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SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – A total of 19 events between men’s & women’s soccer and volleyball highlight the Pirate Sports Network (PSN) fall 2015 broadcasting schedule, Seton Hall Athletics announced Monday.
In its fourth season, the Pirate Sports Network is a subscription based service providing a high definition broadcast of live Seton Hall Athletics events on SHUPirates.com, the school’s official athletics website.
The 2015-16 year of home matches begins with a huge slate, and the Pirate Sports Network will carry all three contests on Friday, Sept. 4 with a special tripleheader. At 4 p.m., women’s soccer will face off with Duquesne before the men’s soccer team takes on Rider.
While action will still be going on at Owen T. Carroll Field, the PSN will also broadcast the volleyball team’s home opener against former BIG EAST foe Notre Dame at 7 p.m. The jam-packed opening weekend on the PSN continues on Saturday, Sept. 5 when volleyball welcomes in Hofstra and Temple to complete play in the Seton Hall Classic.
As a special incentive for Pirates fans, the Pirate Sports Network will be offering a “Hall Pass,” which will give everyone all five opening weekend games for FREE.
Other highlighted games include a primetime coaching battle between Seton Hall alums Gerson Echeverry and Delaware head coach Ian Hennessy when men’s soccer hosts the Blue Hens on Wednesday, Sept. 9. The PSN will also cover men’s soccer’s BIG EAST opener when the Pirates host nationally ranked Creighton on Sat., Sept. 26 at 1 p.m.
The PSN will stream all but one home volleyball match, with coverage of BIG EAST play starting Friday, Oct. 2 when the Pirates play host to DePaul. A Halloween showdown at Historic Walsh Gymnasium with reigning conference champion Creighton also highlights the PSN slate.
Home events not produced by the PSN this fall will be available on the BIG EAST Digital Network through FOX Sports GO. Click here for the full Seton Hall on BEDN fall schedule.
Providing a high definition broadcast service to Pirates fans, the PSN is powered by a Tricaster 855 Extreme, which allows viewers to see multiple camera angles and enhanced graphics. PSN broadcasting personalities Jon Schaeffer, David Gass, and John Fanta are back calling the action, and fans will be introduced to new broadcasters throughout the year. Go to SHUPirates.com/AllAccess for all game broadcast info, interviews, and exclusive features on The Hall.
To purchase a subscription for the entire year of Seton Hall Athletics, click here now for more information. A one-year subscription to receive all content on the PSN is a flat rate of $99.95, and a monthly subscription costs $9.95. In addition to fall sports, the PSN will broadcast live home events involving women’s basketball, swimming & diving, baseball and softball and will offer a live radio broadcast of men’s basketball games.