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Heritage Sports Radio Network Announces 2010 Basketball
Posted By: Jehan Bunch on January 10, 2010

January 7, 2010




Hartley, DE - The Heritage Sports Radio Network (HSRN) will tip-off the 2010 Basketball Season with the CIAA match-up (Men's & Women's) between the St. Augustine's Falcons and the Trojans of Virginia State on Monday, January 11, 2010 in Petersburg, Virginia. HSRN's schedule includes 17 regular season games along with tournament action from the CIAA, SIAC, MEAC and SWAC.

This marks the second season that HSRN will broadcast the exciting action HBCU basketball to a world wide audience. This past football season HSRN provided a national platform on Sirius XM satellite radio and this is another first for basketball which will definitely give our tournament coverage a major plus.

HSRN is also proud to cover the complete basketball community that includes the broadcast of men and women's action. We are the only network that cover the HBCU women's action and after a successful run last season, we are excited to continue our commitment to women's basketball.


2010 Basketball Schedule

Jan. 11 - St. Augustine's @ Virginia St. Women - 5:30, Men 7:30
Jan. 16 - Hampton @ Norfolk St. Women - 4:00, Men 6:00
Jan. 17 - Virginia St. @ Virginia Union - 7:30 (Freedom Classic)
Jan. 28 - Elizabeth City St. @ Bowie St. - Women - 5:30, Men 7:30
Jan. 31 - Cheyney vs. Lincoln (PA) - Women - 1:00, Men 3:00
Feb. 1 - Morgan St. @ N.C. A&T - Women - 6:00, Men 8:00
Feb.11 - St. Paul's @ Virginia St. - Women - 5:30, Men 7:30
Feb.19 - Morgan St. (Bracket Buster Game) Opponent and Time TBA
Feb.20 - Coppin St. @ Maryland E.S. - Women - 5:30, Men 7:30
Feb.23 - 28 - CIAA Tournament
Mar. 2 - 6 - SIAC Tournament
Mar. 8 - 13 - MEAC Tournament
Mar. 10 - 14 - SWAC Tournament

The schedule is subject to change with additional games or match-ups that have major implications in the different conference regular season championship races.

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