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Sports Webcasting Network (www.sportswebnet.com) to Webcast the Lacrosse Day of Champions
Girls Lacrosse - Seaford at Manhasset
Boys Lacrosse - South Side at Manhasset
NCAA Lacrosse - St. John's vs. Rutgers
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 on-demand 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.
All three games will also be broadcast on television. For further information visit sportswebnet.com.
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.”
Last year Sports Webcasting Network’s lacrosse coverage featured Long Island standout programs West Islip, Manhasset and Cold Spring Harbor and Connecticut powerhouse Darien.
Sports Webcasting Network also featured coverage of 3 Long Island playoff games and capped coverage by partnering with Long Island based newspaper Newsday to broadcast the 2008 Empire State Gold Medal Boys Lacrosse Game from Binghamton, New York.
The games 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.
Among its viewership, Sportswebnet.com has boasted that fans in more than 15 countries, including Canada, Israel, Australia, France, Great Britain, Switzerland and Belgium watching to the webcasts.
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A full schedule of lacrosse games will take place including several nationally and locally acclaimed programs at the college, high school and youth levels. All games will be played at Manhasset High School and at neighboring fields.
Mark your calendar-tickets are on sale now. Buy tickets online at www.irockfundhome.org until March 26 at $15 each. After March 26, tickets will be $20 each. All proceeds benefit two local charities: The Indians Rock Community Foundation and the Boomer Esiason Foundation.
The two-day event promises to be filled with fun and excitement:
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
SATURDAY, MARCH 28
Food, refreshments and activities
Enter drawings to win: a flat-screen TV, an Apple Mac Book, iPod Touch or compete to become a finalist in a competition at the Woodstick Classic where one lucky winner may win a brand new 2009 Jeep Wrangler.
Ticket price includes admission for the entire event. All attendees, 5 years or older, must have a ticket for admission onto the campus on Saturday. No tickets are required for the Friday evening events. Tickets will allow you full access, parking and enjoyment of all the activities planned for both days. All ticket sales are final. No refunds, exchanges or substitutions. All major credit cards accepted. Games and planned activities subject to change.
Indians Rock Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization established by members of the Manhasset community to raise funds in support of the development, planning and implementation of athletic facilities throughout Manhasset for use by students, PAL youth leagues, and all residents of the community. Our goal is to enhance the overall athletic facilities throughout Manhasset for the benefit and use of the entire Manhasset community. For more information visit www.irockfundhome.org
The Boomer Esiason Foundation is a dynamic partnership of leaders in the medical and business communities joining with a committed core of volunteers to heighten awareness, education and the quality of life for those affected by cystic fibrosis, while providing financial support to research aimed at finding a cure. For more information visit www.esiason.org.