This week on the WVU Coaches Show we’re talking wrestling and women’s basketball. Hosts Nick Farrell and Anjelica Trinone discuss Tynice Martin getting drafted to the LA Sparks last week, and Noah Adams historic wrestling season that came to an early end.
Nick and Anjelica welcome you into the program to discuss Tynice Martin being the overall 34th pick in the WNBA to the LA Sparks. They will also discuss the reaction of Mike Carey regarding Martin being drafted to the WNBA. They will also be talk WVU wrestling, and Noah Adam’s historical season going 32-0, before the season came to an end due to coronavirus:
Noah Adams ended his season 32-0, along with gaining accolades of Big 12 Wrestler of the Year and NWCA first team All-American. Adams was on track to compete for a national title as the No. 2 seed before the cancellation of the NCAA Wrestling Championships, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Coal City, WV native takes us back on his journey to how he became the wrestler he is today in this week’s Life as a Mountaineer, presented by WVU Athletics:
WVU wrestling coach Tim Flynn joins the program to chat with Nick about the 2019-2020 wrestling season. Flynn discusses Adams’s historic 32-0 season, and the “what if’s” regarding if the National Championships weren’t cancelled due to the coronavirus, could Adams be a title holder? Flynn also discusses who impressed him throughout the season, and his expectations for his wrestlers for next season:
Nick wraps up the show with a reminder of the 2020 NFL Draft, and to keep an eye out for Colton McKivitz and fellow Mountaineers who get the call. Draft coverage can be found on our webpage throughout the weekend: