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|Saturday, September 6, 2014
New Home for Webcasts
All upcoming webcasts will be streamed on YouTube. We encourage you to subscribe to our channel for future updates. The channel can be found at -
Email email@example.com with any questions.
|Saturday, November 9, 2013
Football - Tufts vs. Middlebury
JumboCast viewers - due to system adjustments, the broadcast today can be watched at the following link -
|Sunday, October 27, 2013
|Saturday, October 26, 2013
Football - Tufts v. Amherst
JumboCast viewers - due to system adjustments, the broadcast today can be watched at the following link -
|Sunday, October 13, 2013
|Saturday, October 12, 2013
Happy Homecoming Tufts!
|Saturday, October 12, 2013
Happy Homecoming Tufts!
|Saturday, September 28, 2013
Beta Website Up
Our beta website is up and running again.
|Friday, September 20, 2013
Beta Website Down
Our beta website is currently not working as we migrate to a new system. The volleyball game can be found through our normal player. We apologize for the inconvenience.
|Thursday, June 6, 2013
|Monday, May 20, 2013
CONGRATS TO TUFTS SOFTBALL: DIVISION III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!!!
|Thursday, May 9, 2013
|Tuesday, May 7, 2013
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Game
Support Tufts Men's Lacrosse as they take on Norwich in the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday. Follow the link below for video of the game:
|Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Archives are working again
Sorry for the delay, but out archive server is up and running again. Again, we apologize for the difficulties.
|Wednesday, April 10, 2013
China-US Symposium on JumboCast
Check out the China-US Symposium on JumboCast this weekend.
Friday, April 12th: 1:00-5:00PM
Saturday, April 13th: 10:30-11:45AM, 2:30-4:45PM
|Sunday, March 10, 2013
|Friday, March 1, 2013
2013 NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship
JumboCast is proud to bring you the first- and second-round games live from Cousens Gym. The games can be found here.
Note that these games are available on desktop and some mobile devices. Enjoy!
|Saturday, February 16, 2013
This Weekend on JumboCast
It's Postseason Basketball Time!!!
JumboCast is proud to bring you two NESCAC Tournament Quarterfinals this Saturday, February 16th.
Men's Basketball Tournament: #4 Tufts vs. #5 Bowdoin, 2:00PM
Women's Basketball Tournament: #1 Tufts vs. #8 Bowdoin, 4:00PM
|Wednesday, February 6, 2013
This Week on JumboCast
Basketball games from this past weekend have been rescheduled.
Men's Basketball vs. Hamilton, 2/12 @ 6:00PM
Women's Basketball vs. Hamilton, 2/13 @ 6:00PM
Check out both JumboCast broadcasts!
|Tuesday, January 22, 2013
This Week on JumboCast
Men's Basketball vs. U-Mass Boston, 7:00PM, 1/24
|Thursday, January 17, 2013
This Weekend on JumboCast
Men's Basketball vs. Wesleyan, 6:00PM, 1/18/13
Women's Basketball vs. Connecticut College, 4:00PM, 1/19/13
|Friday, December 7, 2012
Mens Basketball vs Lesley
Jumbos host local rivals Lesley Lynx in non-conference action.
7:00 PM EST
|Saturday, December 1, 2012
Womens BBall vs. Regis
We are streaming the 2 pm game, even though it will say 2008 NESCAC Mens Swimming Championships. Please click on "Schedule" in the left side menu to find the Womens Basketball game vs. Regis.
|Sunday, November 18, 2012
Congratulations to Tufts Field Hockey: DIVISION III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
|Wednesday, November 7, 2012
NCAA Field Hockey First Round Game Info
UPDATED 2:08PM -- THE STREAM IS LIVE.
Assuming that our laptop doesn't blow off the scaffolding this afternoon, in collaboration with the Tufts Athletics Department, JumboCast will be presenting live video of the first round contest between the Jumbos and Castleton St. in the 2012 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship. The link to the right will be live a few minutes before 2:00 p.m. EST this afternoon. Thanks for watching!
|Saturday, October 27, 2012
NO Field Hockey
Sorry for the inconvenience (and the misleading post that said we had the feed up). The IP address for the braodband card we are using for the feed switches every so often, so we cannot estabilsh a consistent address to stream from. We are so sorry for the inconvenience.
The Jumbos are up 2-0, with less than 5 minutes to play. Go Bo's!
|Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Men's Soccer, Field Hockey today
Thanks for your patience with us as we continue our joint effort with the Tufts Athletics department to get more Jumbo games webcasted, even if these events are single-game-camera presentations with (sometimes) no announcer audio.
We will continue this push this afternoon, with (hopefully!) webcasts of both men's soccer at 3 p.m. , and field hockey at 6 p.m.. Just a note -- some of these new games are being webcasted in Flash, so you'll need a Flash player to view the games. More info is on the player page.
|Friday, October 19, 2012
Links to soccer webcasts
Hi folks... for a variety of reasons, we're going to be webcasting the Tufts soccer games on Saturday in Flash, so that will necessitate separate links for the games. The links are:
Women's Soccer @ noon
Men's Soccer @ 2:30pm
Please use these links, and IGNORE the links under the 'Now Playing' panel on the home page.
Thanks for watching!
|Sunday, September 30, 2012
UPDATE: Tufts vs. Bates Soccer Broadcasts will not be occuring.
We apologize for the inconvience. There was an unforeseen error with the camera connection.
|Saturday, September 22, 2012
Thank you for your patience. We now have a live feed set up. Sorry for the inconvenience. Go Jumbos!
|Thursday, May 17, 2012
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Semifinals vs. Cortland St.
We are working out logistical details of getting a webcast of the men's lacrosse game vs. Cortland St. scheduled for this Sunday afternoon on JumboCast. Cortland does not provide live streams of lacrosse games, so we are exploring the possibility of sending equipment with the Jumbos, some of whom may be able to work the production. The game has tentatively been released on our schedule, but is not confirmation that the webcast will happen. Look here for updated details as we make progress.
[UPDATE] The Jumbos will attempt to setup the equipment in an effort to get a live stream going. Because of many unknowns at the Cortland site, we may encounter issues during the broadcast. We will be doing our best to ensure good connectivity, but will be unable to provide technical support during this game.
|Tuesday, May 15, 2012
NCAA Quarterfinals Inclement Weather
Weather reports are expecting rain and thunderstorms on Wednesday during the NCAA Quarterfinals between Tufts and RIT. Thunderstorms will impact the game time, and any inclement weather may cause difficulties for us. We will do our best to cope with the situations, so we apologize in advance for any technical difficulties you experience. We will be monitoring the stream and will post any relevant news updates here. Thank you for your patience.
|Sunday, April 29, 2012
Tufts to Host Men's Lacrosse NESCAC Championships
After this past weekend's victory over Amherst in Men's Lacrosse, Tufts will host the remaining games in the NESCAC tournament. You will be able to view all 3 of these games here on JumboCast, so be sure to tune in!
|Monday, March 26, 2012
Hello Jumbo fans!
You may have noticed that our spring schedule looks rather sparse so far. While this normally happens at the beginning of each season as we work on logistics, we will also not be streaming games for the first couple weeks of this season. This is due to the fact that JumboCast will soon have a production vehicle which will allow us to stream more games while making things easier for our staff. We need some time to get everything set up, and hope that this will payoff in the long run. We apologize for any inconvenience, and we'll be working to get things going as soon as possible. Make sure to check our schedule regularly as we update it. We appreciate your understanding.
|Friday, March 2, 2012
NCAA Women's Basketball on JumboCast!!
We hope you enjoyed our 1st round coverage of the NCAA Women's Basketball tournament on Friday. The Jumbos advanced to the 2nd round and will face off against Johns Hopkins on Saturday at 7pm. Be sure to tune in!
|Thursday, February 16, 2012
Hockey on JumboCast!!
We are pleased to announce that we will be attempting to webcast Tufts ice hockey games this weekend! The games will be simulcast on FAST Hockey. To watch the games, click here.
Please note that during previous attempts to stream hockey games, we have encountered a variety of issues. As such, we are not able to provide technical support for connectivity issues. We will be monitoring the stream during the games to ensure everything is working on our end, but be aware issues may arise.
|Wednesday, September 21, 2011
For many of the sports we cover, coaches have asked us to keep archives offline, at least for the athletic season. As such, no archives will be posted until the end of the season.
Archives are only listed on our website if we have the digital file from our broadcast. Games we have covered so far this season will not appear on that page until we post the files. Thank you for your patience.
|Friday, September 16, 2011
Fan the Fire with Tufts Soccer!
After a modest attempt to webcast soccer this past week, we will again be at Kraft Field to bring you both the men's and women's soccer games on Saturday this weekend. While we did encounter connectivity issues during our test broadcast, and expect to continually encounter problems, we will do our best to keep the stream up. Please be aware that we will be constantly monitoring our connection, so if you are unable to connect, we are aware of the issue and working to solve the problem.
Additionally, we will be broadcasting the game on our beta site, where Mac users may have a better viewing experience.
|Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Testing Soccer Webcasts
On Wednesday 9/14, we will be testing our capabilities of webcasting soccer during the women's game against Keene St. We will make the link active on our website, but please be aware that we expect to encounter issues as Kraft Field is not fully equipped to meet all of our needs. If all goes well, we will consider our ability to webcast soccer games this coming weekend. Stay tuned!
|Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Fall 2011 Season Underway!
Greetings folks! We are currently in the process of determining a schedule for the fall season, so keep an eye on the schedule for updates. Our first match of the year will be this Saturday as the Middlebury Panthers visit Tufts to take on the Jumbos in field hockey.
|Friday, May 27, 2011
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament
The Division III NCAA Championship Game between Tufts and Salisbury will be streamed online by the NCAA at 7pm on Sunday 5/29. You can access the stream to that game and more here.
The Tufts Athletics Department also has extensive coverage of all the media related to the men's lacrosse team. You can access the page here.
Good luck Jumbos!
|Sunday, May 8, 2011
Sunday Webcast Update
Folks, as many of you know, our internet connection at Spicer (softball) and Bello (lacrosse) fields is via a wireless access point that, on its best days, barely reaches the fields. We have had decent connectivity from this point on Friday and Saturday, but unfortunately, for reasons that are not at the moment clear or resolvable, we do not have network connectivity this morning.
This, obviously, affects our ability to webcast the NESCAC softball and men's lacrosse championship games.
We are trying to hastily transition over to another connection; this one will be much lower bandwidth, and at best, we may present audio-only coverage of the two championships.
This is as disheartening to us as it to you; know that we are doing our best to get back online and present today's webcasts in some fashion. We will post updates on the home page as soon as they become available.
|Saturday, May 7, 2011
Games for the NESCAC Softball and Men's Lacrosse Championships have been temporarily suspended due to weather. Please check the Tufts Athletics Website for updates. As of now, the weather is expected to clear in about an hour, at which point we hope to continue coverage.
[UPDATE] Today's softball games are likely to be postponed. The Trinity vs. Middlebury men's lacrosse semifinal will likely be played, but unfortunately will not be webcast. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will be updating our schedule accordingly once we have more information.
[UPDATE 2] The remaining softball games are being played tomorrow, beginning at 9am. We will work to cover as many games as possible and will release them on our schedule page if we are able to staff them. Please not that times listen on our schedule are estimates and are subject to change depending on previous games.
The men's lacrosse championship game will be webcast as originally scheduled.
|Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Tufts University Athletics and JumboCast are working to bring you the 2011 NESCAC Softball and Men's Lacrosse Championships online. We hope to have a consistent and reliable internet connection for the weekend - we appreciate your patience if we experience any technical difficulties. Also, please be aware the weather forecast for Saturday predicts a good chance for rain showers. If there are any adjustments made to the schedule, either by the Athletics Department or JumboCast, we will post an update here.
All of our streams will also be placed on our beta website where Mac users may have a better viewing experience.
Good luck this weekend, Jumbos!
|Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Wild Weekend Weather
JumboCast will do our best to bring you as many games as possible this weekend. The Jumbos spring seasons are in full swing. We will be updating the schedule as soon as we can confirm our ability to cover games.
Please keep in mind that Boston is expected to receive a few inches of snow on Friday, which may impact our coverage. We will be sure to post updates here with any unforeseen changes.
Good luck this weekend Jumbos!
[UPDATE #1] The baseball and softball games have all been pushed back one day. We have updated our schedule accordingly. For other potential changes, check the Tufts Athletics website.
[UPDATE #2] We will be testing our beta website during Sunday's 12pm baseball game. Users with a Mac may have a better viewing experience using the beta player. If you would like to check it out, click here.
|Friday, March 11, 2011
Lacrosse Season Opener
Due to technical difficulties, we have been forced to cancel today's broadcast. We apologize for the inconvenience.
|Saturday, February 19, 2011
In between the winter and spring seasons, JumboCast will take a very short hiatus as Tufts gears up for another exciting season of baseball, softball, lacrosse, and others. We will have a couple non-athletic events to bring you in the meantime, so be sure to tune in!
|Thursday, January 20, 2011
Spring Semester is Upon Us!
