Santa Clara University men’s basketball will continue to enjoy the broadest game coverage in its history this season with the renewal of its radio broadcast agreements with KDIA-AM (1640 AM) and KSCU-FM (103.3 FM), SCU Director of Athletics and Recreation Cheryl L. Levick announced.
Every Santa Clara men’s basketball game during the 2002-2003 season will be broadcast via the Bronco Radio Network, which currently consists of 10,000-watt KDIA-AM, SCU campus station KSCU-FM and via the Internet on the department’s official athletic website.
The games will be engineered and distributed by KDIA-AM. Popular play-by-play announcer Dave Lewis will return for his eighth season as the voice of the Broncos, while KSCU Sports Director Josh Griffin will coordinate color analysis.
“We are pleased that we can provide our faithful Bronco basketball supporters with one of the largest radio coverage areas among colleges in the Bay Area,” said Levick. “By combining an extensive radio coverage area with our Internet streaming agreement with the Official College Sports Network (OCSN, Formerly FANSonly), we will continue to have the opportunity to showcase our men’s basketball program to literally every Bronco parent, fan, recruit and alum.”
The Santa Clara University Department of Athletics and Recreation sponsors 17 intercollegiate athletics teams and competes as a Division I member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the West Coast Conference (WCC), the Western Intercollegiate Softball League (WISL) and the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA). The department enjoyed a successful 2001-2002 season, winning the school’s first-ever NCAA women’s soccer championship, four conference titles and finishing second in the WCC’s inaugural all-sports competition. The Broncos also had six all-Americans, six national academic award winners, four conference coaches of the year, 48 all-conference performers and 14 academic all-conference award winners.
We wish them luck as they try to take on our Texan teams because they’re going to need it.