March 16, 2012
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Wildcat fans will have numerous options and platforms to follow K-State's NCAA Women's first-round matchup Saturday morning with Princeton, highlighted by an ESPN2 national television broadcast.
K-State will tip-off its 13th NCAA Tournament appearance at 10:20 a.m. (CT), in Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. Fans wishing to listen to the game against Princeton will need to tune into the following stations: KBLS FM 102.5 (North Fort Riley), KTOP AM 1490 (Topeka) and 1350 KMAN (Manhattan). The game will also be available for free at kstatesports.com.
The game will also be available on ESPN2 and ESPN3.com or the WatchESPN application on their cell phone or mobile device. Cable and satellite subscribers within the state of Kansas will be able to view the game in its entirety. Fans living outside of the state of Kansas who wish to view the K-State game, will need to contact their cable or satellite provider for availability in their area.
Fans may also follow the live stats at ncaa.com or receive updates on Twitter at the official K-State athletics accounts (@kstatesports and @kstate_gameday).