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Host Tyler Eaton and WKU Football Head Coach Tyson Helton discuss how he and his family are handling the COVID-19 pandemic, how the Hilltoppers are adjusting and continuing to grow despite the cancellation of spring football, and what to expect from the 2020 roster and more.
Former WKU Basketball star Justin Johnson discusses playing professionally in Italy and being quarantined in the country during the COVID-19 pandemic, returning to the United States with his pregnant wife, WKU’s NIT Final Four run in his senior year, the current Hilltoppers and more.
WKU Softball senior pitcher Kelsey Aikey discusses the NCAA granting an eligibility waiver this week for spring-sport athletes, her intention to return for an additional year at WKU next season, the team’s experience in Dallas when the 2020 season was halted, and how she and her family have handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
WKU Baseball head coach John Pawlowski discusses the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on him, his family and his team, the bus ride to Birmingham where the Hilltoppers’ season was ultimately halted, what lies ahead for the program with the NCAA eligibility waiver for seniors and uncertainty around the MLB Draft, as well as his team’s hot start to the 2020 season before it was cut short.
In the first installment of the WKU Radio Rewind presented by Meijer, the clock rewinds to 2018 as WKU Hilltopper Basketball picks up a massive road win at Oklahoma State in the NIT Quarterfinals – with a trip to New York City for the NIT Final Four on the line.
Former WKU Basketball star and NBA veteran Courtney Lee discusses how he and his family have coped with the COVID-19 pandemic, the night the league halted its games and changed the national discourse, having to quarantine for 14 days in Dallas, how WKU prepared him for the NBA, and what it’s been like to carry the NBA banner for the Hilltoppers with more than a decade in the league.
In the second installment of the WKU Radio Rewind presented by Meijer, the clock rewinds to 2014 as WKU Football visits #19 Marshall in the regular-season finale. Ultimately 133 points are scored, Brandon Doughty throws eight touchdown passes, and it all comes down to a two-point conversion try.
WKU Volleyball head coach Travis Hudson discusses the impact of COVID-19 on his family and his program, the team's adjustments in training for the spring, one of the greatest seasons in program history in 2019, helping his student-athletes find the positives in trying times, the two-year anniversary of his "widow-maker" heart attack, and more.
In the third installment of the WKU Radio Rewind presented by Meijer, the clock rewinds to 2018 as WKU Lady Topper Basketball meets top-seeded UAB in the Conference USA Championship. With Tashia Brown’s 25 points leading four Lady Toppers in double figures, WKU earns its third C-USA Tournament title in four seasons in the league.
WKU Lady Topper Basketball redshirt senior Dee Givens discusses having her college career ended abruptly by the COVID-19 pandemic, her aspirations for a pro career, what being a two-time WKU graduate means to her and her family, her hobby of researching bulletin-board material, her relationship with WKU head coach Greg Collins, and more.