MEC announces agreement with Under Armour & BSN

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – The Mountain East Conference, BSN SPORTS, and Under Armour today announced that they have entered an agreement designating Under Armour as the exclusive apparel and footwear brand of the MEC.

The partnership will be facilitated through the nationwide reach of the BSN SPORTS’ Collegiate Select program, which aims to make BSN SPORTS a one-stop provider for all collegiate athletic, intramural, club, and staff apparel and equipment to all DI, DII, DIII, and NAIA schools. The five-year agreement began runs through 2023.

“We are very excited to come under the umbrella of BSN SPORTS and Under Armour families,” said Commissioner Reid Amos. “BSN has become a leading supplier across the country and Under Armour is one of the elite brands in the industry, and we very pleased to begin this valued partnership.”

Under Armour and BSN SPORTS will have a presence at all MEC Championships, and special online purchase opportunities for official championship merchandise will be available for universities and fans.

“We are excited to partner with the Mountain East Conference in elevating the performance and impact of their students, athletes and fans,” said Todd Northrop, Vice President of BSN SPORTS Collegiate Select Division. “This strategic partnership provides the finest apparel and athletic products to the conference office staff. We are proud to be their partner, and pleased that we can elevate the fan experience.”

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