Even though most of Boston is still covered in snow (and even more is on the way), classes start at Tufts today! That means that we will be gearing up to bring you the remainder of the winter athletic season, followed by the entire spring season in a couple months. Make sure to keep an eye on our schedule for the most up-to-date listing of games we plan to cover. Good luck this season, Jumbos!
|Friday, December 17, 2010
JumboCast will be on hiatus during the winter break. We will resume games at the end of January when classes begin again.
We are also excited to announce our new executive board for the spring semester! Be sure to check the staff page for more information.
|Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Tune in for the last two JumboCast productions of the semester! Women's basketball on Saturday, 12/4 and Saturday, 12/11.
|Monday, November 8, 2010
End of Fall Season on JumboCast
There are no more planned webcasts of Tufts athletic events for the fall season as we enter the NCAA regional tournaments. That doesn't mean it's the end of the season for the Jumbos, though! Both volleyball and field hockey teams received at-large bids to the NCAA. Be sure to stay up on all the action by checking the Tufts Athletics Department website.
In the coming weeks, we will be reviewing the men's and women's basketball schedules to determine our tentative webcast schedule. Archives from the fall season will be released upon completion of the NCAA tournament for each of the Tufts teams competing in them.
|Saturday, November 6, 2010
Field Hockey Broadcast
We are experiencing problems with the internet signal at Bello Field where the field hockey games are being played. We are doing our best to fix the situation, but some of the problems are beyond our control. We should have most of the archive available after the tournament, and will be streaming tomorrow's championship game (hopefully without any technical difficulties). Sorry for the inconvenience, and go Jumbos!
|Wednesday, November 3, 2010
This Weekend in JumboCast
We have updated our schedule to reflect our projected availability to cover games this weekend. Please note that this schedule may change due to staff availability or other unforeseen circumstances.
|Sunday, October 31, 2010
We are currently experiencing some difficulties. We appreciate your patience as we attempt to resolve the problem. Thank you.
|Wednesday, October 27, 2010
We are currently trying to assemble members to staff NESCAC playoff games. Unfortunately, Kraft Field (where the soccer teams play) does not have a reliable enough internet connection for us to stream. As such, we will attempt to schedule in field hockey playoff games instead, starting with the quarterfinals this Sunday afternoon. Please keep an eye on the schedule as we will be updating it upon any developments. Go Jumbos!
|Saturday, October 16, 2010
We apologize for any interruptions you may have experienced during today's volleyball webcast. We suffered some minor technical difficulties that interrupted the stream, but not the recordings. We will be releasing the volleyball archives at the end of the season, so be sure to check back there to view them.
|Monday, September 27, 2010
JumboCast & The Tufts Daily!
JumboCast is working with the sports blog of the Tufts Daily (The Score) to produce highlight segments of games that we cover. You can see the first of such posts on the Daily website here. There was a faulty camera connection the day of our webcast, which is the reason for the flickering of the video you see. Be sure to check back with The Score for more Jumbo Sports updates, as well as more JumboCast highlights!
|Saturday, September 25, 2010
Jumbo Sports Kickoff Today!
Join us here on JumboCast today as we begin our coverage of Tufts' athletics for the year. At noon today the Jumbos take on Hamilton College football squad at Zinnman Field. We'll be bringing you full coverage including game reports and instant replay. Be sure to tune in!
|Saturday, September 25, 2010
Jumbo Sports Kickoff Today!
Join us here on JumboCast today as we begin our coverage of Tufts' athletics for the year. At noon today the Jumbos take on Hamilton College football squad at Zinnman Field. We'll be bringing you full coverage including game reports and instant replay. Be sure to tune in!
|Monday, September 6, 2010
Welcome back Jumbo fans! Classes at Tufts University start tomorrow, and with that another season of amazing sports to be covered here on JumboCast! We are currently in the process of finalizing and releasing our fall schedule. Nothing is ever set in stone, and even if it is posted on the website, it may change. When something is released on the schedule, it means we are confident that we will be able to cover and stream that game. There may be other games we are planning that just haven't been released yet. Check here for our most up-to-date schedule.
|Thursday, July 29, 2010
Small Updates and Changes
We have just recently updated the Staff page to reflect the positions held for the Fall of 2010. When attempting to contact us, please use the information on that page to seek out the correct person. You may also continue to email GM@JumboCast.com to contact the General Manager.
In the near future, we will also be updating other portions of our website to contain the most up-to-date information. If you notice anything that you think should be updated, please send an e-mail here with the relevant information.
|Sunday, May 30, 2010
The Waiting Is Over... Men's Lacrosse Wins Tufts First National Title
Ladies and Gentleman, today Tufts men's lacrosse team defeated Salisbury State to win the first national championship in Tufts history. Congratulations to Coach Daly and the entire Jumbos squad. We hope you enjoyed watching all of the games we've done all year on JumboCast, and cannot wait until Tufts sports resume next semester. In the meantime feel free to check out our archive section, it will be up all summer long.
|Sunday, May 23, 2010
Men's Lacrosse National Semifinal game
JumboCast will be presenting the national semifinal game of the 2010 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship this afternoon, as the Jumbos take on the Red Dragons of SUNY Cortland in Cortland, NY. Game time is 1:00 p.m. EDT.
And congratulations to all the graduating seniors in Tufts' class of 2010!
|Saturday, May 15, 2010
JumboCast will be covering the Men's Lacrosse NCAA Quarterfinals vs. Middlebury on Wednesday.
Mac users click this to watch the games without a problem
|Friday, May 7, 2010
A fix for Mac Users
Mac Users, we understand that in that there are problems with newer operating systems. For this championship weekend, we have made accommodations by opening up a preview of our new beta site. Click on this link in order to watch both the Men's Lacrosse and Baseball Tournaments.
Mac users click this to watch the games without a problem
Please realize that this is only a beta site, which means it is not fully operation and may be buggy. There is a possibility that the webcast still may not work for you. If this is the case we do indeed apologize, we are working on the problem.
|Saturday, May 1, 2010
Welcome to May everyone! While the school year is winding down, Jumbocast still has plenty more coverage for you. We kick off the month with a NESCAC Quarterfinal between #2 Tufts and #7 Williams. Hope to see you there!
|Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Join us for Senior Night for the Men's Lacrosse team and our final regular season cast of the semester. They will take on Bowdoin as they look to steal first place from Connecticut College. Cast will be up at 7 pm. See you then!
|Sunday, April 18, 2010
Tufts Baseball Sunday 4/18
At the end of the first game of today's double header, we experienced some brief technical difficulties. We were able to broadcast the end of the game as Tufts won in the bottom of the 10th inning with a solo walk-off home run.
Due to time constraints, however, we will be unable to bring you the second game today. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. Please keep checking our schedule as we update it for the remainder of the season.
|Friday, April 16, 2010
Please note that due to inclement weather, this weekend's athletic events have been shifted around slightly. We appreciate your patience as JumboCast works to accommodate the changes. Be sure to check our schedule page as we iron everything out. For the most up-to-date athletic schedules, please check the Tufts Athletic website.
|Sunday, April 11, 2010
Baseball Doubleheader Update
Unfortunately, due to crew constraints we are unable to bring you today's doubleheader. Please, understand that our members are college students who are asked to keep many balls in the air at once. Thank you for understanding.
|Friday, April 9, 2010
Men's Baseball Game Postponed
Today's Baseball game vs. Colby has been postponed until tomorrow. Furthermore, the double header scheduled for tomorrow has been pushed to Sunday. Please, stay tuned to the JumboCast website as we are assesing how we may make accomodations for this change in schedule.
|Saturday, April 3, 2010
Softball Double Header Technical Snafu
We apologize for any difficulties in viewing today's broadcast of the Tufts vs. Bowdoin softball doubleheader. The internet connection at Spicer Field is not as reliable as we would prefer. The games will be available in the archive on JumboCast.com. Thanks for your viewership!
|Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tune in to JumboCast for the start of the spring season! We hope to kick things off with a softball double header this Saturday. Please keep an eye on the schedule as we will continually be updating it throughout the season. All of the teams are well on their way to a successful season so far, so be sure to watch them here on JumboCast! Go Jumbos!
|Saturday, March 13, 2010
Women's Lacrosse Webcast Cancelled
Due to incliment weather, we will be unable to webcast today's women's lacrosse game against Amherst. We apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused. We still hope to bring you the men's lacrosse home opener on Tuesday.
|Thursday, March 11, 2010
Lacrosse Seasn Kickoff
The Tufts' lacrosse season is about to begin, and Jumbocast will be there to give you all the action from the home opener for both teams. Join us at noon on Saturday as the women take on Amherst, and again at 3:30 on Tuesday as the men take on Lasell. See you at the Game!
|Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Join us Saturday as the 4th seed Tufts Jumbos take on the 5th seed Bowdoin Polar Bears in Conference Quarterfinal action at Cousens Gymnasium.
|Saturday, February 6, 2010
Senior Day for Men's and Women's Basketball!
Join JumboCast as we showcase men's and women's basketball against the Amherst College Lord Jeff's today. Both Tufts teams will also be recognizing their graduating seniors, so be sure to tune in!
|Saturday, February 6, 2010
Tufts Men's Basketball Senior Day!
Join JumboCast as we showcase men's basketball against the Amherst College Lord Jeff's today. The Jumbos will also be recognizing their graduating seniors, so be sure to tune in!
|Thursday, January 28, 2010
Remaining Winter Schedule is Up!
The remainder of the Jumbocast schedule for Men's and Women's basketball is now up on the schedule page. It focuses largely around back to back double headers on Feb. 5 and 6, including a Women's game between national #1 Amherst and #10 Tufts at 2:00 pm Saturday. See you there!
|Thursday, January 21, 2010
The continuation of the winter season on JumboCast starts this weekend with double headers of men's and women's basketball. Due to a new scheduling directive in the NESCAC, men's and women's teams travel together so all basketball games will be back-to-back. Please keep an eye on our schedule as we will be updating it very shortly.
|Saturday, December 5, 2009
Winter Season on JumboCast!
Help JumboCast as we kickoff the winter sports season with the Big 4 Challenge in Cousens Gym, where the Tufts University Jumbos take on the Babson College Beavers at 7pm on Saturday, December 5. Also be sure to keep an eye on our schedule as we continue to update it.
|Thursday, November 12, 2009
Hey Mac Users!
If you are trying to view our webcasts on a Mac, you may find a better experience trying to access them from the JumboCast beta site. Once at the beta site, please be sure to click on the appropriate link for the game you would like to view. Enjoy!
|Saturday, November 7, 2009
We are unable to bring you the Connecticut College - Williams College Volleyball Semifinal as we are experiencing technical difficulties. Williams won the match 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 27-25). We apologize for the inconvenience.
The NESCAC championship match between Williams and Tufts will take place tomorrow at noon EST at Cousens Gym. We will be bringing you the action live on JumboCast.
|Friday, November 6, 2009
Join JumboCast as we begin our webcasts of the Women's NESCSAC Volleyball Tournament for this weekend. The first game will take place tonight at 5pm as the No. 8 seed Wesleyan takes on the hosting No. 1 seeded Tufts University Jumbos in the first quarterfinal matchup.
Our schedule will be updated periodically to reflect results as they occur.
|Sunday, November 1, 2009
Women's Soccer Canceled
Due to technical difficulties, we will not be broadcasting today womens soccer NESCAC quarterfinal match between Trinty and Tufts. We understand that many of you were looking forward to the game and we appoligize for any inconvenience, this was not forseen.
|Saturday, October 31, 2009
Hey all, sorry that we've been experiencing technical difficulties of late, however, we will be broadcasting both the women's field hockey and women's soccer playoffs tomorrow.
|Friday, March 27, 2009
Spring Season Kickoff
Join JumboCast as we kick off our coverage of the spring athletic season. After a rocky start, the baseball team will try to regroup as they take on fellow NESCAC East team, Bates. In addition, the Men's Lacrosse team will battle Wesleyan in a battle of two of the top lacrosse programs in the country.
|Saturday, March 7, 2009
JumboCast will resume its coverage of Tufts athletics following spring break. Please check back at this website for the latest scheduling information.
|Thursday, February 26, 2009
Watch the Men's Swimming and Diving team compete for a conference championship this weekend at Wesleyan University. Coverage begins Friday, February 27th at 6 pm, courtesy of D3Cast (www.D3Cast.com)
|Monday, February 16, 2009
The playoffs are finally here! Join us for the NESCAC Quarterfinal as the third seeded Jumbos battle the sixth seeded Wesleyan Cardinals on Saturday February 21st.
