The USC women's volleyball team didn't have its best of years in 2009, finishing with double-digit losses and losing to Hawai'i in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last December. Regardless, it appears as if the program will be making some television appearances in the Fall, according to USCTrojans.com:
The Pac-10 Conference announced that three USC women's volleyball home matches for the 2010 season will be broadcast on FOX Sports Net. The three matches are: Friday (Sept. 24) against UCLA, Friday (Oct. 22) against Oregon and Saturday (Oct. 30) against Washington.
The remaining home matches will be broadcast live on usctrojans.com with a multi-camera video webcast, viewable with a paid subscription.
I know we often don't post stuff about non-revenue sports, but once I move back to campus in mid-August, I'm hoping to keep everybody a little more up-to-date on sports other than football and basketball.
And for those not living in Los Angeles and Southern California near campus, this will be one of the few opportunities, you'll have to catch a USC game not taking place in the Coliseum or with Kevin O'Neill screaming from the bench.
In case you were wondering, yes, the NCAA sanctions do require us fans to watch at least three non-revenue sports games per year so we better get crackin'.