Candelas, Adams And Anderson Headline Inaugural CSTV Volleyball All-America Team
Dec. 29, 2003
Bibiana Candelas, Emily Adams and Toni Anderson of the 2003 national champion USC women's volleyball headline the inaugural CSTV Volleyball All-America team, announced last night within the CSTV Primetime live studio show originating from the CSTV Fieldhouse in New York. The CSTV All-America team was selected by the CSTV and CSTV.com editorial staff.
CSTV, the first 24-hour college sports network, is available to more than 15 million homes nationally on cable and satellite. The network is available on Adelphia and Insight cable systems, among others, and is also available on DirecTV (channel 610). For information on CSTV availability in particular markets, consumers can log on to www.cstv.com or call their cable or satellite operator.
|2003 CSTV Volleyball All-America Team:|
|Kele Eveland, Georgia Tech, Setter, Senior|
|Toni Anderson, USC, Setter, Senior|
|Kim Willoughby, Hawaii, Outside Hitter, Senior|
|Aury Cruz, Florida, Outside Hitter, Senior|
|Bibiana Candelas, USC, Middle Blocker, Sophomore|
|Emily Adams, USC, Middle Blocker, Junior|
|Paula Gentil, Minnesota, Libero, Sophomore|
CSTV Sunday Night Spikes, the first nationally televised college volleyball game-of-the-week package, featured 16 teams that eventually competed in the 2003 NCAA Women's Division I Championship, including finalist Florida and semifinalist Hawaii. College Sports Television also televised the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and the NCAA Regional match pitting Nebraska against UCLA.
CSTV: College Sports Television televises regular season and championship event coverage in football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer, volleyball, lacrosse and other sports from the ACC, Atlantic 10, Big East, Big Sky, Big Ten, Big 12, Big West and Conference USA, as well as the Horizon League, Ivy League, Missouri Valley, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC and West Coast Conferences. CSTV also has programming agreements with the NCAA, U.S. Olympic Committee and NAIA. The network presents NCAA postseason action in baseball, lacrosse, women's ice hockey, field hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's water polo, gymnastics and track & field. For more information on CSTV, log on to www.cstv.com.
College Sports Television was co-founded by President/CEO Brian Bedol, Chairman Stephen Greenberg and Executive Vice President Chris Bevilacqua. Bedol and Greenberg co-founded Classic Sports Network, which they sold to ESPN and which is now ESPN Classic. Bevilacqua is a former senior executive with Nike Inc., where he headed the company's successful foray into the college market. For more information on College Sports Television, log on to www.cstv.com.
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