Aug 19, 2013
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – In conjunction with WKU Athletics’ partnership with CBSSports.com College Network, WKUSports.tv is the new online home for live broadcasts of WKU sporting events for the 2013-14 athletics calendar.
WKUSports.tv offers subscribers live action to 26 football, volleyball and soccer games this fall and will also broadcast men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball and softball games this season.
Monthly, yearly and pay-per-view subscription options are available and can be found at WKUSports.tv. Monthly packages are offered at $9.95 per month while yearly subscriptions can be purchased at $79.95. Subscribers to WKUSports.com’s previous multimedia package will need to register a new account as of June 18, 2013.
Each of WKU’s five football games at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium will be broadcast on WKUSports.tv with play-by-play and commentary from Randy Lee and Leo Peckenpaugh.
For the second-straight season 13 volleyball matches will be broadcast. Thirteen of 14 volleyball matches played in E.A. Diddle Arena will be available with play-by-play and commentary from Ken Marshall and Steve Allen. Highlights of WKU’s broadcasted volleyball slate include Cincinnati (Sept. 10), Virginia (Sept. 13) and eight Sun Belt Conference matches.
Eight of WKU Soccer’s 10 matches at the WKU Soccer Complex will be available on WKUSports.tv, headlined by non-conference battles with Utah (Aug. 23), Rice (Aug. 30) and Memphis (Sept. 8). WKUSports.tv will also broadcast each of WKU’s four Sun Belt Conference games, including Senior Day versus Georgia State on Oct. 25. Play-by-play and commentary will be provided by Craig Widener and Fletcher Keel.
WKUSports.tv will broadcast its first event Friday, Aug. 23 when WKU Soccer plays host to Utah at the WKU Soccer Complex at 12:00 p.m. (CT).