Nine William and Mary football games to be televised in 2015

wm-logoWilliam and Mary football fans unable to make it to games this season will have multiple opportunities to follow the team on television, as nine of the Tribe’s contests will be broadcast live.

Additionally, W&M’s two non-televised games will be streamed online live in HD at TribeAthletics.com.

Highlighting the Tribe’s slate of broadcast games is a pair of nationally televised matchups on NBC Sports Network – at Delaware (Oct. 3) and vs. James Madison (Oct. 31).

W&M’s regionally televised games on NBC Sports Regional Networks (Comcast SportsNet) include home games against Stony Brook (Sept. 26) and New Hampshire (Oct. 17), as well as road games at Villanova (Oct. 10), Elon (Nov. 7) and Richmond (Nov. 21). However, the UR broadcast is still tentative, as CSN will decide between the long-standing rivalry and the Villanova-James Madison contest no later than two weeks in advance.

Additional televised games include road matchups at Lafayette (Sept. 5 – LSN TV RCN 4/8 WPBH 60) and Virginia (Sept. 19 – ESPN3).

W&M’s two non-televised games – Hampton (Oct. 24) and Towson (Nov. 14) will be streamed online live in HD for free at TribeAthletics.com.

Audio broadcasts of all W&M’s games will also be available on 92.3 FM The Tide and 107.9 Bach FM, as well as online at TribeAthletics.com.

 

2015 W&M Football Televised Games

Sept. 5 – at Lafayette (LSN TV RCN 4/8 WPBH 60)

Sept. 19 – at Virginia (ESPN3)

Sept. 26 – Stony Brook (CSN)

Oct. 3 – at Delaware (NBCSN)

Oct. 10 – at Villanova (CSN)

Oct. 17 – New Hampshire (CSN)

Oct. 31 – James Madison (NBCSN)

Nov. 7 – at Elon (CSN)

Nov. 21 – at Richmond (CSN)*

*CSN will televise either the W&M-UR game or the Villanova-JMU game; a decision will be made no later than two weeks in advance
NBCSN – NBC Sports Network
CSN – NBC Sports Regional Networks/Comcast SportsNet



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