"BU All-Access" to Air Live from Agganis Arena at 6 pm Friday on 1510 The Zone

GO TERRIERS BU fans can follow the Terriers all season long on 1510 The Zone
BU fans can follow the Terriers all season long on 1510 The Zone

Jan. 31, 2008

BOSTON - The next installment of "BU All-Access," the official insider's perspective on Boston University Athletics, will air on the Terriers' flagship radio station, WWZN-AM 1510 "The Zone," at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1, 2008. Broadcast live from Agganis Arena immediately before the start of the men's ice hockey game versus Merrimack, "BU All-Access" will preview the upcoming men's and women's Beanpots and review the state of Terrier Athletics, including the men's and women's swimming teams' sweep over Boston College earlier this week.

The 45-minute show, hosted by Bernie Corbett, will include men's ice hockey head coach Jack Parker, men's ice hockey senior co-captain Pete MacArthur, women's ice hockey coach Brian Durocher, women's ice hockey junior co-captain Sarah Russell, men's and women's swimming and diving coach Bill Smyth and Director of Athletics Mike Lynch.

"Terrier Nation deserves the chance to hear about not just our men's hockey team, but how each of our 23 varsity teams are faring," said Lynch. "Broadcasting "BU All-Access" on 'The Zone' offers our athletic department the opportunity to share the many success stories about all of our 500-plus student-athletes and their coaches."

"BU All-Access" will be followed immediately by the pre-game show and play-by-play broadcast of the Terriers' men's ice hockey home game against Merrimack. "BU All-Access" will continue to air regularly throughout the season, with future dates and times to be announced.

All regular-season, Beanpot, and postseason BU men's ice hockey and men's basketball games can be heard live on "The Zone," a 50,000-watt AM station. The only exception will occur when both teams compete at the same time. In addition to broadcasting on terrestrial radio, "The Zone" streams live online at www.1510thezone.com.

Corbett is calling his 23rd straight season of Terrier Hockey, and is joined on those broadcasts by 1988 co-captain Tom Ryan, who enters his 15th season on the broadcast.



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