Dec. 1, 2004
LOS ANGELES, CA (Dec. 1) -- The Loyola Marymount University men's water polo team will now play in the first semfinal game of the 2004 NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship against Stanford on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 3:30 p.m.
It was originally reported that the LMU vs. Stanford semifinal would be the second game at 5 p.m. UCLA will take on Princeton in the second semfinal at 5 p.m. at Stanford's Avery Aquatics Complex.
The Lions were named the fourth seed and will play top-ranked and number one seed Stanford in the first semifinal. It is the second year the Lions and Cardinal will play in the national semifinals. UCLA earned the number two seed in this year's tournament and will take on three-seed Princeton.
The third place game of this year's NCAA Tournament will be played at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5. The Championship will follow at 2:00 p.m. The game can be watched live on CSTV.
CSTV is the exclusive broadcaster of 11 NCAA Championships. It presented the NCAA Field Hockey Championship earlier this month, and will also televise the NCAA Women's Frozen Four ice hockey championship, women's water polo, Division I, II and III women's lacrosse and Division II and III men's lacrosse championships, and the Division III Men's and Women's Basketball Championship. CSTV also carries early-round action from other NCAA Championships such as Division I-AA football, baseball and softball, Division I men's and women's soccer, and the Regional Finals of the Division I women's volleyball championship.
CSTV is a multi-media company that consists of the first-ever 24-hour college sports television network, College Sports TV; the leading college sports online network, CollegeSports.com; and the first ever 24-hour college sports radio network, SIRIUS College Sports Radio. Through its numerous platforms, CSTV provides more live college sports games, events, news, information, analysis and broadband content, and reaches more college sports fans, than any other company.
College Sports TV, voted the No. 1 emerging cable network in the 2003 Beta research study, televises regular season and championship event coverage from over 35 men's and women's sports across every major collegiate athletic conference as well as many select NCAA Championships. College Sports TV currently has agreements with the top three national distributors - Comcast, DirecTV and Time Warner Cable, among others.
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