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Date Posted: Sunday, March 09, 09:54:35am
Author: maristfan
Subject: Re: All the empty Albany seats
In reply to: NickD 's message, "Re: All the empty Albany seats" on Saturday, March 08, 10:22:03pm

8,000 there for the afternoon, 4,000 at night. That's about 10 seasons worth of crowds at St. Peter's High.

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[> [> [> Correction -- Dummy Watcher, Sunday, March 09, 10:43:30am [1]

Tickets sold totaled 3,800 and change for the night game as many "total event" packs were included. Actual or turnstile count was under 2,700. Not a pretty scene for TV.

So what's your point? Recognize the MAAC for what it is, a low major conference with little media or fan interest. Tourney could be better staged in the various high school gyms that the teams perform in, with the final at the TUC, assuming Sienna is represented.

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