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HSU to begin charging for streaming broadcasts

438A4615 – The Humboldt State athletics department announced that it will begin charging for event broadcasts during the 2018-19 season.

It will cost $5 to access single men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and softball home broadcasts with a $30 season pass available for soccer and volleyball. A season pass will not be available for softball.

Single football and basketball games will also be available for $10. A football season pass will cost $30 and a men’s or women’s basketball pass will be $75.

Select home events will be available on-demand following the original date of broadcast, for a limited time, at no cost. Scheduled events are subject to change and Stretch Internet will manage any refund requests.

HSU women’s soccer will host Corban University in an exhibition game on Tuesday at 4 p.m. The game will be streamed with live stats available through the HSU website

Women’s soccer team hosts free clinic

The Humboldt State women’s soccer team hosted a free clinic for Crescent City youth soccer players on Saturday.

“This is a special event every year that started with a conversation on an airplane nearly five years ago,” said HSU head coach Paul Karver. “Our kids look forward to our trip to Crescent City each year to spend time with the youth in their amazing community.”

The Green and Gold traveled north on Highway 101 for their annual camp which drew a strong turnout from the area’s soccer community.

”The Crescent City camp is everyone’s favorite part of the year,” said senior Jacquelyn Dompier. “We love all the camps, but doing this one is one of the most rewarding. The whole community is incredible. The kids are hilarious, goofy, and so grateful for a chance to spend the day with us.”

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