Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Niners basketball on national TV

There will be several opportunities to catch the Charlotte 49ers men's and women's basketball teams in action on national TV this season. Here's a look at what's already scheduled. The A-10's syndicated regional package has not been released.

Men's TV schedule
CBS College Sports Network
Sunday, Jan. 18 Charlotte at St. Joeseph's, 4 p.m.
ESPN/ESPN2
Thursday, Feb. 19 Xavier at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
ESPN2
Friday, Nov. 28 Charlotte at Anaheim Classic, TBA
Sunday, Nov. 30. Charlotte at Anaheim Classic, TBA
ESPNU
Thursday, Nov. 27 Charlotte v. Arizona St. in Anaheim Classic, 9 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 24 Charlotte at Temple, 6 p.m.


Women's TV schedule
ESPN2
Sunday, Jan. 11 Xavier at Charlotte, noon
ESPNU
Sunday, Dec. 28 Notre Dame at Charlotte, 2 p.m.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

We will have three more men's road games on MASN-TV again this year. They will also do a women's game, too.
MASN is Must See TV!

panfan1 said...

Where is the A-10 TV coverage?? This is ridiculous!! We had more coversage back in the 80s with the Sunbelt & Metro conferences. We need exposure & now!!Maybe we will get games added if we have a early terrific season. Recruiting has gone off the charts! Watch for them NINERS baby!!

Jon said...

Why doesn't Bob Johnson do something for this community and play our games on his network? Why doesn't TWC bring us these games. This is why it has been a grass roots campaign to get the FSL's sold because Charlotte's business community shows lackluster support for the Niners. Step up charlotte, bring us some televised games!!!

Anonymous said...

There are several A-10 syndicated games and three others being produced by MASN and school. Probably be the best TV coverage in last 5 years.

Anonymous said...

CBS College Sports Network will likely show games in syndication with Time Warner. Time Warner will probably produce a few games itself just as it did for the 49ers last year against Wake and Davidson. I expect to see the Clemson and Winthrop games shown locally by Time Warner or one of the other local networks. There will be more television coverage this year than there has been in the last few years.