Friartown is back in action on YurView. And now that action includes select Men’s Basketball and Hockey games.
YurView will televise four men’s basketball and 11 men’s hockey games during the 2017-18 season on Cox cable channels 4 and 1004 (HD).
“We appreciate the exposure for our athletic teams having our games broadcasted on YurView,” Providence College Athletics Director Bob Driscoll said. “Our fans throughout Rhode Island have the opportunity to see Friar athletics at home via YurView.”
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YurView kicks off its coverage of Providence College men’s basketball with the season-opener against Houston Baptist on Nov. 10 live from Alumni Hall on the PC campus. The Friars will appear on YurView on three other occasions – vs. Rider (Nov. 29), at St. John’s (Dec. 28), and vs. DePaul (Feb. 10). Games versus Seton Hall (Feb. 21) and St. John’s (Mar. 3) could be added later in the season.
The Providence College men’s hockey team will be featured 11 times from Schneider Arena on YurView this winter, kicking off against Hockey East rivals Boston College (Oct. 27) and Boston University (Oct. 28). First half coverage continues against UMass (Nov. 11), Merrimack (Nov. 17), New Hampshire (Dec. 1), and RIT (Dec. 8). The Friars will have five second half home games on YurView during the playoff push, starting with the 32nd Annual Mayor’s Cup against cross-city rival Brown (Jan. 3). YurView’s men’s hockey coverage concludes with contests against UConn (Jan. 20), Northeastern (Jan. 27), Maine (Feb. 10), and UMass Lowell (Feb. 16).
“We know how dedicated Friar fans are and we’re glad we can bring Friartown into their living rooms with Friar basketball and hockey games on YurView all season long,” said John Parris, YurView’s Director of Content. “Plus, the exclusive content on YurView.com helps fans keep up with Providence College Athletics at any time.”
YurView has also broadcasted Providence College men’s and women’s soccer games this fall and will continue its coverage with select field hockey, women’s basketball, and women’s hockey games. Information on those games can be found here.