Watch Free Live Video from NCSAA Basketball Championships on iHigh
February 28, 2012National Christian School Athletic Association
Erie, PA -- iHigh.com, the nation's No. 1 digital television network for high school sports, announced today that basketball fans around the world can enjoy free live streaming video from select games of the National Christian Schools Athletic Association Basketball Championships.
iHigh.com, the Global Youth Network, is the official video streaming partner for the Championships. The NCSAA Div. 2 and Div. 3 Basketball Championships will be held March 1-3 at Family First Sports Park in Erie, PA. The NCSAA Div. 1 and Elite Championships will follow the next week, March 8-10 at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA.
The tournaments will encompass Christian and private school Girls' Varsity, Boys' Varsity, and Boys' Elite (Post-Grad) basketball teams.
The NCSAA Division 1 and Elite Basketball Championships offers an exciting post-season championship tournament experience for your basketball teams. Highly-organized and hosted at excellent facilities, this event allows teams an opportunity to finish their seasons with the challenge and reward of a competitive post-season tournament - and also provides significant opportunity for your players to gain exposure to college coaches and recruiters.
To watch live action of select games, just go to http://ncsaa.ihigh.com/.
Game schedule may be subject to change.
iHigh.com, Inc. is a national high school network providing free Web services to high schools and high school student-athletes across the United States. The nation's No. 1 digital television network for high school sports, iHigh provides free Web tools that allow high school sports teams and other groups to post stories, photos, videos, schedules and other information to a page customized with a high school's colors and logos. For more information, go to http://www.iHigh.com.
About the NCSAA:
The National Christian School Athletic Association is a non-profit Christian organization with a mission to: 1) Pursue Christ-centered excellence in athletics; 2) Meet the needs of Christian schools; and 3) Impact communities with the love of Christ. For more information, see http://www.ncsaa.org/.