February 4, 2020 VOM Podcast

Behind “The House That Rob Built”

At a time when the state of Montana had crowned but a handful of girls’ basketball state champions, a young coach from the northeastern corner of the state took his first steps on a journey that few could have imagined. Former University of Montana Lady Griz head coach Robin Selvig began his college coaching career in 1978; 1151 games  – 865 of them victories – and 38 years later, he retired as the 8th winningest coach in women’s college basketball history. But it’s not just the wins that define his legacy …

The House That Rob Built” is a documentary film from Family Theater Productions produced and co-directed by Megan Harrington, a Montana native and former Lady Griz. She is joined on Voices of Montana by co-director and editor Jon Cipiti to talk about the film, the family, and the inspiration that fueled the hoops dreams of young women from small towns, ranches, and reservations across Montana and the west.