Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #210 3/6/2010

#210 - Winthrop goes to the Big Dance

After a slow start this year, the Winthrop University men's basketball team has earned an invitation to the NCAA Division I tournament. They beat Coastal Carolina today at Coastal to win the Big South tournament. Coastal will get to play in the NIT as regular season winner. I earned my bachelors and masters degrees at Winthrop and attended there for 5 years. This is their ninth appearance at the NCAA (in the past 12 years) and with Peele as coach the last 3 years their second appearance. Go Eagles! Dwight



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