The WVU Coaches Show is back and we’re talking WVU men’s and women’s hoops. Hosts Nick Farrell and Anjelica bring you coverage on WVU Sports while sports are on hiatus. On this week’s edition of the WVU Coaches Show, Dan Zangrilli stops by to discuss the 2019-20 WVU women’s basketball season and highlight some key players for this season.
In the ‘Eer to ‘Eer segment sponsored by AARP West Virginia, Nick and Anjelica welcome you into the studio. They discuss the word of WVU men’s hoops big men Derek Culver and Oscar Tshiebwe planning to return for the 2020-21 season. Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby spoke with the media this week to give insight on the Big 12 and how it was affected by the cancellation of their basketball tournaments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nick and Anjelica will also touch on WVU football and how the pandemic has affected spring practice:
Tynice Martin has been a leader for the Mountaineers in her five seasons as a Mountaineer. From being elected Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2015-16, to finishing her career at West Virginia with 1,980 points. See Martin’s story of how she became the player she is today in this week’s Life as a Mountaineer, presented by WVU Athletics:
WVU women’s basketball radio announcer Dan Zangrilli joins Anjelica in the studio to discuss the 2020-21 WVU women’s hoops campaign. He discusses the strengths in the team such as Tynice Martin and Kysre Gondrezick. Zangrilli also discusses Kari Niblack as one of the best defensive players in the conference, and think Niblack would be an MVP for the season. See more of Zangrilli’s thoughts, sponsored by Astorg Auto of Charleston:
Mike Carey shares his thoughts on three seniors Tynice Martin, Lucky Rudd and Krystaline McCune in the senior day video, presented by WVU Athletics. Nick and Anjelica wrap up the season premiere of the WVU Coaches Show with information on how you could be featured on an upcoming episode, and Dan Zangrilli stopping by again next week to discuss WVU Baseball: