Aug. 18, 2004
Tallahassee, FL – This Friday night the fifth-ranked FSU soccer team will play its one and only preseason home game and it will come against No. 23 Tennessee. While it may be hard to make it to a preseason scrimmage if you are out of town, you can follow Friday night’s match one of two ways. First, there will be live stats for the game provided by FSU Sports Information. Second, there will be a radio broadcast live over the Internet for the game. Both services are free of charge as FSU begins its most ambitious season as far as live coverage is concerned.
For the first time in program history, all 14 preseason and regular season home matches will be broadcast live via Internet radio exclusively at seminoles.com. Florida State’s own Campo will bring you all the action live form the Seminole Soccer Complex. He will not only call the games but also bring you exclusive interviews before and after each match. Internet radio is the best way to know exactly what is happening with your Seminoles as the Tribe chases the National Championship.
If Internet radio is a little ambitious for you, for the fifth straight season live stats will be available for every match this season. Soccer fans can watch all 18 regular season games unfold through live stats as you get updates every minute on shots, saves, fouls and most importantly goals.
The Seminoles will also appear live on the Sunshine Network three times in 2004. The first game broadcast by the network that is “1st In Florida Sports” will be an Elite Eight rematch between rivals Florida State and Florida September 10. The annual grudge match features two teams that have been in three of the last six College Cups. Sunshine will also bring you live broadcasts of a key ACC match when FSU faces off with Virginia September 24 and then the regular season finale versus UCF October 28, which is senior night.
Access to Internet radio and live stats is available exclusively at your official home for Seminole soccer, www.seminoles.com. Log on and stay connected.