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Boston College Baseball Vs. Miami (NCAA Super Regionals, Game 1): How To Watch, Game Info, & More!

A best-of-three series isn't a long amount of time, but this weekend could feel like an eternity. Here's how to catch the games as things kick off today.

Game Day Info:

First Pitch: 5 PM
Venue: Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, Coral Gables, Florida (Capacity: 5,000)

This weekend's series will take place at one of the most beautiful stadiums in the entire ACC. The home of Hurricanes baseball since 1973, with an average of 2,600 fans per home game, it provides Miami with a unique home field advantage in South Florida. It's a natural grass field, and it's something we'll talk more at length about later on.

The stadium is named for Mark Light, the son of benefactor George Light, who donated money for the field's construction. George named the stadium in honor of his son, who passed away from muscular dystrophy.

That's a great story and an offsetting factor considering the field is named after the guy who donated nearly $4 million to renovate it from 2007 through 2009 - New York Yankees third baseman/designated hitter Alex Rodriguez.

How to Watch & Listen

TV: ESPNU
Internet Streaming: Available via ESPN3
Audio: WZBC

For what feels like the first time this season, there's a full slate of broadcast options ranging from national television to Internet streaming and audio. ESPN will simulcast its broadcast on ESPNU and ESPN3, with Anish Shroff on the call joined by former Miami Hurricane Alex Cora, who played a number of years in the pros for the Dodgers, Red Sox, Mets, and others.

WZBC is on this road trip to provide radio coverage on student-run radio. If you want to catch their broadcast, give a listen at the link listed above!

Get Social

You have a bunch of social media options to follow, both inside and outside the SB Nation network.

Let's start with the official accounts. Boston College can be found online by going to @BCBirdball, but you can also follow the official Miami account by following @CanesBaseball. They'll have you up to date with in-game updates throughout the weekend.

You can also follow our site Twitter by following @BCinterruption or by following State of the U, the Miami site, at @TheStateOfTheU. Cam Underwood runs that Twitter for the most part, but you can also follow Cam by checking in @UnderwoodSports. I've worked with Cam on ACC football video casts in the past, and he's a great sports personality with a good passion for The U. You can normally catch us bantering on Twitter throughout the year.

As for me, well you can follow me by going to @DanRubin12.