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Suddenly the end of January is upon us! Where has the season gone? We are past the halfway point, conference action is now in it's second go-around (for most), and the matter of regional rankings and conference tournaments is becoming more real.
Teams who have had unbelievable starts, but have not faltered, are now in the spotlight. The question is no longer "can they keep this up?" But rather, the question has become, "how did they get this good?" Tonight, we ask versions of that last question.
We will hear from St. Thomas who hasn't been the MIAC dominator the last few years, but is back on top in a far more competitive conference. Oswego men have already knocked the SUNYAC boss, Plattsburgh off the pedestal. And Southern Virginia women have startled the entire conference. We find out how a first-year coach with no Division III experience has shocked everyone.
Plus, we chat with Oberlin's women's coach who has not only preached diversity, but created an environment for his program and the conference that reiterates open and safe environments. It has also thrust the team high into the NCAC race.
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Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- John Tauer, No. 7 St. Thomas men's coach (Part 1)
- Jason Leone, Oswego State men's coach (Part 1)
- Kerry Jenkins, Oberlin women's coach (WBCA Center Court) (Part 2)
- aDAM Wardenburg, Southern Virginia women's coach (Part 2)
- James Wagner, CSAC Assistant Commissioner (NCAA Convention report) (Part 2)