Friday, December 17, 2010

SCAC Men's Basketball Podcast - Week 2


On this week's SCAC Men's Basketball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer caught up with Player-of-the-Week Josh Saunders of Austin College.

Saunders a junior forward from Athens, Texas, has been named SCAC Basketball Player-of-the-Week for games played Monday, December 6 through Sunday, December 12.

Saunders scored a game-high 18 points and grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds in the Kangaroos’ 79-64 win over Rhema Bible College. He finished the game one assists shy of a triple-double and tallied three steals.

Saunders shot 46.2 percent (6-of-13) from floor while connecting on all four of his free throws. He also was 2-of-3 shooting from three-point range in the win.

To listen to Saunders, a junior forward from Austin College, click here.

SCAC Women's Basketball Podcast - Week 2


On this week's SCAC Women's Basketball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer caught up with Player-of-the-Week Jana Tucker of Trinity.

Tucker sophomore post from Katy, Texas, has been named SCAC Basketball Player-of-the-Week for games played Monday, December 6 through Sunday, December 12.

Tucker led Trinity to a 71-62 win at the University of Dallas on Tuesday, snapping the team’s five-game losing streak.

Tucker scored her first double-double of the season, doing so with 13 points and an impressive 19 rebounds. The 19 boards ties her for 10th in Trinity history for a single game. She hit 4-9 from the field and 4-5 from the foul line, and also swiped three steals in her 33 minutes off the bench.

Even more impressive was Tucker’s second half: She scored all 13 of her points in the final 20 minutes, and grabbed 12 of her 19 rebounds in the second period.

For the season, Tucker is third on the team with 8.6 points/game, but leads the Tigers with 8.0 rebounds/game. She is hitting 31.7% (20-63) from the field this year, and is also tied for third on the team with 13 total steals.

To listen to Tucker, the sophomore post from Trinity, click here.

Friday, December 10, 2010

SCAC Men's Basketball Podcast - Week 1


On this week's SCAC Men's Basketball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer caught up with Player-of-the-Week Ryan Milne of Colorado College.

Milne a first year guard from Phoenix, Ariz., has been named SCAC Basketball Player-of-the-Week for games played Monday, November 29 through Sunday, December 5.

Milne averaged 15 points, 6.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game during three games during the week. He shot just under 45.7 percent from the floor (16-of-35) for the week.

Milne averaged 21.5 points, 7.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game while leading Colorado College to road victories at SCAC members Hendrix and Millsaps. Milne made 15 of 29 shots from the floor (.517), 7-of-13 three-point attempts (.538) and all six of his free throws. He had 14 assists and only one turnover.

During the 68-48 victory at Hendrix, Milne finished with a career-high 27 points and had nine assists and seven rebounds. In Sunday’s 55-51 victory at Millsaps, he had 16 points and five assists with no turnovers.

To hear Milne the first-year guard from Colorado College, click here.

SCAC Women's Basketball Podcast - Week 1


On this week's SCAC Women's Basketball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer caught up with Player-of-the-Week Sarah Giles of Oglethorpe.

Giles sophomore forward from Marrietta, Ga., has been named SCAC Basketball Player-of-the-Week for games played Monday, November 29 through Sunday, December 5.

Giles
averaged 22 points, 11.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.0 blocks, and 1.5 steals per game while leading Oglethorpe their first two wins on the season.

Giles
posted 18 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks in the Petrels 71-55 win over Agnes Scott. In the first conference game of the year against Sewanee Giles posted a game high 26 points and 12 rebounds to go along with five assists as the Petrels held the top scoring offense in the conference to just 54 points. On the week Giles shot 58.3% from the field (21-for-36) including a red hot 12-for-16 night against the Purple Tigers.

On the season Giles is shooting 51.4% from the field (4th in SCAC) averaging 13.8 points, 10 rebounds (3rd in SCAC) and 2.5 blocks (2nd in SCAC) per contest.

To hear Giles the sophomore forward from Oglethorpe, click here.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Trinity


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day four features a sit down with both head coaches Amie Bradley and Pat Cunningham along with senior forward Luke Caldarera and senior guard Danielle Hubenak of Trinity.

Danielle Hubenak returns for her senior year to run the point guard position for the Tigers after pacing them a season ago with 12.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists per games as a junior. The four year starter broke an 11 year old record for most assists in a career last year and stands with 334 just 37 assists away from cracking into the top 10 all-time in SCAC history. Amie Bradley returns to guide this team after finishing last year with a record of 17-9, 11-5 in SCAC play.

To listen to Trinity head coach Amie Bradley, click here.

To listen to senior guard Danielle Hubenak, click here.

Luke Caldarera enters his senior year as the conference's active leading scorer with 1,015 points through his junior year. Last year Caldarera averaged 15 points and 7.9 rebounds as the Tigers posted a 14-13 record 9-7 in league play. Pat Cunningham enters his 12th season at the helm of the Tigers basketball program. Through his first 11 seasons coach Cunningham has amassed a record of 217-86 (.716) both the most wins and highest winning percentage in Trinity history.

To listen to Trinity head coach Pat Cunningham, click here.

To listen to senior forward Luke Caldarera, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Southwestern


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day four features a sit down with both head coaches Kerri Brinkoeter and Bill Raleigh along with senior forward Shae Seagraves and senior guard Nick Caputo of Southwestern.

Kerri Brinkoeter returns to led the Pirates after a stint as the head coach from 2002-2005. The Pirates return three of their top four scorers from a season ago that saw Southwestern post a 10-16 record 6-10 in conference play. Shae Seagraves returns for her senior season after leading the Pirates as a junior averaging 15.5 points and 5.6 rebounds a contest.

