Sept. 1, 2005
WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross Director of Athletics Richard M. Regan, Jr. announced today that the College has agreed with WTAG AM 580 to increase the number of Crusader sports broadcasts this year.
"We are very pleased to not only continue our relationship with WTAG, but to expand upon it," said Holy Cross Athletic Director Richard M. Regan, Jr. "By adding a number of games to our broadcast package this year, we will be able to better serve our fans and alumni by enabling them to follow the Crusaders on the radio and internet."
This will be the sixth consecutive year that Holy Cross football and men's and women's basketball will be broadcast on WTAG. As in the past, every Crusader football game will be broadcast on by the station. The number of men's and women's basketball games, however, will approach 50 this year thanks to the expanded agreement.
In addition to Holy Cross athletics, WTAG is the Central Massachusetts home of Boston Red Sox baseball, Sunday and Monday night NFL Football, the NFL Playoffs and the Super Bowl.
All games broadcast on WTAG will also be available free of charge on the internet, through sportsjuice.com, the College's webcast provider.
To view the 2005-2006 Holy Cross broadcast schedule, click here.