Live Video Feed Available for Men's Hoops Against Boston University
March 16, 2010
CORVALLIS, Ore. - The Oregon State athletic department announced on Tuesday that the men’s basketball game against Boston University on Wednesday, March 17, in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational will have a live video feed available on Beaver Nation Online, the official online video and audio source for OSU Athletics.
A monthly fee of $9.95 is charged for the service and allows live video access to the Oregon State – Boston University contest and gets subscribers all content on Beaver Nation Online, including exclusive Oregon State video and audio.
A yearly subscription is also available for $79.95, saving those who sign up for this option more than $40 than if they renewed a subscription every month. The yearly subscription would include all 34 home baseball games this season. Games at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field can be watched via a live stream that will utilize four cameras and the same audio that is broadcast on the airwaves.
In addition, tickets for the first round of the CBI are still available and can be purchased for $25 for a chairback and $15 for a bench seat. Students will be admitted to the contest for free and fans can pick up will call tickets at the Oregon State ticket office during the day on Wednesday.
To order tickets, purchase in person at the Oregon State ticket office or by calling 1-800-GO-BEAVS. Fans can also order online at the official website of Oregon State athletics, www.osubeavers.com.
Oregon State enters postseason play with a record of 14-17 on the year after finishing Pac-10 Conference play in a fifth-place tie with an 8-10 mark. The postseason appearance will be the 22nd in school history as the Beavers captured the 2009 CBI title with a best-of-three series win over UTEP.
Boston University, which fell to Vermont in the American East Conference title game, enters with a 19-13 mark as the Terriers feature four players averaging in double figures, led by junior John Holland at 19.0 points per game.
The winner of the Oregon State – Boston University contest will advance to play the winner of Morehead State and Colorado State on Monday, March 22, at a time and site to be determined.