JumboCast also invites you to watch coverage of the NESCAC Women's Swimming and Diving Championship from February 20-22 at www.d3cast.com
|Friday, February 6, 2009
Winter Season Winds Down
The regular season is coming to an exciting end. Tune into JumboCast as the Women's Basketball team fights for a chance to become the #1 seed in the NESCAC, and watch as the Men's team battles for a playoff spot down the stretch.
Also, JumboCast is proud to webcast "The Mates Present: Stimulus Package" featuring the Amalgamtes, Tufts oldest coed a capella group. The show will take place on Friday February 6 at 8 pm.
|Saturday, January 31, 2009
Hockey Webcast Cancelled
Unfortunately, JumboCast was forced to cancel today's broadcast of Men's Ice Hockey vs. Hamilton College. Due to inadequate internet connectivity and a minor electrical fire that resulted in a camera short-out, we are unable to stream from the Malden Valley Forum. These problems were unforeseen and are related to the infrastructure of the hockey arena. We understand that many fans were excited for this webcast and we shared your sentiments. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to bring you Ice Hockey in the future. Please tune in to our webcast of Women's Basketball as they face the Connecticut College Camels.
|Monday, January 19, 2009
Winter Season Rolls On
JumboCast's coverage of the winter season continues. Keep checking our schedule as the Men's Basketball team and the nationally ranked Women's Basketball team battle for NESCAC supremacy.
In addition, be on the lookout for coverage of the Men's Swim team and the Jumbos Ice Hockey squad.
A note on the archives: we are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our archive server. We are working as quickly as possible to find a solution. Thank you for understanding.
|Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Welcome back JumboCast viewers. We hope you all had a relaxing break and are recharged for the upcoming semester.
Our 2009 coverage kicks off with the #12 Women's Basketball team beginning its NESCAC schedule with a match up against Williams on Friday at 7 pm, followed by Middlebury on Saturday at 3 pm.
Keep checking our schedule for coverage during the semester.
|Saturday, December 13, 2008
With the fall semester over, we would like to take some time to reflect on what a successful year it has been already for JumboCast.
These past few months have been historic: for the nation, Tufts Athletics, and JumboCast. On November 4th, we began the busiest two weeks in JumboCast history, starting with our most adventurous production to date: the, epic, four hour JumboCast Election Night Special. Involving every group member in some capacity, JumboCast forayed into the world of news for the first time with great success, and even obtained a live interview with Tufts President, Lawrence Bacow.
JumboCast returned to the sporting realm that weekend by providing live coverage of both the Field Hockey and Volleyball NESCAC Championships, live from Tufts University. Although both teams fell short of conference titles, they both earned the right to host their respective regional rounds of the NCAA Tournament the next weekend. What followed was another history making event for JumboCast: seventeen webcasts over a four day span.
We at JumboCast would like to thank our loyal viewers for their continued support this semester. We hope you will rejoin us in January for our continuing coverage of the winter season, and have a happy and healthy holiday season!
|Sunday, November 30, 2008
End of the Semester
We at JumboCast hope everyone had a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
As the semester winds down, JumboCast brings you a week full of hoops, featuring the Men's Basketball team in action Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7 pm. Our final webcast of 2008 will take place this Saturday at 2 pm, featuring the nationally ranked (#20) Women's Basketball squad as well as the final appearance of the academic year by JumboCaster Teddy Minch. Join us in wishing him a fond farewell before he travels across the Atlantic to spend the Spring 2009 semester in London.
|Monday, November 24, 2008
JumboCast wishes all its viewers a happy and healthy Thanksgiving! We will resume our coverage of Tufts athletics following the break.
We would also like to congratulate the Tufts Field Hockey team on its historic season, in which they reached the NCAA Finals.
Furthermore, we would like to congratulate Women's Volleyball Coach Cora Thompson, and Field Hockey's Coach Tina McDavitt on their NESCAC coach of the year awards. Thompson was also awarded NEWVA Coach of the Year. We would also like to congratulate, Natalie Goldstein of the Women's Volleyball team and Margi Scholtes of the Field Hockey team on both of their NESCAC defensive player of the year awards. Further congratulations to Margi Scholtes on being named to the Div III All-American First Team, for her performance this season.
|Sunday, November 16, 2008
JumboCast would like to congratulate the Tufts Field Hockey team for advancing to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament! If you'd like to follow the action, visit the webcast, courtesy of Ursinus College.
Although the fall season is not over, the winter season is beginning! Please check back at our website for the winter schedule.
Finally, JumboCast has once again made history by producing ten webcasts in one weekend, reaching record viewership for both volleyball and field hockey contests. We would like to thank our viewers for their continued support and enthusiasm for JumboCast.
A note on the archives: we are currently working to update the archive section on our website. We are unable to archive the NCAA games because the NCAA owns the rights. Thank you for understanding.
|Monday, November 10, 2008
Despite coming up short in their respective bids for a NESCAC Championship, both the Tufts Volleyball and Field Hockey teams will be hosting Regional Championships in the NCAA Tournament.
The Volleyball New England Regional begins Thursday November 13th at 1 pm, with matches following at 3:30, 6:00 and 8:30, featuring Springfield, Tufts, Wellesley, Williams, Keene State, Endicott, Bridgewater and Maine Maritime. The Regional Semifinals will be Friday November 14th at 4:30 and 7 pm, with the Finals occuring on Saturday at 7 pm. Please check the schedule for more details.
The Jumbos Field Hockey squad, after receiving a first round bye, will square off against the winner of Springfield and Keene State on Saturday November 15th at 11:00 am, followed by The College of New Jersey taking on the winner of Christopher Newport and Johns Hopkins at 2:00 pm. The Regional Finals will take place on Sunday at 1:00 pm.
We invite you to join us as JumboCast provides full coverage of the Volleyball and Field Hockey New England Regional Championships.
|Wednesday, November 5, 2008
You Wanna Talk About Playoffs?
With our historic election coverage behind us, we now shift our focus to the NESCAC Playoffs. JumboCast will provide coverage of both the Field Hockey and Volleyball NESCAC Tournaments, which take place at Tufts University.
This Saturday, the nationally ranked, #2 Tufts Jumbos square off against # 9 Trinity at 11:00 am, followed by #4 Bowdoin vs. #6 Middlebury at 1:30 pm. The finals will occur on Sunday at 12:00 pm.
The NESCAC Volleyball Tournament begins this Friday, as the # 1 team in New England, the Jumbos, take on Bates College at 5:00 pm, followed by Amherst vs. Connecticut College at 8 pm. The semifinals will take place Saturday at 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm, and the finals Sunday at 12:00 pm.
We hope you join us for exciting NESCAC action, only on JumboCast.
|Wednesday, October 29, 2008
A Historic Week
The next week will be an eventful one for JumboCast, the Tufts community, and the United States. We invite you to be a part of it.
This Saturday at 12:30, the Jumbos Football squad will play its last home game, and the seniors on the team will play their last ever game at Zimman Field. Join us for Senior Day as the Jumbos look to defeat the Colby Mules.
On Sunday, the Field Hockey team, currently ranked #4 in the nation, and the only undefeated Field Hockey team in Divisions I, II and III, will host a first round NESCAC Tournament match on Bello Field at 1 pm vs. Colby. The Women's Soccer will also host Bowdoin in the first round of their NESCAC Tournament.
Then, JumboCast forays into new territory as we bring to you our Election Night coverage, live from the Mayer Campus Center on the Tufts campus. Join us as our team of anchors and reporters bring you up to the minute coverage of this historic election with both national and local perspectives. Our crew has devoted a lot of time to making this production, which will include a continuously updated electoral map and a documentary recounting the election, a success, and we hope you will be a part of something truly special.
|Monday, October 27, 2008
Volleyball Senior Night
We invite you to join us on Wednesday October 29th as we honor the seniors on the Tufts Volleyball team. The Jumbos will be taking on Worcester State in their final, regular season home match in Cousens Gymnasium.
|Thursday, October 23, 2008
Congratulations to Coach Samko and the Jumbos for vanquishing the Ephs on the gridiron last Saturday. JumboCast was proud to bring you every moment, and you can go to our archives to view the historic victory.
In addition to that achievement, extra congrats go to senior running back Wil Forde as this week's recipient of the Golden Helmet given to the top New England football player in Division II/III.
|Saturday, October 18, 2008
JumboCast invites you to watch the Tufts University football team take on Williams. The Jumbos will try to defeat the Ephs for the first time in twenty-two years.
Due to it being Parents Weekend, many JumboCast staffers are spending quality time with their loved ones. It is for this reason that we are only able to produce one webcast this weekend. We thank you for understanding.
|Thursday, October 2, 2008
Tufts Volleyball Invitational
JumboCast invites you to watch the annual Tufts University Volleyball Invitational. Fresh off being ranked the #1 team in New England, watch Tufts take on former nationally ranked Elmhurst Friday night at 7 pm. Saturday afternoon, check out the Jumbos take on the rival MIT Engineers at 4 pm. JumboCast will have coverage of all kills, digs and blocks the entire weekend.
|Monday, September 29, 2008
JumboCast Weekend Recap
|Saturday, September 27, 2008
Homecoming (weather update)
Unfortunatly, due to incliment conditions at Kraft field, we have been forced to cancel our coverage of Men's and Women's soccer today. However, please watch our coverage of the Tufts Football Team as they take on Bates at 1pm. Pregame show to start at 12:50pm
|Thursday, September 25, 2008
It's that time of year again: Homecoming 2008! We've got a great weekend of Tufts sports ahead.
JumboCast kicks things off Friday night with volleyball for the second round of the prestigious MIT Tournament. Then on Saturday, join us for both Men's and Women's soccer (weather permitting) and of course, football. We hope you invite JumboCast into your homes this Homecoming weekend.
|Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Tufts vs. Brandeis Volleyball
We apologize for the technical difficulties regarding the Tufts vs. Brandeis volleyball match. The game will be available in its entirety in the archives shortly following its conclusion.
|Saturday, September 20, 2008
Jumbos are triumphant
Like Napolean, conquering Europe the Jumbos went two for two in JumboCast-covered games. Field Hockey struck first against the Lady Camels and never looked back, tallying up there second shutout off the season.
The Jumbos also took the fight to Zimman Field, defeating the Wesleyan College Cardinals by a score of 20-14, with a strong come from behind second half win.
Please note that all of today's game have been added to the archives. We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences you may have had accessing today's Field Hockey game.
|Thursday, September 18, 2008
Fall Season Kickoff
Are you ready for some football? How about some field hockey? JumboCast has you covered.
Check out the Jumbos Football team square off against Wesleyan as they begin their quest for the 2008 NESCAC crown. Also, watch the twelfth in the nation Tufts Field Hockey team take on Connecticut College in a NESCAC match. Both games begin at 1:00 p.m.
|Thursday, September 4, 2008
Welcome back JumboCast viewers. We hope you had a great summer and are now ready for the Tufts University fall athletic season. We have some new things in mind for this year so be on the look out as we get set to resume live audio and video coverage of the Jumbos in action.
As always, we are looking for new members so if you are interested please attend our General Interest Meeting on Wednesday, September 10th at 8 pm in the Large Conference Room in the Campus Center.
Also, check out our youtube page at http://www.youtube.com/user/JumboCast to see the latest JumboCast commercials!
|Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Spring sports update
A few words to pass along regarding some of the teams appearing on JumboCast this spring...
Although the seasons for both of the Tufts lacrosse teams ended sooner than expected, JumboCast would like to congratulate women's head coach Carol Rappoli and men's head coach Mike Daly for getting their respective clubs into the NESCAC tournament and earning the right to host a first round game.
We would also like to wish the best to softball head coach Cheryl Milligan and baseball coach John Casey whose teams will also be competing in their sports' upcoming NESCAC tournaments. Be sure to check back here regarding possible webcasts of those tournament games.
|Saturday, April 5, 2008
Due to a technical issue with the Tufts Wireless Network coverage at the Lower Athletic Fields, JumboCast has been unable to offer live webcasts of spring events thus far. However, we are making every effort to work with Tufts University IT Services and get the capability back as soon as possible.
In the meantime, we will be uploading games to the archive server as soon as they are completed for your viewing enjoyment. We have recently added the Tufts Softball games from April 5, 2008. They can be found in the Archives.
|Friday, March 28, 2008
Spring Season Weekend Kickoff
This weekend's Softball games have been indefinitely postponed. Stay tuned to the Tufts Athletics Page for more updates.
|Thursday, March 27, 2008
Spring Season Webcasting Begins
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We are pleased to announce the beginning of the Spring Webcasting season with a 6 planned games this weekend. The Softball team starts off the action with a NESCAC game against Bowdoin on Friday afternoon. On Saturday, the Softball team returns to action with a doubleheader against the Polar Bears beginning at noon. Due to unplayable conditions, the Baseball team has moved their away-scheduled games against Bates to Huskins Field. We will be providing the game coverage at 2:30PM on Saturday. The wild weekend concludes on Sunday, when the Baseball team plays two against Bates, with action beginning at 12.
