Coaches Show returns to Woodstock’s Pizza on Wednesday

Oct. 31, 2017

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DAVIS, Calif. - The UC Davis Coaches Show with Dan Hawkins will return to Woodstock's Pizza in Downtown Davis for this week's episode. Joining Coach Hawkins Wednesday night, starting at 7:05 p.m., is men’s soccer head coach Dwayne Shaffer and senior long snapper Grant Hilton.

A live stream is available at UC Davis Athletics’ Facebook page; KSAC 105.5 FM will also broadcast this week's show live over the airwaves and on the station's audio stream.

In addition to reviewing last week’s Battle for the Golden Horseshoe victory, Coach Hawkins and host Doug Kelly will preview Saturday’s Big Sky road tilt at Idaho State. Joining both is Hilton, a four-year member of the program who majoring in managerial economics.

With the Big West men’s soccer playoffs rapidly approaching, Coach Shaffer will join Coach Hawkins to talk about UC Davis men’s soccer and its upcoming home playoff semifinal against Sacramento State or CSUN. The head coach of the Big West North Division champions will also talk about this historic season, and the advantages of having the battle for the conference crown, and a NCAA College Cup berth, run through Davis.

Fresh off its rivalry victory vs. Cal Poly, UC Davis will head to Pocatello, Idaho, for its last true road trip of the season when it faces Idaho State on Saturday. Kickoff from Holt Arena is set for 1:30 p.m. (PT).

Following this weekend’s road tilt is the team’s Nov. 11 home finale vs. Southern Utah and its regular season finale at Sacramento State on Nov. 18.

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