CWC basketball coach prepares for most important time of the season

“I truly believe we have not played our best basketball yet,” Central Wyoming College men’s coach Brad Schmidt told us on the County 10 Kickoff Podcast.

Despite a couple recent tough losses, Schmidt is optimistic that his team is in a good place heading into February and March. As basketball fans know – the most important time of the year.

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Schmidt is an Iowa native who was drawn to the Rocky Mountain region, telling us he’d hoped to end up working and living somewhere in the region. 

He’s also been impressed with Fremont County’s basketball community and the support that CWC has on game day. Fans have a chance to cheer for the Rustlers on Thursday, January 16th as they play Laramie County Community College. The Lady Rustlers tip-off at 5:30 p.m .and the men follow that around 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday January 22nd, Northwest Community College from Powell comes to town. CWC hosts Gillette, Eastern Wyoming, Sheridan, and Western Wyoming in February. For more CWC sports, check out RustlerAthletics.com. 

To catch our interview with Coach Schmidt, listen in the player below or find the County 10 Kickoff Show on your favorite podcast app!

The County 10 Kickoff Show is made possible by Gales Carpet One in Riverton and Altitude Interiors by Gales in Lander!

The 10Cast Network studio is made possible by Porters Supply Company in Riverton. 

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“I truly believe we have not played our best basketball yet,” Central Wyoming College men’s coach Brad Schmidt told us on the County 10 Kickoff Podcast.

Despite a couple recent tough losses, Schmidt is optimistic that his team is in a good place heading into February and March. As basketball fans know – the most important time of the year.

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Schmidt is an Iowa native who was drawn to the Rocky Mountain region, telling us he’d hoped to end up working and living somewhere in the region. 

He’s also been impressed with Fremont County’s basketball community and the support that CWC has on game day. Fans have a chance to cheer for the Rustlers on Thursday, January 16th as they play Laramie County Community College. The Lady Rustlers tip-off at 5:30 p.m .and the men follow that around 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday January 22nd, Northwest Community College from Powell comes to town. CWC hosts Gillette, Eastern Wyoming, Sheridan, and Western Wyoming in February. For more CWC sports, check out RustlerAthletics.com. 

To catch our interview with Coach Schmidt, listen in the player below or find the County 10 Kickoff Show on your favorite podcast app!

The County 10 Kickoff Show is made possible by Gales Carpet One in Riverton and Altitude Interiors by Gales in Lander!

The 10Cast Network studio is made possible by Porters Supply Company in Riverton. 

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