Please note: all webcasts will be weather-permitting. Though the teams may still play, we may not be able to provide coverage due to the best interests of our broadcasting equipment. Announcements will be posted on this website.
Thanks for your viewership, and we look forward to providing you with all of this weekend's action.
|Sunday, March 16, 2008
Relive the Season
Now that there is a conclusion to the magical Women's Basketball Season, relive the history-making year by watching the broadcasts of the games in archives. Track the team as they started with program record 12 game winning streak, followed by a 26 total win year, also a program high. With a tremendous run through the NCAA Tournament and finishing among the top 8 teams in the country, the Jumbos established themselves across the region and country. Everyone at JumboCast extends the heartiest congratulations to Coach Berube, her staff and the team. This concludes our Winter Sports coverage, but check back in the spring for more action! Go Jumbos!
|Friday, March 14, 2008
With a thrilling victory over #5 nationally ranked University of Mary Washington, the Jumbos of Tufts University advance to the Elite 8, Sectional Final game against host school Messiah College. All of us at JumboCast extend our congratulations to the Coach Berube's squad for their exciting upset victory on Friday night. Stay tuned for live presentation of Saturday's game at 7PM here on JumboCast.
|Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Oh How Sweet it is!
The Tufts Women's Basketball team has advanced to the Sectional Round of the NCAA Tournament, the beloved "Sweet 16" round of play. Congratulations to Coach Berube's squad for victories over Wheaton College of Massachusetts and Mt. St. Mary's College this past weekend.
JumboCast is pleased to announce the live webcast of the games from the host site at Messiah College this Friday, March 14 at 5:30PM. Please join us as we follow the squad in their continued march through the NCAA Championship tournament. Many thanks go to the generous hosts at Messiah College for their assistance in providing coverage.
|Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Tufts Women's Hoops are Dancin'
Congratulations to the Women's Basketball team for their first NCAA Championship Tournament victory in team history! The Jumbos move on to face site host Mt. St. Mary's College in the Second Round of the Tournament. We will be back with live action at 5PM. GO JUMBOS!
All of us at JumboCast would like to congratulate Women's Basketball Head Coach Carla Berube and her 23-3 Jumbos for earning the first NCAA Tournament berth in the 36-year history of the program, and we wish the team well in their opening round matchup vs. Wheaton College this Friday at Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh, NY.
|Thursday, February 28, 2008
NESCAC Tournament coverage
D3Cast will present the semi-finals and finals of the 2008 NESCAC Men's and Women's Basketball championships at Amherst's LeFrak Gymnasium this weekend.
All links to webcasts involving the Tufts Women's Basketball team can be found on this page; for all other NESCAC tournament games you can find the links at the D3Cast site.
|Saturday, February 16, 2008
...to the Tufts Women's Basketball team and Head Coach Carla Berube on the first twenty-win season in school history and for the team's first win over Bowdoin in thirteen years. With a pair of victories on the final weekend of the regular season the Jumbos (21-2, 7-2) are the #2 seed going into the NESCAC tournament and will host the seventh seeded Middlebury Panthers (who they defeated 61-46 on February 8) this Saturday at 3:00pm. Tune in to JumboCast for exclusive coverage of this quarterfinal tournament game.
|Friday, February 15, 2008
The Tufts Women's Basketball team (19-2, 5-2 NESCAC) will attempt to make school history this weekend as they try for their first-ever 20-win season. Standing in their way tonight is perennially tough Bowdoin (17-5, 6-1), the defending seven-time NESCAC tournament champions who are once again atop the conference standings. If the Jumbos can pull out a win over the Polar Bears it will be their first this decade against their NESCAC rival, having not defeated them since December of 1994.
JumboCast is proud to bring you exclusive coverage of tonight’s important contest as well as tomorrow’s game versus Colby, as Coach Berube’s squad is involved in a very tight battle for conference tournament seeding. Every win counts on this final weekend of the NESCAC regular season, so make sure to click on the links for live coverage right here only on JumboCast.
We also hope you'll continue checking this page for further updates of upcoming NESCAC tournament coverage.
|Friday, January 18, 2008
NESCAC GAME KICK-OFF TONIGHT
We hope your Holiday break went well and we would like to welcome you back with great action tonight. Tufts University Women's Basketball team goes up against Amherst Lord Jeffs. The Jumbos are ranked 14 in the nation and the Lord Jeffs are ranked 22. Come watch as both teams try to remain undefeated in this epic battle of two powerhouses of the NESCAC.
|Thursday, December 13, 2007
The first half of the Tufts winter sports season is complete but there will be plenty more games and webcasts coming up in the new year. Please keep an eye on the schedule for all the latest updates.
All of us at JumboCast would like to take this time and wish all of our loyal supporters a very happy, healthy and safe holiday season and look forward to hearing from you again in 2008!
|Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Winter Season Underway
The winter season is underway and JumboCast has you covered. Keep checking back at this website for schedule updates as we provide coverage of Tufts athletics during the winter months.
|Monday, November 19, 2007
We at JumboCast would like to wish all of our viewers a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. Please check back at this site for updates on our winter schedule
|Thursday, November 8, 2007
Change of the seasons
Congratulations to the Tufts field hockey team for their first NCAA tournament win in school history this week, an impressive win over New England College. The Jumbos will next play Saturday morning in Salisbury, MD against a Sea Gulls program bidding for their fourth national championship in the last five years. All of us at JumboCast wish Tina McDavitt's team the best as they prepare for their second-round matchup.
Tufts football won't be participating in the NCAAs, but coach Bill Samko's squad does have a chance to claim a share of the NESCAC football crown and finish with the most wins since 2001 when they host Middlebury College in their regular season finale Saturday. It's also Seniors Day at Zimman Field, which is always an emotional day for all involved. JumboCast is pleased to present live coverage of this gridiron clash.
And with the winter sports season quickly approaching, please stay tuned for more news on this page regarding the upcoming schedule of webcasts. As always, your support of JumboCast is greatly appreciated.
|Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Congratulations to Tufts head field hockey coach Tina McDavitt and her entire squad on not only qualifying for the 24-team NCAA Tournament but also for getting the opportunity to host an opening-round game.
The 12-4 Jumbos will take on the 14-6 Pilgrims of New England College at 4:00pm EST Wednesday afternoon at Bello Field and JumboCast is pleased to bring you live coverage of this exciting matchup.
|Saturday, November 3, 2007
Three Tufts teams are in action today competing for a NESCAC Championship Tournament title. Women's Soccer takes on Bowdoin at 1:30 live from Williams College. You can catch that game from our friends at D3Cast.
Meanwhile, at 3:30, the Volleyball team faces Williams live from Amherst College. The coverage is also courtesy of D3Cast, but features a JumboCast crew. Field Hockey will play at 1:00PM, with coverage brought to you by Bowdoin College.
|Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Thanks for your loyal following this fall season as most of the sports wrap up their regular season schedules and head into the NESCAC playoffs.
In the meantime, we ask that you please bear with us as we attempt to get previous webcasts into the archive. We are encountering some technical difficulties with the football archives, but the Homecoming game vs. Bowdoin and the tremendous victory over Trinity will all be there.
Thanks again for your viewership. Please stay with us through this weekend as Football takes on Amherst on Saturday, while Women's Soccer and Field Hockey start the first round of NESCAC play on Sunday.
|Thursday, October 11, 2007
Homecoming may be past but the fall is filled with plenty more webcasts of Tufts sports and other events. As always, keep an eye on the schedule page for all the latest updates.
|Monday, October 1, 2007
Ladies and Gentlemen,
This weekend is always one of the most exciting weekends of the year for Tufts athletics; it is Homecoming weekend.
Join us on Saturday, October 6 as we not only provide coverage of the Homecoming football game, but the Men's and Women's Soccer games as well. All three teams match up against Bowdoin. Then, tune in on Sunday afternoon for a Women's Volleyball conference match with Middlebury.
We hope you join us on what should be a fantastic weekend!
|Friday, September 28, 2007
Change in Volleyball start time
Due to delays at the Tufts Invitational Tournament, the game is forecast to start at about 8:30PM EST. Please stay tuned to the website for further updates as we get closer to the start of the game.
|Thursday, September 27, 2007
Volleyball this week
With most of the Tufts teams on the road this week, we have Volleyball presented live on Friday night. Stay tuned next week as we bring you all of the action from Homecoming weekend.
|Thursday, September 20, 2007
Volleyball, Soccer and Field Hockey on JumboCast
Ladies and Gentlemen,
This weekend, JumboCast is pleased to provide coverage of three Tufts sports teams. Please tune in Friday night at 8 pm as the Tufts Women's Volleyball team competes in the first round of the prestigious MIT Tournament.
Then, join us Saturday as we webcast both Women's Soccer and Women's Field Hockey at 11 am, and Men's Soccer at 1:30 pm.
|Saturday, September 15, 2007
Men's Soccer Game
Ladies and gentlemen, due to bad weather, we will no be Jumbocasting the Men's Soccer game agasint Middlebury today. But stay tuned for the Women's Game at 3:30.
|Friday, September 14, 2007
Apologies to our viewers
We had some technical difficulties with the live webcast; but have no fear, we have the game now available in the archives in its entirety. We apologize for any incovenience this may have caused.
|Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Happy (JumboCast) New Year!
A new season, a new school year and more of the best in Division 3 college sports comes your way right here on JumboCast.
We hope you can join us this Friday night at 8:00pm as the Jumbos and Ephs square off on the volleyball court to begin another exciting year of webcasts.
If you'd like to learn more about JumboCast and how you can become a part of this fun group, click on the 'staff' page link and send an email to either Steve Poon or Matt Kaufman who can give you more details about upcoming meetings you can attend.
As always, JumboCast would like to thank all of our loyal supporters and welcome any feedback or comments you may have.
|Saturday, July 21, 2007
NEIBA All-Star Game
Please note that Sunday's New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association All-Star Game from Fenway Park (scheduled to feature at least Brian Casey and Bryan McDavitt of the Jumbos) will be webcast on D3Cast. Enjoy!
|Sunday, May 13, 2007
We here at JumboCast would like to thank all of our viewers for joining us for another successful year. As our school year concludes so does our Athletics coverage, even though some teams are still competing for National Championships. If you would like to keep up with the latest Tufts Athletics news, feel free to visit the official website.
Thanks for choosing JumboCast, and we look forward to serving you again next year.
|Thursday, May 10, 2007
RE: lax fans
JumboCast would like to thank the over 300 folks who viewed our webcast of the Tufts-Endicott NCAA men's lacrosse opening-round game. Your loyalty is appreciated as JumboCast winds down another great year of collegiate sports coverage.
There are still plenty of NCAA women's lacrosse and baseball webcasts coming up this month on D3Cast; for more information please click on the link at the bottom of this page.
|Tuesday, May 8, 2007
NCAA Men's Lacrosse Action
The Men's Lacrosse team will take on Endicott the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Tournament. JumboCast will have all the action, live from Bello Field on the campus of Tufts University.
Mac users: If you're having problems with the live link above, try Alternate link #1 or Alternate link #2.
|Saturday, April 28, 2007
NESCAC Championship Webcast Info
Mac users: If you're having problems with the live link above, try Alternate softball link #1 or Alternate softball link #2 or Alternate lacrosse link #1 or Alternate lacrosse link #2 instead.
JumboCast is pleased to announce that it will present live video webcasts of the 2007 NESCAC Softball and Men's Lacrosse Championships.
The 2007 NESCAC Softball Championship will be held from Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 6 at Spicer Field at Tufts. JumboCast will webcast every game in this championship.
Tufts' Bello Field will be the site of the 2007 NESCAC Men's Lacrosse Championship semi-finals on Saturday, May 5 and the finals on Sunday, May 6, and all three of those games will be on JumboCast, as well.
See all the details in the JumboCast schedule, and enjoy the championships!!
|Friday, April 27, 2007
Still Having Those April Showers
*NOTE* Friday's Softball game has been postponed due to the weather.
The month is almost over, but Mother Nature is back with a vengence with more rain. Please bear with us this busy weekend as we wade through the Friday precipitation and Saturday's major Spring Fling Concert event on Campus.
Also, note that JumboCast will carry Saturday's men's lacrosse showdown with Middlebury, but that it will be audio-only. Thanks.
|Saturday, April 21, 2007
Ladies and Gentleman,
Due to technical difficulties at Bello Field, we are unable to present live coverage of the Bates vs. Tufts Men's Lacrosse game. The game will be available in the archives. We are working to ensure that everything will run smoothly for the remainder of the season.
|Thursday, April 19, 2007
Men's lax this weekend on JumboCast
NOTE: Last Friday's baseball game complete with bonus camera coverage is now available in the JumboCast archives.
