Get In The Game: What You Can Expect From Our Noontime Coverage This Fall

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By Matt Noonan (@MattNoonan11) 

Happy Wednesday, Noontime Sports (and NoontimeSports.com) fans!

It’s an exciting time these days – not just because football has returned – but our site has been updated with some new features, including an easy way to join our email list (you can sign-up on the right side of the screen if you’re on a laptop or tablet or at the bottom of the page on mobile).

Additionally, we have introduced a brand-new podcast for the upcoming football season – Football Friday – which has been a great addition to our New England D3 coverage. We have had some great guests thus far – thank you to those that have taken the time to join us! – and will have more interviews with coaches, student-athletes and media members before, during and after the season, so make sure to circle back every Friday for a new show.

Quick ‘Football Friday’ Plug for this week (Aug. 9th): There will be now show this week, but we will return next week after a quick (and brief) one-week hiatus! 

In addition to a brand new looking site and podcast, we will also unveil some new content this season (and school year). Most of this content you may or may not have seen in the past, but it will include longer-form features on student-athletes, coaches and teams, more videos, including a weekly Facebook Live Show, and new guests for Noontime Sports the Podcast. 

We will also expand our reach (or audience, technically), adding some Division I and II coverage in New England, and we may even sprinkle in some high school stories, too.

All in all, the biggest goal going forward for our site (and social network channels) is to produce unique and engaging content for you, the reader (and fan). We want to shed a different light on a player, and perhaps a play or series from a game. We want to take you inside the minds of some of your favorite programs – perhaps some film studies or a day in a life? – while producing content that you won’t always see on national or local site.

And as we begin to embark on an exciting new chapter, we want to hear from you, the fans and readers. We want to know what you think, as well as what you want to read and view, both here on our site and social media channels, too. Send us an email to NoontimeSports@gmail.com or connect with us on social media (Facebook, Twitter and YouTube).

All in all, this is an exciting time for our site and I am really looking forward to providing unique and engaging content this upcoming school year!

Stay connected with Matt Noonan on social media, follow him on Twitter (@MattNoonan11) and Instagram (@MattNoonan11). Matt is also on Snapchat, you can add him by typing in the following username: NoontimeSports. And if you want to email Matt, you can reach him at MatthewJNoonan@gmail.com. 

Introducing The Football Friday Podcast

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By Matt Noonan (@MattNoonan11)

As we inch closer toward a brand new season of New England Division III football, I am excited to announce some new content for our site called Football Friday, a weekly podcast that will feature interviews with coaches and student-athletes, as well as local media members, too.

These weekly podcasts will be posted on our site’s newest page – that would be the Football Friday page, to be exact!

Football Friday officially kicked-off today as I was joined by Dan Mulrooney, who is a first-year head coach at Anna Maria College. Mulrooney and I discussed his initial head coaching gig, as well as his football journey, which began in Connecticut.

Stay connected with Noontime Sports by following us on Twitter, becoming a fan on Facebook and subscribing to our YouTube Channel TODAY! 

New England D3 Football: Players To Watch In The NEWMAC In 2017

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

Happy Wednesday, Noontime Sports fans!

Our early preseason New England Division III football coverage continues today with players to watch this season in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) on offense and defense.

Prior to today’s post, we highlighted players to watch in the following conferences:

Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC)

Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (MASCAC) 

As always, stay connected to Noontime Sports on Facebook and Twitter, while subscribing to our YouTube channel, too.

Offense 

Darius Adams

Coast Guard Acad.

Wide Receiver 

Jordan Wilcox 

Springfield 

Runningback 

Hunter Belzo 

Springfield 

Runningback 

Jake Eglintine

Springfield 

Quarterback 

Sean McAllen

WPI 

Runningback 

Alex Domond

WPI 

Wide Receiver 

Brice Moore

Merchant Marine Acad.

Quarterback 

Wiley Martin

Merchant Marine Acad.

Fullback 

Luke Tiefenthaler

Merchant Marine Acad.

Fullback 

John Robertson 

MIT 

Runningback 

Eddy Garcia-Montes

MIT

Wide Receiver 

James Ferrar

Maine Maritime Acad.

Fullback 

Corey Creeger

Maine Maritime Acad.

Quarterback 

Patrick Brown 

Norwich 

Runningback 

Quincy Williams 

Norwich 

Runningback 

Dayvon Medina

Norwich 

Wide Receiver 

DEFENSE 

Ryan Robertson

Coast Guard Acad.

Defensive Back 

Dominic Traversa

Springfield 

Linebacker 

Nick Giorgio

Springfield 

Defensive End 

Joel Sodeinde

Springfield

Defensive Tackle 

Sam Malafronte

WPI

Linebacker

Dereck Pacheco

WPI

Defensive Line 

Nick Della Jacono

Catholic 

Linebacker 

Luke Kern

Catholic 

Defensive Back 

Patrick Vidal

Catholic

Defensive Line 

Anthony Santo

Catholic

Linebacker 

Mitch Turley 

MIT 

Linebacker 

Rob Disanto

MIT

Defensive Back 

Brooks Cannell 

Merchant Marine Acad.

