Collegiate Water Polo Association to Stream University of Washington Women's Water polo Games on



Karli Stevenson of the University of Wasington Water Polo

BRIDGEPORT, PA. — The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) will provide a live, pay-per-view stream of seven women’s Northwest Division women’s collegiate club games hosted by the University of Oregon on Saturday, March 3, from the Willamalane Aquatic Center in Springfield, Ore., via the league’s Stretch Internet portal.

Streamed on the league’s platform with Stretch Internet and featuring remote commentators, the league’s graphics package and Tips of the Week during the broadcast, the presentations are part of the CWPA Network. The CWPA Network features streaming of collegiate club games from around the league’s men’s and women’s collegiate club divisions with improved technical assets to provide a preeminent water polo broadcasting experience.

The games will be streamed at a cost of either $10 per contest or $15 for a tournament pass that allows fans to watch the streaming live and/or on-demand at a later date through July.Streaming coverage begins at 12:45 p.m local time/3:45 p.m. Eastern as the University of Oregon “B” faces Western Washington University. University of Oregon “A”-vs.-Portland State University (1:45 p.m.), Oregon State University-vs.-University of Washington “A” (2:45 p.m.) and Western Washington-vs.-University of Washington “B” complete the first half of the day’s broadcast docket.

Portland State-vs.-Oregon “B” (4:45 p.m.) and Washington “B”-vs.-Oregon State (6:45 p.m.) sandwich arguably the most important game of the weekend as Oregon “A”-vs.-Washington “A” square off at 5:45 p.m. with the No. 1 seed for the Northwest Division Championship on Saturday-Sunday, April 14-15, hosted by Oregon State at the Osborn Aquatic Center in Corvallis, Ore., likely on the line.

Fans should visit the CWPA Streaming Portal on Stretch Internet by CLICKING HERE and signing up to access the broadcasts.

You can view the original story from the CWPA here.