Following Catamount Men's and Women's Hoops on Thursday Night

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Feb. 28, 2008

Cullowhee, N.C. - Both of Western Carolina's basketball teams are in action on Thursday night as the regular season comes to a close for the women and the home portion of 2007-08 ends for the men.

The Lady Catamounts, which have earned the second seed in next weekend's Southern Conference tournament, visit the top-seeded Chattanooga Lady Mocs to close the regular season for both squads. UTC downed WCU, 86-81, in late December in the SoCon opener for both squads.

Thursday's women's game will be broadcast by the Catamount Sports Network and can be heard across Western North Carolina on WWCU-FM, Power 90dot5 in Cullowhee. The station also offers an online option at www.WWCUFM.com.

In Cullowhee, the Catamount men wrap up their home schedule by hosting the Wofford College Terriers at 7:03 pm in the Ramsey Center. WCU will recognize its three seniors - Arnold Gore, Negus McKenna and Eric Wilson - prior to tip-off.

Although there is no live radio coverage of the game, fans can purchase the game through CSTV All-Access which provides both live audio AND video of tonight's game. The charge is $9.95 and can be made through the WCU Athletics site, www.CatamountSports.com.

Also, the men's game will be available through live GameTracker, presented by Carolina West Sports Medicine and the WestCare Health System, on CatamountSports.com.

WWCU-FM will carry both men's games to wrap-up the regular season as WCU visits Appalachian State at 3:30 pm on Saturday, and travels to UNC Greensboro on Monday night for a 7:00 pm tip against the Spartans.

Lady Catamounts at Chattanooga Lady Mocs
Chattanooga, Tenn. - McKenzie Arena
Tip-off is set for 7:00 pm
Radio: WWCU-FM, Cullowhee
Internet: www.WWCUFM.com
Play-by-Play: Steven Crumpler

 

 

Catamounts vs. Wofford Terriers
Cullowhee - Ramsey Center
Tip-off is set for 7:03 pm
Radio: none
Internet: Audio AND Video at www.CatamountSports.com
Subscription is required - $9.95
Play-by-Play: Gary Ayers

 

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