June 4, 2010
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Another week of voting is now underway in the Best of Navy All-Access Series on www.NavySports.com. This week, fans will have the opportunity to pick their favorite "Cliffhanger Game" among dramatic wins by the football, basketball and lacrosse teams between now and Friday, June 11.
This week's events to vote on are:
The football team's defense limiting Wake Forest to one touchdown in a 13-10 win by the Mids over the Demon Deacons;
Chris Harris hitting a half-court shot at the buzzer to give the men's basketball team a 65-62 victory over Quinnipiac;
The women's basketball team scoring nine points in the last two minutes of the game to secure a 54-48 victory against Air Force;
Patrick Moran tallying a goal 80 seconds into overtime to lift the men's lacrosse team past Bucknell, 8-7;
The women's lacrosse team scoring four of the final five goals of the game to post a 15-14 win over American.
The video stream of the event listed above that receives the most votes over the next week will be available for free viewing starting June 14 and running until June 21. To vote, simply click on the following link: http://www.navysports.com/multimedia/navy-all-access-best-of-0910.html
Currently available for viewing until Monday, June 7, is a free stream of the Navy football team's 35-18 victory over Delaware.
Additionally, visit www.NavySports.com on Monday, June 7, to start viewing a free video stream of the following event that was selected as the most popular one for this past week:
Ricky Dobbs running and throwing for a combined five touchdowns in the 38-22 victory by the football team over Western Kentucky;
The men's basketball team scoring 58 second-half points in a 94-83 against Lehigh;
Kristin Bowen drilling eight three-point field goals to pace the women's basketball team to a 62-42 win over Lafayette;
Nine players scoring goals in a 12-3 win by the men's lacrosse team over Holy Cross;
Sam Long allowing just three hits over the length of the game in a 1-0 win by the baseball team over UMBC;
10 different Mids tallying goals in a 24-4 victory by the women's lacrosse team over Bucknell.
The Best of Navy All-Access series will continue all summer long on www.NavySports.com. Voting each week will lead to fans being able to view a video stream of the most popular event for free.
While only one event each week will be aired for free this summer, subscribers to Navy All-Access are able to view streams of all events that are part of the Navy All-Access archived library at any time. In addition to having access to past events, subscribers also are able to receive streams of the many events that will be produced during the upcoming 2010-11 sports year. The varied offerings will include weekly post-practice and post-game press conferences with head football coach Ken Niumatalolo, live coverage of nearly every home men's and women's basketball game, audio and video coverage of additional Navy sports teams and select Patriot League Championship events.
A one-year subscription to Navy All-Access costs $79.95, while a monthly subscription runs $9.95.