Friday, December 13, 2013

Social Media Map: #ASunMBB Hits The Road

Only 35 days into the 2013-14 Atlantic Sun Men’s Basketball season and road contests have begun to stack up for league teams with a combined 57 games away from their home arenas.

Life on the road for A-Sun student-athletes can be tough with early departures and late arrivals coupled with studying for classes on the road, but it also takes them to places otherwise would have gone unseen.

Take a look through this social media travel map of some of the trips, adventures and historic arenas that A-Sun teams have come across so far this season - starting with a winter wonderland that North Florida encountered on its trip to Bloomington.

An Upstate fan added some flair to Tennessee's campus before the game vs. the Spartans
The Ospreys' Dallas Moore dropped 27 points in IU's Assembly Hall that has housed three NCAA Championship teams.
Northern Kentucky hits the sites in New Orleans before an overtime victory vs. Tulane.
The Norse appeared in the UCF Cure Classic in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Behind 37 points from Jakob Gollon, Mercer won a triple overtime contest at Valparaiso
Prior to the Valpo win, Mercer practiced at Butler's Hinkle Fieldhouse:
Lipscomb faced Georgetown in the Verizon Center; Home of the Washington Wizard's and NHL's Capitals.
Stetson has played on some "interesting" courts on the road this season.
The Hatters also took part in the Gulf Coast Showcase at Fort Myers' Germain Arena.
NFL Legend Jerry Rice talked with Kennesaw State prior to its game at Mississippi State
ETSU squared off in Georgia Tech's remodeled Hank McCamish Pavilion.
An early shoot-around allowed FGCU time to adjust to FIU's new court.
FGCU's Bernard Thompson came prepared for the Eagles' trip to Nebraska.
A look inside the Jacksonville huddle at in-state foe, Florida State
Finally, USC Upstate started off the season right with a win at Virginia Tech in its first game of the season

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