The fall live online video streaming schedule includes three men's soccer games, five women's soccer games, and four volleyball games, starting with the women's soccer game on Sunday, Sept. 11 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 packages include the play-by-play broadcasts of all football, men's basketball, and women's basketball games as part of Virginia Sports Radio Network programming as well as the weekly Coach's Corner shows. Additional programming will be added that is broadcast by the network's flagship station, AM 1070 WINA in Charlottesville.
Several subscription packages are available. The annual audio and video pass is $79.95 while an annual audio pass is $44.95. A four-month audio and video pass is $29.95 and a monthly audio and video pass is $9.95. Fans may click here to sign-up and learn more about the service.
Virginia Athletics Fall Live Video Streaming Schedule
Friday, Sept. 16 vs. Charlotte
Friday, Sept. 23 vs. North Carolina
Thursday, Nov. 3 vs. NC State
Sunday, Sept. 11 vs. Penn State
Thursday, Sept. 15 vs. Maryland
Saturday, Oct. 8 vs. FSU
Sunday, Oct. 16 vs. Clemson
Thursday, Oct. 27 vs. Miami
Saturday, Oct. 8 vs. Duke
Friday, Oct. 21 vs. Clemson
Saturday, Nov. 19 vs. North Carolina
Friday, Nov. 25 vs. Virginia Tech
'Hoos Make Themselves at Home in AtlantaMen's Basketball1/19/18No. 2 Virginia, which plays Sunday at Wake Forest, stretched its winning streak to nine games with a victory over Georgia Tech in Atlanta on Thursday night.Tyson Finds Perfect Fit at UVAWomen's Squash1/18/18Annie Tyson, who also starred in lacrosse in high school, is one of the leaders of the UVA women's squash team.No. 3 Cavaliers Keep Rolling at JPJMen's Basketball1/15/18No. 3 Virginia remained atop the ACC standings with a 68-51 victory over NC State at John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday night.
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