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  • 00:29

    University of New Haven Woman's Basketball Coach Latonya Watson

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview University of New Haven Woman's Baskteball Coach Latonya Watson.


     


    Watson spent 12 seasons in two stints as an assistant coach at the University of Colorado. While there, she helped coach six teams that qualified for the NCAA tournament including the 2002 squad that advanced to the Elite Eight. She had 10 student-athletes continue their careers professionally, including Mandy Nightengale, who was the university's 2002 Sports Woman of the Year and a third round selection in the WNBA draft.


    She was also the academic liaison for the team which achieved a top-25 ranking in the 1999 WBCA Honor Roll while 92-percent of women's basketball players graduated during her time in Boulder.


    Most recently, Watson spent a season at Bucknell University as an assistant coach and the recruiting coordinator. She helped lead the Bison to an 18-12 record in 2014-15 and a berth in the Patriot League Championship tournament, while mentoring 2015 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, Jacquie Klotz.


    While at Bucknell, she also was a coach facilitator for the Bucknell Bison Leadership Academy, an extension of the Patriot League initiative to develop student-athletes as effective leaders, both on and off the field of play.


    "As a team we are ready to be a big part of the New Haven community and give back to those who have and continue to support us," Watson remarked.


    Watson is a 1992 graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. She was a four-year member of the women's basketball team for the Eagles where she appeared in 108 games and currently ranks fifth all-time in assists (446), sixth in steals (235) and 12th in points (1,296).


     

  • 00:30

    Robert Morris University Woman's Basketball Coach Sal Buscaglia

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Robert Morris  University Woman's Basketball Coach Sal Buscaglia


    Robert Morris University women's basketball head coach Sal Buscaglia is entering his final season on the bench with the Colonials, 13 years after taking over and turning around the women’s basketball program. Since he has taken over, the women's basketball program has played in six national tournaments, won three Northeast Conference championships and earned playoff berths in 10 of his 12 seasons.


    In 2014-15, Buscaglia led the Colonials to the conference championship game for the second straight season. RMU finished the year 18-15 overall and took third in in the NEC standings with a record of 13-5. A trio of Colonials earned post-season honors highlighted by All-NEC First Team selection Anna Niki Stamolamprou who averaged 15.4 points and 5.6 rebounds per game. Freshmen Megan Smith and Mikalah Mulrain were named to the league’s All-Rookie Team.


     
    Buscaglia returned the Colonials to the top of the NEC mountain in 2013-14, winning the regular season championship and the tournament title. It was the fourth regular season championship and third tournament title in Buscaglia’s reign. The feat earned him NEC Coach of the Year, while RMU earned a plethora of post-season hardware.
     
    Artemis Spanou was named the NEC Player of the Year for the second season earning All-NEC honors for the fourth straight season after leading the league in rebounding once again. Under Buscaglia’s tutelage, Spanou blossomed into RMU’s all-time leader in points and rebounds and owns 10 RMU season or career records. Anna Niki Stamolamprou and Cassie Oursler were also named to the NEC All-Rookie Team, joining a long list of Colonial players to earn honors under Buscaglia.
     
     

  • 00:28

    University of Arizona Head Basketball Coach Sean Miller

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview University of Arizona Head Basketball Coach Sean Miller.


    Sean Miller is an American college basketball coach who is currently the head men's basketball coach for the University of Arizona Wildcats.

  • 00:29

    Chuck Cooper, Jr. Will Discuss His Legendary Father And His Foundation

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Chuck Cooper, Jr. Will Discuss His Legendary Father And His Foundation.


    About the Foundation


    The Chuck Cooper Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to honoring the legacy of Chuck Cooper by helping further the education of our young people. The mission of The Chuck Cooper Foundation is to continue the legacy of Charles “Chuck” Cooper, the first African-American drafted into the National Basketball Association, by awarding graduate-level scholarships and by providing comprehensive leadership development, professional skills, and opportunities to underserved students.


    As he approached his graduation from Duquesne in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in education, Cooper signed on with the famed touring all-black Harlem Globetrotters team. On April 25, 1950, Cooper was selected in the second round of the NBA draft by Boston Celtics owner Walter Brown. When an associate pointed out that Cooper was black, Brown answered that he didn’t care whether Cooper was “striped, plaid, or polka dot.”


