May 14, 2014
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- With the launch of the SEC Network on August 14, the Southeastern Conference volleyball programs will have unprecedented national television coverage.
The new 24/7 sports network operated by ESPN will air 40 live women's volleyball matches in its debut year. ESPNU will broadcast an additional 10 volleyball matches.
Tennessee will be featured on the SEC Network a total of three times, while ESPNU will televise to Lady Vol matches.
"We are very excited about the SEC network especially since the network reaches across the nation into everyone's homes," said head coach Rob Patrick. "We are excited to have our fans across the nation be able to watch us play and since we recruit nationally, it is a great way for the families of our players to be able to watch out team and their daughters play on a weekly basis.
In addition to the increase of volleyball coverage, the SEC Network and ESPNU will broadcast 30 soccer games. The 2014 league volleyball and soccer matchups will increase from a total of 14 events in 2013 to 80 events this year.
An additional slate of games, to be announced at a later date, will be carried on the SEC Network's digital platforms. All SEC Network and ESPNU games will be available on WatchESPN.
To see a complete schedule of SEC Network and ESPNU's volleyball and soccer coverage, visit SECDigitalNetwork.com.
2014 SEC VOLLEYBALL TELEVISION SCHEDULE
|Sun., Sept. 28||Tennessee at Missouri||Noon ET|
|Sun., Oct. 19||Tennessee at Georgia||Noon ET|
|Sun., Nov. 2||Florida at Tennessee||Noon ET|
|Wed., Oct. 29||Tennessee at Kentucky||8 p.m. ET|
|Wed., Nov. 19||South Carolina at Tennessee||6 p.m. ET|