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Aug. 16, 2012

Charlottesville, Va. - The Virginia athletics department announced today its online fall live video streaming schedule for This schedule is comprised of 14 home events including men's and women's soccer games and volleyball matches. The events are part of an annual live video subscription package - "Cavaliers Live" - consisting of a minimum of 40 events.

New for the 2012-13 academic year, fans will be able to listen for free online at the newly re-designed to live audio play-by-play broadcasts of all football, men's basketball, and women's basketball games. The Coach's Corner programs with head football coach Mike London and head men's basketball coach Tony Bennett will also be available to listen to free of charge.

"One of the goals of the new online partnership with the College Network was to make it easier for our fans to follow our teams," Virginia Associate Athletics Director for Marketing and Video Services Todd Goodale said. "The ability for Cavalier fans to listen to Virginia Sports Radio Network programming online anywhere in the world for free is an important step as we continually work to find new ways to connect with our fans. The live video offering features a strong schedule of Atlantic Coast Conference and non-conference games to complement the ACC's television and digital streaming package."

The live online video fall streaming schedule includes five men's soccer games, four women's soccer games, and five volleyball games, beginning with the women's soccer game on Friday, Aug. 17 against Penn State. The complete fall schedule is listed below.

Women's basketball, baseball, and men's and women's lacrosse are among the other sports that will be featured. Specific games will be added to the lineup once the television and live streaming schedules are announced by the Atlantic Coast Conference's television and digital media partners.

The "Cavaliers Live" subscription package includes online audio play-by-play broadcasts of baseball and men's and women's lacrosse games broadcast by the Virginia Sports Radio Network's flagship station, AM 1070 WINA in Charlottesville. Monthly and annual subscription packages are available.

The annual audio and video pass is $69.95 while a monthly pass is $6.95. Fans may click here to sign-up and learn more about the service.

Virginia Athletics Fall Live Video Streaming Schedule
Men's Soccer
Friday, Aug. 31 vs. Cal
Sunday, Sept. 2 vs. UCLA
Friday, Sept. 7 vs. Duke
Friday, Sept. 28 vs. Clemson
Friday, Oct. 12 vs. Wake Forest

Women's Soccer
Friday, Aug. 17 vs. Penn State
Sunday, Sept. 9 vs. JMU
Sunday, Sept. 16 vs. North Carolina
Thursday, Oct. 25 vs. Boston College

Friday, Sept. 21 vs. Miami
Saturday, Sept. 22 vs. Florida State
Friday, Oct. 19 vs. Duke
Friday, Nov. 2 vs. Georgia Tech
Saturday, Nov. 3 vs. Clemson


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