Who will be selected to play for a national title? Dave and his team of selectors will take on the challenge of making mock selections for both the men's and women's tournaments. Plus, hear from the national committee chairs and those who's programs are "dancing" for the first time ever. The Hoopsville Special is On Demand!
Time for the annual Hoopsville Marathon! Watch Thursday's show On Demand (or listen to the podcast episodes) and hear from coaches, administrators, alums, and fans of Division III basketball around the country. Also hear from both national committee chairs, the head of officials, and many others.
When you're 30-plus years old, and have four kids, the last thing you're thinking of is lacing them up and hustling up and down the floor in practice, let alone for 40 minutes in a game. But that's what at least two Division III basketball players are doing this season.
No team is safe on any night. That's what we have learned in the opening few weeks. Even top ranked teams can lose in improbable ways. Sunday night on Hoopsville, Dave recaps another spat of upsets and talks to one of the teams responsible. Plus, this season's chair of the Men's national committee joins the show in studio. Hoopsville is available to watch or listen to here.
History is in reach for the Bison, who are on the verge of earning the program's first NCAA tournament berth. At Gallaudet, the coaches and players recognize that they're playing for something greater than themselves. More in Around the East.
What used to be teams off to good starts are now teams having good seasons as conference races take shape. On Thursday's show, Dave chatted with several coaches whose teams are at the top of their conferences, plus win 787 for Wooster's Steve Moore. Dave even hits the road. You can watch or listen to Hoopsville On Demand.
Gallaudet University alum and former Bison student-athlete Kevin Kovacs has been selected as the new men’s basketball head coach as announced by athletic director Michael Weinstock. Kovacs will begin his new duties on August 17.