Midwestern Collegiate Conference Unveils New Website, 'MCCSportsNet.com'
Oct. 14, 1999
The Midwestern Collegiate Conference and Total Sports have teamed up to bring fans of MCC action a new way to view the league over the internet -- www.MCCSportsNet.com.
"The internet is an ever-growing medium, and we feel that Total Sports gives us the resources and manpower to reach our fans better than ever before," said MCC commissioner Jonathan B. LeCrone. "We look forward to a great partnership for years to come."
Through the new website, fans can receive up-to-the minute news about the MCC and its eight member schools -- Butler University, Cleveland State University, University of Detroit Mercy, University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Wright State University.
Fans can also receive information on how to purchase MCC merchandise, get information on any of the MCC's 18 championships, including how to purchase tickets, learn about NCAA rules and regulations through the MCC compliance corner, or become an MCC corporate partner.
In addition to being able to access MCC results, stats and boxscores, plans call for Total Sports to be on hand at no less than seven MCC championship events throughout the year, providing real-time game accounts -- called TotalCasts. Men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball and softball are all on the calendar to be covered in this manner by Total Sports.
Total Sports, a Raleigh, NC-based new media sports information company, delivers internet sports content, real-time game accounts (TotalCasts) and online merchandise to sports fans worldwide. Among the list of sporting events TotalCast by the Company are every game of the Major League Baseball season (including the All-Star Game, League Championship Series and World Series), NCAA football and basketball games, the NCAA men's and women's basketball Championships, the College World Series and NCAA Championship soccer and volleyball. With the addition of the MCC to its client list, Total Sports now has more than 60 colleges and college conferences under its umbrella.