STEVE PROHM

Sports
3:22 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Youth Learn Love of Basketball at Coach Prohm Summer Camp

Assistant Coach James Kane

Murray State's Steve Prohm Basketball Camp is getting ready for the summer. Each year, kids of all ages are invited to the week-long camp to learn the game of basketball and have fun playing it with Murray State's head coach and the Racers. Assistant Coach James Kane visits our studios on Sounds Good for a preview of camp activities.

See the schedule and camp details.

 

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Sports
5:28 pm
Sun March 9, 2014

EKU Loss Fields' Final OVC Game as Racer

Dexter (23) after his final game at the CFSB Center.
Credit Whitney Jones

On Friday, amid a blistering second half rally that saw the Racers erase a double-digit deficit in their OVC tournament semifinal match-up against Eastern Kentucky, the fouling out of senior guard Dexter Fields with 1:18 left in the game seemed inconsequential. But after Cameron Payne’s last-second heave clanged off the rim, the gravity of that fifth foul became apparent: 23-year-old Fields’ career as a Racer was over. 

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Sports
4:57 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Zay Jackson to Transfer

Credit Lance Allison, goracers.com

Murray State University Head Basketball Coach Steve Prohm says sophomore guard Zaveral “Zay” Jackson will be transferring to another school next semester.

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Sports
2:23 pm
Wed August 7, 2013

MSU Athletic Director on NCAA Rules Changes

Murray State University’s Athletic Director Allen Ward takes a look at NCAA rules changes and steps he's taken to ensure the university's compliance. He also talks about the new season ahead for Murray State on the field and on the court. It's Coach Chris Hatcher's fourth year, and several players who are key to the football team's success this year. He talks about Coach Steve Prohm's recent recruitment and some returning players and putting together a new team. 

Sports
7:13 am
Tue November 6, 2012

Racer Basketball Starts with a Win

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The Murray State Racers Men’s Basketball team opened their 2012 – 2013 season with an 87 - 74 win over the Freed-Hardeman Lions last night.

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WKMS Youth Radio Project
9:30 am
Sun July 15, 2012

Youth Report: Basketball Camp Interview with Coach Prohm

Patrick with MSU Racers Coach Steve Prohm

We kick off our WKMS Youth Radio Project with an interview by 9-year-old Murray Elementary School student Patrick Jones. He recently attended a basketball camp organized by Murray State Men’s Basketball Head Coach Steve Prohm. He scored a few minutes with Prohm to talk about the Racers’ upcoming season and the celebrated “ice cream shot.”

Special thanks to Patrick’s dad, Rusty Jones, for coordinating the interview.

See also a gallery of Good Reads for Kids.

Morning Cram
9:24 am
Thu May 24, 2012

the morning cram [yes, I know it's soft...it's cashmere edition]

wikipedia.org

Well, at least the goats are relieved. 

NPR reports many Mongolians are leaving traditional practices like raising goats for cashmere, for more profitable mine jobs.

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Sports
9:01 am
Thu May 24, 2012

MSU Basketball Coach Prohm at Book Signing Today

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Murray State men’s head basketball Coach Steve Prohm will be in Paducah this evening, signing copies of “A Season to Remember,” a commemorative book about MSU’s unprecedented 2011-2012 season, where the Racers went 31 and 2. 

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Sports
9:55 am
Fri April 13, 2012

Prohm Talks to LSU

goracers.com

Louisiana State University says they've approached Murray State head coach Steve Prohm about filling their open coaching position. An LSU spokesperson tells WAFB in Baton Rouge they did meet with Prohm, but he is not a candidate for the coaching spot vacated by Trent Johnson. Johnson left LSU for the top spot at Texas Christian University earlier this week.

The latest from the web:

WAFB: Prohm Speaks to LSU

Morning Cram
8:35 am
Mon April 2, 2012

the morning cram [the more things change, the more they stay the same edition]

Library of Congress

Three score and 12 years ago, America was in a very different place — economically and culturally. The National Archives has released detailed data from the 1940 census, giving us an idea of how much — or how little — things have really changed.

NPR reports the public will have the chance to pick through more than 3.8 million digital images of census schedules, maps and other data from 72 years ago.

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