FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, November 10th, 2016
CSN MID-ATLANTIC ANNOUNCES 133-GAME NCAA BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
2016-17 COLLEGE HOOPS PACKAGE FEATURES 87 MEN’S AND 46 WOMEN’S GAMES FROM NATION’S BEST CONFERENCES, INCLUDING ACC, CAA AND A-10
COVERAGE INCLUDES AT LEAST 64 APPEARANCES BY REGION’S TOP PROGRAMS
Bethesda, Md. (Nov. 10, 2016) – CSN Mid-Atlantic has announced its 133-game college basketball schedule for the 2016-17 season, which features 87 men’s and 46 women’s games from the nation’s top conferences, including the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) and Atlantic 10 (A-10).
CSN’s men’s schedule – which tips off Nov. 11 – includes at least 66 appearances by 15 of the region’s top programs. Set to make multiple appearances this season are Richmond, Towson, American University, George Washington, Virginia Tech, William & Mary, George Mason, Virginia, VCU, James Madison and Radford
CSN, the region’s official network of the ACC, will present 43 men’s games featuring conference teams this season. Virginia Tech is scheduled for four games and Virginia set to make three appearances. During the season, all 15 ACC teams will appear on CSN.
As the official network of the CAA, CSN will present 18 men’s conference games this season. Towson and William & Mary are set to make five appearances, with James Madison scheduled for two. CSN’s CAA men’s coverage will also include six conference tournament quarterfinal and semifinal games in March.
CSN’s men’s schedule will also feature several games from top regional programs from other conferences, highlighted by 19 combined appearances by the A-10 programs Richmond (8), George Washington (4), VCU (4) and George Mason (3).
The Patriot League’s American University is scheduled four times on CSN. Radford (2), Liberty, Old Dominion, Loyola (Maryland) and UMBC will also make CSN appearances this season.
CSN’s 46-game women’s college basketball schedule, which opens Nov. 16, includes 36 games from the ACC. Virginia is scheduled to make six appearances with Virginia Tech set for two games. CSN’s ACC coverage will also include 11 conference tournament games.
The CAA women’s basketball schedule on CSN includes coverage of James Madison (2) and William & Mary. CSN will televise six CAA women’s games overall, including the conference tournament semifinals and championship.
A-10 women’s teams featured this season include Richmond (2), George Mason (2) and George Washington. Overall, the region’s top women’s programs will make at least 16 appearances this season.
Please see the below for CSN’s 2016-17 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball schedules.
|Nov. 11||Georgia at Clemson*||11 p.m.||CSN|
|Nov. 12||Grand Canyon at Duke||5:30 p.m.||CSN|
|Nov. 14||William & Mary at Louisville||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Nov. 14||Old Dominion at Richmond||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Nov. 15||VCU at Liberty||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Nov. 20||Robert Morris at Richmond||1:30 p.m.||CSN+|
|Nov. 22||Hampton at Richmond||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Nov. 22||Grambling State at Virginia||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Nov. 22||Wagner at American||7:30 p.m.||CSN+|
|Nov. 26||Appalachian State at Duke||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 3||Boston University at NC State||4:30 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 4||Radford at North Carolina||2 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 6||East Carolina at Virginia||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 7||Southern Illinois at Louisville||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 10||Boston University at Syracuse||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 10||Texas Southern at Louisville||2 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 10||Youngstown State at American||2 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 10||Tennessee State at NC State||4 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 10||UMBC at Richmond||6 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 17||Eastern Kentucky at Louisville||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Dec. 17||Middle Tennessee State at VCU||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 21||St. John’s at Syracuse||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 27||Cornell at Syracuse||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 31||Clemson at Wake Forest||12 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 31||Richmond at Davidson||2 p.m.||CSN+|
|Dec. 31||NC State at Miami||4:30 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 3||Boston College at Wake Forest*||TBD||CSN|
|Jan. 4||VCU at Duquesne||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 4||Miami at Syracuse||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 4||Virginia at Pittsburgh||9 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 7||East Carolina at Temple||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 7||Boston College at Duke||2 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 10||George Mason at Saint Joseph’s||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 11||Pittsburgh at Louisville||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 11||NC State at Boston College||9 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 12||Clemson at Georgia Tech||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 14||Miami at Pittsburgh||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 14||Northeastern at Towson||2 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 14||Army at American||2 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 14||Boston College at Syracuse||4 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 18||Notre Dame at Florida State||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 18||Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech||9 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 21||High Point at Radford||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 21||Towson at Delaware||2 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 21||Drexel at UNC Wilmington||4 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 22||George Mason at Richmond||1 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 25||George Washington at George Mason||7 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 25||Florida State at Georgia Tech||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 25||Boston College at Miami||9 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 28||Clemson at Pittsburgh||12 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 28||College of Charleston at Drexel||2 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 28||Saint Louis at George Washington||4 p.m.||CSN+|
|Jan. 28||UNC-Wilmington at William & Mary||4 p.m.||CSN|
|Jan. 28||Duquesne at Richmond||6 p.m.||CSN|
|Feb. 1||Georgia Tech at Clemson||7 p.m.||CSN|
|Feb. 4||Lehigh at American||1 p.m.||CSN+|
|Feb. 4||Georgia Tech at Wake Forest||3 p.m.||CSN+|
|Feb. 4||William & Mary at Towson||4 p.m.||CSN|
CSN Mid-Atlantic, part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, is the official sports network of the NHL’s Washington Capitals, NBA’s Washington Wizards, NFL’s Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens, ACC and CAA. CSN Mid-Atlantic – the leading multiplatform sports media organization serving the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia – delivers more than 400 live events per year, along with Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and entertainment programming, to more than 4.5 million homes. CSN Mid-Atlantic’s digital portfolio, highlighted by CSNmidatlantic.com, is the region’s top source for written, video and interactive sports content.