July 9, 2010
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Some of the best road victories by the Navy sports program are featured in this week's Best of Navy All-Access Series found at www.NavySports.com.
The events fans have the opportunity to choose their favorite from between now and Friday, July 16, are:
• The men's basketball team posting a 69-67 victory over Bucknell in Lewisburg, Pa.;
• Chris Harris scoring 40 points in an 85-78 win over Lehigh in Bethlehem, Pa.;
• The women's basketball team rallying from a five-point deficit with seven minutes left on the clock to defeat Holy Cross, 77-69, in Worcester, Mass.;
• The women's lacrosse team recording a 15-10 win over Colgate in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal round win in a game that was played in Bethlehem.
A free video stream of the event listed above that receives the most votes over the next week will be available for viewing starting Monday, July 19, and running until Monday, July 26. To vote, simply click on the following link: http://www.navysports.com/multimedia/navy-all-access-best-of-0910.html
Fans also can visit the same link through Monday, July 12, to view a free video stream of the 4-3 walk-off victory by the Navy baseball team over UMBC.
Additionally, visit www.NavySports.com on Monday, July 12, to start viewing a free video stream of the following event that was selected as the most popular one for this past week:
• The women's basketball team turning a 15-point first-half deficit into a 16-point second-half lead on its way to recording a 64-53 victory over Army;
• Romeo Garcia tallying 20 points to pace the men's basketball team in an 81-79 win over Bucknell;
• Ben Nelson pitching eight shutout innings in a 7-0 win by the baseball team against Lehigh;
• Andy Warner's dramatic overtime goal allowing the men's lacrosse team to end a 36-game losing streak to Johns Hopkins with a 9-8 victory over the Blue Jays;
• The women's lacrosse team defeating Sacred Heart, 12-2, in the NCAA?Play-In Game that advanced the Mids to their first NCAA?Tournament.
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.