Premiere of Inside College Tennis with Tony Minnis at Wichita State
Press Release, 23 August 2014
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The Bill Rodman Production Shoppe has completed production of the fourth episode of Inside College Tennis featuring Wichita State University and the men's and women's tennis programs. The show premieres this Saturday, August 23rd at 10pm Eastern / 7pm Pacific.
Reruns are scheduled as follows:
- Sun 8/24 - 4pm Eastern / 1pm Pacific
- Sun 8/31 - 11:30am Eastern / 8:30am Pacific
- Mon 9/8 - 5:30pm Eastern / 2:30pm Pacific
- Thu 9/11 - 10:30pm Eastern / 7:30pm Pacific
Meet Colin Foster, Head Women's Coach and Brad Louderback, Head Men's Coach is this episode, and come to understand why each coach says: "Our team is a like family." Two of the reruns are scheduled within the U.S. Open, so double-check your cable schedules.
For more information on the program, visit our Vimeo site.
For more information on who will be featured in future episodes or to ask any questions, follow us on our Facebook Page. We look forward to hearing from all the tennis enthusiasts!
Flo Ulmer, Executive Producer
2220 Oleander Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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