Broadcaster Steve Strain joins The Roundhouse podcast to talk Wichita State women’s basketball. He discusses the team’s improvement from the preseason to the current 5-2 record and why it needs to improve at the foul line soon. We discuss the freshmen running the Shockers at guard and senior Sabrina Lozada-Cabbage’s adjustment to a prominent scoring role.
Wichita State director of marketing and fan engagement Reggie McIntyre joins the pod to talk about new things at Koch Arena, highlighted by new food and drinks. He reveals his favorite new concession item, debates the need for charging stations and discusses how athletic departments around the country are working to improve student attendance.
Wichita State men’s basketball newcomers Erik Stevenson, Jaime Echenique and Ricky Torres discuss their adjustment to Shocker basketball, their baseball and football careers, the Golden State Warriors and Torres’ Fortnite mastery.
Wichita State men’s basketball newcomers Chance Moore, Eli Farrakhan, Morris Udeze and Isaiah Poor Bear Chandler discuss their adjustment to Shocker basketball, which teammates are mentoring, football skills and the team’s top Fortnite player.
Wichita State men’s basketball newcomers Dexter Dennis, Jamarius Burton, Tate Busse and Teddy Allen discuss their adjustment to the new program, their sports backgrounds, NBA dominance and Fortnite skills.
Is it possible to get good sound quality in a round building with 10,506 screaming fans? Why is the under-4-minute media timeout crucial? Wichita State director of fan engagement Reggie McIntyre discusses how his staff works to balance game atmosphere with obligations to sponsors, how he and his staff review video to judge their performances, his career path to Wichita State and the best way to promote a rifle team.
Wichita State director of athletics Darron Boatright debuts on the podcast to discuss the school’s nine months in the American Athletic Conference, the possibility of scheduling Kansas State in men’s basketball, dealing with new road trips and baseball’s clean look. He reveals that track and field coach Steve Rainbolt tried to teach him how to track a meet on his form chart at the American indoor championships. We wrap up by talking about Loyola’s Final Four run.
Paul Suellentrop and King of All Media Bob Lutz talk Wichita State basketball and the American Athletic Conference. Where does Shaq Morris fit among the top Shocker centers? How did the NCAA bracket break for the Shockers? Has the move to the American Athletic Conference worked as well as hoped? Will Bob greet the University of Kansas basketball bus at the city limits and escort it to the NCAA games at Intrust Bank Arena?