Exactly two weeks from today, it begins.
With the men’s and women’s college basketball season on the horizon, the Northeast Conference is set to host a pair of media teleconferences aimed at previewing what lies ahead and providing media the opportunity to interact with head coaches from around the league.
Fans will also have a chance to get in on the action. The NEC is currently soliciting questions from the general public and plans to share some of the best inquiries during the teleconferences.
Also by submitting a question to the recently revamped NortheastConference.org (Read the Overtime! report on new website), fans will automatically be entered into a drawing with the chance to win free NEC apparel.
The 2011 NEC Men’s Basketball Preseason Media Teleconference tips off on Wednesday, November 2 at 11:00 am with the women’s call to follow at the same time one day later.
The league plans to release the results of the annual preseason coaches’ poll at the start of the teleconferences. Five-member Preseason All-Conference teams will also be announced.
You can ask a question by clicking here.
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Tweet of the Day
@B_Denz_22 – Omg dunkin donuts is coming to moon! #happiestpersonever
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@rmucoop44 – Saturday will define the next 3 games we play… 6-2.
@Ruhlet13 – Great workout before the weekend #gohardorgohome
@MountSoccer – It’s Game Day!! Vs Bryant at 330.. 3 points lie ahead!!! “Today is the Year” – KB
@DatsKB4ya – 3 games in 7 days coming up….next weekend I’ll be hitting Helsinki to get my mind off of basketball #reenergize
Articles of Interest
Staten Island players add football bite for Albany Great Danes – Staten Island Advance (Ernie Palladino)
MU football Game Day plus My Prediction and POLL – Asbury Park Press (Hawks Nest)
Myers adapts as hard-hitting safety – Rivals.com (Andrew Chiappazzi)
MSM men looking to improve – Frederick News-Post (Greg Swatek)
Emmert: It’s not all about money – NCAA.com (AP)
Former Amity star Ciancola dies after URI baseball practice collapse – Connecticut Post
NCAA enacts broad academic, scholarship reforms – USA Today (Andy Gardiner)
NCAA graduation rates reach record high, but football, basketball teams still lagging – Washington Post (Liz Clarke)
Checking in on Mount men’s hoops practice…
– Oct. 28, 2011 –