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NCAA.com | June 12, 2014

SiriusXM to offer live coverage of 2014 College World Series

NEW YORK -- SiriusXM will offer listeners nationwide live coverage of the 2014 NCAA Men’s College World Series starting Saturday through the CWS Finals on June 23-25.

SiriusXM listeners can hear every game live from TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. Live play-by-play of every matchup will be available to subscribers on SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91, on satellite radios, on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App and online at SiriusXM.com.

The College World Series features the eight Super Regional Champions – UC Irvine, Louisville, Ole Miss, Texas, TCU, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt and Virginia. The teams compete in a double elimination format with the two finalists facing off in a best-of-three championship finals June 23-25 that determines college baseball’s national champion.

In addition to the live play-by-play, SiriusXM College Sports Nation (Channel 91) will offer listeners postgame coverage every night of the College World Series, hosted by college baseball experts Chris Childers, Mike Ferrin and Braden Gall.

College World Series play-by-play broadcasts are provided to SiriusXM by WestwoodOne.

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Division I
Baseball Championship
June 17 - 26/27, 2022
TD Ameritrade Park | Omaha, NE

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