Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Niners Senior Day moved

Senior Day to recognize Charlotte 49ers men's basketball seniors Charlie Coley and Lamont Mack has been moved to next Tuesday's home regular season finale against Richmond.

Originally the two were to be honored during Saturday's home game against Fordham. Coley has had a death in his family and his family is unable to attend this weekend, so the recognition ceremony was moved to the final home game of the season.

The game was orginally scheduled for March 4, but moved to Tuesday to accomodate its broadcast on CBS College Sports TV at 7 p.m. Some 49ers schedule cards were printed prior to the date change.

6 comments:

Tyler said...

Thats sad, we will look forward to seeing him on Tuesday. I was on the floor at the Xavier game, and I will most likely be on the floor for Senior Night as well. check em out...

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Anonymous said...

Whose going to be the first official to call a foul on Lamont Mack during his introductions? Last night was ridiculous with three of the 49ers fouling out while Diggs was physical as anyone and ends up with just three.

Anonymous said...

That's what happens when 1 team(GW) drives to the basket regularly, and the other team (Charlotte) sits back and jacks up 3's the whole game. It's hard to foul someone when they are jacking up 3's.

Anonymous said...

not calling charges and elbows has nothing to do with the other team shooting 3s. watch the game.

Anonymous said...

With Coley and Mack graduating it looks to be a rebuilding year next year...
If losing one senior from last years squad caused this calamity, what will losing two do to the team next season?

Craig said...

You are right 3:35 we will be a VERY young team next season. Thats why Im gonna give Lutz a pass next year, and look forward to two years from now. Thats when we should really make some noise and make it back to the NIT Tournament!

GO NINERS!