KU Women's NCAA Game To Be Carried on AT&T Jayhawk All-Access via KUathletics.com
March 14, 2012
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The radio call of the Kansas women’s basketball team’s first-round NCAA Tournament game will be carried live on AT&T Jayhawk All-Access via kuathletics.com.
Subscribers to Jayhawk All-Access can hear the Jayhawks face Nebraska Sunday, March 18 at approximately 6:50 p.m. Central time.
Kansas fans can subscribe to Jayhawk All-Access by going to www.kuathletics.com and clicking on the AT&T Jayhawk All-Access button on the right. Jayhawk All-Access subscriptions are only $9.95 per month.
Kansas Athletics is carrying more than 200 KU events during the 2011-12 academic year on Jayhawk All-Access, the eighth consecutive year that Jayhawk All-Access will broadcast Kansas Athletics events either with video, audio or both.
This year, subscribers have already watched many terrific events, such as the Legends of the Phog alumni basketball game and KU’s season-opening football victory over McNeese State. In addition to those events, fans were also able to see:
- Late Night in the Phog, the annual tipoff of basketball practice,
- KU’s two men’s basketball exhibition contests,
- Football post-game press conferences after home games,
- Football’s weekly press conferences,
- Football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball coaches’ weekly television shows,
- Home women’s basketball games,
- The Kansas Relays and much more, including postgame interviews in many of Kansas’ 18 varsity sports.
The audio of many events has also been available, including:
- The complete radio broadcasts of KU football and men’s basketball contests, including pre- and post-game shows and post-game interviews with the coaches,
- Men’s basketball coach Bill Self’s weekly press conferences,
- Weekly Hawk Talk radio shows with Turner Gill, Bill Self and women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson, and
- Rock Chalk Sports Talk, a weekly hour-long radio show highlighting Kansas Athletics.
In addition, KU fans watched home volleyball matches free of charge; baseball games will be free of charge this spring.