107.7 The Bronc has partnered with Rider Athletics to bring you the ultimate Rider sports experience. Galloping With The Broncs is a 30-minute sports magazine show dedicated to Rider Athletics.
Carlos is a Journalism major at Rider University. He is a huge sports fan and the Sports Director of The Bronc. He loves the whole family of The Bronc, which is a big reason why he goes to the station everyday. When he is not in the station, he is either watching WWE wrestling, playing video games, or writing for the Radio News.
Join Carlos Toro as he takes you behind the scenes of Rider sports to recap all the important games of the week, take a sneak peek at the week ahead and interview your favorite Rider coaches and players.
If you love sports, especially Rider Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Track & Field, Wrestling and Volleyball, you don’t want to miss Galloping With The Broncs.
August 25, 2015: First show of the Fall 2015 semester. Carlos Toro talks with Rider Field Hockey Seniors Joelle Prettyman, Melyssa Alonso, and Rachel Ippolite. Plus, Rider Volleyball Head Coach Christopher Feliciano joins the show to discuss the upcoming season.
September 2, 2015: Rider Track & Field Head Coach Bob Hamer joins the show to talk about the season that’s ahead and Women’s Basketball Head Coach Lynn Milligan stops by to talk about the inconsistent 2014-2015, what to look forward to for the 2015-2016 season, including the major rule changes implemented by the NCAA.
September 8, 2015: This week Carlos focuses on all the teams whose season has already begun, why the Men’s Soccer team win at Seton Hall was a victory, why this year’s Field Hockey team could be one of the best in years, and why you shouldn’t worry about the Women’s Soccer team’s 1-3 start to their season.
September 15, 2015: Carlos sits down with Track and Field and Cross Country runner Nicolette Mateescu to talk about her first cross country win recently and the mental process of running a race. Plus, Carlos also talks about the Field Hockey team’s two games in the past week.
September 22, 2015: Carlos talks about an article on international student-athletes that was published on Gobroncs.com and shares his thoughts as a Rider student who was not born in the United States.
September 29, 2015: On this edition of Galloping with the Broncs, Carlos goes through all the Rider athletes who recently won awards and got recognition from the MAAC across several different sports. Also, Carlos goes through the men’s soccer team’s upcoming schedule and determine what the team needs to do to finish high in the MAAC standings.
October 6, 2015: Rider Volleyball head coach Christopher Feliciano returns to the show to talk about the team’s historic start to MAAC play, how the team is handling it and shares a unique approach to whenever the team travels to games on the road.
October 13, 2015: This week, Carlos looks at the field hockey team’s recent road trip and if they’re ready to contend in the MAAC. He also tackles several other sports that played during the week and analyzes their performances thus far this year.
October 20, 2015: On this week’s episode, Carlos analyzes the volleyball team’s season thus far after watching their home game against Canisius. Plus, he explains about why he is so confident about men’s soccer’s chances at succeeding this year in the MAAC after talking to two key players on the team.
October 27, 2015: On this episode of Galloping with the Broncs, you’ll get to hear part 1 of an interview Carlos had with Rider Wrestling All-American B.J. Clagon, where they discuss Clagon’s first season at Rider. Also, Carlos goes through the MAAC Tournament scenarios for Men and Women’s Soccer as well as Field Hockey.
November 3, 2015: This week, the second part of Carlos’ interview with Rider wrestling All-American B.J.Clagon, where they talk a little more about his early days as a wrestler. Carlos then looks at the men’s and women’s soccer and field hockey hopes at winning their respective MAAC Tournament.