Sept. 3, 2008
Cullowhee, N.C. -
Western Carolina football Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator Matt Pawlowski and Catamount Volleyball skipper, Stephanie Dragan, will be the featured guests on Wednesday night's "In the Litterbox," live from the on-campus studios of WWCU-FM, Power 90dot5 in Cullowhee. The show runs from 7:00 until 8:00 pm each and every Wednesday night throughout the athletic year.
Fans can also tune into the show online at www.WWCUFM.com, and voice questions by calling (828) 227-7173.
The Catamount Football team visits Florida State this Saturday, Sept. 6 at 6:00 pm. WCU is coming off a season-opening, 35-0, victory over Shorter College, while it is the season-opener for FSU. Seminole head coach Bobby Bowden is currently tied with Penn State's Joe Paterno for the most wins all-time in NCAA Division I football.
In addition to being broadcast by the Catamount Sports Network, Saturday's game will also be broadcast on a Pay-Per-View basis by Sun Sports / FSN Florida (Channel 654 on DirecTV; Channel 423 on Dish Network; Comcast Cable subscribers may also receive this channel).
Despite taking the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers to the limit in its opening weekend tournament at Kentucky, the Volleyball Catamounts opened the season 0-4. WCU is on the road again this week in tournament play as it travels to Illinois State for the Redbird Classic. The Cats will face Western Michigan, Oakland and the host ISU squad looking for its first victory of the season.
"In the Litterbox" - a weekly interactive sports talk show that highlights Western Carolina Catamount athletics - is amidst its fourth season on the air on WWCU, Power 90dot5. Each week includes recaps of WCU current events, as well as in-studio interviews with Catamount personalities.
The show is hosted by Daniel Hooker, Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations, and is produced by station student general manager, Kyle McCurry.
WWCU continues to serve as the Flagship Station of Catamount Athletics this season, broadcasting Catamount football, men's and women's basketball, and Catamount baseball thus far this season, with select softball broadcasts in the works. WWCU has also been a partner with WCU Athletics in broadcasting the SoCon Women's Soccer Championship and NCAA tournament appearance, as well as the first-ever Catamount Softball games last season, continuing with both the softball and baseball SoCon tournaments.