NCAA Division I basketball Twitter runs deep. There are 348 men’s and 346 women’s programs competing in 2019-2020 and only a rare couple post exclusively through their athletic department account. That means there is just shy of 700 Twitter accounts pushing endless content to the world. The fact is, no media outlet, mini to mega, has the bandwidth to keep tabs on every last detail. On top of that, there’s probably very few news sites out there feeding you the exact updates about your beloved programs that you actually care to read.
Well, my friend, it’s time to go nuts on the follow button.
We make an effort to keep up with as many basketball programs across the globe as we possibly can. The easiest way to do so is by letting them tell us about themselves through social media. If you follow us on Twitter (you should, please do) you’ll see an array of love for college basketball. We’ve realized a great deal of the season’s best moments get left to social media robots to decide if they’re worthy of going viral. Don’t let the robots win. Here’s the @s for all 694 NCAA Division I basketball teams.
Get to following. Set your timeline to chronological order. BAM! Everything you actually care about at your finger tips.
NCAA Division I Basketball Twitter
— Kent State Women’s Basketball (@KentStWBB) November 24, 2019
If you weren’t following Kent State, would you have seen that? Just one of many reasons basketball twitter is beautiful.
Author’s note: We are working on creating hyperlinks and follow buttons to make your life easier. This list will continue to evolve and will grow to include more info and other social media handles that the programs may have.