Three weeks ago, I got to sit down with Mark Rohan, a professional hand cyclist, who has been in a wheel chair ever since a tragic motorcycle accident in 2001. Mark has been part of the SJSU men's soccer coaching stuff for the last six weeks and assisted with nutrition workshops and mental coaching. At … Continue reading Mark Rohan – Giving Up Was Not an Option
We have the first two-game weekend in conference play ahead of us, facing the UNLV Rebels on Friday and the GCU Antelopes on Sunday. After a successful start with the 2-1 win at Incarnate Word, we are looking to add six more points to the table this weekend. UNLV comes to San Jose with a … Continue reading First Two-Game Weekend in Conference Play
Have you ever been to Texas? Me neither. Actually, now that I mentioned it, I have been there before. But I certainly try not to think about that one trip (when we lost 0:5 to Houston Baptist and I got sent off with a red card). Anyways, this time my trip to Texas was much better. … Continue reading Great Weekend in Texas: First Win on the Road!
With two completely different line-ups for the first and second half, our last non-conference match ended in a 0:1 loss against the Santa Clara Broncos. A red card issued to Zach just before halftime left us with a man down for most of the game. The starting eleven played the first half, and players who … Continue reading 1:0 Loss Against Santa Clara University
Well, what can I tell you? Once again, we've played pretty well on the road. But once again, the result didn't reflect our courageous performance. The fifth away game, the fifth defeat, and the fifth time without scoring away from home – these are the benchmarks for our 3:0 loss at UC Riverside. We created … Continue reading Good Performance and No Reward…
We are on our way to UC Riverside, it'll be the last away game before conference starts next weekend. Our record on the road is everything but impressive: four games, four losses, no goals scored. Time to change that! Coming into the game, our leading goal scorer Rory is looking to add more goals to … Continue reading UC Riverside Bound
It's only been little over a week since my CGM system stopped working. However, it feels more like a year. I didn't realize how much I love it until now. I haven't forgotten how to use a conventional meter. Yet the security and confidence a continuous glucose monitoring provides is gone. My blood sugar values are still in a … Continue reading How Much Do You Depend On Technology?