Oct. 22, 2010
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - UCSB Athletics' weekly radio show, Talk'n Gauchos, will feature head men's soccer coach Tim Vom Steet, men's basketball player Justin Joyner and women's basketball player Emilie Johnson on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
The show airs live from the Beachside Café, located nearby campus at Goleta Beach. Fans who show up will have the opportunity to win UCSB tickets and Gaucho gear as well as receive food specials. Tickets to the 2010 College Cup, which will be played at UCSB's Meredith Field at Harder Stadium in December, will also be available to win.
Talk'n Gauchos airs on Tuesday nights from 6-7 p.m. on the Gauchos' new radio home, AM 1290 KZSB News-Press Radio. Gerry Fall, the voice of UCSB men's soccer, men's basketball and baseball, will host the show, which also streams live online at http://pointers.mmpros.net/asxfiles-live/il80winlive1096.asx.
Fans can email in questions for the guests, which will be read live on-air, by clicking here. You can also follow on UCSB Athletics' Twitter page at twitter.com/UCSBgauchos to send in questions and win tickets and prizes.
Vom Steeg, whose team has re-entered the national rankings and has wins powerful UCLA and Duke this season, is trying to guide his Gauchos into the NCAA Tournament for the ninth straight year. A former UCSB defender (1985-88) Vom Steeg has a career record of 166-63-24. He is the school's all-time wins leader and guided the team to the 2006 National Championship and to the 2004 NCAA title game.
Joyner is a senior point guard on the UCSB men's basketball team. After battling injuries for the past two seasons, he is expected to be an important player on a 2010-11 Gaucho team that will try to defend its 2009-10 Big West regular season and tournament championships. Joyner has a better than 2-to-1 assist to turnover ratio in his three seasons, one of the best marks in school history.
Johnson was a Second Team All-Big West choice following the 2009-10 season. A starter at the point guard spot for the Gauchos, she averaged 13.8 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.3 rebounds and 1.8 steals per game. She was also a workhorse, averaging 37.2 minutes per game.