Women's Basketball CAA Championship Games to be Broadcast Live via Video Web Streaming
By ODU Athletics
March 8, 2005
Fairfax, Va - The Colonial Athletic Association and George Mason University will be broadcasting all of the 2005 CAA Women's Basketball Championship games live via video Web streaming. Please visit www.GoMason.com and click on the Championship logo and the games can be watched using either Windows Media or RealPlayer versions.
#8 Virginia Commonwealth and #9 UNC Wilmington will tip-off the action in the First Round on March 9 at 5 p.m. #7 Hofstra and #10 William & Mary will follow with an approximate tip time of 7:30 p.m.
Four quarterfinal games will be played on March 10. Top-seeded Delaware will face the winner of the Virginia Commonwealth/UNC Wilmington game at noon. #4 James Madison and #5 Towson will square-off at 2:30 p.m. #2 Old Dominion will face the winner of Hofstra/William & Mary at 5 p.m. #3 Drexel and #6 George Mason will conclude the day's action at 7:30 p.m.
The Semifinals will be played on March 11 with start times of 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The Championship Game is scheduled for noon on March 12.
Delaware (23-4, 16-2 CAA) secured the league's #1 seed with a 59-52 win at James Madison (17-10, 10-8 CAA) Thursday night. In other action, Old Dominion (19-8, 15-3 CAA) grabbed a 78-65 win at Hofstra (12-15, 7-11 CAA). George Mason (12-15, 8-10 CAA) moved into the sixth spot in the standings with a 46-44 home win over Drexel (18-9, 12-6 CAA). Towson (16-13, 9-9 CAA) topped William & Mary (4-23, 2-16 CAA) 67-52 in Maryland. Lastly, VCU (10-17, 6-12 CAA) defeated UNC Wilmington (8-19, 5-13 CAA) by a score of 62-59 in Wilmington.
Tickets for the CAA Women's Basketball Championship are $25 for all nine games with single-session tickets priced at $13 for adults, $9 for youths and seniors, as well as $5 general admission seating for CAA students with a valid school I.D. Tickets can be purchased by calling TicketMaster at (703) 573-SEAT.
All games will be played at the Patriot Center on the campus of George Mason.