NCAA.com Provides Exclusive Live Streaming of NCAA Fall Championships

NCAA.com and its free NCAASports app, both managed by Turner Sports, is providing exclusive live video streaming coverage of the 2014 NCAA fall championships. A total of 16 championships will be streamed live on NCAA.com including Division I, II and III field hockey; Division I, II and III cross country; Division II and III men’s and women’s soccer, Division II and III women’s volleyball; and National Collegiate men’s water polo.

NCAAcomLive coverage began Nov. 21 with the Division III Women’s Volleyball Quarterfinals from Newport News, Va., and continues through December 7 with the National Collegiate Men’s Water Polo Championship from La Jolla, Calif.

In addition to the live streaming coverage, NCAA.com will continue to be the official online and mobile destination for all the latest news and information surrounding all 22 NCAA® fall championships. Fans will be able to follow all of the action surrounding their favorite sports, athletic programs and student athletes through the site’s comprehensive coverage including video highlights, game previews, brackets, recaps, scores, schedules and photos.