There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 65 [Top Of The Class with Danielle Steer, Michael Henman, Jesse Symons, and Mike Mosher]
The latest AFTN Extra podcast is out! Episode 65 is a 50 minute BC college soccer special.
The Canada West regular season has wound up for the women and comes to an end for the men this weekend, and it’s been another good one for UBC Thunderbirds. We look at the season for both teams, look ahead to the playoffs, and chat with UBC women’s head coach Jesse Symons and men’s head coach Mike Mosher.
Individually, it’s been a stellar season for UBC striker Danielle Steer who set the all-time Canada West career points record and tied the all-time Canada West individual season points record last weekend. We chat to Dani about her achievements, her year, and what lies ahead for her in the game.
On the men’s side, it’s been a great season for UNBC Timberwolves forward Michael Henman. Currently on 18 goals, he could set some individual season records himself this weekend. We chat with Michael about unlocking his scoring potential, the dark horses Steve Simonson has put together at UNBC, and what may lie in store for him in the CPL draft.
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