Blue Hen Basketball Coaches Monté Ross and Tina Martin To Participate in CAA Basketball Media Day Tuesday
Photo courtesy of Mark Campbell
NEWARK, Del. – University of Delaware basketball head coaches Monté Ross and Tina Martin will be participating in interviews and web shows on Tuesday at the Colonial Athletic Association Basketball Media Day in Arlington, Va.
The for the first time ESPN3 will broadcast CAA Basketball Media Day Live, a three-hour show originating from Champps-Pentagon Row restaurant in Arlington. The show will air live from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will also be archived for later viewing on ESPN3.com through mid-November.
Hosted by John Castleberry, Al Koken, Christy Winters-Scott and Charlie Woollum, the show will include interviews with all 24 CAA men’s and women’s basketball head coaches, CAA Commissioner Tom Yeager, and several special guests. In addition, the preseason All-CAA men’s and women’s basketball teams and predicted order or finish for the upcoming season will be announced.
Martin is scheduled to appear on CAA Basketball Media Day Live at 11:09 a.m., immediately followed by Ross at 11:15 a.m.
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Providing even more coverage, Hofstra student radio station WRHU-FM (www.wrhu.org) will be broadcasting live from CAA Basketball Media Day and will be interviewing many of the league’s head coaches. In addition, Hardly Workin’ with Greg Burton on ESPN950AM in Richmond, Va. and Hampton Roads, Va. radio station 102.1 FM “The Game” will also be producing shows for tape-delayed broadcasts.
CAASports.com will be updating the latest news from media day, including photo galleries, videos and coaches interviews. Follow the CAA on twitter (twitter.com/caasports) and use the hashtag #caahoops to join in the basketball conversation with coaches and media members throughout the day. Fans can also like the CAA on Facebook (facebook.com/caasports) to vote on polls and post comments. The league also encourages fans to subscribe on YouTube (youtube.com/CAASportsProductions) and check out the latest videos from media day.Back To Women's Basketball Home Women's Basketball Story Archives