To listen to Southwestern head coach Kerri Brinkoeter, click here.

To listen to senior forward Shae Seagraves, click here.

On the men's side Southwestern welcomes 11 newcomers to a team that last year posted an overall record of 16-10, 9-7 in conference play. The Pirates will be led by a strong senior class in Jon Brown, Nick Caputo and Robbie Hanley. Bill Raleigh enters his 12th season as the head coach of the Pirates who averaged 7.2 three point field goals made last year. Caputo, who shot 37% from long range, averaged 12 points a game as a junior.

To listen to Southwestern head coach Bill Raleigh, click here.

To listen to senior guard Nick Caputo, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Sewanee


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day four features a sit down with both head coaches Dickie McCarthy and Bubba Smith along with junior guard Danni Kabbes and senior guard Tony Marelle of Sewanee.

Dickie McCarthy enters his eight season at the helm of the Sewanee Tigers but his second running the fast paced Grinnell system. Last season the Tigers set an SCAC record with 247 made three point field goals. The full court up tempo style also led to Sewanee leading the league in turnover margin at +8 a contest. Danni Kabbes returns for her junior year after averaging 10.2 points and 6.5 rebounds as a sophomore.

To listen to Sewanee head coach Dickie McCarthy, click here.

To listen to junior guard Danni Kabbes, click here.

Bubba Smith returns to the mountain for his third season as the head coach of the Tigers. Sewanee posted a 4-21 record 1-15 in SCAC play last year as the Tigers led the conference in offensive rebounds at 12.9 per game. Tony Marelle returns for his senior season as one of just three upperclassman on a team that features 11 freshman and sophomore. Marelle combined for 5.3 points, 2.4 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game.

To listen to Sewanee head coach Bubba Smith, click here.

To listen to senior guard Tony Marelle, click here.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Rhodes


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day three features a sit down with both head coaches Matt Dean and Mike DeGeorge along with junior guard Sharwil Bell and senior forward Josh Arant of Rhodes College.

Head Coach Matt Dean enters his ninth season at the helm of the Lynx after posting a 14-13 record a year ago including a 6-10 conference record. SCAC Newcomer of the Year Sharwil Bell returns to pace Rhodes after a sophomore campaign accounting for 13.9 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game.

To listen to Rhodes head coach Matt Dean, click here.

To listen to junior guard Sharwil Bell, click here.

Mike DeGeorge takes over at the helm of the Lynx basketball program after legendary coach and the SCAC all-time winningest coach Herb Hilgeman (473 victories) retired at the end of last season. Rhodes who finished fourth in rebounding margin last year finished the season with a 10-16 record 4-12 in SCAC play. Josh Arant returns as the lone senior after posting 1.7 points and 2.2 rebounds a game.

To listen to Rhodes head coach Mike DeGeorge, click here.

To listen to senior forward Josh Arant, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Oglethorpe


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day three features a sit down with both head coaches Ron Sattele and Phil Ponder along with senior guard Chelsea MacDonald and senior guard Joe Kennedy of Oglethorpe University.

The Lady Petrels storm into this season after posting an 11-16 record a season ago, 4-10 in SCAC play. Head coach Ron Sattele has now lead Oglethorpe to five straight season with 10 or more wins for the first time in school history. Last year the Petrels led the SCAC in blocks with 5.8 per contest. Senior Chelsea MacDonald returns as one of two seniors on the squad after finishing last year averaging 6.0 points and 2.3 rebounds per game.

To listen to Oglethorpe head coach Ron Sattele, click here.

To listen to senior guard Chelsea MacDonald, click here.

Phil Ponder enters his eight season as the head coach of the Petrels coming off a 15-11 campaign last year, 9-7 in conference play. Joe Kennedy (865 pts) returns as one of three seniors on this OU team that has a chance to clip the 1,000 career point mark along with Todd Ward (1,009 pts) and Alex Richey (804 pts). As a junior Kennedy averaged 10 points and 3.4 rebounds a game.

To listen to Oglethorpe head coach Phil Ponder, click here.

To listen to senior guard Joe Kennedy, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Millsaps


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day three features a sit down with both head coaches Chuck Winkelman and Tim Wise along with sophomore guard Kristin Salmon and junior guard Brian Merkel of Millsaps College.

Chuck Winkelman takes over as the head coach for the Lady Majors who finished last year with a record of 1-24. Winkelman is no stranger to the SCAC having coached at Hendrix from 1995-2004. Kristin Salmon returns to help lead this team after a freshman season in which she averaged 7.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.

To listen to Millsaps head coach Chuck Winkelman, click here.

To listen to sophomore guard Kristin Salmon, click here.

Tim Wise enters his eighth season as the head coach of the Majors just five wins shy of his 100th victory at Millsaps. The Majors closed out the season strong winning five of their final eight games posting a 12-13 record 8-8 in SCAC play. Junior guard Brian Merkel will handle the point guard duties after averaging 4.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per contest.

To listen to Millsaps head coach Tim Wise, click here.

To listen to junior guard Brian Merkel, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - DePauw


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day two features a sit down with both head coaches Kris Huffman and Bill Fenlon along with senior guard Lauren Goff and junior guard Sean Haseley of DePauw University.

Head Coach Kris Huffman returns for her 18th season at the helm of the DU Tigers coming off a 26-4 season which DePauw won its ninth SCAC Title and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Huffman has guided DePauw to nine straight 20 plus win seasons and is just 20 wins shy of her 400th career win. Lauren Goff returns for her senior year as a threat from the outside connecting on 35% from long range as a junior averaging 6.5 points and 1.3 rebounds a game.

