NCAA BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

 

Hood at Lycoming College

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Lycoming College welcomes in Hood for their final home doubleheader of the regular season. Coverages starts with the Van Campen Motors Countdown to Tip-Off show at 12:45 p.m. Ian Catherine will be joined by Robyn Hannan and Seth Burch on ESPN Radio Williamsport 1050AM, 1600AM, 92.7FM, 104.1FM and online stream 1.

Wells College at Penn College

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The Penn College Wildcats welcome in Wells College for a NEAC basketball doubleheader this afternoon. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. with the Van Campen Motors Countdown to Tip-Off Show on stream 2. Curt Lowe is on the call.

Mansfield University at West Chester University

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Mansfield is on the road this weekend as they take on West Chester in a PSAC-East basketball doubleheader. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. on stream 3.

Wilkes University at Delaware Valley

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Wilkes is on the road as they take on Delaware Valley in a MAC-Freedom basketball double feature. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. on stream 4.

King’s College at Misericordia

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Misericordia University welcomes in King’s College for a MAC-Freedom basketball twin bill. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. on stream 5.

Dominican (N.Y.) at Chestnut Hill College

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The Griffins on Chestnut Hill College play host to Dominican (N.Y.) in a CACC crossover basketball doubleheader. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. on stream 9.

Concordia at Georgian Court University

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Georgian Court University plays host to Concordia in a CACC crossover basketball doubleheader. Coverage starts at 12:45 p.m. on stream 10.

Armstrong at UNC-Pembroke

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UNC-Pembroke welcomes in Armstrong for a PBC basketball doubleheader. Coverage starts at 1:15 p.m. on stream 6.

Saint Francis University at Mount Saint Mary’s

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Saint Francis University remains on the road as they take on Mount Saint Mary’s in a NEC hoops doubleheader. Coverage starts at 11:45 a.m. on stream 7. Todd Bartley is on the call.

BREAKING NEWS: ESPN Williamsport receives letter from ESPN legal

espn-logo-wideESPN Williamsport received a letter from the ESPN legal department in the past 24 hours outlining a letter (attached) they received from the attorney for Darrick Dixon.

The letter relates to reporting on ESPN Williamsport in recent days.

The attorney uses an address of 210 Market Street which has been a parking lot for the past several years. The actual station address is clearly listed under the contact page on espnwilliamsport.com.

An allegation of racial bias is included in this letter. According to ESPN Radio Williamsport, General Manager Todd Bartley, “this allegation truly breaks my heart, throughout my entire broadcast career I have had the privilege of covering student-athletes from all over the world and never had this issue raised, ever. Teams that I am currently covering and traveling all over the country with have African Americans on them and what Mr. Silver needs to take to heart is I don’t refer to them in that way. We  share meals together, we share struggles and triumphs and most importantly we refer to each other as good friends.”

The word “alleged” is used several times in regard to the recent reporting. In regard to the “alleged” incident with a 14-year female victim as noted on the Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Locker Room Show hosted by Todd Bartley: from the Pocono Record, Posted January 25, 2002 at 12:01 AM and was updated on January 6, 2011 at 11:18 PM from the story titled “Coach again accused of relationship with player”.

The victim, now 15, testified at Wednesday’s preliminary hearing that she and a friend met Dixon on a secluded road. Dixon first searched the girls for wiretaps, then paid the second girl $20 to leave so that he and the victim could be alone, she said. The girl said they had consensual sex.

A judge on Wednesday ordered Darrick L. Dixon, 24, to stand trial on new charges of statutory sexual assault, intimidation of a witness, criminal solicitation, indecent assault and corrupting the morals of minors.

The entire story can be found here.

ESPN Williamsport stands behind every word of its reporting and stands prepared to defend it in any court venue at any time.

ABC to CRGW Letter 2-9-16

Dixon to ESPN Letter 2-2-16