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Friday, August 24, 2007

MU radio doing even more with sports....New show debuts Monday

This is from the MU web site..thought it might be of interest. I - personally - think they should make part of it a call-in show - if they have they have the equipment...

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – The Monmouth University Department of Athletics, in conjunction with WMCX, the university’s student-run radio station, has announced the launch of “The Hawks Report”, a thirty-minute radio spotlight program focusing on Monmouth athletics.

“It’s a tremendous opportunity for our teams to receive more great coverage from WMCX,” said Vice President and Director of Athletics Dr. Marilyn McNeil. “We want to applaud WMCX and we also look forward to partnering with them on this venture.”

“The Hawks Report” will air every Monday at 9 a.m., beginning with the inaugural show on Monday, August 27. The show will feature an interview with a different Monmouth Athletics personality every week and will be hosted by WMCX’s Sports Director, Pete Mulroy.

The show will air on WMCX, which is located at 88.9 FM, and will also be available on The programs will be archived and made available on www.GoMUHawks, the official online home of Monmouth University Athletics.

WMCX is also the exclusive broadcast home of the Monmouth University football and men’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as selected baseball broadcasts. Last season, WMCX also broadcasted the Northeast Conference men’s soccer championships and a Monmouth lacrosse game.

The Monmouth University Department of Athletics enjoyed a banner year in 2006-07, winning the NEC’s Commissioner’s Cup for the fourth year in a row and sixth time in the award’s history.

Monmouth’s outstanding year included NEC championships in men’s soccer, women’s lacrosse, men’s golf, baseball, women’s outdoor track and field, and men’s indoor and outdoor track and field. The Hawks also captured regular season crowns in football and men’s soccer.


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