SF State Basketball’s Jan. 26 Game Selected for NCAA Showcase Doubleheader on ESPN3

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INDIANAPOLIS — NCAA Division II announced 24 regular-season men’s and women’s basketball games that will be highlighted in January and February on ESPN3 or NCAA social media as part of a new media agreement intended to promote the division on several platforms throughout the academic year. An additional four flex doubleheaders will be finalized in February, and the games are expected to highlight premier and pivotal matchups toward the end of the season.”We are excited for the second half of the basketball season and look forward to featuring the accomplishments of Division II basketball student-athletes on ESPN3 and in the division’s hybrid model,” said Terri Steeb Gronau, vice president of Division II. “Fans will continue to watch talented student-athletes who make a difference in the classroom and in their communities.”The new media agreement features two distribution models for basketball and football. For basketball, 18 games will stream exclusively on ESPN3, available on the ESPN app. For the second-consecutive season, the CCAA will be featured on ESPN3, as Cal Poly Pomona hosts San Francisco State for a basketball doubleheader on Saturday, Jan. 26. The women are set to tipoff at 1:05 p.m. followed by the men at 3:05 p.m.”San Francisco State Athletics is very honored to be a part of this showcase,” added Director of Athletics Stephanie Shrieve-Hawkins. “Both teams are playing extremely well, and should represent our CCAA conference and NCAA Division II basketball proudly!”ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multiscreen sports network, a destination that delivers thousands of exclusive sports events annually. It is accessible on the ESPN app across mobile and TV-connected devices to fans who receive their high-speed internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider. ESPN3 also is available at no cost to U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers, smartphones and tablets connected to on-campus educational and on-base …

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