Coach Laster featured on the RMAC Radio Show
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's basketball coach, Corey Laster, was featured on the latest episode of the RMAC Radio Show.
In the second segment of the show, Coach Laster discusses the start of the 2012-2013 season, including two home conference victories against the defending RMAC champions Fort Lewis and Adams State this past weekend.
The Mountain Lions will be back in action this upcoming weekend for two more home conference games as they host Metro State on Friday and Regis on Saturday.
To Listen to Coach Laster on the RMAC Radio Show, the link is: http://www.rmacsports.org/information/radio/index
Coach Laster was also a guest recently on the Mountain Lions' own sports radio show, The Lion's Den! on Nov. 27. To listen to that interview, the link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRgiMQOsZRk&list=UUD_9OkjMCn1EZvRU4-J1aKw&index=4
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