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Hello World
June 19, 2017 07:00 AM PDT
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On this edition of In The Circle, we share with you some special news about our future and parnership with FastPitch News. We then chat with FastPitch News editor and former Golden Gopher ace Sara Moulton about her trip to the Women's College World Series as well as what's coming up. Our podcast concludes with thoughts on recent coaching hires at Indiana, Georgia Tech and a stunning departure in Division 2.

A World Series To Remember
June 07, 2017 05:08 PM PDT
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On this edition of In The Circle, we recap an amazing Women's College World Series including the epic Game 1 showdown between Oklahoma and Florida. We will be joined on the podcast by Sooner Sean to talk about where Coach Patty Gasso ranks among some of the all-time Sooner coaching greats. We cap off the podcasts with thoughts from Coach Gasso, Florida HC Tim Walton, and Paige Parker after Oklahoma won their second straight national championship.

The Champ Is Here!!!
June 02, 2017 05:16 AM PDT
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Fresh off winning their first Division II national championship in school history earlier this week, Victor is joined by NFCA HOF Coach of Minnesota State Lori Meyer to talk about her Mavericks and their historic 2017 season. Coach Meyer talks about when she felt her team could have this special season and the interesting tactic used the day of their championship victory.

WCWS Preview
May 30, 2017 05:00 PM PDT
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Only eight schools remain with a chance to claim the national championship as the 2017 Women's College World Series is set to begin. On this episode, we talk about the defending national champion Oklahoma Sooners with their PBP voice Chris Plank. Does Patty Gasso and company have enough to repeat as national champs? How does the addition of Paige Lowery help out last years Most Outstanding Player Paige Parker?

We also give our thoughts on the wild Super Regional weekend and who we think has a chance to win it all.

In The Circle with Brit Bowen
May 17, 2017 02:46 PM PDT
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With postseason drawing ever closer, we continue to talk some of the biggest storylines in the tournament. One of them is down on the plains with Clint Meyer's Auburn Tigers. We chat with The Voice of Auburn Softball Brit Bowen to talk about the Tigers' rise to softball prominence, their epic rematch with Oklahoma in the Super Regionals and will they have the tools to make it back to OKC for a third straight season.

Back In The Circle with Ruben Felix
May 17, 2017 02:50 PM PDT
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Fresh off winning their first SEC Tournament title, Ole Miss Associate Coach Ruben Felix joins us on this episode of ITC to talk about the Rebels as they prepare to host the Oxford regional this weekend.

In The Circle with Patrick Wright
May 18, 2017 07:00 AM PDT
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We continue our broadcasting tour of ITC as we talk with the longtime voice of LSU Softball Patrick Wright. He chats about the Tigers as they look to making to Oklahoma City for a 3rd straight season as well as the growth of the program and his time in Baton Rouge.

In The Circle with Adam Schick
May 16, 2017 06:49 AM PDT
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Now that Eric has calmed down, we will continue previewing the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament by chatting with #FOP (Friend of the Podcast) Adam Schick to talk about the Florida Gators and their quest for a 3rd national title in four seasons

The Aftermath
May 14, 2017 03:24 PM PDT
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Plain and simple, Selection Sunday was the most controversial in recent memory and we break down all the numbers and try to answer the biggest question:

Why did Minnesota NOT get a Top 8 National Seed?

Are You Ready for Selection Sunday?
May 14, 2017 03:16 PM PDT
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With so many questions heading into tonight's selection show, we bring you our last minute thoughts and observations heading in. Will the SEC get all 13 teams in? Which mid-major teams will be sweating it out? Who will be hosting regionals? What will the top eight national seeds look like?

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