Colorado Springs, Colo. (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
The NJCAA is pleased to announce that throughout the month of November fans of NJCAA men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball will be able to watch action from each championship tournament LIVE on NJCAA TV, powered by iHigh.com (http://www.njcaatv.ihigh.com).
Broadcasts of select games from each event will be possible through the cooperation and hard work of each tournament host and their volunteer staff. The NJCAA would like to thank everyone involved at these championship tournaments for their efforts in helping showcase the highly talented teams, student-athletes and coaches of the NJCAA to a worldwide audience.
“The NJCAA will continue to use existing technology to promote our student-athletes,” said NJCAA Executive Director Mary Ellen Leicht. “I am confident that through NJCAA TV and our partnership with iHigh.com that the NJCAA will be able to showcase a large number of its student-athletes, coaches and member colleges to a worldwide audience.”
NJCAA TV was first launched in 2009 on the NJCAA website through a partnership with Panhandle Sports Broadcasting and provided live streaming of 12 NJCAA championship events from 2009-11. In August of 2011, NJCAA TV moved to the iHigh.com platform with the goal of expanding live coverage of NJCAA championship events. The move to the iHigh.com network has helped NJCAA TV expand its coverage of championship events and also provided NJCAA member colleges immediate access to iHigh’s robust platform and video streaming capabilities for their regular season events on the NJCAA TV network.
Information on each tournament’s live video streaming, including direct links, is below.
NJCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship
Nov. 3-6; on the campus of Tompkins Cortland CC in Dryden N.Y.
Live video streaming of the 5th place, 3rd place and Championship Game on Nov. 6 on NJCAA TV.
NJCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Championship
Nov. 10-13; on the campus of Herkimer County CC in Herkimer, N.Y.
Live video streaming from this event will be on NJCAA TV.
NJCAA Division III Volleyball Championship
Nov. 11-12; on the campus of Rochester CTC in Rochester, Minn.
Live video streaming of the championship round on Nov. 12 on NJCAA TV.
NJCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship
Nov. 17-20; hosted by Paradise Valley CC in Phoenix, Ariz.
All contests will be video streamed live on NJCAA TV.
NJCAA Division I Volleyball Championship
Nov. 17-19; on the campus of Missouri State Univ. – West Plains
All matches of the tournament will be video streamed on NJCAA TV as well as http://www.psblive.com
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ABOUT the NJCAA
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) is the governing body of two-year college athletics, offering athletic and academic opportunities to college students. It is the second largest national intercollegiate athletic organization in the United States with over 500 member schools in 43 states. Each year approximately 60,000 student-athletes compete in one of 28 different sports and the organization sponsors 48 national championship events and nine football bowl games. For more visit http://www.njcaa.org.