To listen to DePauw head coach Kris Huffman, click here.

To listen to senior guard Lauren Goff, click here.

On the men's side DePauw is coming off a 2009-10 season finishing 20-8 on the year 11-5 in conference play making a run to the SCAC title game before falling to eventual champion Centre. Fenlon notched his 400th career victory last season as a head coach and currently is the winningest active coach in the SCAC with 415 victories. Sean Haseley returns for his junior campaign after averaging 11.1 points and 3.5 rebounds per contest a season ago.

To listen to DePauw head coach Bill Fenlon, click here.

To listen to junior guard Sean Haseley, click here.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Hendrix


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day two features a sit down with both head coaches at Hendrix Emily Cummins and Thad McCracken along with senior forward Christina Byler and senior guard Ryan Rizos.

After a season as the head coach of the Lady Warriors, McCracken returns to the men's team in his first year at the helm. McCracken served as the Warriors top assistant under former head coach Dan Priest for four years (2005-09). Rizos returns for his senior year hopeful to return this team back to the SCAC Tournament after posting a 7-16 a year ago 4-12 in conference play. As a junior Rizos averaged 8.7 points and 5.1 rebounds per contest.

To listen to Hendrix head coach Thad McCracken, click here.

To listen to senior guard Ryan Rizos, click here.

The Lady Warriors return to the hardwood after one of the most exciting seasons in Hendrix history with its first SCAC Western Division title after finishing 20-5 overall and 13-3 in SCAC play. Emily Cummins steps in as the new head coach in Conway after spending time at LaGrange College becoming the third head coach in as many years for the Warriors. Senior forward Christina Byler returns poised and hungry averaging 17.3 points and 9.1 rebounds per game in route to being named 1st team all-conference as a junior.

To listen to Hendrix head coach Emily Cummins, click here.

To listen to senior forward Christina Byler, click here.

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Colorado College


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day two features a sit down with both head coaches Liz Doran and Andy Partee along with junior forward Becky Luetjen and senior guard Nick Rose of Colorado College.

Colorado College is coming of a 12-13 season 6-10 in conference play after leading the SCAC in scoring offense with 74.6 points per contest. Doran enters her third year at the helm of the CC Tigers who are looking to return to the SCAC Tournament after finishing fifth in the Western Division in 2009-10. Luetjen returns for her junior campaign after averaging 16.4 points and 8.8 rebounds a year ago.

To listen to Colorado College head coach Liz Doran, click here.

To listen to junior forward Becky Luetjen, click here.

On the men's side CC enters 2010-11 coming off their best season since joining the SCAC posting a 12-13 record 7-9 in conference action. Coach Partee has seen his team improve each year and has his troops poised to make a run at their first appearance in the SCAC Tournament. Senior Nick Rose the conference's leading scorer from last year averaging 21.9 points per contest to go along with 5.8 rebounds.

To listen to Colorado College head coach Andy Partee, click here.

To listen to senior guard Nick Rose, click here.

Monday, November 15, 2010

2010 - SCAC Basketball Media Days - Centre


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day one features a sit down with both head coaches at Centre Wendie Austin-Robinson and Greg Mason along with senior guard Amanda Stovall and senior center Alex Lloyd.

Centre, 18-9 (11-5) last year, embarks on the 2010-11 season as the two time defending SCAC champions. The Colonels led the SCAC a year ago in scoring defense holding opponents to just 56.7 points per game. Now in his 12th season at the helm Greg Mason is looking to lead his team to a third straight SCAC title for just the second time in league history (Trinity 2002-03 - 2004-05). SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year Alex Lloyd returns for the Colonels after averaging 7.3 points and 9.7 rebounds during his junior year.

To listen to Centre head coach Greg Mason, click here.

To listen to senior center Alex Lloyd, click here.

Following another outstanding season the Centre women’s basketball team will look to continue its recent success in the 2010-2011 season. The Colonels posted their first consecutive winning seasons since 1999-2000 and 2000-2001, and also recorded their most wins in a season since the 2000-2001, finishing with a 19-8 overall and record and 12-4 mark in the SCAC. Senior Amanda Stovall who averaged 7.8 points and 3.3 rebounds her junior year returns to help lead this Colonels squad under head coach Wendie Austin-Robinson.

To listen to Centre head coach Wendie Austin-Robinson, click here.

To listen to senior guard Amanda Stovall, click here.

2010 SCAC Basketball Media Days - Birmingham-Southern


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day one features a sit down with both head coaches at Birmingham-Southern Brad Hodge and Mitch Cole along with senior guard Katelyn Wilson and senior guard Patrick Price.

The Panthers enter the 2010-11 season after finishing atop the Eastern Division last year with a 20-5 record, 11-5 in conference action. It was the best finish since Birmingham-Southern joined the SCAC as the Panthers went a perfect 14-0 at home averaging a league best 77 points per game. Patrick Price returns to lead this Mitch Cole led team after averaging five points and 1.6 rebounds last season.

To listen to Birmingham-Southern head coach Mitch Cole, click here.

To listen to senior guard Patrick Price, click here.

The Lady Panthers enter to 2010-11 campaign after coming off an 13-12 year in 2009-10, 7-9 in SCAC action. BSC lead by head coach Brad Hodge will look to improve this year after posting the second highest average points per game total at 72 a night. Senior Katelyn Wilson returns to pace the Panthers who in her junior year averaged 10.3 points and 3.5 rebounds a contest.

To listen to Birmingham-Southern head coach Brad Hodge, click here.

To listen to senior guard Katelyn Wilson, click here.

2010 SCAC Basketball Media Days - Austin College


The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its first annual basketball "media days" event beginning Monday, November 15.

