Jung Sports



Jung Sports provides a weekly look into the local prep athletic scene in western Kentucky and around the commonwealth. Episodes will include interviews with student-athletes, coaches, administrators and others.


  • The Lilly Strader Episode

    09/04/2021 Duration: 25min

    After scoring a school-record 178 goals during her career at University Heights Academy in Hopkinsville, Lilly Strader is already finding success at Murray State University, where the sophomore striker recently helped the Racers clinch the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season championship. Lilly joins the Jung Sports Podcast this week to discuss her contributions on the MSU squad, how her mom's fight with breast cancer has pushed her to work harder and how she became friends with her biggest rival. 

  • The Mick Cronin Panel Episode

    01/04/2021 Duration: 01h18min

    Four former Murray State Racers -- Chris Shumate, Tyler Holloway, Jimmie Holder and Tim Haworth, who all played for and coached under Mick Cronin at one time, join the Jung Sports Podcast this week to form the "Mick Cronin Panel." Give a listen as this foursome discusses UCLA's run to the Final Four, share some of their favorite MC stories/memories, and explain how they continue to emulate some of Coach Cronin's teachings within their respective coaching careers.

  • The Donna Moir Episode

    22/03/2021 Duration: 46min

    Donna Moir, the athletic director and head basketball coach of perennial powerhouse Louisville Sacred Heart Academy, joins the Jung Sports Podcast this week to share her disappointment over the inequality suffered by the NCAA Women's Tournament, reminisce about some of her high-profile Valkyrie alums and explain how the overall record of her 2002, 2003 and 2004 Kentucky state championship teams still helps dictate which horses she bets on in the Kentucky Derby.

  • The Morehead State Basketball Episode

    17/03/2021 Duration: 29min

    Mere days before their appearance in the 2020-21 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, Morehead State University Head Coach Preston Spradlin and MSU junior Jaylen Sebree -- a Christian County High School grad -- join the Jung Sports Podcast to discuss advice they've received from mentors like John Calipari, some unexpected phone calls following the Eagles' NCAA berth, their ideal postgame meal in Morehead, Kentucky, and much more.

  • The Tripp Gibson Episode

    11/03/2021 Duration: 56min

    Ninth-year Major League Baseball umpire Tripp Gibson -- a proud of alum of Graves County High School and Murray State University -- joins the Jung Sports Podcast to talk about his favorite ballparks and superstitions, how he got the news he was being called up to be a full-time MLB ump and how his journey began in western Kentucky.

  • The Drew McGowan Episode

    05/03/2021 Duration: 30min

    Hopkinsville native and former University Heights Academy multi-sport standout Drew McGowan joins the Jung Sports Podcast to discuss his hot start to his sophomore season at college baseball powerhouse Mississippi State University. 

  • The Mike Glaser Episode

    25/02/2021 Duration: 33min

    Legendary Louisville St. Xavier High School football coach Mike Glaser joins the Jung Sports Podcast to discuss his newfound sporting passion, his thoughts on rival Trinity football coach Bob Beatty, his run-in with a former WWE champion and much more. 

  • The Keith Tandy Episode

    18/02/2021 Duration: 37min

    Christian County High School legend and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive/Special Teams Assistant Coach Keith Tandy joins the Jung Sports Podcast to discuss his Super Bowl LV victory, along with a bevy of other topics. 

  • The East Lafayette Episode

    19/07/2017 Duration: 47min

    Purdue University head football coach Jeff Brohm and Christian County High School head football coach Steve Lovelace join the show to discuss the pipeline that has developed between CCHS and West Lafayette, Indiana.

  • The Dead Period Episode

    13/07/2017 Duration: 01h03min

    In the first episode following the KHSAA dead period, Christian County High School boys basketball coach Kerry Stovall and former Hopkinsville High School baseball standout Easton McGee (Tampa Bay Rays minor league pitcher) join the podcast.

  • The Moving Episode

    24/04/2017 Duration: 01h05min

    Paducah Sun sports reporter Edward Marlowe discusses Murray State University's potential move to the Missouri Valley Conference and new Hopkinsville High School football head coach Craig Clayton talks about why he's back with the Tigers after being away for 12 years.

  • The Bracket Episode

    13/03/2017 Duration: 01h18min

    Louisville Courier-Journal high school sports reporter Jason Frakes breaks down the KHSAA Boys' Basketball Sweet Sixteen state tournament, McCracken County High School head football coach Marc Clark discusses his time at Hopkinsville and Wayne Jung makes the case for Northern Kentucky University in the NCAA Tournament during "10 Minutes with Dad."

  • The Leadership Episode

    14/02/2017 Duration: 01h25min

    Hopkinsville Mayor/University Heights Academy track and field coach Carter Hendricks and Kentucky High School Athletic Association Commissioner Julian Tackett join this week's episode.

  • The Racer Episode

    07/02/2017 Duration: 01h12min

    Murray State University head football coach Mitch Stewart discusses the western Kentucky high school players in his 2017 signing class, WPSD's Jeff Bidwell explains how his book, "Extending the Stay to San Jose," came to be and Wayne Jung talks Super Bowl in "10 Minutes with Dad."

  • The Signing Day Episode

    30/01/2017 Duration: 01h06min

    Christian County WR Keyron Catlett announces his new college football commitment, Hopkinsville High School boys' basketball coach Tim Haworth discusses win over rival and "10 Minutes with Dad."

  • The Syllabus Episode

    23/01/2017 Duration: 59min

    A preview of what listeners can expect on Jung Sports, an in-studio interview with University Heights Academy boys' basketball coach Grant Shouse and "5 Minutes with Dad" featuring Wayne Jung. Plus, music by Warner Brothers Recording Artist Ryan Kinder.