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Virginia Fall Sports to Make At Least Seven Broadcast Appearances

GREENSBORO, N.C. - The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Friday the Olympic Sport television coverage for the upcoming fall season. Virginia teams will make seven regular-season television appearances, with the chance of additional coverage during ACC tournaments.

The league announced that 38 Olympic Sports events will be televised, the highest-ever in the history of ACC sports and tripling coverage from previous years.

The Virginia men's soccer team will have four of its eight conference games televised. The Cavaliers' ACC opener at Duke on Sept. 9 will air nationally on Fox Soccer Channel. Virginia will have two games air regionally on the ACC Regional Sports Network (Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic in Virginia), the Sept. 30 game at Clemson and the Oct. 7 game when the Cavaliers host Maryland. The Oct. 29 home game against Boston College will air online at ESPN3.com. The ESPN family of networks will provide coverage of the semifinals and final of the ACC Tournament. Both semifinals will air live online at ESPN3.com and the championship game will air nationally for the first time on ESPNU.

The Virginia women's soccer team will make three regular-season television appearances. The Sept. 25 contest at North Carolina will air live on ESPNU. Four days later, the Cavaliers' match at Duke will be shown on the ACC Regional Sports Network. Fox Soccer Channel will televise the Oct. 20 home game with Virginia Tech. The ESPN family of networks will provide coverage of the semifinals and final of the ACC Tournament. Both semifinals will air live online at ESPN3.com and the championship game will air nationally for the first time on ESPNU.

In addition to men's and women's soccer, the ACC Field Hockey Tournament also will be broadcast. The quarterfinals will air online at theACC.com and the ACC Regional Sports Network will televise both semifinals and the final.

For a complete list of ACC television appearances, visit theACC.com.

2011 Virginia Men's Soccer Television Appearances
Friday, Sept. 9      Virginia at Duke              7 p.m., FSC
Friday, Sept. 30     Virginia at Clemson           7 p.m., RSN
Friday, Oct. 7       Maryland at Virginia          7 p.m., RSN
Saturday, Oct. 29    Boston College at Virginia    7 p.m., ESPN3.com
Friday, Nov. 11      ACC Semifinal #1              5:30 p.m., ESPN3.com
Friday, Nov. 11      ACC Semifinal #2              7:30 p.m., ESPN3.com
Sunday, Nov. 13      ACC Championship Game         12 p.m., ESPNU

2011 Virginia Women's Soccer Television Appearances
Sunday, Sept. 25     Virginia at North Carolina    3 p.m., ESPNU
Thursday, Sept. 29   Virginia at Duke              8 p.m., RSN
Thursday, Oct. 20    Virginia Tech at Virginia     7 p.m., FSC
Friday, Nov. 4       ACC Semifinal #1              5:30 p.m., ESPN3.com
Friday, Nov. 4       ACC Semifinal #2              7:30 p.m., ESPN3.com
Sunday, Nov. 6       ACC Championship Game         1 p.m., ESPNU

2011 Virginia Field Hockey Television Appearances
Thursday, Nov. 3     ACC Quarterfinal #1           1 p.m., theACC.com
Thursday, Nov. 3     ACC Quarterfinal #2           3:30 p.m., theACC.com
Friday, Nov. 4       ACC Semifinal #1              1 p.m., RSN
Friday, Nov. 4       ACC Semifinal #2              3:30 p.m., RSN
Sunday, Nov. 6       ACC Championship Game         1 p.m., RSN

 

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