SEC Network will offer consistent women's coverage

[SOCCER ON THE AIR] The new SEC Network launching Aug. 14 and operated by ESPN, will air 25 women's college soccer games in the fall.

For the first time, SEC soccer will have a consistent television series, airing every Thursday at 7 p.m., beginning Sept. 18 through the conference season, with additional matchups on Sundays.

Coverage begins Aug. 22 with an Ole Miss-Georgia match.

The SEC Network will also televise the first three rounds of the SEC Soccer Tournament.

In addition, ESPNU will carry five SEC matches.

“These schedules reflect the breadth of exposure that our student-athletes will receive in the SEC’s Olympic sports on the SEC Network,” said SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. “It’s indicative of the full array of sports and unprecedented number of televised events SEC fans will enjoy throughout the athletic year.”
1 comment about "SEC Network will offer consistent women's coverage".
  1. Bruce Gowan, May 14, 2014 at 10:13 p.m.

    This is great news for women's soccer fans. The SEC can put women's soccer on TV but the NWSL can not find a way to get on TV.

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