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The 2017-18 season is now complete. Congratulations to Nebraska Wesleyan and Amherst on their Division III national championships!
However, there is still some business to take care of ... we need to wrap up the season on Hoopsville.
Tune in Thursday, March 22 as Dave McHugh is joined by a few guests as we look back at the Championship Weekends along with looking ahead at what should be a busy off-season and exciting 2018-19 season.
Plus, it what may be surprising to some and expected from others, we talk to the now-retiring Mark Edwards of WashU men's basketball. We chat about 37 incredible years and why he feels it is time to walk off the court for good.
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Guests include (in order of appearance; subject to change):
- Mark Edwards, No. 15 WashU men's head coach
- Dale Wellman, No. 1 Nebraska Wesleyan head coach (from Sunday's postgame show)
- Max Pearce, SUNY Purchase Senior guard participating in the State Farm College Slam Dunk Championship in San Antonio
- Tim Fitzpatrick, Coast Guard AD and men's basketball committee chair (from Sunday's postgame show)
- Gordon Mann interview with Emma McCarthy, No. 1 Amherst junior forward*
- Katie Read, NYU Senior & Jostens Trophy awardee
- Nate Axelrod, Ohio Wesleyan Senior & Jostens Trophy awardee
- Nathan Dennison, VP of Sales at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Ind. (from Sunday's postgame show)
*Despite plans to air the interview Gordon Mann conducted with Amherst's Emma McCarthy, the segment was accidently left out of the show (when the schedule got shifted midway through). We apologize for that error. Below you will find the entire interview with McCarthy.