August 19, 2006 - by
Nine Florida State Volleyball Matches Set For TV and Radio Broadcasts

Aug. 19, 2006

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –

Florida State volleyball fans will have a multitude of ways to watch and listen to the Seminoles in 2006 as nine matches will be broadcast either on television or through streaming internet radio.


The first match set for television will be Florida State’s Tuesday, September 12, showdown with No. 5 Florida at 7 p.m. on Sun Sports. The network returns to Lucy McDaniel Court at Tully Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 17, to carry the 7 p.m. contest between the Seminoles and Miami. Florida State’s third television appearance will be Sunday, October 22, when FSU takes on ACC preseason-favorite Duke at 1 p.m. on Fox Sports Florida.


The three televised matches, along with six more contests – South Alabama (Sept. 2 – 10 a.m.), Eastern Illinois (Sept. 2 – 7p.m.), Boston College (Sept. 24 – 1 p.m.), NC State (Oct. 7 – 7p.m.), Wake Forest (Oct. 20 – 7 p.m.), and Virginia Tech (Nov. 12 – 1 p.m.) can be heard through streaming internet radio. All audio broadcasts can be accessed by logging on to the official website of Florida State athletics: www.seminoles.com. The link to the free radio broadcasts can be found on the volleyball schedule page.


Other news and notes:
• Florida State added a match to its schedule this week. Prior to the 6 p.m. match at Mercer on August 25, the Seminoles will take on Mississippi Valley State at 12 p.m. in Macon, Ga.


• The Seminoles’ award-winning volleyball guide is available on the volleyball home page at seminoles.com.


• Two of Florida State’s opponents were apart of the AVCA Preseason Top 25. Instate-rival Florida checked in at No. 5, while Southern California – whom the Seminoles take on September 8 in Columbia, S.C. – is rated 14th. Four ACC schools received votes.


• The AVCA has teamed up with CSTV to produce the “AVCA Update Presented by Tachikara” during the “NCAA Volleyball on CSTV, AVCA Match of the Week” to show highlights of several of the top matches around the country from television broadcasts and streaming video on the internet. www.seminoles.com

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