Postseason Available on America ONE Sports

ALBANY, N.Y. -- ECAC Hockey and America ONE Sports announced today that upcoming men’s and women’s games from the league’s postseason tournaments will be available worldwide through the technology of America ONE Sports.

Both men’s first-round and quarterfinal round coverage will be streamed beginning Friday, March 7 with live broadcasts of all four first-round games of the Men's Championship Tournament, along with coverage of the two Women’s Championship Semifinal games set for Saturday, March 8. This marks the seventh consecutive year that postseason action from ECAC Hockey can be viewed by fans around the world.

ECAC Hockey tournament games will be available for viewing by a global audience and be aired through www.ecachockey.com as well as http://www.americaonesports.com/partner_members.asp?id=407. Fans can watch all games from the ECAC Hockey tournaments on mobile devices as well as standard PCs and Macs. The games will be available on iOS devices as well as Androids.

Fans can either purchase a game for $9 (US) for viewing directly on a mobile device or purchase for viewing on a standard computer and add the mobile option for an extra dollar.

ABOUT AMERICA ONE SPORTS
America ONE Sports, a division of ONE Media Corp, Inc, is a global innovator that specializes in professional broadband and television broadcast solutions. America ONE Sports provides custom broadband players, encoding solutions, conditional access options and a revolutionary SD/HD television delivery platform. ONE Media Corp, Inc., the parent company to America ONE , ONE World Sports, America ONE Sports and ONE CONNXT has operations and programming office in Dallas, Fort Worth/Dallas, Atlanta, Las Vegas, New York, London and Singapore

ABOUT ECAC HOCKEY
ECAC Hockey boasts elite student-athletes and teams from 12 of the nation's most prestigious institutions - Brown University, Clarkson University, Colgate University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, Quinnipiac University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, St. Lawrence University, Union College and Yale University.