Two champions have already been crowned this March, but there’s still room for one more.
The Overtime! Blog has set out to select the 2017 #SnapMadness Champion.
Our staff has sorted through the thousands of snaps sent during the NEC Basketball Tournament and we’ve pared them down to a FINAL FIVE.
Each of the five finalists are displayed below.
A Fan Poll will run from March 22 at 8:00 pm ET through March 26 at 8:00 pm and the highest vote-getter will be crowned #SnapMadness Champion.
Click here to read more about the 2017 #SnapMadness Fan Contest
This Mountie chronicled the entire NEC Men’s Basketball Championship Game experience from Knott Arena in a snap story that exceeded 160 seconds. His best snap was this shot of the halftime score with a prophetically punny overlay.
Kyra’s snap game during the NEC Tournament quarterfinal and semifinal rounds was on point to say the least. Amongst the numerous videos and photos she submitted, we selected this gem of a snap that shows her fellow Seahawk flawlessly executing the Wagner chant with the proper accompanying hand gesture. Just look at that wing formation!
No one, and we mean NO ONE, sent more snaps over the course of the NEC Tournament than Alexandria. The Mount Maniac was in the building for every single round and she has the snapchat stories saved to her camera roll to prove it. Most impressively, she even shared Pre-Gameday snaps, including a series that put her sign-making skills on display.
These two Blackbirds were twinning at LIU Brooklyn’s quarterfinal affair although it looks like the one on the right lost her facial decal. It was the lone snap they sent, but its high grades across the board were enough to earn this duo a spot in the Final Five.
This guy snapped and tweeted a comprehensive account of the NEC Women’s Basketball Championship Game at the Sewall Center. Amidst his “I believe that we will win” video and numerous shots of RoMo and the RMU spirit squads, he worked his way into the official team championship photo and snapped it. Well done, kid.
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