Big Sky Conference - No. 10 #BigSky25 Greatest Moment "Spotlight on the Broncos and Lady Griz"
The 1993-94 women's basketball season was one for the record books for both Boise State and Montana.
Both teams were ranked in the Associated Press Division I Top 25 when they met in the Big Sky Conference Championship game. The game ranks 10th on the Big Sky Conference's list of "25 Greatest Women's Moments.''
The regular season came to a close with Montana and Boise State tied for first in the conference with 12-2 records. Both were named co-regular season champions, but a host had to be decided for the Big Sky Conference Championship.
"I was also blessed to be a part of the co-Big Sky Championship Team," said Montana State head coach Tricia Binford, who was a junior on the Boise State team and went by Tricia Bader. "I knew we had something special by how competitive our practices, open gyms, and every workouts were. We also had a unique chemistry that couldn't be matched, and I feel so fortunate to have gone on this ride with such an amazing group."
Friday, January 24, 2014
Monday, January 13, 2014
I thought I should blog about our recovery workouts since the media did a story on it last week. Now that basketball has become a year round sport, working our athletes out in the summer, fall, and begining practice in October knowing what it takes to recovery properly is just as important as practice. Here are a couple of things our team does beyond your traditional stretchdowns: 1) Ice Baths-Yes, our kids hate them but I LOVE them. Ten minutes is all it takes 2)Pool Recovery-You would think great athletes are all capable in the water but I am here to tell you that is not at ALL accurate as many still rely on the dog paddle or better yet, clinching of the edge of the pool in between strokes. However, I think the bigger issue for most is still whether or not their hair is going to get wet. 3) Lifting-Many think of lifting as strengthening but we also use it for recovery along with foam rollers. We travel with bands on the road that we can use in the doors of our hotel rooms. Last week I was totally disrupted in my room when I heard heavy breathing outside my door. So of course I had to open my door to see Coach Starr on all fours trying to simulate the team's workout. Coach Barney (red as an apple) was also with her along with our trainer Erin who was conducting the session. Ironically it doesn't seem to be that hard for our athletes. I would throw in nutrition but since our team's trend is In N Out Burger I didn't think I could walk the talk. Coach Bin