MASN To Televise ECU - N.C. State Basketball Game

(Washington D.C.) -- MASN, the local leader in live sports entertainment, will televise six exclusive NCAA basketball games during the third annual Charleston Classic on November 18, 19 and 21. Each game will air live in high definition from Carolina First Arena in Charleston, SC.

MASN will televise the entire first-day tournament lineup starting with Coastal Carolina vs. Georgetown on Thursday, November 18th at noon. The Hoyas are ranked 20th in the nation in the preseason AP Top 25.

Additional first-day games will include USC Upstate vs. Wofford at 2:30 p.m., East Carolina vs. NC State at 6 p.m and George Mason vs. Charlotte at 8:30 p.m. Viewers throughout MASN's seven-state territory will see all twelve NCAA programs invited to the Classic.

On November 19, MASN will carry additional second-round games at 12:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The championship game, on Sunday, November 21st, will be televised on ESPNU.

"The Charleston Classic is a marquee college basketball event that features the best in regional basketball and marks the start of the season," said MASN spokesman Todd Webster. "For five years, MASN has offered the biggest package of NCAA Division I basketball games of any RSN in the country, and the Charleston Classic is the perfect way to launch our 2010-2011 season."

Each season, MASN televises hundreds of NCAA football and basketball games. The network has multi-year partnerships with East Carolina, Georgetown and George Mason, as well as the Big South Conference and UNC-Wilmington to provide the best in local NCAA sports to viewers throughout MASN's territory.

MASN is also the official home of the BB&T Classic, a triple-header of collegiate action, taking place December 5th at Verizon Center in Washington D.C.

MASN is available on the expanded basic tier throughout much of North Carolina on eight fan-friendly cable and satellite providers, including DirecTV, Dish Network, as well as Mediacom, Charter, MI Connections, Reds Cable, SkyBest, and Tri County Cable.


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  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Nov 11, 2010 at 12:03 PM
    LOL that's funny Bud. Psychological disadvantage haha! Coach Slow could'nt coach himself out of a wet paper bag if he tried. Darren, I agree with you about Lebo. I hate UNC, but this alum, Jeff Lebo, his wife is from Williamston, where I was raised just outside of. He is a good guy and a class act.
  • by Bud Location: Goldsboro on Nov 10, 2010 at 11:42 AM
    NCSU will probably be at a pshycological disadvantage when they play ECU. This game does not mean as much to Sidney (Lowe)as it does to Jeff (Lebo). Shoudl someone tell Sidney?
  • by Darren Location: Kill Devil Hills on Nov 10, 2010 at 09:05 AM
    As much as I can't stand UNC, I like what this particular alum (Jeff Lebo) is bringing to the pirate program. He seems to be very intelligent and demands a lot of discipline. I would'nt mind coming up to Greenville and take my boys up to see a game this year. I'm wondering if they have a home game the same weekend as they have the home football game with SMU, and I'll check on that.
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