“Chalk Talk” Returns To Big East Tournament

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One of the most interesting, certainly informative, parts of last year’s Big East Tournament was the introduction of “Chalk Talk”  – the panel discussion hosted by the conference featuring a number of dignitaries representing the many side of women’s basketball.

The conference has decided to bring it back for another spin this season on March 11, semifinal day – from 4-5:30 p.m.

Once again, the event is private with attendees limited to those who have won tickets.

The panelists will discuss the state of the game, as well as participate in a question and answer session. The panel will include Anucha Browne, NCAA Vice President of Women’s Basketball Championships; Anne Donovan, Connecticut Sun Head Coach; Ilene Hauser, Nike Sportsmarketing, Manager Women’s Pro Basketball; Gail Marks, All American RedHeads, a Hall of Fame inductee; Marynell Meadors, Assistant Olympic Coach and former Atlanta Dream Head Coach and GM.

The discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Big East Television Network analyst LaChina Robinson.

Fans can win admission to the 2013 Chalk Talk by:

Purchasing tickets to the Championship (automatically entered); signing up for the Big East newsletter (automatically entered); following the Big East and/or XL Center on Facebook and Twitter. Chalk Talk ticket giveaways will be held throughout the next few weeks leading up to the event.

 

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2 thoughts on ““Chalk Talk” Returns To Big East Tournament

  1. Jodi

    We went last year and it was REALLY interesting. Well organized and lots of fun.
    I too would like to know how to sign up for the Big East newletrer.

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