July 31, 2007 - by
Sun Sports To Televise Seminole Soccer Games In 2007

July 31, 2007


Tallahassee, Fla. – Florida State University announced Tuesday, July 31 that four Seminole soccer games will be televised live on Sun Sports in 2007. Three of the games will be held at the Seminole Soccer Complex with all those coming against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents. The lone away match will be held in Gainesville pitting the Seminoles against their intra-state rival, the Florida Gators.

The Seminoles will kick-off their television debut on Sunday, September 9 when they travel to face Florida. Game time is slated for 1:30 pm at James G. Pressly Stadium. Last year, both squads squared-off on Sun Sports as FSU won 1-0 in front of a school-record crowd of 4,582 in Tallahassee.

The three remaining broadcasts will occur at the Seminole Soccer Complex with the first game shown on Sunday, September 30 as Florida State welcomes NC State to Tallahassee for a 1:00 pm kickoff. The Seminoles showdown against Boston College on Sunday, October 14 as well as with Miami on Sunday, October 21 will all be shown live on Sun Sports. Times for both games against the Eagles and Hurricanes are set for 1:00 pm.

The Miami game will also be `Senior Day’ at the complex as Florida State will honor its 2007 senior class before the final home game of the regular season.

Both games against Boston College and Miami will be shown statewide on Sun Sports, while the games against Florida and NC State will be shown in the North and Central Florida markets only.

Sun Sports can be found in Tallahassee on Comcast channel 28 and nationally on DirecTV channel 632.

The Florida State soccer team will get its first live action of the 2007 season in an exhibition game at Jacksonville University on Friday, August 24 before kicking off the ’07 regular season schedule on the road at Portland on Saturday, September 1.

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