A jam-packed season finale of the WVU Coaches Show is coming your way Friday and Saturday.
This week, Anjelica Trinone and Nick Farrell break down every aspect of the Morgantown Regional, including the record-setting fan support of WVU baseball.
Big 12 Coach of the Year Randy Mazey also joins us on set for the final word on the Mountaineers’ historic season, which produced 38 victories and a program-record eight MLB Draft picks. He reflects on the Morgantown Regional and the MLB Draft, which saw pitcher Alek Manoah taken by the Blue Jays with the No. 11 overall pick.
Other guests this week include WVU athletic director Shane Lyons, who recaps the academic year for the gold-and-blue, and women’s soccer coach Nikki Izzo-Brown, who previews the Women’s World Cup.
With the Women’s World Cup beginning Friday in France, a bit of history is on the horizon for Izzo-Brown’s program. For the first time, three former Mountaineers appear on World Cup rosters, and those players will go head-to-head June 10 when Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence of Canada square off against Michaela Abam and Cameroon.
Don’t miss the WVU Coaches Show on Saturday at 9 a.m. on the following stations:
- Wheeling: WTRF-CBS (7)
- Clarksburg: WBOY (12)
- Charleston: WOWK (13)
- Beckley: WVNS (59)
- Hagerstown, Maryland: WDVM (25)
The WVU Coaches Show is also available on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh Friday at 5 p.m. Check your local listings for availability.
Those this season of the WVU Coaches Show comes to an end, we won’t be gone long: The Neal Brown Show will kick off in August to bring you in-depth coverage of a new era of WVU football.
The WVU Coaches Show is produced by West Virginia Illustrated and distributed by the Nexstar Media Group, Inc.