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Northeastern expands partnership with NESN

Starting this fall, Northeastern fans will find the Huskies on NESN much more often than ever before.

As many as 75 games will be shown exclusively on NESN and NESNplus in New England during the 2018-19 season, up from the 18 games that appeared on those channels last season.

The games will also be available on the network’s streaming service NESNgo, allowing fans to watch via the app wherever they are.

Northeastern’s schedule of games on NESN will be announced this fall. Coverage will extend beyond basketball and ice hockey and include original programming, more details of which will be revealed in the future.

Northeastern battles the College of Charleston in the CAA Championship game in Charleston, South Carolina, on March 6, 2018 at the North Charleston Coliseum. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

As part of the expanded agreement with NESN, more Northeastern games may also be available on NESN National, which serves fans outside New England.

“NESN is the preeminent regional television network in the nation, and we are thrilled to partner with the leader in the industry moving forward,” said Jeff Konya, Northeastern’s athletic director. “Content is the new currency in intercollegiate athletics, and we’re very excited for the opportunity to further extend the Northeastern brand throughout New England by utilizing NESN’s unparalleled reach.”

All Northeastern home games are also telecast live and in high definition on CAA.tv.

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