Sept. 14, 2007
WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross athletic director Richard M. Regan, Jr., announced today that all six of the Crusaders' 2007 season football home games will be available through live video streaming on the internet. The package, done in association with College Sports Television Online, will begin with the home opener against Harvard this Saturday.
The Harvard game will be available free of charge. Thereafter, a $9.95 monthly subscription to Crusader All-Access will be required to view the games.
"We have been contemplating this for quite some time," Regan said. "This is a good start to our live video streaming efforts, and I am excited that this will give Crusader football fans another way to follow their team this year."
The list of available football broadcasts is as follows:
September 15 - Havard (1:00 p.m.) - Free
September 22 - Georgetown (1:00 p.m.) - Crusader All-Access
September 29 - Yale (12:00 p.m.) - Crusader All-Access
October 13 - Dartmouth (1:00 p.m.) - Crusader All-Access
November 10 - Lafayette (12:00 p.m.) - Crusader All-Access
November 17 - Colgate (12:30 p.m.) - Crusader All-Access
Those wishing to watch the Holy Cross-Harvard game who do not have an existing username and password with CSTV will need to create one to access this game.
To see future games - beginning with Holy Cross' game with Georgetown on Saturday, September 22 - a subscription to Crusader All-Access will be required.