Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Discussion On Diversity Highlights GNAC Insider

Discussion On Diversity Highlights Stacked Show: GNAC Insider was joined on Tuesday by an NCAA director of inclusion, Azusa Pacific's athletic director and representatives from women's soccer and volleyball teams around the league.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

GNAC Insider: Soccer, Volleyball, CWU Stadium Renovation

The latest edition of GNAC Insider, the weekly look around the Great Northwest Athletic Conference hosted by Rob Lowery, featured Western Oregon University women's soccer player Selene Konyn, Seattle Pacific volleyball coach Abbie Wright along with Falcons' middle blocker Shaun Crespi, and Central Washington athletic director Dr. Dennis Francois.

Konyn, a junior midfielder, is a veteran on the Wolves' roster and has helped WOU to a 2-1 start in conference play.

Wright is in her second season as the head coach of the Falcons, who have ripped off five consecutive victories and find themselves in a tie for second place in the GNAC. Crespi, a senior, is one of the veteran leaders for SPU.

Francois, the Wildcats' sixth-year athletic director, joined the show to talk about a variety of happenings on the CWU campus, including the renovation of Tomlinson Stadium. Among other changes, Central Washington installed an artificial surface and installed lights. The Wildcats will host West Texas A&M on Saturday in the first night football game at the nearly 50-year-old venue.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

MSUB AD Krista Montague Featured on GNAC Insider

The second edition of GNAC Insider in 2018-19 featured a pair of individuals connected to GNAC soccer along with Montana State Billings athletic director Krista Montague.

Montague, who took over as the Yellowjackets' AD in 2013, talked about the recent move by MSUB to add women's triathlon as a varsity sport. In addition, she discussed MSUB's efforts in hosting the 2018 NCAA West Regional Cross Country Championships in mid-November.

Other guests included Northwest Nazarene women's soccer head coach Mary Trigg, whose team is off to a 5-0-1 start, and Simon Fraser men's soccer player Connor Glennon, who was named the United Soccer Coaches National Player of the Week on Monday.

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