Day one features a sit down with both head coaches at Austin College Michelle Filander and Rodney Wecker along with senior forward Spenser Cruikshank and junior forward Josh Saunders.

The Roos enter the 2010-11 season under head coach Rodney Wecker coming of a banner season just a year ago. Austin College behind SCAC Player-of-the-Year Kola Alade posted a 20-7 record 12-4 in conference play and the top seed in the Western Division. Josh Saunders returns to lead a team with no seniors after posting 6.3 points and 3.6 rebounds in 16.9 minutes per contest.

To listen to Austin College head coach Rodney Wecker, click here.

To listen to junior forward Josh Saunders, click here.

The Lady Roos return to the hardwood under new head coach Michelle Filander who arrives in Sherman from Washington and Jefferson College. Behind Player-of-the-Year Katy Williams Austin College posted its best record since joining the SCAC at 18-8 (12-4). Senior Spenser Cruikshank returns to lead the Roos after a junior campaign which she averaged 5.1 points and 5.8 rebounds in 24.2 minutes a ballgame.

To listen to first year head coach Michelle Filander of Austin College, click here.

To listen to senior forward Spenser Cruikshank, click here.

Friday, October 15, 2010

SCAC Football Podcast


This week on the SCAC Football Podcast; Director of Communications Russell Kramer sat down with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Will Hawkins and Special Teams Player-of-the-Week Michael Galatas both of Millsaps College.

Hawkins tallied 14 tackles (12 solo), three tackles for loss and added two sacks in the Majors’ 35-19 win over visiting Huntingdon (Ala.). Hawkins currently leads the SCAC with 13 tackles per game and is second in the league in sacks.

Galatas totaled 195 all-purpose yards in the Majors’ 35-19 win over Huntingdon (Ala.). He totaled 11 yards on five kickoffs (22.2 avg.) and also contributed by averaging 17.3 yards per punt return on three returns with a long return of 51 yards.

Galatas is second in the league in punt return average (9.9/return).

To listen to Will Hawkins, click here.

To listen to Michael Galatas, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Jordan Azar of Trinity.

Azar led the Tigers to three wins over the past week, including a 2-0 SCAC victory over Austin College on Sunday afternoon.

Azar contributed two goals and two assists to pace the Tiger offensive attack, scoring a point in all three of the games. Against Mary Hardin-Baylor, she scored a goal and an assist, then opened the weekend’s action with a goal against Dallas. In Trinity’s SCAC win over Austin College, Azar assisted on the eventual game-winner in the 76th minute of action, keeping the Tigers unbeaten in conference play.

For the season, Azar is third on the team with five goals, four assists, and 14 total points. With her assist on Sunday, she moves into the top 10 in Trinity history for career assists.

To listen to Jordan Azar of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Co-Offensive Player-of-the-Week Ryan Staten of Southwestern.

Kramer also spoke with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Freddie Delchamps of Sewanee.

Staten had three goals on five shots and one assists for the Pirates this weekend as they remain unbeaten in conference action. Staten and the Pirates are off to their first 4-0 conference start since the 2003 season.

Delchamps four shots in the Tigers 1-0 victory over Oglethorpe on Saturday, including a crucial penalty shot to hold on for the shutout.

To listen to Ryan Staten of Southwestern, click here.

To listen to Freddie Delchamps of Sewanee, click here.

Friday, October 8, 2010

SCAC Football Podcast


This week on the SCAC Football Podcast; Director of Communications Russell Kramer sat down with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Kyle Lewis of Trinity, Defensive Player-of-the-Week Jimmy Eye of Rhodes and Special Teams Player-of-the-Week Garrett Biel of Trinity.

Lewis ran for 160 yards on 25 carries (6.4 avg.) and scored two touchdowns in Trinity’s 38-28 win at Birmingham-Southern. He totaled 86 yards on 14 (6.1 avg.) attempts in the first half and then upped his production in the second half to 74 yards on 11 carries (6.7 avg.).

Lewis ran for just 17 yards on five carries the previous week in a loss at Millsaps. On the season, Lewis leads the team with 365 yards on 59 carries (6.2 avg.) to rank third in the SCAC.

Eye tallied six tackles (four solo), three tackles for loss and a career-high 2.5 sacks in the Lynx’s 42-28 loss to visiting LaGrange (Ga.).

Biel connected on a career-long 49 yard field goal late in the first quarter of the Tigers’ 38-28 win at Birmingham-Southern. His 49 yard field goal was the third-longest in school history and was his third field goal made from 45 or more yards.

Biel also connected on all five of his PAT attempts to tally eight total points.

To listen to Kyle Lewis of Trinity, click here.

To listen to Jimmy Eye of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to Garrett Biel of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Podcast


This week on the SCAC Field Hockey Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with Rhodes' teammates and SCAC Offensive and Defensive Players-of-the-Week, Charlie Wagner and Sarah Dockery.

Wagner is an undeniable presence in every game the Lynx play. She helped led her team to two big wins this weekend from the center mid position, playing all 170 minutes and running goal line to goal line throughout both matches.

Wagner was successful on her penalty stroke which was vital in the DePauw win and also scored the Lynx third goal at Sewanee on Sunday. Wagner's vision, distribution, and elimination skills make her standout as one of the best players in the region.

Dockery was integral in Rhodes’ big wins this weekend at DePauw and Sewanee. In Friday’s match Sarah earned a total of 17 saves including several one on one stops in regulation and overtime. In penalty strokes Dockery blocked all three DePauw attempts that were on frame including a phenomenal stick save.

