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Sinclair's entry into the college sports market is important, particularly given their unique connection to local communities and ability to serve consumers in the CAA markets," said Tom Yeager, Commissioner of the Colonial Athletic Association.
The 5-10 shooting guard was the high school player of the year in Idaho, a member of the Colonial Athletic Association all-rookie team as a freshman and averaged 12.
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The Beavers (33-22), who finished eighth in the Pac-12 this season, will play Colonial Athletic Association champion Hofstra (43-11) at 2 p.
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Maynor, the two-time defending Colonial Athletic Association player of the year, is averaging 22.
These will include broadcasts of hundreds of NCAA Division I games from top universities in each respective region, including the Colonial Athletic Association, Patriot League, Ivy League, America East Conference, as well as games from many other NCAA Division I Conferences.
Towson, picked to finish 10th in the Colonial Athletic Association this year, is on a four-game losing streak with road losses to Georgetown (46-40) and Temple (72-61) and home defeats against North Dakota State (65-48) and Coppin State (64-61).