April 18, 2019
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Photo by Erick Miseroy, via Toros athletics

By Victor Munoz
Sports editor

As technology advances, so does the ease with which it connects us to that which we want to connect with.

And if you are a fan of CSUDH’s sports, that means being able to watch the games even when you can’t be there in person.

For instance, yesterday on Warriors TV, which can be found on the Stanislaus State University webpage, you could watch our men’s soccer team obtain its first victory of the season, 3-0, while the women’s team lost a hard-fought contest, 1-0

All California College Athletic Association stream their home games. Some even provide viewing options. For example, Stanislaus offers standard TV and HD TV. Standard TV is free of cost and HD comes with a $7 fee.

To access all games, enter the CSUDH athletics website (GoToros.com). Once you are on the CSUDH site, chose the sport you are interested in watching. Then click on schedule and look for the specific game. Finally, once you find the game go to watch live and it will direct you to the opposing side live stream.

Tomorrow, don’t forget to support CSUDH Men’s and women’s soccer when they visit Chico State. Women’s soccer starts at 11:30 a.m., men’s soccer at 2 p.m. All streams start 30 minutes before as teams take the field for their pre-warmups.

 

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