The programs can be found on Time Warner Cable systems on channels 25 or 69 in Dayton, channel 30 in the Dayton suburbs, and channel 59 in communities further north. Subscribers are encouraged to check their local listings.
This will be the second Wittenberg University sporting event to appear on Time Warner Cable in recent weeks. The first broadcast was the Sept. 29 Homecoming football game between the NCAC champion Tigers and the Allegheny College Gators at Edwards-Maurer Field in Springfield. That game went down to the wire as Wittenberg won 21-17 on a touchdown with just 16 seconds remaining.
The volleyball match between Ohio Wesleyan and Wittenberg figures to be a good one as well. The Tigers have won the last four NCAC championships and have advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament in each of the last five years. The only team to win the conference since 1992 besides Wittenberg is Ohio Wesleyan, which claimed titles in 1994 and 1996. The Bishops, who are coached by former Tiger coach Cynthia Holliday, are 10-16 overall this year and 3-2 in the NCAC. Wittenberg is 15-4 overall, 5-0 in the NCAC and ranked No. 12 in the country.
Time Warner Cable owns and manages the world's most advanced, best-clustered cable television operations, with 90 percent of its 12.6 million customers in systems of 100,000 subscribers or more. It is a division of AOL Time Warner Inc. Time Warner Cable's Western Ohio Division serves more than 400,000 customers in 28 counties.