Starting September 8, 2010, with soccer’s home opener against Hilbert College at 5:00 pm, the UC Sports Network will broadcast over 40 athletic events in its first year. Leading the broadcast will be Chris Schieman, who will provide play-by-play of all the UC Arrows action.
To access the live internet broadcast, simply go to www.UrsulineArrows.com/UCSportsNetwork. You will not have to download any program or sign up for any account to listen.
If you would like to interact during the broadcast and chat live with Chris Schieman and other Arrows fans – you have the option sign up for the live chat just below the UC Sports Network player.
To see which games will be broadcasted, visit the soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball schedules and click on the broadcast icon to be taken directly to the UC Sports Network page. Schedule dates, times, and broadcasts are posted for all contest under the UC Sports Network pages under the multimedia tab of UrsulineArrows.com. All game dates and times are subject to change.
About Play-by-Play Announcer Chris Schieman:
Chris is a 2006 graduate of Bowling Green State University. He has called sporting events at the NCAA Division I level, including the 2006 Women’s NCAA Tournament. He has also announced games at the high school level for radio stations in Wyoming and Canton, Ohio. He has interviewed several prominent athletes and coaches, politicians and other newsmakers.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to broadcast games for Ursuline,” said Schieman. “Broadcasting over the internet allows us to reach Ursuline friends, family and fans from all over the world. It’s a great opportunity for alumni to reconnect with the school.”
In addition to the games, at halftime there will be a spotlight on Ursuline Athletics and Academics. “The halftime show is really something different,” said Schieman. “We want to talk about all the great things happening at Ursuline College, including all the events and news from around campus. It will be much more interesting to fans than a traditional halftime show.”