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College soccer returns on NSCAATV
July 28th, 2014 7:26PM

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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] The "NSCAA College Soccer Special presented by Continental Tire” will return for its second season on NSCAATV, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's streaming network. The package will include up to 20 NCAA Division I games and open with the first match of new Division I men’s program Utah Valley.

“We created NSCAATV a year ago with a focus on being an attractive and entertaining outlet for college soccer fans and coaches to watch live games from all over the country,” NSCAA CEO Joe Cummings said. “Last year, we broadcast more than 40 college soccer games, as well as 20 College Soccer Specials. This fall, we will do more than 80 broadcasts covering all levels of soccer, from the college, high school and youth game. Additionally, we continue to provide coverage of the professional game, by hosting live stream broadcasts of NWSL and USL PRO games."

Dean Linke will return for his seventh season as the play-by-play voice of NSCAA college soccer. He will again be joined in the booth for the majority of the men’s Division I games by former Georgetown head coach Keith Tabatznik. Sari Rose and Allie Dosmann will handle several of the women’s Division I games as analysts. This year’s games will be produced by Kyle Lang (Triangle Video Productions), George and Brian Krieger (Apparent Gravity Media), and Chase Neidig (Tourbeau Sports Group).

NSCAA College Soccer Special presented by Continental Tire
Aug. 30
Men Utah Valley v. Massachusetts (9:30 PM ET)
Sept. 4
Men West Virginia v. Virginia Tech (7 PM ET)
Sept. 7
Women Illinois State v. Boston College (2 PM ET)
Sept. 10
Women William & Mary v. Richmond (7 PM ET)
Sept. 16
Men William & Mary v. North Carolina (7 PM ET)
Sept. 18
Women Connecticut v. Florida State (7 PM ET)
Sept. 19
Men UC Santa Barbara v. UCLA (10 PM ET)
Sept. 27
Men High Point v. UNC Asheville (7 PM ET)
Oct. 1
Men Bucknell v. Penn State (7 PM ET)
Oct. 4
Men Bakersfield v. San Jose State (TBA)
Oct. 7
Men George Mason v. Virginia (TBA)
Oct. 10
Women West Virginia v. Texas Tech (7 PM ET)
Oct. 11
Men Connecticut v. Tulsa (7 PM ET)
Oct. 12
Women Ohio v. Miami (Ohio) (1 PM ET)
Oct. 17
Men Akron v. West Virginia (7 PM ET)
Nov. 7
Men Army vs. Navy (7 PM ET)


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