Sports Webcasting Network (www.sportswebnet.com) will kick off this year's
lacrosse coverage with a special presentation of the second annual Lacrosse
Day of Champions to be held at Manhasset High School.
Sports Webcasting Network will be presenting exclusive free video
webcasts of three highly touted games. Sportswebnet.com's webcast schedule
will include the Friday March 27, 2009 varsity girls match-up between
Manhasset and Seaford, the boy's varsity match-up between Manhasset and
South Side, played on March 28 and the NCAA featured match-up between 18th
ranked St. John's University and Rutgers.
The on-demand webcast of the girl's game will begin on Saturday, March 28 at
noon. On-demand webcast's of both the boys and NCAA game will begin on
Sunday 3/29 at noon.
Sportswebnet.com expects to announce the complete lacrosse schedule within
the next week.
"We are very excited about this event," said play-by-play announcer and SWN
Director Rob Goldenberg said. "Its going to be a great weekend of lacrosse
action, featuring no doubt a powerhouse in Manhasset and an opportunity to
see one of the top local college teams play in St. Johns."
Executive Producer and one of SWN's Directors Tom Bruno feels the
growing intensity and excitement. "You always want your coverage to escalate
to a fevers pitch, however, this is a great opportunity to see some fierce
rivalries at the beginning of the season," he said.
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