Aug 15, 2013
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The No. 16 Boilermaker volleyball team is slated to make two television appearances in 2013, with both originating from Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium. The Big Ten Network will air the team's Saturday, Oct. 12 match vs. Northwestern and also the Tuesday, Oct. 22 contest vs. Indiana.
Streaming video of several other Purdue matches will be available on purduesports.com or BTN.com. To watch these matches, fans must pay for the All-Access Pass. Viewers may purchase the Purdue School Pass for a monthly charge of $9.95 or a yearly pass for $79.95 to access the Purdue streamed game broadcasts as well as Purdue's home and away events streamed on BTN.com. A Big Ten Digital Network Conference Pass, available for a monthly charge of $14.95 or $119.95 yearly allows access to broadcasts of all Big Ten schools, except Nebraska, and all BTN.com broadcasts. A CBS U-Live Pack, available for a monthly charge of $14.95 or $119.95 yearly, allows access to all of the above broadcasts as well as those of all other schools which are part of the CBS Sports broadcast family.
The BTN.com streaming schedule should be announced in the near future. Details will be posted on purduesports.com when they become available.
The Boilermakers kick off their 2013 season on August 30, when they face off against No. 4 USC at the Mortar Board Premier. No. 21 Western Kentucky and Alabama A&M round out the tournament field. Tickets are available now for the matches, which will be played on Belin Court.
With 14 returning players and one newcomer, Purdue looks to carry on its legacy as one of just six schools in the country that has made six or more Sweet 16 appearances in the last eight seasons.