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NCAA.com | May 11, 2015

NCAA.com to provide live video for champs

NCAA.com, managed by Turner Sports, will provide fans with direct access to more than 300 hours of live streaming coverage of the 2015 NCAA Spring Championship spanning more than 150 events. The extensive live digital coverage, presented by Buick and Northwestern Mutual, will begin Wednesday, May 13, with the NCAA Division II Men's & Women's Tennis Finals from Surprise, Arizona, and will continue through May 31.

A total of 28 championships will stream live exclusively on NCAA.com and the NCAA Sports App, highlighted by live coverage from Division I, II and III men’s and women’s sports including baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, golf, track and field and rowing.

Additionally, NCAA.com will serve as the official online destination for fans seeking up-to-date news, highlights and more with coverage including: 

• Official Tournament Brackets providing quick links to all relevant information for each event
• Extensive video highlights, coach and student-athlete interviews and behind-the scenes features
• The latest scores, stats and schedules from each championship
• Comprehensive editorial coverage from the NCAA.com editorial team including championship previews, on-site student-athlete and team features, exclusive post-title game photo galleries and recaps from all the championship action

The NCAA Sports app available via the App Store and Google Play will also provide live video streaming of the NCAA Spring Championships as well as news, scores and on-demand championship video highlights.

NCAA corporate partners Buick and Northwestern Mutual sponsor the NCAA app on both the iPhone and Android devices and live streaming for the spring championships across NCAA.com.

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