Woodstock's Pizza hosts Tuesday's Coaches Show

Jan. 21, 2018

DAVIS, Calif. - Woodstock's Pizza in Downtown Davis will host Tuesday's 6 p.m. UC Davis Coaches Show, featuring head women's basketball coach Jennifer Gross, head men's basketball coach Jim Les, head gymnastics coach John Lavallee and numerous student-athletes who represent the sixth-ranked public school in the nation.

Topics host Greg Wong will cover throughout the hour-long show include:

- Men's basketball's upcoming home games vs. CSUN (Thursday, 7 p.m.), Cal Poly (Saturday, 5 p.m) and its 17-game home win streak (the fourth-longest in the country at the time of this release)
- Women's basketball's torrid start to league play since the Aggies enter this week's home games vs. Cal State Fullerton (Wednesday, 7 p.m.) and UCSB (Saturday, 2:30 p.m.) with a 15-3 overall mark and the only undefeated Big West record (5-0) in the conference
- Gymnastics' strong performance in its season opener at the NorCal Classic, an impressive victory at Seattle Pacific and Friday's 7 p.m. home opener vs. West Virginia and UIC

Even though this event begins at 6 p.m., fans are encouraged to arrive downtown at least 15 minutes early to secure parking. Individuals who are unable to attend in person can access a live stream by visiting UC Davis Athletics' Facebook page


PACK THE PAVILION!
Single-game tickets for upcoming UC Davis men's basketball, women's basketball and gymnastics home events are now on sale by contacting the Athletics Ticket Office at (530) 752-AGS1, or visiting Ticket Central at UCDavisAggies.com.

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