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AU Athletics Featured in “NCAA on Campus” Television Broadcast

 Former AU wrestler Anthony DiCarlo, recipient of the 2009 NCAA National Sportsmanship Award, and the AU athletics program will be featured in December’s “NCAA on Campus” television and Internet broadcast on Monday, Dec. 7 at 8:30 pm on CBS College Sports Network. AU softball player Katie Van Gieson will host the show.

 

The show’s producer, Lee Nassau, visited the AU campus in early November to interview DiCarlo about earning his prestigious sportsmanship award. In addition, Nassau met with several AU coaches, administrators, and student-athletes, while showcasing the scenic AU campus.

 

In addition to featuring DiCarlo, the December broadcast will include a segment on five sets of twins within the AU athletics program; the twins compete for AU in the following sports: women’s tennis and soccer, and men’s track and field and cross country. The show will also feature several snapshots of other Trojan student-athletes on the AU campus.

 

Following its airing on December 7, the show will re-air on CBS College Sports throughout the month of December at the same day and time. Check local listings for additional re-air dates and times. The show can also bee seen on the web; visit NCAA.org or NCAA.com and click on “Media and Events” then “Broadcasting.”

 

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