Steve Strain and Bob Hull join the podcast to break down the early results for Wichita State women’s and men’s basketball. The women are off to a 3-1 start and Strain details the improvements he sees and how the Shockers can improve. Wichita State’s men are 1-1 and Hull talks about the new faces and how they might help as the roster returns to full strength.
Shockers basketball graduate manager Kellen Marshall is back to discuss additions to the Roundhouse’s 2019 top 50 list. Some of his favorite recent games include the 2019 NIT victory at Indiana and the 2020 comeback at SMU. He discusses how he grew into a love of coaching, which opposing coach is best at disinformation on the bench and why he thinks guard Alterique Gilbert is an excellent addition to the Shockers.
Nick Jones, director of player development, and video coordinator Jeff Chapman join the podcast to discuss the Twitter (@Nick_JonesWSU) project highlighting former Shockers such as Ron Baker, Joe Ragland, Markis McDuffie and others. We also learn Chapman’s role in a halftime superstition, their favorite advice from coach Gregg Marshall and how they explain Fred VanVleet’s basketball smarts.
Wichita State graduate manager Kellen Marshall discusses his view of the Roundhouse’s list of top 50 wins from 2007-March 1, 2019. Marshall, son of Shockers coach Gregg Marshall, details why NCAA wins over Pitt (2013) and Dayton (2017) mean so much and his affection for the 2015 ESPN GameDay win over Northern Iowa and the GameDay crew. We disagree about hoodie warmups, agree on respecting Gonzaga and he reveals the referees who deserve a break from Shocker fans.
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.