This weekend on SPORTSPAGE, University Magazine and Season to Season Outdoors
On the February 7, 2013 edition of SPORTSPAGE, Mules Head Basketball Coach, Kim Anderson, joins Bill Turnage to discuss the Mules trip to St. Charles where they faced the Lions of Lindenwood University. Wrestling Coach, Justin Ensign, also joins Bill as they just hosted perennial D2 wrestling powerhouse, the University of Central Oklahoma.
In our Sportspage Spotlights we talk to BreAnna Lewis, a Junior guard who has helped her team to a 17-2 record. We also meet Ty Loethen, a Sophomore wrestler from Jefferson City who is putting together a very strong season at the 165 weight class.
Catch SPORTSPAGE @ 7 pm on Thursday, and 5 pm on Saturday, on KMOS-TV, Missouri PBS! Like us on Facebook! facebook.com/UCMSportspage
On Saturday, February 9th, University Magazine welcomes high school students to visit campus during its "Rock the Red" event, we learn what it's like to Study Abroad, and we meet an Iraqi veteran that has written a book on his experiences.
On Friday, February 8th, University Magazine brings you an encore airing of last week's episode of University Magazine. University Magazine takes an in-depth look at the Nursing program at UCM, the fans of Mules and Jennies Basketball show their exuberance through social media, and we get a behind the scenes look at a web series in production by a group of Digital Media students.
Catch University Magazine on Saturday at 4:30 pm, with encore airings on Sunday @ 10:30 pm and the following Friday @ 8:00 pm To see additional stories and producer favorites, visit our Facebook page, facebook.com/UCMuniversitymagazine.
Season To Season Outdoors
Tony Edgar and Paul Alpers spider-troll for crappie in the Gravois Mills area of Lake of the Ozarks. Using tried and true crappie tracking techniques, Tony & Paul find the biting good, but the catching even better! Get hooked on Missouri's great outdoors Sunday, February 10 @ 5:30 pm, only on KMOS-TV, Missouri PBS. Or reel in the repeat Saturday, February 16 @ 7:00 pm. And remember, if it can be caught or shot, you might see it here on Season To Season Outdoors!
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