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Charlotte, NC - The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) in partnership with Urban Sports & Entertainment Group (USEG) and Campus Insiders will stream the Men's Basketball 2016 ciaa trn logoTournament Quarterfinal and Semifinal games.  Fans everywhere will have access to live games on or on through the Campus Insiders mobile app.  The streaming partnership was developed through USEG and ASPiRE TV, the primary media partner of the tournament.

For over seven decades, the CIAA tournament has drawn millions of fans, making it the third largest NCAA conference basketball tournament in the country in terms of attendance and economic impact.  Now, fans who are unable to attend the tournament in Charlotte, NC can enjoy the CIAA experience and game action through Campus Insiders.

"We are thrilled to bring the excitement of the CIAA Tournament to fans everywhere," said Crowley Sullivan, Executive Vice President of Campus Insiders.  "The CIAA has produced some of the greatest basketball players of all time and now everyone wll have the chance to watch as these players and teams battle for the braggings rights of being named the 2016 CIAA Champion."

The game streaming schedule is as follows:

Men's Quarterfinals

Game 1:          Thursday, February 25           1:00PM ET      Watch Here:

Game 2:          Thursday, February 25           3:00PM ET      Watch Here:

Game 3:          Thursday, February 25           7:00PM ET      Watch Here:

Game 4:          Thursday, February 25           9:00PM ET      Watch Here:


Men's Semifinals

Game 1:          Friday, February 26                7:00PM ET      Watch Here:        

Game 2:          Friday, February 26                9:00PM ET      Watch Here:

All men's quarterfinal and semifinal games as well as the Women's 42nd Annual Championship Game slated for Saturday, February 27th will broadcast live on the ASPiRE Network.  Saturday's Men's Championship Game will air live on ESPN3 and via tape delay at 10:00 p.m. on ESPNU.


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