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The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced its fall schedule featuring live video web streaming on the SWAC Digital Network and its mobile app.  Commissioner Duer Sharp unveiled the package Thursday afternoon.swac digital network

The highlight of the eight game schedule features defending SWAC Soccer Tournament champion Howard University playing host to Prairie View A&M Tuesday, October 11.  This will mark the league’s first live network stream from the East Coast.  Arkansas-Pine Bluff travels to Texas Southern Sunday, September 27 while rivals Grambling State and Southern collide Sunday, October 25.  The soccer broadcast schedule will culminate Sunday, November 8 in Huntsville, Ala. as the network will carry the SWAC Soccer Championship match live.

Three regular season volleyball matches are also on tap this fall.  Arkansas-Pine Bluff battles Mississippi Valley State Tuesday, September 22.  A pair of rival matches will take place Tuesday, October 6 when Prairie View host Texas Southern and again on Friday, November 6 with Alabama A&M taking on Alabama State in Montgomery.

SDN will carry the conference’s volleyball championship match for the second straight season Sunday, November 22 in Baton Rouge.

To view games on the SWAC Digital Network, fans can click here or download the SWAC Mobile App on their Apple or Android.

All times Central; all dates and times subject to change
Additional stream listings could be announced as they become available

Soccer
Howard vs. Prairie View A&M
Washington, D.C. | Oct. 11

Texas Southern vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Houston, Texas | Sept. 27

Grambling State vs. Southern
Ruston, La.| Oct. 25

SWAC Soccer Championship
Huntsville, Ala. | Nov. 8

Volleyball
Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Mississippi Valley State
Itta Bena, Miss.| Sept. 22

Prairie View A&M vs. Texas Southern
Prairie View, Texas | Oct. 6

Alabama A&M vs. Alabama State
Montgomery, Ala. | Nov. 6

SWAC Volleyball Championship
Baton Rouge, La. | Nov. 22

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