The University of Sioux Falls women’s basketball team saw its nine-game winning streak come to an end this past weekend following a close loss to Winona State.
On the latest episode of the ‘Trap D’ podcast, Midco Sports Network’s David Brown and USF head coach Travis Traphagen discuss both the Winona State loss as well as the ‘business-like’ win on Friday vs. Upper Iowa. Coach Trap goes more in-depth on the loss to the Warriors, explaining how all three of USF’s losses this season have followed a familiar pattern and how he’s trying to figure out what to do if his team is in that situation again.
They also discuss this weekend’s upcoming road trip, which includes a battle with Trap’s former assistant Chelsea DeVille, the head coach at Bemidji State.
0:15 – David and Coach Trap share their thoughts on the tragic passing of basketball icon Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna.
3:11 – Coach Trap discusses some missed opportunities in the loss vs. Winona State last Saturday.
6:00 – The guys circle back around to USF’s win over Upper Iowa on Friday and why Coach Trap said he was more upset at halftime of this game than any other this season.
10:15 – David and Coach Trap go more in-depth on USF’s loss to Winona State, including a discussion on the disparity between both sides in terms of offensive rebounds and second chance opportunities.
18:03 – A preview of USF’s upcoming road trip to take on Bemidji State and Minnesota Crookston and what it means to take on his former assistant in BSU head coach Chelsea DeVille.
21:40 – David gives Coach Trap an opportunity to provide ‘bulletin-board’ material to his former assistant!
23:55 – Coach Trap’s official Super Bowl pick!
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