RMAC Shootout Semifinals available over internet
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The semi-finals of the 2007 RMAC SHOOTOUT, men's and women's basketball tournaments, will be available live via webcast for the first time ever, RMAC officials announced late Thursday. The cost is $5.50 per game, or fans can purchase a tournament pass (both men's or women's games) for $9.95, or you can see all four games for $14.95. To purchase single game tickets, go to http://www.pennatlantic.com/main.php?module=event-results&conferenceId=53&searchIt=1. To purhase tournament passes, go to http://www.pennatlantic.com/main.php?module=subscription-results&conf=rmac.
"This is very exciting for the RMAC," said Commissioner Joel R. Smith. "With the development of broadband technology, we hope this will showcase our student-athletes and teams, so that anyone, anywhere in the world can see them perform live through their computer."
Games can be ordered while they are in progress, or ahead of time. To order games, viewers will need to create an account with www.pennatlantic.com. Viewers will also need Windows Media Player or other player capable of playing streaming windows video and a high speed DSL or cable internet connection.
As always, audio coverage of Adams State College's 6 p.m. game against Nebraska-Kearney can be heard via KSPK-FM (103.5 in Alamosa) and via the internet at www.kspk.com.
Schedule for semi-finals games, March 3, 2007
(all times Mountain Standard Time)
Noon: #1 Regis vs. #4 Nebraska-Kearney (women's semi-final game #1)
2 PM: #1 Metro State vs. #4 Fort Lewis (men's semi-final game #1)
4 PM: #2 CSU-Pueblo vs. #3 Metro State (women's semi-final game #2)
6 PM: #2 Adams State vs. #3 Nebraska-Kearney (men's semi-final game #2)
The championships of the RMAC SHOOTOUT on Sunday, March 4, will be carried live by Altitude Sports & Entertainment on Sunday, March 4th.
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