Join us on Saturday to watch the men's lacrosse team attempt to bounce back from their first NESCAC loss of the season (at Williams) as they host Bates at 1:00. If Tufts wins their final three conference games they will clinch their first NESCAC regular season title, earn a first round bye and host the NESCAC tournament semifinals and finals on May 5 & 6.
Be forewarned of the Clem McNally factor: the Jumbos are 9-0 when he scores in a game this year, 0-2 when he doesn't. And Tufts' top goal scorer found the back of the net 11 times in two games against the Bobcats as a freshman last year.
|Tuesday, April 3, 2007
JumboCast would like to thank everyone who viewed our Tufts-WNEC men's lacrosse webcast and remind you that there are plenty of live games coming up throughout the month of April. Please click on our schedule page for all the dates and teams involved.
|Tuesday, April 3, 2007
Battle of the Unbeatens
The first full week of JumboCast's spring sports coverage kicks off with an exciting men's lacrosse matchup featuring two top ten-ranked and undefeated teams, #5 Tufts University (6-0) hosting #8 Western New England College (7-0). When these teams met in Springfield last season the Jumbos came from behind for an 11-10 victory, scoring the game-winning goal with just ten seconds left.
Join us tonight at 7:00pm for exclusive coverage of this game to help determine Massachusetts Division III men's lax supremacy, then come back this weekend for more men's lacrosse and baseball action here on JumboCast.
|Thursday, February 22, 2007
No JumboCast this weekend
Unfortunately, the NESCAC has contracted an independent company to webcast the Women's Basketball Championship Tournament. As a result, we do not have the rights nor the permission to webcast for our Tufts viewers. Information on the webcasts can be found at the NESCAC home page.
JumboCast, however, is going to help D3Cast.com provide coverage of the Men's Basketball tournament.
Thank you for your viewership this Winter Season. We hope you will join us when we pick up once again for the Spring Sports Season.
|Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Tufts Stampedes Into the Playoffs (almost)!
Ladies and Gentlemen, as always, we appreciate your viewership as we continue to provide more and more coverage of our beloved Jumbos.
Before the events of the weekend start, the Men's Basketball team closes out their regular season with a home match against UMass-Boston, seen here live on JumboCast at 7PM on Thursday.
As the weekend rolls through, we will provide BOTH the Men's and Women's 1st Round NESCAC Playoff games. The Lady Jumbos have a 3PM tip-off at home against Middlebury, provided live on JumboCast.
Meanwhile, we will send a dedicated crew of JumboCasters all the way across the state to Williamstown, MA, where our Jumbos square off against the Ephs of Williams, set to begin at 2PM. You can get the live feed right here from our website.
From all of us here at JumboCast, we hope you enjoy this exciting stretch of Tufts Basketball. As always, please direct any inquiries or comments to GM@jumbocast.com
|Tuesday, February 6, 2007
Upon request from Tufts Athletics, the Women's Basketball games have been temporarily removed from the archives. They will be available in the archives after the completion of the season. In the meantime, please continue to enjoy our live coverage of both Men's and Women's Basketball.
As always, direct any comments or inquiries to GM@jumbocast.com.
|Monday, January 22, 2007
JumboCast Kicks into High Gear
As the winter season heats up, check back here for our latest schedule. For any questions or comments regarding JumboCast, please email GM@jumbocast.com. Feedback is appreciated.
|Thursday, January 11, 2007
Happy New Year!
JumboCast kicks off its 2007 coverage of Tufts athletics with a weekend of Men's Basketball. Even though school isn't in session, JumboCast will present all the action as Tufts takes on NESCAC rivals Amherst and Trinity.
|Tuesday, December 12, 2006
JumboCast wraps up its 2006 Tufts athletics coverage with Men's Basketball taking on Plymouth State on Tuesday, December 12. Check back at this website during the break to see our schedule for the beginning of 2007. Happy Holidays!
|Monday, November 20, 2006
JumboCast would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! We will resume our coverage of Tufts athletics on November 28th, when the Men's Basketball team takes on Springfield.
|Monday, November 13, 2006
Kickoff the Winter Season!
Ladies and Gentlemen,
JumboCast's coverage of the winter season begins this Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th, with the Men's Basketball team hosting the Tufts Tip-Off Tournament. Last year, JumboCast followed the Jumbos throughout their historic run to the NCAA Sweet 16, and captured some incredible moments in recent Tufts history. We hope you can join us for the start of what hopes to be a great winter season.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email GM@JumboCast.com
|Thursday, November 2, 2006
NESCAC Volleyball Coverage!
As the fall season comes to a close, our schedule here at JumboCast picks up. Coming off of two NESCAC Tournament webcasts last week, we are dedicated to providing even more playoff coverage this week. Our feature presentation will be the NESCAC Women's Volleyball Tournament live from Chandler Gymnasium in Williamstown, MA. For all interested viewers, tune in to all the Tufts games right here at JumboCast. In addition, other volleyball playoff games will be covered by D3Cast.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sunday, October 29, 2006
NESCAC Playoff Coverage
Unfortunately the wireless network connection was not working Sunday afternoon at Bello Field, and as a result we could not provide live coverage of the Tufts field hockey first-round NESCAC Tournament game vs. Trinity. However, it will be available in the archives soon.
We hope you were able to enjoy the live coverage provided for the first-round women's soccer game vs. Bates; you can currently find that webcast in our archive.
Come back to this page for updates on future NESCAC tournament coverage.
|Saturday, October 28, 2006
NESCAC Tournament Coverage!
With victories by the Women's Soccer and Field Hockey teams on Saturday, they secured home matches for the first round of their respective NESCAC Tournaments.
JumboCast will be webcasting both Field Hockey and Women's Soccer live from Bello Field, at 11AM and 2PM. Even with the inclement weather forecast for the area, we will make every effort to ensure that these games are webcast.
Thanks for your continued support.
|Friday, October 27, 2006
To all JumboCast viewers,
We've tentatively lined up Men's and Women's Soccer games on Saturday, with an eye towards the first round NESCAC Tournament matches on Sunday. The outcome of Saturday's games will determine the sites and seedings for the tournament. So, once we find out more information, we'll keep you posted right here on our website.
However, this weekend calls for rain and otherwise blistery weather. While the teams might still play, our electronic equipment would not survive those conditions. Again, keep posted to the website for the latest news.
|Saturday, October 21, 2006
JumboCast would like to apologize; due to network connectivity issues in the Zimman Field press box at Tufts, we were unable to bring you a live webcast of the recent Tufts-Williams football game. Thanks for your patience while we work on getting the second half of that game into the archive.
|Sunday, October 15, 2006
Trinity Football Archive Is Ready
The video of the Tufts-Trinity football game is now in the JumboCast archives (as a live stream only -- FTP download of the game will be available later today). We appreciate your patience.
|Monday, October 2, 2006
JumboCast Joins the Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer
To all viewers and JumboCast fans:
JumboCast is taking part in a Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Walk on Sunday, October 15, 2006. This event will help raise funding and insight to a very deadly disease. In 2006, the American Cancer Society predicts that out of the 33,000 diagnosed cases of Pancreatic Cancer, 96% of them will be fatal within a year. This makes it the highest percentage of cancer deaths, with it being the #4 leading killer out of all cancers in the United States.
In taking an initiative, JumboCast is partnering with the Massachusettes General Hospital to march in the event. If you would like to learn more about the walk, please visit the Team MGH web page.
Or, visit the Lustgarten Foundation's web page for more information about the event itself.
Any contributions to support the JumboCast team or to benefit the cause will be greatly appreciated.
|Saturday, September 30, 2006
Homecoming Weekend, always a busy time, is now upon us. The Jumbos spend their weekend taking on the Bates Bobcats in a slew of matchups. Here on JumboCast, we are having webcasts of Women's Soccer, Men's Soccer and Football.
It's a busy day for Tufts, and for JumboCast as well. We hope you enjoy the coverage. As always, just a reminder, if there are any technical difficulties, please check the support page
|Friday, September 29, 2006
Volleyball Start Time
Due to the extended time of the 6PM Wellesley vs. Tufts Volleyball game, the start time of the 8PM game has been pushed back to approximately 8:30 PM. Stay tuned for the exact start. When we receive word of the estimated tip off, we will post it online.
|Saturday, September 23, 2006
Welcome to the 2006 Tufts Football Season
The 132nd season of Tufts football (and the fifth season of Tufts football on JumboCast!) begins this afternoon at noon, as the Jumbos host the Continentals of Hamilton College.
We're glad to have you join us for today's game! If this is your first JumboCast webcast or just your first time watching us this fall be aware that we are now streaming in Windows Media. Complete setup instructions are here, and support tips are here.
If you encounter an issue where your screen goes green and flips upside down, that is a known Windows Media Player 10 issue that is described on the support page. Or maybe we just dropped the camera on the field.
Either way, enjoy the webcast!
|Thursday, September 21, 2006
JumboCast Serves Up the Fall Season
Ladies and gentlemen, it is my honor to officially announce the beginning of the Fall Webcasting season for Tufts University. We begin our coverage with Friday Night Volleyball, then move to the gridiron on Saturday with Football.
Though you can still expect the same game coverage that we have had in the past, plus playoffs, there are some new changes here at JumboCast. Most notably, we have switched to Windows Media as our streaming format, moving away from the Real formats we used in the past.
For Windows users, you should have Windows Media Player pre-installed. If you are a Mac user, check out our setup page here to install the necessary programs to get you up and running.
As always, we hope that you enjoy what we as undergraduates deliver in support of our fellow student-athletes. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email GM@jumbocast.com
|Thursday, September 7, 2006
Another year of Tufts University athletics is upon us and that means more webcasts are coming soon. Please continue to check our schedule page for updates.
|Monday, July 10, 2006
Hope you're enjoying your summer what better way to relax during the dog days than with your favorite frosty beverage and some classic JumboCast webcasts! The following webcasts are now in the archives:
We're working on getting more games in the archives, so check back soon!
|Tuesday, May 16, 2006
A Big Thanks To All Our Loyal Fans
With the Tufts University spring sports webcast schedule now complete, all of us at JumboCast would like to take this opportunity to thank ALL OF YOU who found our site and clicked on the many live webcasts we brought to you throughout the 2005-2006 school year. It is an absolute labor of love for our entire staff, and one of the best aspects is receiving all of your kind compliments and feedback on how we can make JumboCast even better in the months and years ahead.
Many of the games and events we originally presented live are stored in our archive for you to enjoy throughout the summer.
|Sunday, May 14, 2006
Jumbos eliminated in NESCAC Baseball title game
Congratulations to the Tufts baseball team, who fought hard throughout the weekend, but nobody in Maine had an answer for the Middlebury Panthers, who win their first NESCAC baseball championship with an 8-1 win over the Jumbos this afternoon.
|Friday, May 12, 2006
The Rain in Maine...
...plain fell on just about everything, but a little less so on (irony!) Waterville, and the Jumbos started to play their first-round NESCAC baseball tournament game there, until the weather forced a halt to play with the Jumbos trailing, 3-0, in the top of the third inning. Check back here tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. for updates on the schedule for the rest of the tournament.
|Monday, May 8, 2006
Saturday's men's lacrosse game and Friday's softball game are now in the archives. Thanks for your patience as we get the other softball games in the archives, as well.
|Friday, May 5, 2006
To all of our JumboCast viewers:
We would like to clarify that both the Men's Lacrosse and Women's Softball games will be available online. The Men's Lacrosse playoff game will be broadcast live in audio and video courtesy of D3Cast. However, due to a lack of network availability at Cole Field in Williamstown, the Softball games will not be live. They will be recorded and put into the archives following the games for your viewing pleasure.
Thank you for your understanding, and Let's Go Jumbos!
|Thursday, April 27, 2006
JumboCast, following in the winning tradition of the Tufts Athletics Teams this year, has won the EVERGREEN AWARD for Outstanding New Student Group of the Year! A sincere thanks to all those involved, from viewers and fans to the ever-hardworking staff for everyone's respective contributions to JumboCast. As we close out this year and move forth, we want to ensure the continued growth of JumboCast.
Also, playoff season is rapidly approaching. After Saturday, we will have a much clearer picture of what's going to happen with the respective tournaments, so please stay tuned for updates as they come.
|Thursday, April 6, 2006
JumboCast in the News!
Check out the Features article on JumboCast that appeared on April 11, 2006 in the Tufts Daily here.
JumboCast has been nominated by the Tufts Office of Student Activities EVERGREEN AWARD for New Student Group of the year! Winner to be announced on April 27. Thanks to all of our viewers, new and returning, for sticking with us as we continuously evolve and improve.