    The 6-foot, 5-inch, 200-lb. Cooper made his debut with the Celtics on November 1, 1950, and he went on to produce a strong rookie season. He played in 66 games, averaging 9.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game and sparking a renaissance in the Celtics’ drooping fortunes. Cooper formed bonds with his teammates, including future Celtics great Bob Cousy, with whom he would sometimes go out in the evening to listen to jazz concerts. During his basketball career, in addition to playing with the Celtics, Cooper also played with the Milwaukee Hawks and the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Pistons. While with the Pistons, he played in the 1956 NBA Championship.

  • 00:30

    All-American West Virginia Football Star Major Harris

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview West Virginia Football Star Major Harris.


    Major Harris is a former college football quarterback for West Virginia University during the 1980s. Harris was a 1989 All-American and finished fifth and third in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1988 and 1989, respectively

  • 00:31

    All-Big East Pitt Star Jason Matthews

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview All-Big East Pitt Star Jason Matthews. This is part 2 of the series of interviews we will do with Jasson.


    Jason was heavily recruited. Ultimately it was John Calipari (now head coach of Univ. of Kentucky) who convinced Jason to join the University of Pittsburgh and a very special recruiting class. Alongside Darelle Porter, Bobby Martin, Sean Miller (now head coach of Univ. of Arizona), and Brian Shorter; these freshmen went on to be named one of the all time Top 5 Recruiting Classes in NCAA history. Jason held NCAA, Pitt, and Big East records for 3 point field goal percentage and free throw percentage. Jason was named to the Big East All-Freshman Team and was selected 3 times to the All-Big East Team. Scoring over 1800 points at the University of Pittsburgh, Jason ranks #6 on Pitt’s All-Time scoring list. 

  • Mid Night Cry - Prayers conference with Evangelist Karen Johnson

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    Mid Night Cry - Prayers conference with Evangelist Karen Johnson

  • 02:03

    The People's Town Hall

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    Join your town hall host and moderator, Phil Waite as he welcomes Terry Holcomb Sr. known to many as "The Open Carry Preacher."  You won't want to miss this riveting discussion of the 2nd Amendment from a patriotic activist who is an expert on right to carry issues.  The People's Town Hall,11am to 1pm CT Saturday, April 30.

  • 00:34

    Acapella Hall: Kim Beacham

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  • 01:18

    May 2016 Andromeda Council Update

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    KAREN CRESSMAN - Spiritual Interpreter, Self Empowerment Coach, Author & Speaker - who brings forth wisdom from other realms, along with MARC HIMMELSTEIN from Healing 4 Inner Peace, talk with representatives and members of the Andromeda Council's Galactic Federation to learn the current status of events happening as the Council supports Earth and humanity in its ascension process. We continue to learn what is next for us now that we are moving forward in the 5th Dimension; what the Council is doing to assist us in creating sustainable practices in our governments, financial markets, healthcare systems, etc.; who the players are in the multiverses working for and against our ascension process, and … how YOU can help.


    Learn more about Karen at http://www.KarenCressman.com,
    https://www.facebook.com/karencressmanspiritualinterpreter/


    Learn more about Marcus at: https://www.facebook.com/marcus.healingfourinnerpeace
    or www.blogtalkradio.com/belovenow

  • 00:30

    Olympian Candy Young

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Olympian Candy Young.


    Young, a former U.S. Olympic athlete, began her duties as Delaware State University's Director of Athletics on August 13, 2012. She is the first female to hold the position at DSU.


    Working closely with the university administration, Young  immediately began to spell out a clear vision for Hornet athletics, including academic and support services for all student-athletes, fund raising, team and staff goals, facility improvements; and student, alumni, community and corporate support.


    Young has been involved in intercollegiate athletics for more than 30 years, including six as head track and field/cross country coach, Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Assistant Athletics Director and Associate AD at Delaware State University. 


    As SWA, she spearheaded several programs to help promote the advancement of women in athletics.  In 2010, Young helped to create the annual “Delaware Diamond Extravaganza," which recognizes the contributions of Delawareans and those with ties to Delaware on behalf  women's sports.  She also served as a delegate in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, where she represented DSU in the decision making processes.  She was named chairperson of the MEAC "Women of the Year" Committee selection process in 2010.


    Delaware State University's Kalyn Washburn (2010) and Jazmyne Hefflefinger (2012) were selected as the MEAC's Woman-of-the-Year during Young's tenure at DSU.


    In 2011, Young was submitted as a candidate from the MEAC delegation to represent the conference at the national level, and received an appointment to the Amateurism Cabinet of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.