What have you been reading this summer?
There have been plenty NEC-related stories being told across the internet, enough to inspire the Overtime! Blog staff to build a NEC Summer Reading List.
With the unofficial final week of summer upon us, we’ve laid out your Labor Day Weekend reading right here in this blog post.
So, take this final opportunity to sip on a chilled soft drink while reviewing these noteworthy stories that were published during the past 2.5 months.
How Sal Buscaglia made it to the Greater Buffalo Sports HOF – The Buffalo News (Jack Goods)
Sacred Heart AD Bobby Valentine paints a new picture for the Pioneers – Connecticut Post (Chris Elsberry)
Dickenman’s Plans For Retirement Include New Hobbies, Family And, As Always, Basketball – Hartford Courant (Desmond Conner)
NEC Social Media Day Shows Possibilities in Digital Sports – CFB Huddle (Kyle Kensing)
Rodney surprises with sub-20 run at Canadian Championships – IAAF.org (Jon Mulkeen)
Shining Knight: Greg Herenda brought Fairleigh Dickinson basketball back to March madness – NorthJersey.com (Steve Popper)
With new sponsors and TV deal, reborn women’s pro bowling tour growing – USA Today (Griffin Adams)
CCSU teams up with Bristol Boys & Girls Club for Summer Meal Madness, basketball clinic – FOX 61 (Samantha Schoenfeld)
Wagner College’s Dorian McMenemy set for Friday’s Olympic swimming event – Staten Island Advance (Max Rottenecker)
Bulldog Tough: Bryant University is fast becoming a Northeast power – Inside Pitch Online (Douglas S. Malan)
Sidelined by heart ailment, Poly grad Melanie Williamson used basketball to succeed – Baltimore Sun (Katherine Dunn)