Extensive highlights and reaction from the 2015 Ivy League Championship Series, as Columbia Baseball won its third consecutive Ivy League Title. Dartmouth won Game 1, 7-6, while Columbia won Games 2 and 3, 7-2 and 10-7, respectively. Announcers: Ryan Young (play-by-play), Dan Radov, Kristyn Brundidge. Reaction from designated hitter Joe Falcone, catcher Logan Boyher, pitcher Harrisen Egly and head coach Brett Boretti.
Mets TV play-by-play man and WKCR Sports alumnus Gary Cohen joined Ryan Young for a conversation about Columbia Athletics, broadcasting, college basketball, baseball and more. Recorded 5.1.15. For more background on Gary's time at WKCR and his career, listen to his interview from 2012.
Features discussion on Columbia Baseball's big win and the upcoming Ivy League Championship Series. Also discussion on some new Columbia Basketball recruits, a conversation with Mets announcer Gary Cohen on Columbia Athletics, and some thoughts on a big week in pro sports. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Jacqueline Diggs, Max Rettig and Evan Clinton.
Highlights and reaction from Columbia Baseball's 4-2 win over Penn in the 2015 Lou Gehrig Division One-Game Playoff. With the victory, the Lions host Dartmouth in the Ivy League Championship Series for the third straight year. Announcers: Ryan Young and Kristyn Brundidge. Reaction from head coach Brett Boretti, pitcher George Thanopoulos, catcher Logan Boyher and pitcher Kevin Roy.
Features discussion on Columbia Baseball with special guests senior centerfielder Jordan Serena and junior pitcher Kevin Roy, in advance of Saturday's one-game playoff for the Lou Gehrig Division. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Dan Radov and Jacqueline Diggs.
Highlights (courtesy of the Ivy League Digital Network) and reaction from coach Boretti, Gus Craig, David Vandercook and Joe Falcone following Columbia's four-game sweep of Cornell. The two-time defending champs (14-2 Ivy) will now take on Penn (14-2 Ivy) for the division title this weekend. Announcer: Ryan Young.
Features interview with special guest, Columbia Athletic Director Peter Pilling, live in studio. Includes update on Columbia Athletics, Columbia baseball and more. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge and Dan Radov.
Ryan Young spoke with Columbia baseball head coach Brett Boretti after a successful stretch on the road, as the 10-2 two-time defending Ivy champions get set to host Cornell for four games this weekend.
An April Fools' Day edition, featuring discussion on Columbia baseball's opening Ivy weekend, an MLB preview and the NCAA Tournament. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Bridgette Tolbert, Max Rettig, Eli Finkelstein, Dan Radov and Jacuqeline Diggs.
Discussion featuring Columbia baseball. Also, one final wrap on men's basketball and some NCAA Tourney talk. (Due to technical difficulties the Columbia update [the first seven minutes] is incomplete and disjointed. ) Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Kristyn Brundidge, Yale Reisman, Dan Radov, Max Rettig, Eli Finkelstein, Bridgette Tolbert and Jaqueline Diggs.
Hip-Hop Producer, Ill Tal came to WKCR for an interview (link here) with Zach Wyche, and also did a break mix. This is the second part of the recording, with the break mix. Ill Tal goes through well known and rare breaks from his record collection (over 7000!). Have fun trying to figure out what he used. Check out his website at www.illTal.com.
Hip-Hop Producer, Ill Tal came to WKCR for an interview with Zach Wyche, and also did a break mix. This is the first part of the recording. Here is the link to the break mix. Check out his website at www.illTal.com. IllTal's most recent project was Still Trapped in the 90s, which is a completely instrumental hip-hop album with a heavy 90s theme.
Discussion on a big and busy week for Columbia Athletics, featuring the hiring of Al Bagnoli and the first road Ivy sweep for men's basketball in seven years. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman, Jacqueline Diggs, Max Rettig and Bridgette Tolbert.
Highlights and reaction from Columbia's 56-50 win at Yale that knocked the Bulldogs out of first place. The Lions both won at Yale and swept an Ivy road weekend for the first time since 2008. Brief post-game audio comes from Maodo Lo, Cory Osetkowski and Kyle Smith. Announcers: Ryan Young and Yale Reisman.
Highlights and reaction from Columbia's 76-59 win at Brown, led by a career night for Maodo Lo (35 points, the most for a Lion since 2004, and four steals). Audio includes Lo's 14 field goals, his post-game reaction, and Luke Petrasek's slam. It was Columbia's first victory at Brown since 2010. Announcers: Ryan Young and Yale Reisman.