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The Zone to Air Every 2014 Aggie Softball Game

January 22, 2014
Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Each of the No. 11 Texas A&M softball team’s games in 2014 can be heard worldwide as they are broadcast by The Zone, Bryan Broadcasting announced.

Select games will be aired locally on Sports Radio 1150 The Zone, while the remaining contests can be heard on any smartphone or HD radio worldwide via 95.1-3 The Zone HD. Links to the online broadcasts for every game this season can be found at and

The Aggies’ veteran broadcast crew return to the booth for the 2014 season, with The Zone Program Director Louie Belina calling the pitch-by-pitch from the road and Tim Schnettler describing the action at home. David Batson will continue to provide color commentary for both broadcasts, with guests appearing on the airwaves throughout the year.

“The Zone continues to do a great job broadcasting our games,” Head Coach Jo Evans said. “It’s important in terms of recruiting, and the opportunity for fans who can’t make it out to the games to follow our team. We appreciate the great exposure it brings to our softball program.”

Of the Aggies’ 54 scheduled regular-season games, 27 can be heard in Bryan-College Station via 1150 AM, including 15 of 24 Southeastern Conference (SEC) matchups. Each game of the Missouri (March 7-9), South Carolina (March 14-16), Kentucky (April 4-6), Florida (April 18-20) and Auburn (April 25-27) series will be carried on Sports Radio 1150.

Select nonconference matchups can also be heard locally, including Cal State Bakersfield (Feb. 8), UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 8), McNeese State (Feb. 15), Oregon State (Feb. 15), San Diego State (Feb. 20), Cal State Northridge (Feb. 22), Houston (Feb. 26), Wisconsin (March 1), UConn (March 1), Texas State (March 5), Northwestern State (March 18), Sam Houston State (April 16) and Oklahoma State (May 2-3). The schedule is subject to change, depending on the schedule of Aggie basketball games in the NCAA Tournament.

Sports Radio 1150 The Zone and its partner station, News/Talk 1620 WTAW, are the flagship stations for Texas A&M Athletics and are part of the Texas A&M Radio Network. Football, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball and soccer are all aired on the stations, along with numerous weekly and daily Aggie coaches' shows.

The official home of Texas A&M Athletics, is in its 10th season of broadcasting A&M softball games worldwide on the internet. Through partnership with NeuLion, and 12th Man TV bring fans free live and on-demand audio and video content all season long.

The 11th-ranked Aggies will start the 2014 season at UC Santa Barbara’s Gaucho Classic I on Feb. 7. Log on to and follow @AggieSoftball on Twitter for more information on Texas A&M softball.

Sports Radio 1150 The Zone Broadcast Schedule
2/08 vs. Cal State Bakersfield
2/08 vs. UC Santa Barbara
2/15 vs. McNeese State
2/15 vs. Oregon State
2/20 vs. San Diego State
2/22 vs. Cal State Northridge
2/26 vs. Houston
3/01 vs. Wisconsin
3/01 vs. UConn
3/05 vs. Texas State
3/07 vs. Missouri*
3/08 vs. Missouri*
3/09 vs. Missouri*
3/14 vs. South Carolina*
3/15 vs. South Carolina*
3/16 vs. South Carolina*
3/18 vs. Northwestern State
4/04 vs. Kentucky*
4/05 vs. Kentucky*
4/06 vs. Kentucky*
4/16 vs. Sam Houston State
4/18 vs. Florida*
4/19 vs. Florida*
4/20 vs. Florida*
4/25 vs. Auburn*
4/26 vs. Auburn*
4/27 vs. Auburn*
5/02 vs. Oklahoma State
5/03 vs. Oklahoma State

*Southeastern Conference contest

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