Chris May

Sports Open Line: Chris May, Doug Armstrong & Stewart MandelKevin Wheeler caught up with Saint Louis University Athletic Director Chris May to discuss the exciting future for the program that happens to still be without an official head coach.
The Sports Hub: Chris May, Doug Elgin & Brad ShawFrom San Jose for the second and hopefully the third round for the NCAA Tournament is where Scott Warmann talked with Saint Louis University Athletic Director Chris May.
43rd Annual MAC Jack Buck Sports Awards The MAC honored a very prestigious recipient class that included Matt Irvin, Mike McGinty, Max Scherzer, Joe Buck, Steven Jackson and 2012 Sports Personality of the Year Matt Holliday.
Sports Open Line: Steven Jackson, Matt Holliday, Max Scherzer, & Joe BuckRams running back Steven Jackson sits down with Ron Jacober to talk about the season.
Remembering Rick MajerusFans, former colleagues share memories of former St. Louis University basketball coach after his death.
Sports on a Sunday: Chris May, Les Snead & Damon BruceOnly months since taking the Bills back to the NCAA Tournament, Coach Majerus stepped down due to health issues that eventually took his life. SLU Athletic Director Chris May joined Tom Ackerman.
The Sports Hub: Russ Lande & Chris MayJust under 500 NFL players were cut hours before this edition of 'The Hub' with Chris Kerber & Mike Claiborne.
Sports on a Sunday: Derrick Goold, Kevin Demoff & Chris MayRon Jacober talks with Derrick Goold from Cincinnati, breaks down the Rams loss with Kevin Demoff & talks with SLU AD Chris May about the tough week it was for the Billikens community.
Sports Open Line: Les Snead, Jeff Luhnow & Chris MayJeff Luhnow, formerly head of the Redbirds farm system plus drafting, is now the Astros' GM and joined Kevin to let us know how the new job is going.
Sports Open Line: Keith Tkachuk, Cardinals, MizzouIt's a busy show tonight! To start off Sports Open Line, former Blues' favorite Keith Tkachuk, joins the program to talk about what he's up to now-a-days. To start off the 7PM hour, Mizzou coach, Frank Haith, talks to Ron about Tigers' football. Later in the 7PM hour, Mel Antonen from and XM Radio talks some baseball. SLU basketball has turns some heads this last week, Chris May from SLU AD joins the show. In the 8PM hour, Wash U Women's basketball coach, Nancy Fahey talks to Ron about what it's like to become the fastest coach in women's college basketball to reach 600 wins. To close out Sports Open Line, editor of The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2012, Sarah Janssen talks about the latest edition of the best-selling American reference book that boasts a new "Greatest Sports Upsets" feature. There's a lot to hear, so don't miss this.
Sports Open Line: Cardinals Skipper, Joe Paterno, & Gary PinkelKevin Wheeler hosts Sports Open Line on this chilly Tuesday night. Hear from listeners on who they think should step up and take over the vacant skipper-position for the Redbirds. The story within Penn State is the hot topic in sports, and Kevin is talking to the listeners about what they think should be done.
Sports on a Sunday Monring: Kevin Demoff, Chris May & Greg MarecekThe Rams are in Arizona looking for another win, SLU is about to tip-off their regular season for basketball, and the Sports Hall of Fame dinner is just around the corner.

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