Dockery earned Sunday’s win over Sewanee in shutout fashion and notched nine saves along the way. Sarah has worked hard and improved tremendously over the last six weeks and the Lynx thrive on her confidence and communication from goal.

To listen to Charlie Wagner of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to Sarah Dockery of Rhodes, click here.

SCAC Volleyball Podcast


This week on the SCAC Volleyball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Player-of-the-Week Alex Bothe of Birmingham-Southern.

Bothe hit .269 while averaging 3.0 kills per set and 2.2 digs per set to lead Birmingham-Southern to a 4-0 record at the SCAC Crossover matches at Birmingham-Southern.

She hit .588 with 11 kills and only one attack error in a 3-0 win over Sewanee. Bothe had double-digit kills in three of her four matches with 11 against Sewanee, 12 against Centre and 15 against Millsaps where she added 11 digs against the Majors for a double-double. She finished off the weekend with nine service aces to go along with four total blocks.

To listen to Alex Bothe of Birmingham-Southern, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Bess Goodman of Seawnee.

Kramer also caught up with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Emily White of DePauw.

Goodman scored four goals in a 7-0 win over the University of Dallas on Sunday. Goodman opened the scoring just seven minutes into the contest and then scored three goals in the last eight minutes and one seconds to give her four on the day.

Goodman became just the third player from Seawnee to score four goals in one game since 1991 in women's soccer and the first in the SCAC since 2008.

White led the Tiger defense in two shutout SCAC wins against Birmingham-Southern and Millsaps. White along with the Tiger defense allowed just 17 shots all weekend and nine corners.

White also got involved on the offensive end chipping in with a goal in the 3-0 win over Birmingham-Southern.

To listen to Bess Goodman of Sewanee, click here.

To listen to Emily White of DePauw, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Josh Settle of Centre.

Kramer also spoke with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Denny Mask of Trinity.

Settle continued his strong offensive play with a pair of braces over the weekend. The Colonels started their road trip at Millsaps College on Friday night, where Josh began his impressive weekend. Settle was a constant threat, tallying six shots on the night with four on goal. Settle scored two amazing free kick goals in the final eleven minutes to guarantee the 2-0 win for the Colonels.

On Sunday, Settle continued his scoring streak, tallying two more goals, en route to helping the Colonels to a 3-0 victory. On the weekend, Settle had nine shots with six on goal, tallying four goals in the process. On the season, Settle has 10 goals and two assists for 22 total points.

Mask led the Tiger defense that went 1-1 last week, recording a shutout victory on Friday, but falling in a game against top-ranked Christopher Newport Saturday.

Mask and the rest of the defense allowed just four shots to Rowan in a 3-0 win on Friday, then against Division III’s top-ranked team gave up a single score. Coming into the game, CNU was averaging four goals/game.

Friday’s shutout was the third of the year for the Tigers, who have given up just 11 goals in 10 games this season.

To listen to Josh Settle of Centre, click here.

To listen to Denny Mask of Trinity, click here.

Friday, October 1, 2010

SCAC Football Podcast


This week on the SCAC Football Podcast; Director of Communications Russell Kramer sat down with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Alex Koors of DePauw, Defensive Player-of-the-Week Jonathan Lambert of DePauw and Special Teams Player-of-the-Week Taylor Russolino of Millsaps.

Koors became DePauw's all-time receiving yardage leader breaking the mark of 2,913 held by Dan Ryan (1999-2002) by catching six passes for 157 yards and three touchdowns. He also tied the DePauw single-game record with his three receiving touchdowns. Koors also moved into second-place on the SCAC’s career receiving yardage list and is just 220 yards from setting the conference mark.

Lambert tallied 13 tackles (seven solo) while also breaking up a pass in DePauw’s 35-7 win over visiting Sewanee.

Russolino averaged 40.7 yards per punt on seven punts while pinning three of his kicks inside the 20-yard line in a 27-23 win at Trinity. He also had one punt which was fair caught. Russolino also handled kickoff duties and tallied one touchback on five kickoffs.

To listen to Alex Koors of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Jonathan Lambert of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Taylor Russolino of Millsaps, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Podcast


This week on the SCAC Field Hockey Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Margaret Ellis of DePauw and SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Regan McLaughlin of Rhodes.

Ellis scored 3 goals in the first half against Division II's 8th ranked Bellarmine.

Over the weekend, Ellis scored DePauw's second goal in SCAC win over Centre.

Ellis
now leads the SCAC with 12 goals; the sophomore is just five goals shy of tying the SCAC single season record.

McLaughlin had two outstanding games for the Lynx this weekend. With exceptional speed and ball control Regan is all over the backfield for Rhodes. McLaughlin also has great game sense which leads to a strong offensive push and presence from the Lynx defensive end.

Coming off a calf injury which kept her out of play last weekend, McLaughlin was a big part of both the Hendrix and Lindenwood wins. Regan has started and played in every game she was healthy this fall. Regan played the vast majority of both games this weekend and helped to hold opponents to just nine shots and one goal in 140 minutes of play.

To listen to Margaret Ellis of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Regan McLaughlin of Rhodes, click here.




SCAC Volleyball Podcast


This week on the SCAC Volleyball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Co-Players-of-the-Week Ali Smith of DePauw University and Catharine Found of Trinity University.

Smith averaged 10.64 assists per set while tallying 149 total assists. She also totaled 30 digs (2.14/set) and eight blocks. She registered 52 assists against Colorado College (10.4/set), 50 assists against Austin College (12.5) and 47 assists against Trinity (9.4).

Found hit .411 while averaging 2.24 kills per set to lead Trinity to a 3-1 record at the SCAC Crossover matches at Sewanee. She hit better than .300 in each of the Tigers’ four matches. Against Centre, Found hit a blistering .565 with 16 kills and four blocks. She then tallied 10 kills and four blocks against #20 Austin College.

