Just days after the NCAA Division III men’s basketball championship concluded, Noontime Sports the Podcast host Matt Noonan caught-up with Babson College play-by-play broadcaster John Cabral to discuss and highlight the Beavers’ (men’s basketball) first-ever national championship.
Cabral and Noonan recap a pair of exciting contests, and yes, slowly look ahead (at the end of the podcast) to what teams could be in the mix for a title-run next season.
In just three days, the Babson College men’s basketball team will compete in the program’s second semifinal in three seasons.
And if you’re fortunate to tune into Friday’s tilt, then you best listen to our friend John Cabral, who is the voice of the Babson men’s and women’s basketball teams, along with the UMass Dartmouth men’s and women’s basketball teams, too.
Cabral, who is play-by-play veteran, especially in the NCAA Division III world, joined Noontime Sports the Podcast to preview this week’s semifinal between Babson and Whitman.
Additionally, Cabral provided his insight into the other semifinal clashes, too.
In anticipation of this week’s NCAA Division III men’s and women’s basketball semifinals and finals, Noontime Sports the Podcast welcomed back Howard Herman of the Berkshire Eagle to preview and predict the various outcomes of this week’s contests.
Babson College and Williams College each advanced to the men’s semifinals, while Amherst College and Tufts University secured spots in the women’s semifinals.
Noontime Sports the Podcast returned last week when host Matt Noonan caught up with the editor and founder of SuiteSports.com, Joe Parello.
Parello discussed how he began working in the sports media field, as well as how he fell in love with the sport of lacrosse, too. Additionally, he shares how he transformed his website into a go-to digital source for high school sports coverage in Massachusetts – we highly recommend you check-out his site’s coverage.
Noontime Sports the Podcast returned after a few week hiatus with guest Hayden Bird of Boston.com.
Bird joined host Matt Noonan to discuss his experience covering the Super Bowl during ‘Media Week,’ while also attempting to answer the question: Is Tom Brady the best quarterback in the National Football League (N.F.L.)?
If you’re a New England Patriots fan or just a die-hard football fan, then this is a must-listen to podcast!
In anticipation of this upcoming weekend’s Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, Noontime Sports the Podcast featured some quality pigskin chatter between host Matt Noonan and Andy Mahoney, who is the sports producer for BostonGlobe.com.
Mahoney gave his ‘two-cents’ on the Patriots-Falcons matchup, why there hasn’t been too much news (or noise) from the so-called ‘media week,’ while giving some thought to where New England would stand in Boston sports history if they earn a fifth championship.
Would they be better than the early 20th century Boston Red Sox or the Celtics of the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s – let’s also not forget about the Green and White of 2008, too.
Either way, get pumped (or excited) for this weekend’s big game with a fun pre-Super Bowl podcast, while following Mahoney (@GlobeMahoney) and the Boston Globe Sports section (@BGlobeSports) on Twitter.
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