Also, Tufts Students:
are you interested in
Business, Journalism, Computers or Broadcasting
|Monday, April 3, 2006
Murrow Symposium archived viewing
We expect to have the Murrow Symposium, featuring Ted Koppel as moderator, available for archived viewing by:
Thursday, April 6
We appreciate your support. If you have any comments, questions, or are a student and interested in joining JumboCast, please send an email to email@example.com.
|Sunday, April 2, 2006
Edward R. Murrow Symposium
JumboCast is proud to webcast the Edward R. Murrow Symposium. Tune-in live for a real-time video and audio presentation of the event. The event's scheduled start time is 2pm.
A live link will become available at:
1:55pm, Monday April 3
RealPlayer is necessary to view all JumboCast streams. You can download it for free here.
|Saturday, April 1, 2006
As we turn the page and enter into a new month, the JumboCast staff is eager to present many exciting events. We are also pleased to announce the beginning of our spring athletics webcasts with the Tufts vs. Williams softball doubleheader, live from Spicer Field on Sunday April 2nd. We hope that you tune into our webcast and regularly check our schedule for updates on more events.
For those interested, the Snyder Lecture featuring Sir Tim Berners-Lee can now be found in the archives page or by clicking here.
|Friday, March 31, 2006
Snyder Lecture in the Archives
We are pleased to announce the full stream of the Snyder Lecture is now in the archives for your viewing pleasure. Please remember that all streams require RealPlayer in order to be viewed. The link can be found here.
|Monday, March 27, 2006
JumboCast Upcoming Events
JumboCast, in collaboration with Tufts University Communications Services, is pleased to announce the presentation of three special events in the upcoming weeks. Tuesday, March 28 will feature the Snyder Lecture, presented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. On Monday, April 3, JumboCast will broadcast the Edward R. Murrow Symposium featuring Ted Koppel. The Dean's Forum with Tufts University Professor and philosopher Daniel Dennett will be webcast on April 10.
Please stay tuned as we update our broadcast schedule to include more events and Tufts Athletics games.
RealPlayer is required for all JumboCast streams. It can be downloaded via our website by clicking on "Setup" and following the links.
For any additional inquiries or information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Monday, March 27, 2006
Snyder Lecture tomorrow
JumboCast will be broadcasting the Snyder Lecture live, featuring Sir Tim Berners-Lee, tomorrow at 3pm. Come by for live video and audio coverage of the event.
RealPlayer is necessary to view all JumboCast streams - it can be downloaded from our site by going to "Setup" and then following the links.
|Sunday, March 19, 2006
It's that time again for us: Spring Break. As we wind down from the exciting Winter Season, highlighted by the great performances by the Tufts Athletics teams, we are also gearing up for the upcoming Spring Season. With sports like Men's and Women's Lacrosse, Baseball and Softball all on the schedule, the Spring should be a fun and exciting (not to mention busy) time for everyone at JumboCast.
Again, if you have any concerns, comments, feedback, or would like to support us in any way, feel free to contact us. For anyone who would like to join JumboCast, send an email to email@example.com and express your interest.
Have a great week!
|Sunday, March 12, 2006
All interested Tufts students
Do you like sports? Have a knack for computer technology? Have an interest in video and television production? Enjoy journalism? Have an entrepreneurial spirit?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, because we have a spot for you. New members welcome - no experience necessary! We will be preparing for lots of new projects that begin as soon as we get back from spring break.
|Saturday, March 11, 2006
Truly an 'Instant Classic'
Twelve hours later, it doesn't hurt any less for Tufts fans. And Amherst fans this morning breathe another sigh of relief.
Last night's game was, without question, one of the most memorable experiences I've had in over twenty years of watching and covering Tufts basketball. The Jumbos played magnificently, but Amherst responded at every turn, and Andrew Olson's jaw-dropping three (they are already calling it "The Shot" at Amherst) allowed the Lord Jeffs to wriggle off the hook, and continue their march.
To the Jeffs, we say congratulations represent the NESCAC well with three more wins.
To the Jumbos, whose carriage finally turned back into a pumpkin late last night, we salute you for an amazing season the most wins in any season in Tufts basketball history and look forward to next year.
To my colleagues on the JumboCast crew last night: you all did an amazing job, and we should be proud of the fantastic webcast we presented. It was an honor to work with you all.
And to our JumboCast audience, we say thank you for sharing the night with us we hope we were able to give you a sense of the feeling inside LeFrak Gym last night. More than ever, we appreciate your support of JumboCast it was a privilege to bring you that game last night.
The game itself will be in the JumboCast archives at around 2 p.m. EST this afternoon; a clip of The Shot is available to stream here or as a high-quality AVI to download (103MB) here (Windows users; right-click, select 'Save Target As...').
Thanks again to everyone who made last night unforgettable.
|Saturday, March 4, 2006
The Jumbos March Forth!
JumboCast extends its congratulations to the Men's Basketball team for their NCAA Second Round victory over Cortland State University on Saturday, advancing to the Sweet 16 for the first time in Tufts hoops history. They'll be in Amherst on Friday night. And so will we.
However, as a fully student-run organization, JumboCast has to deal with the same issues that many of the athletes face: classes and the reality of college. Staff members donate their time away from the books and classes to help bring coverage of the games, all on a voluntary basis. If viewers would like to support JumboCast in any way, volunteering, financially, or just moral support, send an email to email@example.com.
For those interested, check out Cole Liberator's column about JumboCast in the March 6, 2006 edition of the Tufts Daily, located right here.
Have a great day, and LET'S GO JUMBOS!
|Monday, February 27, 2006
NCAA first/second round webcast
As Tufts Basketball continues their sensational season, JumboCast is honored to be part of the team's coverage. After their NCAA first round victory, the Jumbos take on Cortland State on Saturday, at 7PM. You can catch that action LIVE here on JumboCast. And once again, the entire staff would like to thank all of our viewers for their continued support.
Folks, for over four years, we at JumboCast have prided ourselves on ignoring our other life responsibilities and dropping everything to webcast Tufts athletics events.
And once again, it appears that a mere five-and-a-half hour trip is merely a minor annoyance in the cause of Getting Things Done.
So it looks pretty good at this point that leaving aside for the moment the question of why THREE Boston-area teams are being sent to Cortland, NY for a regional JumboCast should be able to bring you at least audio of the first (and hopefully, second) round of the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Championships (for which the bracket is here).
It is still, though, an excellent time to volunteer to help out at JumboCast by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Saturday, February 18, 2006
JumboCast to follow Tufts hoops to Amherst
JumboCast will be traveling to Amherst, MA to cover the Jumbos as they advance through the basketball playoffs. JumboCast and D3Cast are pleased to present the webviewing public with coverage of the 2006 NESCAC Men's Basketball Tournament on Saturday & Sunday, February 25 & 26.
The D3Cast family is also planning on broadcasting the NESCAC Women's Basketball Tournament from Bates College. Stay tuned to this site for more details.
|Friday, February 17, 2006
Williams vs. Tufts @ Cousens Gym
Catch the first round of NESCAC postseason action here on JumboCast - live video and audio coverage of men's basketball playoffs begins today!
Today, watch Williams visit Tufts in Cousens Gym at Tufts University in a rematch of two of the NESCAC's top teams. Coverage will begin at 2:45pm EST; tipoff is scheduled for 3pm.
|Saturday, February 11, 2006
Thanks to everyone who tuned in on Saturday Feb 11 to our double-header, we appreciate your support!
|Friday, February 10, 2006
Catch more live NESCAC action here on JumboCast.
Currently, JumboCast is hosting both the Tufts women's and men's basketball games. The Tufts women are being broadcast with both streaming video and audio against Amherst from friendly Cousens Gym, while the men's away game against Amherst is audio only (courtesy of WAHM-FM, Amherst).
Tip-off for both games was 3pm. Go Jumbos!
|Friday, February 10, 2006
Women's Basketball - Friday night and Saturday afternoon
Catch live NESCAC action - coming up right here on JumboCast. Coming up, Tufts women's basketball vs. the Trinity College Bantams, live from Cousens Gym at 7pm tonight.
Tomorrow at 3pm, watch the Tufts women finish their basketball season at home against Amherst - also available live on JumboCast.
|Sunday, January 29, 2006
Archives available again
The JumboCast archives are available once again our thanks for your patience. Saturday's basketball game will not be in the archives until tomorrow, as unfortunately, we have to re-encode it for the archives. So stay tuned.
|Wednesday, December 7, 2005
Games in the Archives
Slowly, but surely, the games from the end of the fall season/beginning of the winter season are going up in the archives. Stay posted for more games coming up online.
|Friday, November 25, 2005
Congratulations to the Jumbos
All of us at JumboCast would like to congratulate coach Martha Whiting and her Tufts women's soccer team, who were defeated 3-0 by The College of New Jersey in the NCAA Division III national semi-final today. The Jumbos finish 15-4-2 on the year.
You can also revisit one of the great games in the Jumbos' 2005 NCAA run, as JumboCast's webcast of the Oneonta St. sectional final game is now up in the archives.
Stay tuned for more news on the 2005-06 winter seasons on JumboCast!
|Monday, November 21, 2005
2005 NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship update
Hi, folks... many of you are probably wondering if you can follow the Jumbos in Greensboro on JumboCast this Thanksgiving weekend, and the answer is (we're always equivocating!) a qualified yes.
At this writing, JumboCast is probably not making the trip to webcast the games, but the games will be webcast, and we hope to be able to provide a direct link to those webcasts for you. Note that Friday's semi-final webcast will be audio only, but that the championship game would be an audio/video webcast.
Thanks again to all of you for your support of JumboCast, and for helping us set a new all-time webcast audience record on Sunday!
And from all of us at JumboCast, best wishes for a very satisfying and safe Thanksgiving holiday.
|Friday, November 11, 2005
Another Way To Say 'Thanks'
We hope you're enjoying all of our coverage here on JumboCast. Why not take a minute to check out our donations page to learn more about how you can help JumboCast continue to deliver these webcasts.
Congratulations to Women's Soccer for advancing to the NCAA Final Four in Greensboro, NC! Please check the JumboCast webpage for updates during the Thanksgiving Holiday. It is a busy time for us all, but as usual, we strive to bring you as many Tufts games as possible.
|Friday, November 4, 2005
Hi folks... we'll have plenty of Tufts action for you on JumboCast this weekend, including our first-ever triplecast for you on Saturday, with women's soccer at 11, football at 12:30, and volleyball at 3:30. Please note, however, that the Tufts-Colby football game will be audio-only the rest of the webcasts will be video webcasts. Thanks as always for your support of JumboCast, and enjoy the weekend's webcasts!
|Monday, October 31, 2005
Be a part of JumboCast!
Hi folks... we hope you've been enjoying the programming on JumboCast so far this fall. As always, no matter what your affiliation or connection to our webcasts is, we could definitely use your help.
If you're a Tufts student, or a Boston-area alum who's interested in participating in our webcasts, please see our join us! page.
If you're a grateful alum, parent or financier (did I say that out loud?), contributions to JumboCast are always welcome (especially with the price of gas in New England this fall!). See our donate page for more info.
And finally, if you want to explore advertising or underwriting opportunities with us, please see this page.
Thanks to all of you for your interest in JumboCast!
|Thursday, September 22, 2005
Men's Soccer archive now available
The Tufts/Salve men's soccer game is in the archives now, with the following caveats: it's been encoded at a larger size and bit rate than normal, but depending on your download speed and RealPlayer settings, you may have problems getting the stream at the higher rate (down in the bottom bar, it’ll either say something like "35Kbps", or something a lot higher – you can try and force your settings in RealPlayer to be higher in Tools/Preferences/Connection, and set the "Normal" setting to “DSL/Cable 512Kbps”).
Also, we were without a working tripod in the first half, and had to wind up trying to hold the camera by hand, which did NOT work well (it’s better for the second half, but unfortunately for the Jumbos, so was Salve).
|Friday, September 16, 2005
Soccer Webcasts CANCELLED / Volleyball Archives
Those of you who are familiar with the JumboCast setup know that we have to scramble whenever inclement weather interferes with (or has a very high chance of interfering with) our outdoor webcasts.
Given that the 5:15 p.m. NWS forecast calls for the Medford/Somerville area to receive at least a significant amount of rain from the remnants of Trpoical Storm Ophelia, we are unfortunately cancelling our soccer webcasts for Saturday. We look forward to bringing you more men's and women's soccer action on JumboCast in the near future.
On an unrelated note, the Williams and Bates volleyball matches are in the JumboCast archives now, and last Friday's matches will follow over the weekend.
Hope you enjoy the archives!
|Saturday, September 10, 2005
Last Night's (And This Afternoon's) Volleyball
Hi folks... to those of you who tried to watch last night as we kicked off the 2005-06 season at the Williams Volleyball Invitational, we apologize -- a bad web site bug prevented you from from seeing the links. We have fixed the problem, should be able to get last night's streams into the archive by tonight, and will have both matches for you today, live, from Williams. Our apologies for the inconvenience, but we think you're going to like what you see...
