09
Aug
11

WVOF AUDIO SPORTS BLOG

WVOF- Fairfield University Radio is excited to announce the premiere of a new addition to their Fairfield University sports coverage.  WVOF’s Sports team is rolling out a new audio blog that aims to give our audience coverage on a weekly basis.  Such features will include weekly head coaches’ interviews, player profiles, and other online exclusives.  The blog will be an online archive for all interviews and content throughout the academic year focusing on the sports that WVOF will normally cover.  These include Men’s and Women’s soccer, Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s basketball, Men’s and Women’s lacrosse and baseball.

 

This blog will be your source for interviews, analysis, previews, recaps, and more.

 

WVOF is looking forward to providing the best coverage of Fairfield University sports this year both on the Internet blog and on 88.5FM and streaming live on wvof.org.  Stay tuned to WVOF for all sports information and for schedules of the games we will be carrying this year.

 

In order to receive updates from the blog please subscribe on youtube.com/wvofsports or visit sports.wvof.org

 

For questions, comments or suggestions write to Ivey Speight – WVOF Sports Director, at WVOFSPORTS@gmail.com

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