Dover, Del. (Aug. 22, 2017) --- Delaware State Athletics, in cooperation with website partner NeuLion, has expanded its live video offerings of Hornet sports this fall.

Beginning with the Delaware State women’s soccer contest against Lafayette on Sep. 1, most Hornet home sporting events on campus will be streamed live on the school’s athletics website free of charge.

In addition to soccer, all volleyball and football contests on campus will be streamed live this fall, along with men’s and women’s basketball, and women’s lacrosse this winter.

A select number of baseball and softball contests will be available for viewing in the spring.

“The expansion of our live video streaming is a great service to Hornet fans and alumni around the world, especially the families of our student-athletes who are unable to attend the games,” said Skip Perkins, Delaware State Director of Athletics. “The service also allows greater exposure for the Hornet brand and an opportunity to share the great things about our university.”

NeuLion is a digital video technology company headquartered in Plainview, New York, USA. The company specializes in digital video broadcasting, distribution and monetization of live and on-demand content, to Internet-enabled devices. Sports are no longer just for spectators - today's fans are more active, connected and engaged than ever before. NeuLion has responded, changing the experience of watching sports. When it comes to sports, NeuLion is in a league of its own – seamlessly syncing live video, live audio and live data (stats) to create dynamic live and interactive TV-like experience over the Internet to any device.

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