BTN Communications, December 3, 2014

PSU host NCAA trophy vs WISC


With six Big Ten volleyball teams selected to the 2014 NCAA Volleyball Tournament, BTN2Go will provide live coverage of four First Round matches, and live coverage of Second Round matches if Wisconsin, Penn State, Illinois and/or Nebraska advance.

The Big Ten looks to build on last year?s record-setting success. Last season, Penn State defeated Wisconsin in the national championship to win its fifth national title in the past seven years. With the Nittany Lions and Badgers both in the championship match, it marked the first time two Big Ten teams battled for the national crown.

The complimentary live streaming coverage on BTN2Go will not require cable/satellite authentication or a subscription.

Below is the schedule, complete with direct links to the event page on BTN2Go.


Date Time Matchup BTN2Go Link
Thursday, Dec. 4 8:30 PM ET Wisconsin vs. Western Michigan Watch Here
Friday, Dec. 5 7:30 PM ET Penn State vs. Siena Watch Here
Friday, Dec. 5 8 PM ET Illinois vs. Murray State Watch Here
Friday, Dec. 5 8 PM ET Nebraska vs. Hofstra Watch Here


(All Second Round matches are dependent on the Big Ten team listed advancing)

Date Time Matchup BTN2Go Link
Friday, Dec. 5 8 PM ET Wisconsin vs. Marquette/Illinois State Watch Here
Saturday, Dec. 6 7:30 PM ET Penn State vs. American/Dayton Watch Here
Saturday, Dec. 6 8 PM ET Illinois vs. W. Kentucky/Iowa State Watch Here
Saturday, Dec. 6 8 PM ET Nebraska vs. Kansas State/Utah Watch Here


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