To listen to Ali Smith of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Catharine Found of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Abby Loar of Trinity University.

Kramer also caught up with SCAC Co-Defensive Player-of-the-Week Allyson Thrall of Trinity University.

Loar scored three goals and had two assists to lead the Tiger women’s soccer team to a pair of road wins that opened up SCAC play.

Loar
had both game-winning goals for the weekend, and either scored or assisted on five of the team’s seven goals. Against Hendrix, she scored the eventual game-winner in the 18th minute, then assisted on the game’s second goal later in the first half. In the Rhodes game, she scored the first goal of the second half that put Trinity up 2-0, and later turned out to be the difference in the 2-1 win.

For the season, Loar is tied for the team lead with three goals and three assists, and a total of nine points. The weekend’s game-winners were the first of the season for Loar, who led the Tigers in scoring last year.

Thrall led a stingy Tiger defense that allowed just one goal and five shots in a pair of SCAC wins at Hendrix and Rhodes over the weekend. Thrall and the Trinity defense yielded just one shot in Friday’s shutout win over Hendrix, then went into the 90th minute before allowing a late goal against Rhodes on Sunday. For the season, the Tiger defense has posted three shutouts and given up just seven total goals.

To listen to Abby Loar of Trinity, click here.

To listen to Allyson Thrall of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Co-Defensive Player-of-the-Week Andrew Desmarais of DePauw University.

Desmarais spearheaded DePauw's defensive performances in a pair of 1-0 shutouts over Oglethorpe and Sewanee.

To listen to Andrew Desmarais of DePauw, click here.



Friday, September 24, 2010

SCAC Football Podcast


This week on the SCAC Football Podcast; Director of Communications Russell Kramer sat down with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Shane Bowser of Millsaps along with Defensive Player-of-the-Week Clay Adams of Rhodes.

Bowser ran for 150 yards on 21 carries (7.1 yards/carry) in the Majors’ 38-24 win over visiting Austin College. He also added two touchdowns while accumulating 189 all-purpose yards. Bowser had a long run of 26 yards. He also caught two passes for 39 yards.

Adams tallied seven tackles while also intercepting two passes and returning them for a total of 53-yards and also chipped in with one pass break up in Rhodes’ 22-16 win at Trinity.

To listen to Shane Bowser of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to Clay Adams of Rhodes, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Podcast


This week on the SCAC Field Hockey Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Lindsey Gurkovic of Rhodes and SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Taylor Helms of DePauw.

Gurkovich scored both game winning goals for Rhodes this weekend in wins over Centre and Transy, both of which were on the road. Gurkovich found the back of the cage at Transy just minutes into play and scored a second goal within 10 minutes of the first.

On Sunday at Centre, Gurkovich netted a goal off of an assist from Sara Sanders mid way through the first half. Gurkovich scored three goals this weekend on just seven shots. Lindsey leads the team in points with 12 thus far this season on four goals and four assists.

Helms showed outstanding defensive skill this weekend in leading the Tigers to two victories on the weekend. In the SCAC opener at Sewanee, Helms showed outstanding individual skill, especially on penalty corners, limiting her opponent’s opportunities for shots on goal. Her strong second half performance helped the Tigers pull out the win.

On Sunday against Division II Limestone, Helms had another big game, especially during the overtime periods, leading the Tigers to a 2-1 victory.

To listen to Lindsey Gurkovich of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to Taylor Helms of DePauw, click here.

SCAC Volleyball Podcast


This week on the SCAC Volleyball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Co-Players-of-the-Week Emily Perkins of Colorado College and Lindsay Thompson of Southwestern.

Perkins hit .348 while averaging 3.47 kills per set to lead Colorado College to four victories last weekend at the SCAC Crossover matches at Southwestern University. Defensively, Perkins averaged 3.27 digs and .533 blocks per set. She posted her fourth and fifth double-double of the season on Saturday, including a 21-kill, 20-dig performance during the five-set victory over Millsaps. Perkins averaged 5.6 points (kills + aces + blocks) per contest during the weekend.

Thompson had 55 kills in 17 sets for a 3.24 kills/set average and had only 10 errors for a .375 hitting percentage. She also led the Pirates in block with 22 to lead Southwestern to a perfect 4-0 conference record.

To listen to Emily Perkins of Colorado College, click here.

To listen to Lindsay Thompson of Southwestern, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC C0-Offensive Players-of-the-Week Ali Ryan of Austin College and Alicia Plotky of Birmingham-Southern.

Kramer also caught up with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Kelli Lenz of Centre.

Ryan scored twice in Austin College’s lone game last week and added an assist, giving the junior six goals in five games so far this year. Ryan has scored a goal in every game so far this season for the ‘Roos.

Plotky scored a hat trick in the Panthers’ home opener on Sunday against Agnes Scott College, and also recorded two assists in the 7-0 victory. One of her assists was on the first goal of the game, which would become the game-winner. Plotky also led the team with five shots, four of those on-goal.

Lenz earned a pair of shut-out wins on the road this past weekend for the Colonels. Saturday afternoon in Hanover, Ind., Centre defeated Hanover College 1-0. Lenz faced seven shots and recorded four saves in the net.

Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati, Ohio, Centre defeated the College of Mount Saint Joseph 4-0 in which Lenz faced eight shots and recorded four more saves. In over 500 minutes of play, Lenz has earned three shutouts and posts a GAA of 0.66.

In seven opening games, Lenz’s leadership in goal has helped earn the Colonels four shut-outs and has limited their opponents to three goals and only seven corners.

