CoxSportsOnline.com - “live streaming” of Rhode Island high school sports, PC Friar hockey, Bryant Bulldogs and URI Rams basketball
“As the exclusive provider of live local sports coverage, we are excited to expand our coverage with more games and more ways to watch. Cox Sports Online gives fans, no matter where they live, an opportunity to watch.”
Cox Sports’ streaming coverage of New England prep school basketball is second to none, with regular contributions from New England Recruiting Report’s Adam Finkelstein. Near winter’s end CoxSportsOnline will stream as many as 10 games from the National Prep School Invitational Tournament – one of the most sought online event “tickets” for basketball fanatics. NPSI has drawn the very best basketball talent in the nation in recent years, including last year’s NBA lottery pick Nerlens Noel.
LIVE Streaming of Rhode Island High School Football
Our 2013 schedule of live streaming events will include high school football Friday nights, with #Gamenight, starting on September 13th. The games will be streamed online and also televised on OSN, channel 5, 1005HD.
As well as streaming #Gamenight football, Cox will stream the Rhode Island Interscholastic League state soccer and football championship tournaments.
LIVE Streaming of Bryant, URI Basketball and PC Hockey Action
“Once again, our partners from Cox have stepped up to help to provide a fantastic live streaming option for Rhody fans worldwide,” said Thorr Bjorn, URI’s director of athletics. “The Cox Sports Online stream will be a high-quality and professionally produced.” URI games stream “live” for a $5 charge, or as part of of a “Full-Season Pass” package.
With a new partnership with Cox Communications in 2013, the Bryant Bulldogs bring their exciting brand of basketball into the homes of viewers throughout Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut, as well as across the country.
Providence College Hockey Coach Coach Nate Leman fields a team that ranks among the Top 10 the entire country in 2013-2014! Watch the Friars battle Hockey East opponents on their way to what could actually be a national championship this season. PC hockey games stream “live” for a $5 charge, or as part of of a “Full-Season Pass” package.