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The grind of conference play is in full gear. Nothing beats a team up or reveals how good one is like the grind of conference play.
Thursday night on Hoopsville we take a look at the grind and how teams are surviving, surprising, and even impressing as the holidays and the break quickly become a distant memory in the rear view mirror.
The first of the season's "WBCA Center Court" segments also debuts with the dedication of one coach off the court and with her family. UW-Platteville women's coach Megan Wilson talks about her daughter's battle with cancer and the decision to step away from coaching to help her daughter fight.
Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Thursday's show, LIVE, starting at 7:00 p.m. ET in the video player above. If you miss any of the show, you can watch it On Demand or listen to the audio-only podcast to the right (available shortly after the show goes off air).
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Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Pat McKenzie, No. 11 St. John's men's coach (Part 1)
- Ben Stachowski, No. 20 Wabash men's senior guard (Part 2)
- Alyssa Polosky, No. 14 SUNY Geneseo women's head coach (Part 2)
- Megan Willson, UW-Platteville women's head coach (WBCA Center Court) (Part 3)
- ***Trevor Woodruff, No. 3 Scranton women's head coach (Part 3)*
The Trevor Woodruff interview did not air as intended. The live interview is visable in the video player above, BUT we inadvertedly had the audio file of the Pat McKenzie interview running instead of the live audio. We completely missed it during the broadcast and, strangely, no one watching the show seemed to notice. We have adjusted it accordingly in the podcast, but haven't determined how to solve it in the video.
We are very sorry for our mistake. We will work to get Woodruff back on the show in the near future. We, again, apologize for the mistake and our continued technical problems. We are working on them.