Go ‘On the Road with JWOS’ in 2020

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On-site coverage to include all NCAA Divisions, 80+ teams

We’ve received many questions about what events we’ll be covering in-person this year, and we’re answering those very inquiries today with the announcement of the On the Road with JWOS spring coverage tour.

Stretching for more than six weeks, and through nearly the entire traditional non-conference part of the Division I schedule, the On the Road with JWOS tour will go through more than a dozen states, providing one-of-a-kind coverage and content on many of the nation’s top programs and events.

Original content will be plentiful, exclusive to the JWOS website and social media channels, and will include written and digital offerings. JWOS subscribers will also have access to exclusive content that will not be available elsewhere.

The On the Road coverage tour will officially kick off with the game between UCF and Indiana in Orlando, Florida on February 6 th. We’ll be on-site to cover the NFCA Leadoff Classic; St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational; and the first Division I weekend at Madeira Beach, as well as several stops on Team USA’s Stand Beside Her Tour. Additional tournament stops for the On the Road coverage tour include the UAB-hosted Blazer Classic; the Grand Slam Triangle Classic in Raleigh, North Carolina; and individual weekend tournaments hosted by Memphis and Murray State.

In true road-trip fashion, as we journey between tournament stops, we’ll be hitting up some of the nation’s top programs, right on their campuses, where we’ll sit down with coaches and players; tour stadiums; and get insight into what makes the best even better.

During the course of the On the Road coverage tour, we’ll cover tournaments that feature a bevy of Division I teams, while the Grand Slam Triangle Classic, hosted by William Peace University, is a premier event at the Division III level. We’ll also feature several Division II programs as part of our coverage.


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