College Sports Network To Televise The Bulldogs At Home For The First Time

The spirited Ferris State Dawg Pound is certain to highlighted during this Saturday (Jan. 19) evening's live CSTV telecast at FSU's Ewigleben Ice Arena.

History will be in the making this Saturday (Jan. 19) evening as College Sports Television (CSTV) will be making its first-ever appearance at Ferris State University's Ewigleben Ice Arena in Big Rapids, Mich., to televise live the Bulldog men's ice hockey contest against the Northern Michigan University Wildcats.

The Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) contest will commence at 8:07 p.m. (EST) with CSTV's Matt McConnell calling the action and Dave Starman providing analysis.

This Saturday's matchup between the two Michigan colleges can be seen via satellite on DirecTV channel 610 and Dish Network channel 152. Viewers in other areas of the nation should contact their local cable provider to determine if CSTV is available.

Tickets for the game are available by either contacting the FSU Athletics Ticket Office at (231) 591-2888 or Star Tickets Plus at 1-800-585-3737. Fans can also purchase online at Star Tickets Plus' website: www.starticketsplus.com. Tickets are also available at all Meijer store locations in the West Michigan area.

For those fans who are unable to attend this Saturday's contest, CSTV is making the game available through its All-Access player. Ferris State hockey fans hoping to view the contest online can purchase a single-game pay-per-view pass for $7.95 by visiting cstvppv.com/hockey. A live video and audio webcast of the game will also be made available through B2 Networks for a charge of $6 per contest on FSU's Athletics Website at www.ferris.edu/sports by clicking on the B2 Networks icon.

Ferris State made two CSTV appearances last season as the Bulldogs were shown in a pair of CCHA road encounters against Northern Michigan (Jan. 6) and Michigan (Jan. 26.).


Ferris State is currently 9-9-2 overall and 6-7-1 in the CCHA this season entering this weekend's (Jan. 18-19) two-game series against Northern Michigan.

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