STAC vs. Daemen Basketball Doubleheader to be Featured in NCAA DII Showcase

STAC vs. Daemen Basketball Doubleheader to be Featured in NCAA DII Showcase

The NCAA announced on Wednesday that the St. Thomas Aquinas at Daemen basketball doubleheader on February 14 will be broadcast as part of the Division II Basketball Showcase.

St. Thomas Aquinas returns to the marquee broadcast for the second time in three seasons, having been featured back in the 2017-2018 season on January 24, 2018 at Queens College.

NCAA Division II announced 28 regular season men’s and women’s basketball games that will be highlighted on ESPN3 or NCAA social media as part of an effort to promote the division on several platforms throughout the academic year.

The games will be produced by NCAA partner, Niles Media Group, and stream on the NCAA Division II Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as on the ECC Network. In addition, the games will also be simulcast on the East Coast Conference, Daemen, and St. Thomas Aquinas Facebook pages.

All four teams are off to hot starts to begin their 2019-20 campaigns. Daemen's men are 6-1, while the women are 3-1. Both Spartan squads have started the year with perfect 5-0 records.

To view the full release announcing the NCAA Division II Showcase schedule, click here


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