All Soccer Matches Available on Radio; 4 Home Matches on TV

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The inaugural season of K-State soccer, beginning tonight, will be available on a number of platforms this season, including becoming just the second Big 12 soccer program to have live radio broadcasts for all matches.

In addition, the Wildcats will have a nationally broadcast match on FOX College Sports Atlantic, two matches on COX Channel Kansas and produced by K-StateHD.TV and one match exclusively on K-StateHD.TV.

K-State’s inaugural home match against Northern Iowa on Friday, September 16, at 7 p.m., will be broadcast by FOX College Sports Atlantic. Please check with your cable or satellite provider for availability in your area.

The Wildcats will also play three games on COX Channel Kansas and produced by K-StateHD.TV. The games are: Friday, September 23, at 7 p.m., against Oral Roberts and Friday September 30 at 7 p.m., against UMKC. The games will also be available to K-StateHD.TV subscribers. Brian Smoller and Oscar Montenegro will handle the broadcast from the K-State Soccer Complex.

K-State will also play one game exclusively on K-StateHD.TV, on Sunday, September 25, at 1 p.m., against South Dakota. To subscribe to the service or learn more about K-StateHD.TV, visit www.k-statehd.tv. The subscription service powered by SportsLabs is available for $9.95 per month or $99.95 annually.

In addition to K-State’s four home matches, two road matches will also be available to watch. The Wildcats’ third match of the season, at Oakland on Friday, August 26 at 6 p.m., will be available on ESPN3. K-State’s match at future Big 12 opponent Texas on Friday, October 7 at 7 p.m., will be broadcast on the Longhorn Network.

A live audio broadcast for all matches this season, both home and away, will be available on 101.5 KROCK in Manhattan and for free at www.kstatesports.com. The “Voice of K-State Soccer” will be Mitch Fortner. K-State will join Kansas as the only members of the Big 12 to provide a live radio broadcast of all soccer matches.

Head coach Mike Dibbini enters the program’s first season with 36 players on the roster, led by team captains: redshirt sophomore Kim Braddock (forward/midfielder), junior Miranda Larkin (goalkeeper) and redshirt sophomore Haley Sutter (defender).

K-State officially begins its inaugural season tonight at Saint Louis at 7 p.m. Listen live to the match on 101.5 KROCK in Manhattan or at www.kstatesports.com for free. A free live stream of the match is also available at www.kstatesports.com.