How to watch, listen and follow the Sun Belt tournament


Herald Staff

There are plenty of ways to stay updated on what’s happening in Hot Springs, Ark., this weekend during the Sun Belt tournament.

First off, there’s TV — or online streaming — depending on which round you’re looking to watch. The Sun Belt’s website is offering game-by-game streaming for $4.95 a game or a deal to watch the entire tournament for $11.95

All semifinal games on Monday will be broadcast by the Sun Belt Network and can be streamed online through The women’s final will air on ESPN U, and the men’s will be on ESPN 2.

WKU’s games will also air on the Big Red Radio Network.

If you’re planning to watch online through the “SBC Extra,” click here to access the signup page.

The WKU men play in Game No. 1 against Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday and with a win would play in Game No. 5 against Louisiana-Lafayette. The WKU women open with Game No. 1 against North Texas and with a win would play Game No. 6 against Denver.

The Herald will be in Hot Springs as long as WKU is represented. Expect a blog with an updated look at all the scores as well as the bracket throughout the weekend. Also follow on Twitter (@wkuheraldsports) and check out our live chats during games.