Aug. 25, 2005
UCLA's opening home women's soccer match on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. vs. Long Beach State will be live and free over the Bruin web site on the College All-Access Pass accessible through Audio-Video on the left hand side of the Bruin web site. Darren Preston will call the action.
Future broadcasts will be charged by the month or the school year. UCLA will again broadcast over 125 live Olympic Sport events over the Internet. If you or a relative or friend can't be there in person to support your favorite team, then this service is available. There are only a limited amount of events onlive television outside of football and basketball and no live radio outside of those sports. You can have access to all to listen to all UCLA events that we broadcast by purchasing the UCLA All-Access pass either by the month ($6.95) or for the entire athletic year ($59.95). There are special discounts if you purchase early or for the year by September 3, 2005.
UCLA's fall broadcasts include home women's volleyball, men's and women's soccer, the men's basketball exhibition games and women's basketball. Streaming video will be available for selected broadcasts. UCLA will do a couple of local road events in women's volleyball and all road games in women's basketball. UCLA plans to broadcast home and local playoffs in volleyball and soccer.
Broadcasts for the winter-spring besides women's basketball will include home baseball, most Pac-10 home softball games, home men's volleyball and the NCAA's in women's water polo. There will also be streaming video for home gymnastics. UCLA will also do local playoff events.
To purchase the pass, click on the All-Access pass on the front page of the web site. Directions will be there so you can have broadcasts in soccer and women's volleyball in September and follow the teams all the way through the playoffs in June.