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#CAAHoops Weekly, presented by GEICO -- Feb. 12

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 02/15/2014
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The CAA and GEICO is proud to present #CAAHoops Weekly, a series released each Thursday on CAASports.com and CAA.TV.

With PAX (look it up all you weather geeks!) set to infiltrate the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions, CAA.TV's Bobby Broyles and Rob Washburn adjusted their calendars to get this week's edition out a day early.

The duo opens the show recognizing UNCW's win over Towson Monday night in men's action which snapped its winless streak in conference play. Washburn pointed out a handful of notes from the contest including how the Seahawks used a five-man substitution pattern to keep the lineup on the floor fresh. Bobby and Rob call attention to league-leader Delaware and its quest for an 11-0 start tonight when it hosts James Madison. 

The team points out a great #CAAHoops fan opportunity in Baltimore this weekend as the league will host a viewing party at Baltimore's Pratt Street Ale House, Saturday beginning at 3 p.m. All #CAAHoops fans are encouraged to attend to watch the Towson/William & Mary game on television while enjoying restaurant specials, gifts and prizes as well as a great sports atmosphere.

The women's portion of the show inlcudes some notes on the battle between a handful of squads currently sitting at 5-5 in league play. Four CAA squads will be displayed Comcast SportsNet broadcasts (CAA.TV in out-of-market areas) Sunday as College of Charleston hosts Hofstra at 3:30 p.m., before league-leader JMU hits the road to face Drexel in Philly at 5:30 p.m. All four teams have games tomorrow night so be sure to checkout CAASports.com/Gameday for ways to follow that action.

We invite you to join the conversation around CAA Basketball this season. The league is on Twitter @CAABasketball and uses the official hashtag #CAAHoops. CAA Basketball can also be found on FacebookInstagram and blogging on our official blogs, CAA Baseline Buzz (women's hoops) and CAA Hoops Scoop (men's). All CAA video productions can be found on our YouTube Channel.