To listen to Ali Ryan of Austin College, click here.

To listen to Alicia Plotky of Birmingham-Southern, click here.

To listen to Kelli Lenz of Centre, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Sam Temple of Austin College.

Kramer also spoke with SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Chris Jackson of Centre.

Temple
scored five goals, including a first half hat trick, despite playing less than half the game in a 6-0 victory over Dallas Christian College in Austin College’s lone match of the week. Temple has a team-best eight goals in six games this season.

Jackson had a great weekend for the Colonels in the net. Over the weekend, the Colonels traveled to Mount Saint Joseph’s on Friday and Wilmington College on Saturday. In the first match at MSJ, Jackson made several breakaway stops on his way to five total saves in the game, to secure the win for Centre.

The following game, Jackson posted his third shutout of the year against Wilmington College, making three saves along the way for the Colonels. helping Centre improve to a 5-1 record. On the weekend, Jackson made eight saves and had a .50 GAA.

To listen to Sam Temple of Austin College, click here.

To listen to Chris Jackson of Centre, click here.

Friday, September 17, 2010

SCAC Football Podcast


This week on the SCAC Football Podcast; Director of Communications Russell Kramer sat down with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Michael Engle of DePauw, Defensive Player-of-the-Week Matt Finke of Austin College and Special Teams Player-of-the-Week Jordan Albright of Centre.

Engle equaled a DePauw single-game school record with six touchdown passes as the Tigers' cruised to a 45-16 season-opening victory over Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Engle completed 26-of-36 passes for 300 yards in just his second career start, and tied the school mark of six TD passes set by Spud Dick against Rhodes last year. The senior signal-caller tossed two TD each passes to all-American wideout Alex Koors (7 and 12 yards) and Nathan Evans (9 and 5 yards). Jon Ellis (12 yards) and Bobby Coburn (1 yard) each hauled in one scoring reception from Engle.

Finke tallied five tackles (two solo) while also intercepting two passes and returning one interception 68-yards to the Texas Lutheran one-yard line. Both interceptions led to Kangaroo touchdowns in a 20-14 home win over TLU.

Albright returned four punts for 119 yards for an average of 29.8 yards per punt in the Colonels’ 35-0 home-opening win over Maryville (Tenn.). Albright had a long return of 54 yards in the game.

To listen to Michael Engle of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Matt Finke of Austin College, click here.

To listen to Jordan Albright of Centre, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Podcast


This week on the SCAC Field Hockey Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Addie McDonnell of DePauw and SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Sydney White of Centre.

McDonnell contributed to the Tigers' wins over Transylvania (7-0) and Wooster (1-0). In Saturday's win over Transylvania, she score just 5:24 into the match, and added her second goal of the game midway through the second half.

McDonnell
generated many offensive bursts for the Tigers on Sunday against Wooster, showing outstanding speed and creating several break-away opportunities. By creating pressure on the Wooster defense.

White overcame a slow start in the first half of Saturday’s 1-0 Colonel win over Ohio Wesleyan to put on a dominant defensive display in the second half and another superior match in Centre’s 1-0 win over Denison.

White shutout down any chances for Centre’s opponents to develop a legitimate attack down her side of the field and contributed greatly to Centre’s commanding possession and shot totals. She also made a tremendous block on a late penalty corner attempt by Denison with less than two minutes to play to preserve Centre’s fourth consecutive shutout victory.

To listen to Addie McDonnell of DePauw, click here.

To listen to Sydney White of Centre, click here.

SCAC Volleyball Podcast


This week on the SCAC Volleyball Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Player-of-the-Week Laura Goldsmith of Colorado College.

Goldsmith averaged 6.53 assists per set as Colorado College split a pair of matches. During Saturday’s five-set loss to #16 Eastern University, she finished with a career-high 33 digs.

Goldsmith
tallied 20 or more digs in all four matches and jumped up to 24th-place on Colorado College’s career digs list with 611 just nine matches into her sophomore season.

To listen to Laura Goldsmith of Colorado College, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Women's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week Brittany Garr of Centre and SCAC Defensive Player-of-the-Week Kaitlin Elledge of Austin College.

Garr continues to be a driving force for the Colonels offense, currently leading the team with five goals and two assists. Saturday evening, while only playing 15 minutes, she earned a goal in the Colonels 5-0 win over Spalding.

Sunday afternoon against Berry, Garr earned two more goals and also posted three shots on the outing. For the weekend, Garr earned 6 points for the Colonels. On the season, Garr has earned 12 points in four games.

Elledge had a pair of shutouts over the weekend, blanking East Texas Baptist and the University of Dallas.
Elledge
has three clean sheets in four games this season, surrendering a lone goal during a 4-0 start for Austin College.

To listen to Brittany Garr of Centre, click here.

To listen to Kaitlin Elledge of Austin College, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast


This week on the SCAC Men's Soccer Podcast Director of Communications Russell Kramer had the chance to catch up with SCAC Co-Offensive Players-of-the-Week Tyler Evans of Birmingham-Southern and Ryan Garvey of Centre.

Kramer also spoke with SCAC Co-Defensive Players-of-the-Week Kyle Porter of Trinity and Andy McGhie of Colorado College.

Evans scored a hat trick against University of the Ozarks, Saturday, and recorded an assist against Huntingdon, Sunday, to help the Panthers win their second straight tournament title at the Kyle Rote, Jr., Invitational, hosted by Sewanee. For his efforts, Evans was named Offensive MVP of the tournament.

