Feb. 8, 2018
Charlottesville, Va. – The Virginia athletics department announced today its spring season live broadcasting and streaming schedules for home events that will appear on ESPN affiliated networks. A total of 63 Cavalier events will be carried on either ESPNU or ACC Network Extra.
ACC Network Extra is a dedicated digital channel for ACC sports which is available to authenticated subscribers of ESPN3 through WatchESPN and the ESPN app at no additional charge.
The broadcast schedule includes 31 home baseball games, nine home men’s lacrosse and nine home women’s lacrosse matches, a total of 11 home softball games, both days of the track and field team’s Virginia Challenge and the UVA football team’s April 28 Spring Game.
In addition, all men’s and women’s home tennis matches from the Boar’s Head Sports Club and Snyder Tennis Courts are streamed live on VirginiaSports.com. Video coverage includes all three courts during doubles competition and all six courts during singles competition. Fans have the ability to choose which court to watch at any time. Live stats are part of the streaming home page so fans know the score of the match they are watching at any time. The webcasts of the men’s and women’s tennis matches are free.
A number of Virginia’s road contents are also streamed by other ACC institutions. Check VirginiaSports.com for links to those events on the team’s calendar page or event game notes.
The ACC will again provide extensive broadcasts for its post-season spring sports championships. Information on each of those broadcasts will be available within the event preview releases on VirginiaSports.com or the Championship Central web page at TheACC.org.
A total of 33 UVA baseball games will be broadcast live on the local radio flagship station of the Virginia Sports Network, WINA (1070 AM/98.9 FM) and WINA.com. The audio-only broadcast of eight other games will be part of the free Cavaliers Live package on VirginiaSports.com. In addition, all of Virginia’s potential ACC and NCAA tournament games are scheduled to be carried by WINA and streamed online at VirginiaSports.com.
A total of seven Virginia men’s lacrosse games will be broadcast on WINA (1070 AM/98.9 FM) and WINA.com in addition to potential postseason NCAA action.
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Women’s LacrosseFeb. 17 Elon ACCNEFeb. 21 Richmond ACCNEFeb. 28 William & Mary ACCNEMarch 4 Syracuse ACCNEMarch 10 North Carolina ACCNEMarch 21 James Madison ACCNEMarch 28 Canisius ACCNEMarch 31 Boston College ACCNEApril 7 Penn State ACCNE
SoftballMarch 9 Georgia Tech ACCNEMarch 10 Georgia Tech ACCNEMarch 11 Georgia Tech ACCNEMarch 14 Liberty ACCNEMarch 16 Syracuse ACCNEMarch 17 Syracuse ACCNEMarch 18 Syracuse ACCNEMarch 30 North Carolina ACCNEMarch 31 North Carolina ACCNEApril 15 Virginia Tech ACCNEApril 25 James Madison ACCNE
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