ACCC Sports Network kicks off Wednesday

The Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) and JockJive Sports Productions are excited to announce a partnership that has resulted in the monumental expansion of the ACCC Sports Network.

Previously, JockJive streaming of ACCC athletic events was limited to basketball, baseball and softball postseason championships.  However, this year, JockJive will also broadcast an ACCC Game of the Week, beginning with the Gadsden State vs. Wallace State volleyball match on September 28 and continue throughout the basketball, baseball and softball seasons.  In all, over 30 weeks and 80 games will be available.  In addition, weekly segments of This Week in the ACCC will highlight past games, Player of the Week recipients, and special guests.  JockJive will continue to broadcast the men's and women's basketball, baseball, and softball posteason tournaments, and will add volleyball to that list this year.  

"It's an opportunity to showcase our outstanding student-athletes and coaches, and our great institutions," states ACCC Commissioner Dean Myrick.  "It also allows the Conference and its members to better market our brand, and allow our great fans more access.  We are constantly looking for ways to improve and expand, and this is just one avenue." JockJive founder Robert Williamson, whose company has worked with athletes like Cam Newton, Bryce Harper, and Chad Kelley, said, "the ACCC has always produced great viewer numbers, and it is obvious their fan base wants more.  We are delighted to partner with the ACCC to make that happen."  

Please find below the schedule for volleyball Game of the Week:

Wednesday, September 28 – Gadsden State at Wallace State 2:00 pm

Thursday, October 6 – Lawson State at Faulkner State 6:00 pm

Thursday, October 13 – Faulkner State at Wallace State 3:00 pm

Tuesday, October 18 – Southern Union at Snead State 6:00 pm

Monday, October 24 – Wallace-Selma at Jefferson Davis 6:00 pm

October 28-30 – ACCC Tournament at Wallace State

Please visit for viewing. Live coverage is free. Replays and downloads are $2.99 a game (any sport) and/or $19.99 a year for all sports and all games.