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Merrimack Sports Network Unveils Winter Schedule

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. – As the calendar turns to November and with the winter months upon us, the Merrimack Sports Network has finalized its streaming slate for the winter season and is pleased to unveil the 2014-15 Winter Webcast Schedule.

With nearly 40 webcasts already in the books this year, the department has added another 32 events to the docket, including FREE streaming of every men’s and women’s basketball regular-season and postseason home game.

Six more men’s ice hockey home contests have been added to the winter webcast slate as well and can be viewed at the pay-per-view rate of $9.95 per event; fans may also purchase a Warrior Hockey all-access pass for $99.95, which additionally offers access to webcast archives of EVERY athletic team!

Part of the Athletic Department’s ongoing mission to excel in the realm of new media and enhance and expand its broadcasting presence, the Merrimack Sports Network will stream FREE broadcast coverage of Warrior men’s and women’s basketball; men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, football, field hockey and volleyball.

All home games for the aforementioned sports can be seen live and FREE OF CHARGE by heading online to MerrimackAthletics.TV.

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