The 2016–17 La Salle Explorers women's basketball team represented La Salle University during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Explorers, led by sixth year head coach Jeff Williams, played their home games at Tom Gola Arena and are members of the Atlantic 10 Conference, they finished the season 9 -- 7 in A-10 play to finish in a tie for sixth place. They advanced to the quarterfinals of the A-10 Women's Tournament. Select Explorers games will be broadcast online by the La Salle Portal; the A-10 Digital Network will carry all non-televised Explorers home games and most conference road games. 2016–17 NCAA Division I women's basketball rankings 2016–17 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team
Moshpit Tragedy Records was a Canadian independent record label founded in Windsor, Ontario in 2006. The label specializes releases punk and some of their subgenres. In 2007, they became the first record label to abandon physical releases in favour of a "sliding-scale" or "pay what you want" download model; the label has not been active since early 2013. Moshpit Tragedy began in the mid nineties booking local punk concerts in Windsor, Canada; the name came about after one of these shows when founder Rayny Forster was brought to the emergency room and a doctor dubbed him a "moshpit tragedy." It wasn't until early 2006. In 2007, the label abandoned releasing CDs in favour of a new sliding scale download format in which fans could pay as much or as little as they want to - free - for a high quality MP3 album with print-ready sleeve artwork. Moshpit Tragedy has partnered with various other labels to make their releases available in pay-what-you-want format, including Relapse Records, Feral Ward Records, Inimical Records, Give Praise Records, Anti-Corp Records, Replenish Records.
However, as of spring 2013 the label decided that with the widespread use of Bandcamp, it was no longer necessary to host titles for other labels. Moshpit Tragedy Records Website