Since 2007, CSI SportsNet has been covering CSI sports live via webcast, and the 2011-12 season sees plenty of action in store with three sports receiving exclusive coverage beginning this fall. Women’s and Men’s Soccer along with Women’s Volleyball will highlight a comprehensive fall lineup, which tentatively features over 35 broadcasts. CSI SportsNet anchor Michael Baybusky will be the voice throughout the fall, joined by CSI SportsNet voices Herschel Jenkins, Ednita Lorenzo, Matthew Braine, David Pizzuto, Sal Caruso, and Kellie Carnevale.
Games that are covered by CSI SportsNet are broadcast LIVE at this address: www.csidolphins.com/livegames.asx, or by clicking here. A full schedule of CSI SportsNet broadcasts are available on the lower right hand corner tab of the CSI Athletics Homepage, or by clicking here. Coverage of CSI events will begin right out of the gate with opening day on Thursday, September 1. Both the Women’s and Men’s Soccer teams will face NYU-Polytechnic at the CSI Soccer Complex and CSI SportsNet will get you started at 2:45pm with the women’s pre-game show.
The lineup will feature a plethora of highlighted contests along the way that will bring Dolphins fans up close for all the action both at home and when CSI takes to the road. The CSI Women’s Soccer squad will try to avenge their CUNYAC Championship loss to Medgar Evers College with a pair of games on CSI SportsNet (@ MEC 10/8, @ CSI 10/22), and you catch the Dolphins playing first-year CUNYAC program York College on October 11. CSI Men’s Soccer will look to shake off a CUNYAC Quarterfinal loss to Lehman College when they take on the Lightning in a game broadcast on CSI SportsNet on September 28. CSI Women’s Volleyball will have a host of games broadcast, including an October 1 match against the Culinary Institute of the Arts at 12 Noon as part of CSI Homecoming.
CSI SportsNet will also follow CSI teams when they enter the postseason beginning in late October and bleeding into early-November. With no rest for the weary, SportsNet will pick up action in the winter with men’s and women’s basketball before finalizing with men’s baseball and women’s softball this spring.