On a side note, Bates and Lasell College took a match into 5 games, so the start time for the Tufts-Bates game will be pushed back to approximately 1:30 PM.
|Friday, September 2, 2005
Welcome Class of 2009!
All of us at JumboCast would like to welcome the Class of 2009 to the Hill! We'd also like to let you know that JumboCast will be starting its fall webcast schedule soon, and we could really use your help on the JumboCast team. We need camera operators, directors, and play-by-play and color announcers. Find out more at the 'join the team!' page, or send an email to email@example.com for more information. Again, welcome to Tufts, from your friends at JumboCast.
|Saturday, May 14, 2005
Thanks To All For Another Great Year
As we come to the end of another academic year, all of us at JumboCast would like to say thanks to the many folks who watched and listened to (and worked on!) our webcasts, and especially to those who made contributions to JumboCast during the 2004-05 season. We've enjoyed bringing you webcasts on JumboCast, and we hope to be able to return for the 2005-06 year better than ever.
As a final note, we do know that many of our live streams from the calendar year 2005 are not yet in the archives, and now that our webcast schedule is over, we will begin to make sure that as many of these webcasts as possible get into the archives. Thanks again for your support.
|Monday, May 9, 2005
Tufts Baseball @ NESCACs This Weekend
Join us at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, May 13th for a half-hour preview of the 2004 NESCAC Baseball Tournament, live from Amherst College before Game 1, with Tufts taking on the host Jeffs at 3 p.m..
Then stay with us for coverage of Tufts baseball as they try to repeat their 2002 NESCAC championship by winning this year's tournament at Amherst. We'll have live coverage of all of the Tufts games in the tournament, so join us. Because there's no way the weather could be lousy for another weekend, is there? I said, is there?
|Saturday, May 7, 2005
Softball Postponed Until Sunday
All of the remaining games in the 2005 NESCAC Softball Tournament have been rescheduled for Sunday, May 8 on the campus of Wheaton College in Norton, MA.
JumboCast will attempt to continue its full coverage, but the live webcasts of Sunday's game are quite likely to be audio-only. Thanks for your understanding.
While you're waiting, why not go back into the archives and watch the two terrific games from yesterday?
|Tuesday, May 3, 2005
JumboCast To Present 2005 NESCAC Softball Tournament
JumboCast is pleased to announce that it will present live audio and video of the entire 2005 NESCAC Softball Tournament from Spicer Field at Tufts University. We'll have former NESCAC players and coaches joining us to bring you all the action between Tufts, Trinity, Williams and Middlebury with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament on the line! For more info on the tournament, see the NESCAC softball championship page.
|Monday, May 2, 2005
JumboCast's webcast of Tufts baseball vs. Eastern Connecticut will not happen this afternoon, primarily because the game has been rescheduled until tomorrow.
|Friday, April 29, 2005
Be The First To Know — Catch Saturday's SportsChat!
All four of the teams that JumboCast has covered this spring baseball, softball and men's and women's lacrosse could qualify for their respective NESCAC tournaments Saturday afternoon. And with less than 24 hours before the end of Saturday's lacrosse games and the start of the lacrosse tournaments on Sunday, you'll need instantaneous info to know who made it, and who's playing where!
We'll give it all to you on SportsChat, live from the athletic offices on Saturday. We'll recap all the scores for you, and run all the permutations, so you don't have to. The only tiebreaker we can't conclusively resolve is the coin flip! So join us on SportsChat at 3:30 p.m., and we'll get you up-to-date!
|Monday, April 25, 2005
Be A Part Of JumboCast With Advertising Or Sponsorship Opportunities!
Hi, all... as many of you know, JumboCast is not formally financially supported by Tufts, and that means we often need to scramble to obtain the funding we need to present our live audio and video webcasts of Tufts athletics events. But now, there's a way for you to help us, and to take advantage of the ever-growing JumboCast audience to get your message out, or simply to say 'thank you' for the great service that JumboCast provides. Click here to find out more, and from all of us at JumboCast, thank you!
|Saturday, April 23, 2005
A silver lining!
The late forecast for Saturday morning and afternoon called for dreary but dry conditions, and JumboCast had planned to bring you two lacrosse webcasts. We even started streaming the women's game, but unfortunately Mother Nature had other ideas and abruptly forced us off the air. Again our apologies for those looking for lacrosse action this afternoon--it may say light rain on the weather.com graphic, but we at JumboCast beg to differ!
However, the postponement of Tufts baseball at Trinity to Sunday afternoon will allow us to scramble to Hartford, CT and bring you both games of the all-important NESCAC East doubleheader tomorrow afternoon. Um, weather permitting, that is...
|Wednesday, April 20, 2005
No Softball Webcast Today
Folks, we always feel terrible whenever we have to cancel a webcast, but especially on a beautiful 80-degree day in the Boston area. Due to various logistical annoyances, JumboCast will be unable to bring you the Tufts-Brandeis softball game today, but we're very much looking forward to the possibility of seeing the Jumbos in the NESCAC tournament beginning on May 6. Again, we apologize, and we thank you for your continued interest in JumboCast.
|Saturday, April 2, 2005
No Webcasts Today
Not a huge surprise, with the massive rain in the forecast for the Medford area, but JumboCast will be unable to present any webcasts today. We apologize to those of you who were looking forward to them.
Also, don't forget to set your clocks ahead tonight, or you'll be as out of it as those two balls Bryan McDavitt hit yesterday!
|Friday, March 25, 2005
Spring is Here! (Well, At Least At JumboCast.)
If Mother Nature and technology allow, JumboCast is pleased to begin coverage of the spring sports season this Wednesday with exciting men's lacrosse action featuring two top-20-ranked D-3 teams. Also included on the 2005 spring schedule are baseball, softball, and women's lacrosse webcasts.
That's the good news. The bad news is that we're still waiting for Computer Services at Tufts to enable our wireless access for the lower fields at Tufts. This includes the baseball and softball fields, as well as the new Bello Field, which is where most of the lacrosse games this spring will take place. Without this infrastructure in place, almost all of the webcasts on the schedule page will not be available live, and will instead be "archive-only" webcasts; that is, the streams will appear in the archives about an hour after the game has ended.
We'll keep you updated on this thanks for your understanding.
|Sunday, February 27, 2005
Winter Is Over! (Well, At Least At JumboCast.)
JumboCast's 2004-05 winter webcast season has concluded, and we'd like that thank everybody who participated in, watched and supported our webcasts this winter. Our spring schedule will be up soon, but in the meantime, it's never too late to find out more about helping out at JumboCast, supporting JumboCast financially, or buying JumboCast swag. Thanks again, and we'll see you soon!
|Friday, February 25, 2005
Tournament Time -- Double-Barrelled Action!
Network connectivity permitting (sometimes I think that should be our motto), JumboCast will be webcasting both the men's basketball NESCAC semi-final vs. Bates (from Amherst) tomorrow afternoon, as well as the men's hockey first round tournament game at Trinity. If all goes well, you can bring them up side-by-side, and let the cacophony of succulent play-by-play just wash right over you.
If basketball wins on Saturday, we'll have Sunday afternoon's final for you as well, of course.
|Friday, February 11, 2005
About The Archives
One of the things we've always been proudest about at JumboCast is that, since our first men's basketball audio webcast back in January 2002, almost every single one of our webcasts has been preserved and available for immediate access in the JumboCast archives.
This winter has been a difficult one for JumboCast, and this is especially true from the standpoint of the archives. Many of our webcasts are currently not and some will never be available in the archive. There are a number of technical reasons for this, some of which are detailed in the next news item on the news page.
The inability to retain the results of our extremely hard work in the JumboCast archives is believe me just as distressing to us at JumboCast as it is to those of you who wish to revisit these webcasts. We are doing everything we can to solve these problems, and expect them to be resolved soon, during which time we appreciate your patience and understanding, and your support of JumboCast.
JumboCast Founder and General Manager
P.S. No matter how mad we get at our computers, we never get this mad. (Flash required)
|Thursday, February 10, 2005
More Detail About The Archives
There are several ways that JumboCast webcasts get into the archives. Each has had different problems lately.
1. The Tufts streaming media server automatically archives them at the completion of the live webcast. This is the main method by which we have archived our webcasts since early 2002. Unfortunately, during a recent upgrade (ironically) to this server, this feature has been disabled. We are currently working with Information Technology Services at Tufts to have this setting re-enabled, at which point the automatic archiving process will begin again.
2. JumboCast keeps a copy of the webcast on the laptop that creates the stream. This, also, has been a fine method to retain backup files, and put them on the archive server whenever method 1 isn't working. However, our laptop is now two-and-a-half years old, and despite our tender loving care and protection, has been exposed to the worst of New England's rain, cold, and infield dirt. It is, unfortunately, prone to crashing and likes to do so at the worst possible times. Lately, this has happened a few times at the end of webcasts, when the locally-saved filed is being written. Unfortunately, this causes the locally-saved file to be lost, and the file is not recoverable under these circumstances.
3. JumboCast could keep a completely separate 'aircheck' of each webcast, and then could re-encode it (potentially at higher bitrates for better-quality viewing) for the archives. Note the use of the world 'could' there. This is not something we currently do, due to equipment, staff and time limitations (in other words: we don't have enough of the aforementioned three things), but something we're going to have to look at doing in the immediate future.
Just to reiterate our completed webcasts are extremely important to us at JumboCast, and we understand the necessity of preserving them for days, weeks and years to come. Thanks again for hanging in there with us while we find the best ways to do that.
|Thursday, December 2, 2004
Just In Time For The Holidays!
Finally, all of your holiday shopping needs, taken care of in one place! The brand-new JumboCast Store!. Shop early! Shop often!
|Thursday, October 21, 2004
We interrupt your regular Tufts Jumbos news...
Understanding that many Tufts students and alumni have New England roots, there is much rejoicing across the region as the Boston Red Sox have finally vanquished their longtime rivals from Gotham, making baseball history in the process by rallying from a 0-3 deficit. The Sox have now won their eleventh American League pennant with a chance to win their first World Series since...well, apparently it's been awhile.
Bringing the subject back to JumboCast, be sure to check out Saturday's football webcast against Williams College (Yankees owner George Steinbrenner is an Eph alum), as the Jumbos try to defeat the Ephmen on the gridiron for the first time since 1986, which also happens to be the last time the Sox played in the Fall Classic.
|Thursday, October 14, 2004
Anyone Want To Volunteer As 'JumboCast Umbrella Holders'?
Sorry for another late cancellation, folks the radar in the Medford area makes it seem quite likely there'll be showers during this afternoon's field hockey game, and while that doesn't affect the absorbent Bello Field at all, it's not quite as good on thousands of dollars of audio and video and computer equipment that would be unprotected in our setup at the field. So we have to apologize once again, and let you know that we'll be adding more field hockey webcasts as soon as we are able.
|Tuesday, October 12, 2004
Hey Aaron, Next Time I Say, "We'll Just Merge The Audio And Video Later," Smack Me
An audio and video stream from the first half of Saturday's football game at Bowdoin is available here. The rest is coming. Sloooowly.
|Tuesday, October 5, 2004
Sometimes, Just Getting It Into The Archive Is A Distinguished Achievement
JumboCast's webcast of the 2004 Distinguished Achievement Award ceremony is now available in the archive for your enjoyment. (The first few folks who spot the graphics error in the webcast will get a special JumboCast prize.) Also, be sure and check out our interview with Tom Penders at halftime of the Bates football game. (It's marked as a highlight in the football stream in the archives.)
|Monday, September 27, 2004
More Rain = Less JumboCast
Looks like the remnants of Hurricane Jeanne will wander through Somerville tomorrow afternoon, and so that will significantly hamper our ability to webcast the women's soccer game. We've pulled it off the schedule for now, but if anything changes, we'll still try and get it on for you. Somehow.
|Tuesday, September 21, 2004
Our Apologies For Another Cancellation
(or 'We Really Have Nothing Against Field Hockey, Honestly')
As we gather and train a terrific class of new JumboCast folks this fall, we unfortunately are running into a few schedule conflcts before we're fully up and ready to go, and to our enormous chagrin and embarrassment, the same sport gets bumped for the second time in a row. We will not be able to webcast the women's field hockey game this afternoon our sincere apologies to those of you looking forward to seeing the game (or even the new Bello Field). We will be scheduling at least one additional field hockey game this fall; keep an eye on the JumboCast schedule for more info.
This seems like as good as time as any to remind Tufts students, or alumni/ae and other interested parties in the Boston area, that JumboCast is always looking for help to get these games webcasted see the join JumboCast page for more info.
|Monday, September 20, 2004
Downloads are coming!