Defensive Back

John Bennett

Maine Maritime Acad.

Defensive Back 

Austin Roberts 

Norwich 

Defensive Back 

Brasean Stewart 

Norwich 

Defensive Back 

 

#FootballFriday: Best Tweets Of The Week

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Endicott College’s football team highlighted another week of great social media posts!(PHOTO CREDIT: Kiana DelViscovo)

By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

Before you officially go on ‘weekend-mode,’ take a quick break to enjoy some of the best college football tweets of the week. And as seen above, the Endicott College football team highlighted our ‘best tweets of the week’ with an awesome video of their 2017 schedule.

We will certainly pay a visit to ‘the nest’ this season – maybe more than once, Endicott fans! – so stay tuned. For more on the Gulls’ 2017 schedule, HOP HERE.

Our blog’s friend, Logan Hansen, has high hopes for the Dean College Bulldogs this season. This will be the squad’s initial season of NCAA Division III play.

Dean kicks-off its 2017 slate with a visit from Husson on Saturday, September 9. The game will commence at 12 p.m. We certainly look forward to seeing the Bulldogs in-action this season.

Now, let’s dish out some ‘in-case-you-missed-it’ tweets from the past few days …

Finally, this tweet is more than a few days old, but certainly gets us excited for WPI’s upcoming season. Great photo, Coach!

Stay connected with Noontime Sports on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Also, subscribe to our YouTube channel. And if you have a great story idea or feature, send us an email to NoontimeSports@gmail.com. 

We’re T-Minus 11 Weeks Away From The Start of the 2017 College Football Season

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By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports) 

As of today – yes, Thursday, June 15th – we are 11 weeks away from kicking-off a brand new season of college football. And yes … we are psyched to bring you a brand new season of coverage!

11 weeks from tonight (Thursday, August 31st), we’ll have three games to follow. And they are the following:

  • Bentley at West Chester, 6 p.m.
  • Saint Anselm at Wagner, 6 p.m.
  • Coast Guard vs. Alfred State, 7 p.m.

So, mark your calendar for August 31st, the night we return to college football coverage here in New England!

Make sure to follow Noontime Sports on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube! Also, stay connected with Noontime Sports by joining our email list TODAY! 

The Noontime Friday Rewind: June 2nd

By Matt Noonan (@MattNoonan11) 

Happy Friday and a happy (early) weekend, everyone!

Noontime Sports is pleased to unveil its first-ever ‘Friday-Rewind,’ a look back at our various posts (and news) from the week.

Consider this a recap of the week’s news – or technically, an in-case-you-missed-it! 

So, what did we blog about this week?

Let’s begin with the Coast Guard Academy football team, which unveiled its 2017 slate earlier this week. The Bears, who are coming off a 3-7 campaign, will look to commence its new season on a high note when they host Alfred State at the end of August.

On Thursday – yesterday, to be exact – we unveiled our very early preseason college football coverage plan, which includes some blogs on team’s schedules and podcasts.

If you have an idea for a possible story or additional ways we can improve our early season coverage of New England Division III football, let us know by sending us an email to NoontimeSports@gmail.com. You can also send me a tweet on Twitter (@MattNoonan11). 

We concluded Thursday with an early look – and yes, a few thoughts – on the Bridgewater State football schedule, which features a pair of non-conference tilts in the first two weeks. The Bears will open its 2017 campaign at Buffalo State before entertaining Endicott College one week later.

Finally – this is a REAL in-case-you-missed-it from last month – but if you want to know what teams we’ll be eyeballing this coming season, then check-out my post on ‘What teams to Watch in 2017?’

That’s a wrap on a fun week of blogging (and coverage), have a great weekend, everyone, and be kind to each other, too!

Make sure to follow Noontime Sports on Facebook and Twitter, as well as become a fan of our blog on LinkedIn. You can also find us on YouTube, too! 

Let The #CountdownToKickoff2017 Begin!

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By Matt Noonan (@MattNoonan11) 

It’s officially summer – well, not technically, but in 20 days it will be the initial day of summer.

Here at Noontime Sports, though, we have begun the ‘summer-transition’ as we begin to turn the page to the 2017-18 school year.

Yes, we’re already beginning the countdown to another year of coverage, but don’t worry, we’ll enjoy this ‘slow-period’ of news for a bit. And we hope you do, too!

And while we anxiously await the start of camps, we’ll begin producing a few blog posts over the next few weeks (and months) on teams (and players) to watch this season, along with thoughts on schedules, too.  We’ll also produce some podcasts, too – yes, the Noontime Sports Podcast will be returning soon, so stay tuned!

As we get closer to the start of the 2017 season, we’ll unveil our initial Noontime Sports Top 10 Preseason Poll on Twitter, along with our first-ever Top 20 Teams to Watch in 2017. We’ll also post our Noontime Sports Preseason Team in August.

All in all, we’re excited to bring you another season of college football coverage and look forward to staying connected throughout the summer. Remember to follow us on Twitter and become a fan of our blog on Facebook.