Princeton University-vs.-University of Southern California Men's Water Polo Game Time Announced; Removed from Pac12 Network
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Fans of water polo will not be able to see the Princeton University-vs.-University of Southern California water polo match on September 29 as the Pac12 Network removed the contest from their broadcasting slate.
The clash of four-time NCAA champion USC and defending CWPA Eastern Champion Princeton University at the SoCal Tournament was originally announced to appear on the new network, but was removed per a release from the Princeton Athletic Communiations Office.
Game time is now set for 3:00 p.m. for fans able to attend the contest in person.
Princeton will now appear on national television once during the men's season as the Tigers' September 7 home game against the University of California will be broadcast by ESPNU live at 7:00 p.m. In addition, fans of Princeton can catch all of the squad's home games live on the Internet as the institution will stream the games via www.Goprincetontigers.com.
Additional games from DeNunzio Pool will be available at the conclusion of the league season as the Collegiate Water Polo league office will exclusively stream all 12 games of the 2012 CWPA Eastern Championship live.