FOND DU LAC, Wis. (SabreAthletics.com) -- Mark Boyle, Marian University head men's basketball coach, is set to appear on "Hoopsville," a radio show associated with D3Hoops.com and dedicated to Division III basketball, Sunday night, Jan. 26. It will be Boyle's first appearance on the show, which will run from 6-8 p.m. central time.
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Coach Boyle will discuss several topics with producer, creator and host, Dave McHugh, including the program's quick turnaround from a 15-11 season a year ago to their fast 14-4 start to begin this season. Marian, which leads the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference with a 12-1 mark thus far, has won 13 of their last 14 games.
Marian will play host to Wisconsin Lutheran College Tuesday night at 7 p.m. inside Sadoff Gymnasium. The Sabres are asking all who attend to wear their best Neon attire as part of the "Neon Nite" event. First 100 students presenting student I.D. will receive a free t-shirt.
Hoopsville is the only show dedicated to Division III basketball in the world. The show first hit the air in November of 2000 and this season mark's the show eleventh season overall.
Dave McHugh is the creator and host of Hoopsville which broadcasts out of McHugh's personal studios in the Baltimore area. The show airs on Sundays and Thursdays from 7-9 PM EST. Archives of each show are also available On Demand for those who could not tune in while it was on the air.
Each show, Dave talks to coaches, players, administrators, reporters and experts from around the country to take a look at the previous week of Division III basketball and what is ahead. The show also interacts with listeners through Twitter, Facebook, email and a chat room.
Hoopsville has also traveled and broadcast live at the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Championship Weekend in Salem every year since 2001 including special pre- and post-game coverage at the unique Elite Eight and Final Four in 2013. Hoopsville was also on the road to the women's championship weekend in Holland, Michigan for the first time this season in 2013.
You can follow Hoopsville online and through social media via:
Website: www.d3hoopsville.com (or www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville)
Twitter: www.twitter.com/d3hoopsville (or @d3hoopsville and #Hoopsville)
"Because if you want to talk about Division III basketball, you've got to listen or watch Hoopsville."
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