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#CAAHoops Weekly - March 1 Edition

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 03/01/2013
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This week's edition of #CAAHoops Weekly starts with a look back at a pair of overtime thrillers in men’s basketball as Towson defeated George Mason 85-81 to end a 20-game losing streak to the Patriots and Northeastern used a 27-for-27 effort from the free throw line to top Georgia State 90-84 and capture its first CAA regular-season title.

Hosts Bobby Broyles and Rob Washburn also look ahead to the final day of the regular season, which includes a pair matchups featuring teams battling for the #3 seed in the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship, presented by Jani-King. George Mason travels to Delaware in a nationally televised contest on the NBC Sports Network at 2 p.m. while James Madison visits William & Mary in a regionally televised clash on Comcast SportsNet at 6 p.m.

#CAAHoops Weekly features an interview with Northeastern senior guard Joel Smith, who is among the league’s leaders in scoring, 3-point shooting and free throw percentage and has helped lead the Huskies to the CAA regular-season championship.

Broyles and Washburn then shift their focus to the women's hoops side where they review Delaware’s 79-50 triumph over Hofstra that extended the Blue Hens’ winning streak to 20 and clinched their second consecutive CAA regular-season title. They also look at the final conference meeting between long-time rivals James Madison and Old Dominion, in which the Dukes posted a 77-61 win.

#CAAHoops Weekly moves into preview mode on the women's side and focuses on Northeastern’s quest to set a record for CAA wins in a season as it hosts Old Dominion on Sunday afternoon. They also analyze the big rivalry game between two of the league’s top squads as second-place Drexel travels to first-place Delaware.

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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