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Aug. 31, 2015
The “Bearcat Coaches Show,” which airs live between 6 and 7 p.m. each week from Carson’s Sports Grille on the Maryville square, is returning for another season.
The weekly show, broadcast by KXCV-KRNW, the flagship station for the Bearcat Radio Network, begins another season Wednesday, Sept. 2, at Carson’s Sports Grille, located at 310 N. Main St. in Maryville. The Bearcat Radio Network’s veteran broadcast team of Northwest alumni John Coffey and Matt Gaarder will host each week’s show.
Due to the Northwest’s Thursday night football games, the show will air on Wednesday nights during the first two weeks and will resume its regular Thursday night schedule for the remainder of the fall sport season, beginning Sept. 17.
All fans are invited to join KXCV-KRNW for the show, which features interviews with Northwest coaches and student-athletes. Special giveaways each week are courtesy of The Student Body in Maryville.
The first show will feature football and cross country coaches and athletes as well as Director of Athletics Mel Tjeerdsma, who will discuss upgrades and exciting changes in the Northwest athletic department.
This week’s show will feature Bearcat cross country head coach Scott Lorek and members of the cross country teams. Director of Athletics Mel Tjeerdsma also will discuss upgrades and exciting changes in the Northwest athletics department, and Bearcat head football coach Adam Dorrel will the program by phone to discuss the football team’s regular season opener against the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
The Bearcat Radio Network broadcasts every Bearcat football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball game, home or away. KXCV, the award-winning National Public Radio affiliate broadcasting from the Northwest campus, has served as the flagship station of the Bearcat Radio Network since its launch in 1999.
With 100,000 watts behind it, KXCV-KRNW is the most powerful station in the region and reaches parts of four states – Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa. Since its inception in 1971, KXCV also has served as a training ground for Northwest students interested in broadcasting, and serving listeners while training students remains foremost in the radio station’s mission.
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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