Get #FiredUp for #MSUMSignDay on Wednesday, Feb. 3 when both soccer and football will be officially inking the NLIs of our newest additions to the Dragon family.
There are several ways to get all the info you want:
- MSUMDragons.com/SignDay – The most composite list of all information with a full list of signees, videos, and more.
- Twitter – We will Tweet the second an NLI becomes official using #MSUMSignDay.
- Periscope – We’ll be checking LIVE with coaches and staff throughout the day on the 16s of every hour for the class of 2016. Starting at 7:15 a.m., we’ll be in Nemzek prepping to welcome all the new faces to the Dragon family. We will go all the way to 12:16 p.m. when we’ll have head football coach Steve Laqua on to take your questions. These will also be posted live to Twitter.
- Snapchat – MSUMDragons will be posting all day long showing you what happens behind the scenes.
DragonsLIVE Signing Day Special – At 6:30 p.m. on WDAY’Z XTRA, watch our half-hour TV show with Laqua recapping last year, going through recruits at each position, and hearing what Dragon football will look like next year. Visit MSUMDragons.com/TV for channel listings.
“I’m most excited about Periscope,” said assistant athletics director for marketing and production Jon Wepking. “We’ll give our fans, friends, and signees a live inside look behind the scenes of signing day where they can ask us questions and we can give them real-time answers.”
Per NCAA compliance, no MSUM sources can comment on the recruitment status potential student-athletes until they have officially signed their National Letter of Intent and been fully cleared by the compliance coordinator Jason Sobolik.
“It’s a long, crazy day with the whole Dragons team grinding behind the scenes to make every signee feel exactly how we feel to have them join us, FIRED UP,” said Wepking. “We’ll take everyone on the ride with us with Periscope and Snapchat, but you’ve got to watch DragonsLIVE that night to get the whole story. It’s a nice build up and finale to a very special day.”