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"Verbally Committed" A DMV Prepcast with B.J. Koubaroulis and Stephen Ball is a weekly two hour radio show on CBS radio's 106.7 The Fan.
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With more than 300 high schools in Washington D.C.’s metro area – D.C., Maryland and Virginia – the show gives a voice to the area’s top recruits, coaches, players and fans through interviews, commentary and calls from fans.
The show is produced and hosted by B.J. Koubaroulis and Stephen Ball, both with long time connections and experience working in the Washington media and in particular high school sports.
Koubaroulis is a sports contributor at The Washington Post, covering high school football, basketball, baseball, soccer and lacrosse and is also an active blogger at Washingtonpost.com for recruiting news and more. He is also the Play-by-Play voice for high school and college sports for Verizon FIOS1 sports television.
Stephen Ball is a sports contributor for The Washington Post and associate producer of The Mike Wise Show on 106.7 The Fan. He has covered high school sports, the NFL and the NHL for The Post. He hosted a weekly sports radio show on WGMU and interned at ESPN980.
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Fairfax Sports Report ...On Cox, Comcast, Verizon FIOS1
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Thursday, 7 p.m.
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Georgetown-Rutgers Men's Lax Game to Be Shown on Verizon FiOS1
Game will be broadcast tape-delayed three times.
GU's game with Rutgers will be tape-delayed on Verizion FiOS1 on three different occasions.
April 26, 2007
Washington, D.C. - The Saturday, April 28 men's lacrosse game featuring No. 4 Georgetown and Rutgers will be televised by Verizon FiOS1 and will be broadcast tape-delayed three different times, Wednesday, May 2 at 8 p.m., Saturday, May 5 at 3 p.m. and then again on Saturday, May 5 at 8 p.m. BJ Koubaroulis and former Hoya All American Andy Corno will be calling the action.
Two televised Georgetown University women's lacrosse games will be re-broadcast on the new Verizon FiOS1 channel over the next few days.
The Hoyas' 15-9 victory over George Washington will be broadcast on Tuesday, April 24 at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 28 at 3 p.m and Sunday, April 29 at 10 am.
BJ Koubaroulis and former GU standout Sarah Oliphant will be calling the action.
Additionally, Georgetown's 15-9 win over BIG EAST rival Connecticut will be shown on Thursday April 26 at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 28 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 29 at 8 p.m. Koubaroulis and former GU head coach Kim Simons will be calling the game from the booth.
Verizon FiOS is available in the DC metro area which encompasses Fairfax, Loudoun and Arlington counties in Virginia and selected parts of Prince George County in Maryland.
After the two wins over George Washington and Connecticut, the Hoyas (9-6) won their seventh straight BIG EAST regular-season title and earned the No. 1 seed in the upcoming inaugural BIG EAST Championship. The Hoyas will take on No. 4 seed Notre Dame on Friday, April 27 at 5:30 p.m. at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y.
**FAIRFAX SPORTS NETWORK
Fairfax Sports Network Announces Deal With Local Sports Writers
Aug. 16, 2007
FSN broadens its web coverage with the addition of four sports writers and guest commentary.
The Fairfax Sports Network has struck a deal with four local sports writers to increase its coverage of high school and local sports in the Washington D.C. Metro area.
Washington Post Preps Writer B.J. Koubaroulis, Fairfax County Times Sports Editor Dave Buschenfeldt and Connection Newspapers Sports Editors John Marcario and Paul Frommelt have agreed to provide weekly news and notes, columns and analysis of the local sports scene.
Koubaroulis, Associate Producer and Host of the weekly sports broadcast “The Fairfax Sports Report” and Buschenfeldt, Marcario and Frommelt – the show’s expert analysts—will share inside scoops, recruiting details and more at http://www.fairfaxsportsnetwork.com/.
"The addition of the great exclusive articles to Fairfax Sports Network's website by local news reporters adds a new, fresh look to Fairfax Sports Network's website and brings us closer to our goal of going beyond being just the premier source for high school sports on television, but becoming the premier source for high school sports in all media formats," said FSN’s Executive Producer Brian Nern.
Guest commentators will also be added to FSN’s web and television line-up.
For over 20 years, The Fairfax Sports Network has provided fans with coverage of high school sports. FSN’s Game of the Week and The Fairfax Sports Report – a weekly one-hour production dedicated solely to high school sports in Northern Virginia – are carried by Cox, Comcast and Verizon FiOS.