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POPSspot Sports Radio (Mon, March 24 @7pm) welcomes guest Dr. Nicole M. LaVoi to discuss Media Coverage and Female Athletes, the decline in female coaches, March Madness, Warren Buffet’s big missed opportunity, and Moore! ACCESS SHOW HERE.

Dr. LaVoi is a Senior Lecturer in the area of social and behavioral sciences in the School of Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota since 2005, where she is also the  Associate Director of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport, and the co-founder of the Minnesota Youth Sport Research Consortium. Dr. LaVoi was the Head Women’s Tennis Coach at Wellesley College from 1994-98. LaVoi played collegiate tennis at Gustavus Adolphus College from 1987-91 where her team won the NCAA-III National Championships in 1990, and she was a two time Academic All-American.

Dr LaVoi launched a Women in College Coaching Research Series and Report Card aimed at increasing the number of women in the coaching profession, and co-producing a documentary titled Media Coverage & Female Athletes: Women Play Sports, Just Not in the Media (2013). As a public scholar she maintains a blog, One Sport Voice —a critical commentary on all things sport which is part of the blog network.

Next Week’s POPSspot Sports Radio Baseball Opening Day Special:

Guest Lisa Doris Alexander, author of When Baseball Isn’t White, Straight, and Male”

If you missed POPSspot Sports Radio’s first four episodes, you can find them below:

  • Episode #4: “The Real March Madness and the NCAA”, March 17 with guest Dave Zirin, Sports Writer for The Nation.
  • Episode #3: “How NBA and NCAA Can Support Athletes”,  March 10th with guest James Donaldson, former NBA All-Star, author, and community activist. 
  • Episode #2:  “Sports, Movies, and Race in Pop Culture”, March 3rd with guest Dr. Frederick Gooding as special guest. 
  • Episode #1:  “Indian Mascots Controversy” with Dr. Cornel Pewewardy February 24th as special guest. 

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