The number six University of Florida gymnastics team plays host to number 15 Auburn Friday night in a dual meet that marks the first of three gymnastic meets that will air live on GatorVision Online to paid subscribers this season. Live streaming video of the Gators and Tigers will begin at 7:00 p.m. from the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. The February 25th dual meet against Kentucky and the March 18th triangular meet against Pittsburgh and Yale will also be webcast on GatorVision Online.
GatorVision Online is the result of a partnership between the MSBN Sports Network, the University Athletic Association and Clear Channel Communications. MSBN offers high quality streaming video at both dial-up and DSL/Cable speed, making GatorVision an experience like no other for everyone that bleeds orange and blue across the world.
Fans can order GatorVision gymnastics meets on a per-event basis for live and archived programming or order a season gymnastics package for $12.95. To view a Gator gymnastics meet live, the cost is $6.00 and archived broadcast can be purchased for $4.00. It is recommended that users have the latest version of Windows Media Player to ensure the best quality.
To see the meet or to get more information, just click on the GatorVision Online button at www.gatorzone.com, the official website of the Florida Gators.
The Florida gymnastics team, coached by Rhonda Faehn, is 7-2 this season, 3-2 in the Southeastern Conference. The Gators come into the meet on the heels of a road win in Athens against Georgia last Friday night.