Trackwrestling to Stream NCAA Division II and III Wrestling Regionals and Provide 2018 Championship Archives On-demand

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Fans can purchase the complete postseason package with live coverage and on-demand video of every regional, in addition to on-demand access to all three 2018 national championships for $39.99 at trackwrestling.com/ncaa.

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Trackwrestling, a provider of live streaming, event management and scoring services for wrestling teams, clubs and leagues, will stream live coverage from all 10 sites of the 2018 NCAA Division II and III Wrestling Championships regionals.

In addition, Trackwrestling will provide fans the opportunity for the first time to purchase on-demand video access to all matches from the NCAA Divisions I, II and III Wrestling Championships on trackwrestling.com/ncaa.

Fans can purchase the complete postseason package with live coverage and on-demand video of every regional, in addition to on-demand access to all three 2018 national championships for $39.99.

Subscriptions for individual regionals (live and on-demand video) or on-demand access to just one national championship will be available for $14.99 each.

NCAA.com will feature live coverage of the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships from Cleveland March 9-10, while ESPN will broadcast live coverage of every match of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on the WatchESPN app, with additional live coverage on ESPN and ESPNU March 15-17.

About Trackwrestling
Trackwrestling is part of SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company, and offers a variety of services for complete sports life management, including live streaming and archived video services at http://www.Trackwrestling.com. Trackwrestling is the official event management system for the National Wrestling Coaches Association and is used to manage more than 8,500 wrestling events each year. Additionally, Trackwrestling’s services are used as the official scoring systems for more than 35 state high school tournaments, the NCAA Divisions I, II and III Championships and is the official streaming partner of the United World Wrestling.

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