Garvey had a prolific weekend for the Colonels. Against Oberlin College on Friday, Garvey was a constant attacking threat, hitting the bar and post along with calling on the OC keeper to make several special saves. Garvey’s play continued Saturday night, in the Championship game against Hiram College, as he earned his first hat-trick of his Centre career, from five shots on goal. On the weekend, Garvey finished with 3 goals and 1 assist, earning him Co-Most Valuable Player award and helping the Colonels improve to 3-1 on the season.

Porter led a Tiger defense that produced two shutout victories over the weekend, defeating both Hardin-Simmons and UT-Dallas. Porter and the Trinity defense yielded just five total shots in the two games, including zero shots in the second half of the 1-0 win over UT-Dallas on Saturday. Porter, who missed last season due to injury, has started all five games this season, and has led a stingy Tiger defense that has allowed just four goals and 25 shots in the first five games.

McGhie posted back-to-back shutouts to help Colorado College post a 1-0-1 record for the week. During the 0-0 tie with Penn State-Behrend on Sunday, he stopped six shots en route to his third shutout of the season and the fifth of his career. McGhie now has played 330:43 since allowing a goal against Willamette on a penalty kick. He had to make only one save during Friday’s 2-0 victory over McMurry University.

To listen to Tyler Evans of Birmingham-Southern, click here.

To listen to Ryan Garvey of Centre, click here.

To listen to Kyle Porter of Trinity, click here.

To listen to Andy McGhie of Colorado College, click here.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

SCAC Football Media Days - Day Four

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day four is a sit down with Sewanee head coach Robert Black along with seniors McLain Still and Chalankis Brown.

The SCAC also had the opportunity to talk with Trinity head coach Steve Mohr along with seniors Caleb Urban and Jarrod Burns.

To listen to head coach Robert Black of Sewanee, click here. Part Two.

To listen to senior OL McLain Still of Sewanee, click here.

To listen to senior DB Chalankis Brown of Sewanee, click here.

To listen to head coach Steve Mohr of Trinity, click here.

To listen to senior WR Caleb Urban of Trinity, click here.

To listen to senior LB Jarrod Burns of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Volleyball Media Days - Day Four

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day four is a sit down with Millsaps head coach Jamie Burns, Sewanee head coach Jessica Cortese, Southwestern head coach Hannah Long and Trinity head coach Julie Jenkins.

To listen to Jamie Burns of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to Jessica Cortese of Sewanee, click here.

To listen to Hannah Long of Southwestern, click here.

To listen to Julie Jenkins of Trinity, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Media Days - Day Four

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day four is a sit down with Southwestern head coach Jene' Baclawski and Trinity head coach Lance Key.

To listen to Jene' Baclawski of Southwestern, click here.

To listen to Lance Key of Trinity, click here. Part Two.

SCAC Men's Soccer Media Days - Day Four

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day four is a sit down with Sewanee head coach David Poggi, Southwestern head coach Don Gregory and Trinity head coach Paul McGinlay.

To listen to David Poggi of Sewanee, click here.

To listen to Don Gregory of Southwestern, click here.

To listen to Paul McGinlay of Trinity, click here.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

SCAC Football Media Days - Day Three

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day three is a sit down with Millsaps head coach Aaron Pelch along with seniors Michael Galatas and Kevin Peters.

The SCAC also had the opportunity to talk with Rhodes head coach Joe White along with seniors Matt Gilbert and Andrew Meier.

To listen to head coach Aaron Pelch of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to senior WR Michael Galatas of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to senior DB Kevin Peters of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to head coach Joe White of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to senior RB Mitt Gilbert of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to senior LB Andrew Meier of Rhodes, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Media Days - Day Three

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

The final day features an installment with head coach Jen Baldaccini of Sewanee.

To listen to Jen Baldaccini of Sewanee, click here.

SCAC Volleyball Media Days - Day Three

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day three is a sit down with Oglethorpe head coach Kurt Matthews and Rhodes head coach Sam Lambert.

To listen to Kurt Matthews of Oglethorpe, click here.

To listen to Sam Lambert of Rhodes, click here.

SCAC Women's Soccer Media Days - Day Three

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day three is a sit down with Oglethorpe head coach Alan Woods, Rhodes head coach Joe Vari and Sewanee head coach Patrick Johnston.

To listen to Alan Woods of Oglethorpe, click here.

To listen to Joe Vari of Rhodes, click here.

To listen to Patrick Johnston of Sewanee, click here.

SCAC Men's Soccer Media Days - Day Three

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day three is a sit down with Millsaps coach Lee Johnson, Oglethorpe head coach Jon Akin and Rhodes head coach Andy Marcinko.

To listen to Lee Johnson of Millsaps, click here.

To listen to Jon Akin of Oglethorpe, click here.

To listen to Andy Marcinko of Rhodes, click here.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

SCAC Football Media Days - Day Two

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day two is a sit down with Centre head coach Andy Frye along with seniors Will Geisen and Dane Spoekler.

The SCAC also had the opportunity to talk with DePauw head coach Robby Long along with seniors Kyle Sherer and Alex Koors.

To listen to head coach Andy Frye of Centre, click here.

To listen to senior LB Will Geisen of Centre, click here.

To listen to senior OL Dane Spoekler of Centre, click here.

To listen to head coach Robby Long of DePauw, click here.

To listen to senior LB Kyle Sherer of DePauw, click here.

To listen to senior WR Alex Koors of DePauw, click here.

SCAC Field Hockey Media Days - Day Two

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference office will conduct its second annual "media days" event beginning Monday, August 30.

Day two is a sit down with Hendrix head coach Ellie Karvoski and Rhodes head coach Jane Wells.

To listen to Ellie Karvoski of Hendrix, click here.

To listen to Jane Wells of Rhodes, click here.