NORFOLK, Va. – The Norfolk State University Athletics Department announced Tuesday that it has renewed its radio agreement with Max Media to broadcast Spartan football and men’s basketball games and its weekly radio program on Star 1310 AM (WGH) during the 2015-16 athletics season.
All Spartan football games and a comprehensive men’s basketball schedule will be featured on 1310 AM for the second consecutive year. All games will also be simulcast on NSU’s campus radio station, WNSB Hot 91.1 FM. An in-depth women’s basketball schedule will again air on 91.1 FM this season. Complete broadcast schedules for Spartan men’s and women’s basketball will be announced later this fall.
Long-time NSU play-by-play announcer Ross Gordon returns for the 2015-16 athletics season and will be joined for football and basketball broadcasts by NSU alumnus Terrell Ducre’, a broadcast veteran who, like Gordon, is a former member of the NSU Sports Network at WNSB. Ducre’ will provide color analysis.
Inside Spartan Sports, a weekly one-hour radio show featuring news updates, analysis and interviews with Spartan coaches, student-athletes and administrators will return to its normal time slot, 11 a.m. to noon on Saturdays on 1310 AM. The show will debut for the 2015-16 season on Saturday, Aug. 29.
Also this year, NSU football coach Latrell Scott and men’s basketball coach Robert Jones will conduct a weekly interview during their respective seasons with the Nick Cattles Show on ESPN Radio 94.1 FM.
All NSU programming that is broadcast will also be streamed on www.star1310.com. The audio streaming application is compatible with Apple and Android mobile devices. The games can also be heard online through WNSB’s web site and the Tune In radio app by searching for 91.1 FM.
ABOUT STAR 1310 AM WGH
Star 1310 is a 20,000-watt station which serves the entire Hampton Roads area as well as portions of northeast North Carolina. The station is an urban contemporary Christian music format but also features select college sports programming. The station previously was the radio home of ESPN Radio until 2009, when it changed to its current format.