Men’s Basketball: Akron Postgame Press Conference After USC Game

Posted by Sartaj Aujla on November 20, 2014

University of Akron Men’s Basketball Head Coach Keith Dambrot, Gaurd Noah Robotham, and Forward Kwan Cheatham Jr. talk to the media after their 66-46 victory over the University of Southern California Trojans in Game 1 of the Charleston Classic.


Miami (FL) rolls over Drexel

Posted by Jonah Spoerndle on November 20, 2014



Miami continued their winning ways as they laid waste to the Drexel Dragons 66-46. Angel Rodriguez once again led Miami in the victory with 15 points and 4 assists while shooting 3-6 from the 3 point line. Tonye Jekiri also contributed a great game scoring 8 points and grabbing 13 rebounds.

There was no letdown for the Hurricanes who just came off a 69-67 victory over no. 8 Florida. They are now 3-0 after a season opening win over Howard. They outrebounded the Dragons 37-32 while also dominating points in the paint 22-10.

Drexel seemed to be overpowered nearly all the second half. The Dragons drop to 0-3 on the season after this loss. Their best performance on the day came from Tavon Allen who scored 13 points.

The Hurricanes and Dragons kept it close nearly all first half trading baskets until 10:11 left in the half. Miami then went on a 14-2 run to close out the half and give them a 28-20 halftime lead.

Tonye Jekiri had 8 rebounds at halftime for the Hurricanes while Manu Lecomte had 7 points. Damion Lee had 8 first half points.

The Dragons could not keep up with Miami in the second half, however, as a 16-3 run put the game out of reach. Miami shot 58.3% from the 3-point line to help secure the win.

Miami will advance to play Akron in the semifinals at 2:30 pm tomorrow. Drexel will play USC next round at 12:00 pm.



Men’s Basketball: Akron 66 – USC 46 Postgame Podcast

Posted by Sartaj Aujla on November 20, 2014

Sartaj Aujla and Benjamin Genet recap the Akron Zips Men’s Basketball team’s win over the USC Trojans to the final score of 66-46 in Game 1 of the Charleston Classic.


Forsythe, Akron Zips Mens Basketball Clobber USC

Posted by Jonah Spoerndle on November 20, 2014

Akron moved to 2-0 on the early season as they cruised past USC 66-46. Pat Forsythe came up big for the Zips scoring 15 points and grabbing 9 rebounds. Freshman Noah Robotham continued his early season success as he scored 14 points and Kwan Cheatham was huge scoring 15 points grabbing 7 rebounds and dishing out 2 assists.


Nikola Jovanovic lead the Trojans in scoring with 11 points while also grabbing 9 rebounds. The Trojans were turnover prone as they finished the game with 16. They were also limited by the stifling Akron defense shooting 28.3% from the field and only hitting 2 3-pointers.


The Zips came into this game after crushing on UMBC 74-57. However, the real story of this young season is the loss of starting forward Demetrius Treadwell. Treadwell was suspended earlier this week and will reportedly be out the rest of his senior season.


Defense was key early for the Zips as they managed to jump out to a 18-9 lead with 13:35 left to play in the half. From that point on Akron managed to increase the lead to 12 by the end of the half leading 36-24.


Freshman Noah Robotham was the leading scorer at the half for the Zips with 11. Even with Treadwell out, Akron was still able to outrebound the Trojans 20-14. Cheatham was also big for the Zips in the first half scoring 10 points and grabbing 3 rebounds.


Akron came out on an 11-6 run to start the 2nd half, but the run was answered by USC on a 10-0. But the Zips could not be silenced as they responded with 8 staight points from Freshman Antino Jackson and a 19-4 run to close out the game.


The Zips dominated nearly the entire game leading for 38:39 of the 40:00 minutes of play. The Zips will move onto the next round where they will face off against the winner of the Miami (FL) vs Drexel matchup.


