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#CAAHoops Weekly: Feb. 8 Edition

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          Release: 02/08/2013
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This week's edition of #CAAHoops Weekly starts with a look back at Towson's 85-65 victory over Delaware in men's basketball that featured an NCAA-leading 17th double-double by the Tigers' Jerrelle Benimon. Bobby Broyles and Rob Washburn also review James Madison's 81-71 triumph over William & Mary that saw both teams shoot better than 50% from the floor while combining for 23 three-pointers.

They then look ahead to the weekend, which includes several matchups between teams near the top of the league standings. George Mason hosts Delaware on Saturday in a nationally televised contest on CBS Sports Network, and JMU visits Drexel on Sunday night in a regionally televised showdown on Comcast SportsNet.

Broyles and Washburn then shift their focus to the women's hoops side where they review Northeastern's last-second victory at Hofstra on Thursday night and Delaware's win over Towson in which the Blue Hens' Danielle Parker went over the 1,000-point mark for her career.

#CAAHoops Weekly moves into preview mode on the women's side and takes a look at Sunday's battle for first place as 10-0 Delaware travels to 9-1 James Madison. Delaware All-American Elena Delle Donne enters the contest just 11 points shy of breaking the CAA's all-time scoring record. There is also another key matchup on Sunday as third-place Drexel hosts fourth-place Old Dominion. The Lady Monarchs pulled out a narrow three-point victory in the teams' last meeting.

The final segment of #CAAHoops Weekly features an interview with Georgia State freshmen sensation R.J. Hunter, who is averaging better than 20 points per game in conference play and tied a league record with 10 three-pointers in a victory over Old Dominion last Saturday.

We invite you to share your #CAAHoops thoughts, ideas and photos with us on Facebook. We are also on Twitter @CAAHoops and encourage fans from all our schools to follow our tweets for all the latest league information. Be sure to tag all #CAAHoops-related tweets with our official hashtag #CAAHoops.

We are blogging at caamenshoops.wordpress.com and caawomenshoops.wordpress.com as well, so check out both "Hoop Scoop" and "Baseline Buzz" our official men's and women's hoops blogs to find additional information that may not be available here on CAASports.com.

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