"We are excited to be the flagship for Bucs Baseball," said WKPT Sports Director Scott Gray. "The schedule we're carrying features the Bucs facing championship caliber opposition from Georgia and Georgia Tech, and great rivalry games with
Jay Sandos enters his sixth season as the "Voice of the Bucs", and will be calling all the action on WKPT-AM 1590 and its translator 97.7 FM in
The Bucs will have at least eight other games aired on three of the Holston Valley Broadcasting flagship stations. The games to be carried include: Georgia Tech (April 15),
"We are very excited with this new partnership at WKPT," added ETSU Network Director Jay Sandos. "We were looking to expand our network with baseball, and we very pleased with the direction WKPT is headed and what they had to offer. Our partnership with them during women's basketball has been great, and we are glad to be teaming up with WKPT."
Fans should also plan to tune in a half hour before the game to catch all the analysis on the Pregame Show. The Bucs will also be simulcast on the internet starting March 12 when the Bucs head to Tennessee Tech for a 3 p.m. game.
ETSU baseball will also be broadcast live on ASun.TV as 20 games will be available. The broadcast will cover home games against Mercer, UNF,
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