Member Of The Week (November 17th-November 24th)

Posted by Cortez Grayson on November 17, 2014

1146495_10200771149135454_91604683_nName: Mylor R. Acquaah

Major: Communication TV and Radio

Minor: Business

Age: 20

Date of Birth: November 15

Year in School: Junior

When did you start working for WZIP/ZTV: Fall 2013

Primary Department WZIP: DJ Other: Music Programming

Best Memory so far of WZIP/ZTV: Hosting the main stage for WZIP’s tailgate

Your Favorite Place To Visit: San Diego, California

You Wouldn’t Catch Me Dead: Missing an episode of American Horror Story

I Am Most Like This Animal: Horse because I’m efficient

My Hobbies Include: Working Out and Reading

Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate

Favorite TV Show: American Horror Story

Personal Motto: Keep Going

Favorite Quote: “Be tough and patient some day this struggle will be useful to you” – Ovid

Advice for New Members: Get involved! It’s scary when you think you’re alone here, but you will meet so many people that you will love!

Something No One Knows About You: I have chicken legs :(













Inspirational Tip for Today

Posted by Taylor Flinn on November 11, 2014


It’s better to be the bigger person in every situation because you’re considered to be full of knowledge and knowledge is POWER! Have a great day!




Aaron Coleman and Jasen Sokol from WAKR

Posted by Deanna Moore on November 11, 2014

WAKR’s Aaron Coleman and Jasen Sokol came to talk to the WZIP Students during their All Members Meeting last Thursday. “Do What You Love, Love What You Do” – Aaron Coleman

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Member Of The Week (November 10th – November 17th)

Posted by Cortez Grayson on November 10, 2014

A9rG-yArName: Spencer R. Davies

Major: Sports Management

Minor: Mass Communication

Age: 22

Date of Birth: March 31

Year in School: 5th

When did you start working for WZIP/ZTV: January 2014

Primary Department WZIP: Sports

Best Memory so far of WZIP/ZTV: Road trip to Penn State and hosting my first show

Your Favorite Place To Visit: Athens, Ohio

You Wouldn’t Catch Me Dead: Missing a Cleveland Sports Event

I Am Most Like This Animal: Brock Lesnar because I EAT. SLEEP. CONQUER. REPEAT.

My Hobbies Include: Going out, watching Netflix, hanging out with my family

Favorite Ice Cream: Cookies ‘N’ Cream

Favorite TV Show: Too many to name

Personal Motto: Work now, play later

Favorite Quote: “Don’t give up, don’t ever give up.” – Jimmy Valvano

Advice for New Members: Get involved with everything, you possibly can, NETWORK, HAVE FUN

Something No One Knows About You: I was in a near fatal car crash freshman year

Anything Else You Want People to Know: I am also a sports writer at the Akron Beacon Journal and intern at FOX Sports Ohio







Aretha Franklin Queen of Soul…and Shade?

Posted by Mylor on November 10, 2014

Aretha Franklin Google Images

Photo Source: MTV

In a recent interview to publicize her latest, forthcoming album which is a compilation of diva classics, Aretha Franklin sat down for an interview. In the interview, she was asked about today’s biggest stars including Taylor Swift (first artist to sell over a million copies of her album in 2014) and Nicki Minaj (holds the current record for the most Billboard charting songs at one time (7)). In regards to swift all she had to say was she had “nice gowns” and to address Her Minajesty, “I have nothing to say about that.” Seems like Queen Aretha has no love for the young ones!



Kris Jenner Got Her Groove Back!

Posted by MoNetti on November 9, 2014

Kris Jenner celebrated her 59th Birthday in Las Vegas  with her new man, 33 year old Corey Gamble by her side on Friday night. Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend and baby daddy, Scott Disick was there and celebrated with the couple. The Birthday party was the officical public appearance of the two. The couple was spotted throughout the night taking selfies and being very affectionate. None of her daughters were present but in place of them were go-go dancers with cardboard pop heads of their faces. Does her daughters approve? Will they be walking down the aisle soon? Is Corey just a boy toy or the real deal? I’ll keep you posted.


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