Fayetteville Crossover

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Fayetteville Crossover
Founded2011
LeagueECBL
Team historyFayetteville Crossover (2011-present)
Based inFayetteville, North Carolina
ArenaJohn D. Fuller, Sr. Recrerational/Athletic Complex
Colorsgreen, black, white
              
OwnerAlonzo Lunsford
Head coachGeorge Overton, Jr.
Championships0
Division titles2 (2015, 2016 North Division)
WebsiteFayettevilleCrossover.com
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The Fayetteville Crossover are a semi-professional basketball team based in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Home games are played at the John D. Fuller, Sr. Recrerational/Athletic Complex.

History[edit]

The team began play in 2011 as a member of the Continental Basketball League.[1] On May 15, 2011 Fayetteville won their first game in team history, defeating the Wilmington Sea Dawgs 107-99.[2]

In November 2011 the team joined the new Tobacco Road Basketball League.[3] Fayetteville played three seasons in the TRBL, going 14-21 overall.

In July 2014 it was announced that the Crossover would be the fifth member of the new East Coast Basketball League.[4]

Season-By-Season records[edit]

Year W-L Post-season
Regular Season Playoffs Result
2011 (CBL) 2-6 DNQ -
2012 (TRBL) 5-7 0-1 Semifinals: Lost vs PrimeTime Players 109-126
2013 (TRBL) 7-4 DNQ -
2014 (TRBL) 2-9 DNQ -
2015 (ECBL) 10-2 2-1 Championship: Lost vs PrimeTime Players 130-113
2016 (ECBL) 7-5 2-1 Championship: Lost vs PrimeTime Players 119-100
Totals 33–33 4–3 0 Championships

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The RAC spawns semi-pro basketball team, the Fayetteville Crossover". Fayetteville Observer. 3 May 2011.
  2. ^ "Crossover wins first game". Fayetteville Observer. 16 May 2011.
  3. ^ "Fayetteville Crossover Join TRBL". OurSportsCentral. 19 November 2011.
  4. ^ "ECBL Announces Fifth League Member". ECBL. Retrieved 14 July 2014.

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