning

Start Your Journey Podcast Episode 0: The Beginning

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This is the first episode welcoming me to your earlobes.

Despite a few deep breaths and a couple of nervous sniffles, I discuss my story, why I decided to start Nadeau Sports Recruiting, my very own recruiting story and I ask you a quick question at the end of the podcast that you are definitely going to want to answer.

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11 Comments on “Start Your Journey Podcast EP 0: The Beginning

Chris Nadeau
at 8:55 pm

Here are two athletes I would like to share

Scott Pellerin, a hockey player from Shediac, NB. He played for the University of Maine Black Bears and was the Hobey Baker winner in 1992

Phil Anderson, a tennis player from Halifax, NS. He played for the University of New Mexico from 2008-2012.

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Rob Moore
at 2:47 pm

Jason Dickson, is a graduate of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. He played for the Somerset Patriots and was drafted by the California Angels in the 6th round of the 1994 MLB Amateur Draft. He was part of Team Canada in the 2004 Summer Olympics which finished in fourth place.

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Chris Nadeau
at 3:03 pm

Impressive career. Where is Jason from?

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Adrian Nadeau
at 3:43 pm

A goalie that single handedly won us a bronze medal in the 1992 Air Canada Cup (Midget AAA), Trent Cavicchi.

Trent was actually drafted in the tenth round of the NHL by the Montreal Canadiens after his performance at the tournament.

He went on to play at the U. of New Hampshire and played in the ECHL and AHL after his time there.

We loved his quote… even in Midget he’d always “It’s a business guys” 🙂

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Chris Nadeau
at 3:50 pm

I remember watching him stand on his head in that tournament. Unreal! Actually, I am pretty sure he got drafted right out of Midget. He didn’t even play a game of college yet. Pretty amazing for a player coming from Atlantic Canada.

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Eric McGrath
at 9:24 pm

Krysta Schaus who attended Gardener Webb University and is now an Assistant Golf Professional at the Toronto Golf Club

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Chris Nadeau
at 9:26 pm

That is a good one, Eric! Where is she from?

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Katherine Gleason
at 6:17 pm

I’ll add Alison Chandler to the list of Atlantic Canadians getting an athletic scholarship. Alison is from my village of Chester, NS. She currently plays Division 1 Golf in North Carolina for Gardiner Webb University. I think she got a full ride, she is that good. She is also a heck of a tennis player… when she was a teenager she played Canada Games tennis and golf!

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Chris Nadeau
at 6:20 pm

That is awesome! I have never heard of her. Great inspiration for all young Atlantic Canadian athletes.

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Cade Nadeau
at 6:06 pm

I would like to add one of my tennis coaches to the list. His name is Luke Saunders and he is from Halifax, NS. He played tennis for the Chattanooga Mocs at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 2012-2016

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Chris Nadeau
at 6:14 pm

Great addition, Cade! Luke is a great role model for young athletes like yourself who want to pursue NCAA opportunities.

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