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Post by midmajorfan Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:45 pm

Just saw this on the WCC site. Looks like Coach Smith and Conner are going to be on the WCC's new radio show this Tuesday. Pilots getting some love.

http://wccsports.cstv.com/genrel/090309aaa.html

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Post by Stonehouse Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:46 pm

BUMP

This goes on at 8:00 tonight... would be nice to support it, since it's great that the WCC is taking these steps to up the content available to fans.

Check it out! You can tune in at the WCC official site or at blogtalkradio.com/wccsports
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Post by pilotram Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:29 pm

Missed it. Did Conner say anything interesting?
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Post by Stonehouse Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:55 pm

I listened, and won a T-shirt for answering the trivia question. I rule!

The interviewer didn't really get too in-depth, but did ask him about recruiting locally vs. internationally, which was interesting. Conner said that the backbone of the program has been and always will be NW kids, and they'll go out of region every now and then when they find someone they think can help.

Conner also talked about how he felt that having the Western Regionals in Oregon this year was an advantage for the Pilots (because of the track conditions and the weather) and said that they need to run well at the Dellinger meet, Pre-Nats, and Regionals to make it to Nationals.

I was hoping they would get into the fact that Portland doesn't even run its Top 7 and still wins the WCC, but it didn't come up.
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Post by mattywizz Wed Sep 09, 2009 3:59 pm

coldsmokeAT wrote:Missed it. Did Conner say anything interesting?

He said something about a lowly recruit out of Pullman, WA who arrived in the fall of 2000 taking the program to the next level. He said this particular harrier never really did much on the (whatever XC runners run on) but what he did off the (whatever XC runners run on) forced the actual athelets to pick up their game. Which in turn helped him bring in the top recruits he has been getting. So while this runner never showed up on Todd McShay's top 15,000 runners of his high school class, he is the runner that Conner gave credit to for where the program is today.
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Post by pilotram Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:14 pm

mattywizz wrote:
coldsmokeAT wrote:Missed it. Did Conner say anything interesting?

He said something about a lowly recruit out of Pullman, WA who arrived in the fall of 2000 taking the program to the next level. He said this particular harrier never really did much on the (whatever XC runners run on) but what he did off the (whatever XC runners run on) forced the actual athelets to pick up their game. Which in turn helped him bring in the top recruits he has been getting. So while this runner never showed up on Todd McShay's top 15,000 runners of his high school class, he is the runner that Conner gave credit to for where the program is today.
About damn time!
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Post by MesaPilot1 Fri Sep 11, 2009 4:41 am

Stonehouse wrote:I listened, and won a T-shirt for answering the trivia question. I rule!

The interviewer didn't really get too in-depth, but did ask him about recruiting locally vs. internationally, which was interesting. Conner said that the backbone of the program has been and always will be NW kids, and they'll go out of region every now and then when they find someone they think can help.

Conner also talked about how he felt that having the Western Regionals in Oregon this year was an advantage for the Pilots (because of the track conditions and the weather) and said that they need to run well at the Dellinger meet, Pre-Nats, and Regionals to make it to Nationals.

I was hoping they would get into the fact that Portland doesn't even run its Top 7 and still wins the WCC, but it didn't come up.

Congrats Stoney, wait until next year, Im calling in you lucky duck Laughing .

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Post by MesaPilot1 Fri Sep 11, 2009 4:44 am

coldsmokeAT wrote:
mattywizz wrote:
coldsmokeAT wrote:Missed it. Did Conner say anything interesting?

He said something about a lowly recruit out of Pullman, WA who arrived in the fall of 2000 taking the program to the next level. He said this particular harrier never really did much on the (whatever XC runners run on) but what he did off the (whatever XC runners run on) forced the actual athelets to pick up their game. Which in turn helped him bring in the top recruits he has been getting. So while this runner never showed up on Todd McShay's top 15,000 runners of his high school class, he is the runner that Conner gave credit to for where the program is today.
About damn time!


You guys are over the top, keep it up you youngster Mattywizz,lol!!! cyclops

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