his week on the WVU Coaches Show we’re talking WVU baseball. Hosts Nick Farrell and Anjelica Trinone discuss the 11-5 shortened season, along with chatting with WVU baseball radio announcer Dan Zangrilli and skipper Randy Mazey.
In this week’s ‘Eer to ‘Eer Nick and Anjelica discuss the big announcement made by the NCAA to grant spring athlete seniors and extra year of eligibility. This comes from spring sports being cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. They also discuss the Big 12 extending the suspension of sports till May 31st, leading WVU football to cancel the annual Gold Blue Spring Game. Wrestler Noah Adams was named Big 12 Wrestler of the Year this week, Nick and Anjelica will dive into that as well:
Nick is joined in the studio with WVU baseball radio caller Dan Zangrilli to discuss the shortened season. Zangrilli will discuss the impressive pitching staff WVU was set to have this season, after losing last year’s first-round draft pick Alek Manoah. They will also discuss the options Coach Mazey and three seniors, Dillion Meadows, Braden Zarbnisky and Kevin Brophy will have with the extra year of eligibility:
Anjelica is joined with skipper Randy Mazey via FaceTime while he getting a little batting practice in at the Monongalia County Ballpark. Coach discusses the shortened season, what the extension of senior eligibility means to him and his seniors and how he and his family have been practicing social distancing:
Coach Mazey signs off with a message to Mountaineer Nation about these unprecedented times. Nick and Anjelica give their final word along with the Central Van and Storage road ahead schedule: