The Colonial Athletic Association is continuing to expand its social media network.  Fans and media members can now follow the CAA on Facebook and Twitter as part of the league's continuous efforts to further engage and communicate with its followers.  The social media network sites work in conjunction with CAASports.com, the official online source for CAA athletics.

Facebook users can become "fans" of the league while Twitter users can "follow" the conference. Fans and followers of the CAA will be one of the first people receive updates and breaking news from various league events and happenings.

On Facebook, fans are also able to post on the "wall" of the CAA and trade messages with other fans of the conference.  Twitter is a site for people to connect with short messages and updates. Users can send a message under 140 characters in length via mobile texting, instant message or the web.

Fans can also "subscribe" for CAA Videos on YouTube for free to receive e-mail alerts when new videos become available.  Videos will still also be posted on CAASports.com, but also now on the CAASportsProductions' Channel on YouTube.com.


Click the links below to access the CAA's social network sites and become a fan and a follower for FREE.

Facebook:  Facebook.com/CAASports and click "Become a Fan"

Twitter: Twitter.com/CAASports and click "follow"

YouTube: YouTube.com/CAASportsProductions and push "subscribe"


Also follow CAA Football on the following social network sites:

Twitter: Twitter.com/The_CAAFootball and click "follow"

YouTube: YouTube.com/CAAFootball and push "subscribe"

On-line social-networking utilities, growing increasingly popular worldwide, allow users to connect and communicate information with others like friends, family and co-workers, immediately and unobtrusively. Facebook, with over 150 million users worldwide, and Twitter, boasting an increase of more than 1,400 percent in number of visits since 2008, enable the CAA to post updates about players and coaches for its 23 sports teams, as well as academic and community achievements.