August 14, 2014

NCAA and StatBroadcast extend agreement for 2014-15 NCAA Championships and 2015 Men's Final Four

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. -- StatBroadcast Systems and the NCAA agreed today to extend their agreement for a fifth year for the NCAA Media Stats web portal throughout the 2014-15 academic year. The web app utilizes the StatBroadcast StatMonitr media stats system at NCAA Championships to provide real-time statistical data to media and staff covering the events.

Under the terms of the agreement, StatBroadcast will again provide feeds for every game of the 2014 FCS Football Tournament, the 2015 Division-I Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments, the 2015 Division-I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament, the 2015 Division-I Baseball Tournament and the 2015 Division-I Softball Tournament; StatBroadcast will also provide feeds for the semifinal and championship rounds of Division-I men's and women's soccer, men's and women's volleyball, men's and women's lacrosse, the 2014 Preseason NIT, the 2015 Postseason NIT, the 2015 Division-II men's and women's basketball Elite Eight and the D-II and D-III Football Championship Games. Additionally, StatBroadcast will be on-site to provide hardware and technical support at the 2015 Men's Final Four for the fifth consecutive year.

StatBroadcast currently partners with more than 190 NCAA member institutions across all three divisions and more than 25 athletic conferences to provide real-time statistical data from NCAA-sponsored athletic events.

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