Many folks have asked about the feasability of downloading archived games to their PCs, to avoid connection issues when viewing an archive, or to be sure they have all the webcasts they're interested in archived securely. We are working on the ability to add a 'Download' link to each webcast in the archives, so that you can tuck these precious files away to your heart's content. More as it becomes available...
|Sunday, August 29, 2004
JumboCast Archive Update
Hi folks... we know there's been some problems with the availability of some of the archived webcasts, and we apologize for this. It's been one of our goals to keep EVERY webcast that JumboCast has presented available in the archives, and as time goes on, this, naturally, becomes tricker and trickier to do.
We do, however, have a brand-new archive server, which is loaded up with many of our archived webcasts after Fall 2002 (the rest we're still trying to get re-added). Please report any dead archive links to our crack archive replenishment team.
Thanks, as always, for your interest in JumboCast.
|Wednesday, June 2, 2004
NEIBA Webcast Is Up
Hi folks the NEIBA All-Star Game webcast is up in the archives; we hope you enjoy it. If you're looking for a specific at-bat or moment from a particular player, you may find it helpful to refer to the boxscore and play-by-play from the game. We apologize if we mis-identified (or worse failed to identify) your favorite player, but with so many late substitutions in the game, all of the staff was scrambling for names and numbers. Again, our apologies.
Stay tuned for more 2003-04 wrapups right here on JumboCast, along with the addition of game 'highlights' links on some of our archived webcasts.
|Tuesday, April 27, 2004
A Jumbo Welcome to Timothy Jack Clay!!!
Congratulations to JumboCast Creator Steve Clay and his wife Kristen on the birth of their first child, Timothy Jack. The future JumboCast General Manager arrived Monday at 6:52pm, 7 lbs, 20.5 inches. All of us involved with JumboCast would like to send our best wishes to the Clay clan. If you would like to do the same, simply go to the 'Staff' page and send Steve a congratulatory email!
|Sunday, April 25, 2004
Sorry for the Tape-Delayed Webcasts
We would like to apologize to all our loyal JumboCast viewers (and listeners) for being unable to bring you live streaming webcasts of the Tufts/Colby baseball games. On the plus side, two of the three Jumbos' victories are currently in our archive for your viewing pleasure (tell us what you think of the video courtesy of our new camera!).
Keep an eye on our spring sports schedule as we hope to broadcast some upcoming NESCAC tournament games. Thanks to all those who visit this site for your continued support of JumboCast.
|Sunday, September 28, 2003
Come Join The Team!
We hope you're enjoying listening to and watching webcasts on JumboCast the only thing better would be participating in them! If you've ever wanted to try sportscasting, or if any of the behind-the-scenes roles (like audio/video engineering, streaming media, or web design) interest you, then come have fun with us!
Tufts students and Boston-area alums would be the ideal fit, but no matter who you are, if you want to help at JumboCast, we'd love to talk to you! See the joining JumboCast page for more info. Thanks!
P.S. If you fill out the 'contact me' form on the joining JumboCast page, PLEASE include your e-mail address, so we can get in touch with you! (Chad, you too!)
|Wednesday, September 17, 2003
On Tuesday night, JumboCast's own Todd Bloniarz was selected as the second winner of the Samuel Adams/NESN Announcer For an Inning Competition! (Must have been all that practice calling Tufts baseball on JumboCast.) Todd will broadcast a half-inning of Tuesday, September 23's Red Sox-Orioles game on NESN.
As a preview, you can hear Todd's dulcet tones this Saturday, as part of the JumboCast team calling the Tufts football season opener against Hamilton, starting at noon ET.
Congrats, Todd! We knew you could do it.
|Monday, September 15, 2003
Now, Where Were We?
Welcome back to JumboCast sorry we disappeared for the weekend. (We didn't do it on purpose.)
We're looking forward to Saturday's football opener at Hamilton (although perhaps not to the trip itself...) hope you are, too. Join us at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday for the pregame show. Kickoff is at 1 p.m..
(Note: Last Thursday's volleyball webcast will be back in the archives soon.)
|Friday, September 5, 2003
Another Season Begins!
Well, that summer flew past, but here at JumboCast, we're excited about the beginning of a new academic and athletics season! The new fall schedule is up, and we'll be adding to it as we go. A few points, quickly:
That's it for now. Look for much more on the JumboCast site this fall, and enjoy the webcasts!
|Monday, July 14, 2003
If you had a chance to watch or listen to any of our 2002-03 JumboCast content, please take a moment to fill out a quick survey with a few questions about how we're doing so far, and how we can improve in the future. I know, I know surveys are a pain (and there's not even a prize for filling this one out), but all of us at JumboCast would really appreciate the feedback, so that we can continue to bring you Tufts sports programming in the best way possible.
Thanks again for taking a few minutes to fill out the survey.
|Wednesday, July 9, 2003
Mikey Dee, 1962-2003
Those of us at JumboCast who spent time at Tufts' radio station WMFO pay tribute to our former colleague Mikey Dee, who passed away Sunday, July 6th, three-and-a-half years after a devastating brainstem stroke.
Mikey, of course, was the host of the local music show On The Town at WMFO, but we remember fondly his engaging personality, and even his tolerance for being pre-empted by sports programming every once in a while. More info at The Mikey Dee site.
|Friday, May 30, 2003
A Sadly Fitting End To An Oft-Interrupted Spring Season
Folks, we apologize for the unavailability of the NEIBA All-Star Game today there seems to be a problem with the streaming media server at Tufts, which will prevent us from getting this webcast to you. Also, by the time we stopped frantically trying to establish a connection to the Tufts server, both Tufts players were out of the game. (Evan Zupancic went 0-for-1 with a walk and a fielder's choice, and Jon Lee pitched a 1-2-3 fifth inning.) Again, we apologize for the technical difficulties. If you're curious, the University Division scored two runs in the top of the ninth to take a 3-2 lead, but the UMass-Lowell's Allen Mottram's two-run single in the bottom of the ninth gave the College Division a 4-3 lead and the win. (They actually kept playing until there were three outs in the ninth, which explains the 5-3 final.)
|Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Baseball All-Star Game Postponed (And Then Moved)
The NEIBA All-Star Game, originally scheduled for Thursday, May 29th, has been rescheduled to Friday, May 30th at noon. We'll still have the game for you on JumboCast with that oft-used phrase of Spring 2003 "weather permitting". (Update 5/29/03: The game will be re-located, as well, and will NOT be played at Fenway Park, but at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, RI (home of the Red Sox AAA affiliate).)
|Tuesday, May 13, 2003
As the 2002-03 season winds down, we'd like to thank everyone who made the year such a success for JumboCast all the viewers and listeners of our webcasts, all of the staff who made the webcasts possible, and, of course, the coaches, staff and players involved with Tufts and NESCAC athletics. We've got just a few more webcasts coming up stay tuned to the schedule for more info!
|Thursday, May 1, 2003
Hi, folks... it's shaping up to be another exciting post-season in Tufts sports. All of us at JumboCast are looking forward to bringing you as much tournament action as we can, continuing with the men's lacrosse NESCAC tournament this weekend. Please understand that we can't be everywhere at this point in time, and that's partially staff-related, so we'd love to have you come help us out! Find out more about getting involved with JumboCast here.
Best of luck to all the Tufts teams in post-season play!
|Monday, January 13, 2003
Thanks for your patience, folks. We'll be back on the web tonight, as the women's basketball team hosts the University of New England.
|Thursday, January 9, 2003
A Step Back To Take Two Steps Forward
Hi, folks, and happy new year! Unfortunately, the upgrade to the Tufts server we use for our webcasts has left us in a state where we are unable to produce live webcasts at the moment. We are working feverishly to get this resolved, but in the meantime, JumboCast will not be able to bring you the men's basketball game tonight. We apologize for the inconvenience, and certainly hope to be back in business by Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned...
|Tuesday, November 26, 2002
Hi, all sorry it's been so long between news updates. We've just been busy cranking out the webcasts instead. We'd like to welcome you all to the 2002-03 winter schedule, which kicks off tonight, and introduce a few small changes to the website, one of which is the introduction of sponsorship to JumboCast. To find out more about how you can support JumboCast as we grow, check out either our donations page or our advertising page.
Until it finds a better home, our "Introduction to Tufts Sports" video is here. Make sure you've visited the setup page before you view the video.
Thanks, and enjoy the webcasts!
|Friday, September 27, 2002
The Tufts Daily ran a feature on JumboCast in their 9/26 issue; the story is available here.
|Saturday, September 21, 2002
Welcome to Tufts Football on JumboCast!
We'd like to welcome everyone to JumboCast for today's webcast of Tufts' 2002 season opener against Hamilton.
Unfortunately, as of early this morning, it appears that today's game will NOT be simulcast on Tufts' radio WMFO. (Feel free to double-check 91.5 on your FM dial, or wmfo.org, for game-time information.) If you hoped to listen to today's game that way, trust us when we say that we would be as disappointed as you would be if the simulcast does not happen we have enjoyed bringing you Tufts football on WMFO since 1990, and the interruption of such a long tradition would sadden us immensely.
However, we are pleased to be presenting the game in much higher fidelity over JumboCast. Please bear with us, though, should we encounter any problems during the afternoon. Specifically, the media server from which we will present today's game has a fixed number of licenses. Should we get a larger crowd than we expect, some of you may have trouble accessing the stream. If this happens, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. We apologize in advance, and will try and correct this situation for next week's game.
In addition (although it's probably cold comfort if you are unable to listen to the game live), the webcast will appear in the archive section of JumboCast, approximately 2-3 hours after the webcast ends. (A perfect way to spend your Saturday night. :-)
Anyway, thanks for being patient with us, and enjoy today's game!
|Monday, August 19, 2002
Fall 2002 Schedule Announced
JumboCast is pleased to announce its fall 2002 schedule. We'll be broadcasting all eight Tufts football games, as well as men's and women's soccer, volleyball and field hockey games. For fans of the other Tufts varsity sports, don't worry we're hoping to have coaches and players from each sport join us on SportsChat, our weekly talk show.
|Friday, July 19, 2002
Introducing JumboCast Classic (Which Probably Needs A Better Name)
Here's the first in a series of rebroadcasts of old Tufts games from the archives. We start off with one of the most memorable wins in recent Tufts sports history: the women's soccer team's victory over Wisconsin-Stevens Point in the 2000 NCAA Division III national semi-finals, in a game played at Tufts on November 18, 2000. The whole broadcast is here, but if you're the kind of person that eats dessert first, you can go right to Lynn Cooper's overtime goal here.
PLEASE NOTE: The original source of this broadcast was an analog telephone line, and so it does not sound as good as many of our JumboCast broadcasts. Please keep this in mind while listening to the game.
|Thursday, July 11, 2002
Hope everyone is enjoying his or her summer... we're in the process of determining the fall 2002 JumboCast schedule, which we hope to have finalized in the next six weeks or so. Keep checking back for updates! In the meantime, if you want to relive any of the moments from the JumboCast's first season, check out the archive section.
Come help us out! See how in the contribute section.
|Tuesday, May 14, 2002
Harwich, Here We Come!
JumboCast is pleased to announce that it will carry all of Tufts' games in the 2002 NCAA Division III New England Baseball Regional from Harwich, MA, beginning Thursday night (pregame 6:30 p.m., first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m.), when the #3 seed Jumbos take on #4 Brandeis. The Jumbos will play a second game on Friday at either 3:30 p.m. or at 7 p.m., depending on how they fare on Thursday night.
For more information on the tournament, see the ECAC press release or the NCAA Championships site.
|Thursday, April 18, 2002
The spring 2002 schedule is ready we will be starting with the April 19 Tufts baseball game against Trinity. We're excited to be presenting live broadcasts of Tufts spring sports for the first time in many, many years (and quite likely, ever). As always during this pilot period, hang with us if we run into any technical problems, as we try and bring you as much Tufts spring sports action as we can!
|Thursday, February 21, 2002
Okay, So I Should Have Said, 'The Ill-Advised, Ill-Prepared Leap That Actually Went Backward'
Well, if you tried to access the live webcast of Tuesday night's game, or wound up communicating with me via Instant Messenger, you know the whole thing was a catastrophic failure. I'm disappointed and embarrassed it's the first time in twelve years that I've travelled to a game and not been able to broadcast some of it live. I can summarize it as unexpected network issues and hubris; if you want more info than that, you can click the link. I did capture video (and audio) of the second half; that has finally made it to the archive page. Be warned, however, that this is the work of someone who was a) calling the game, b) running the video camera and, most-time-consumingly, c) giving live score updates via IM. And doing none of the three particularly well. Ah, well. Again, my apologies. It can only get better from here...
|Tuesday, February 19, 2002
The Great, Brave Leap Forward
Well, we're going to try to broadcast video of tonight's NESCAC Men's Basketball Tournament first-round game between Tufts and Williams (note the revised tip-off time of 8 p.m.). Video is really uncharted waters for us (and we will be taking the minimalist approach with just one camera), so we ask you all to please bear with us if anything goes awry. We're hoping that no matter what, you will be able to hear the game well, even if you can't see it. As always, if you use AOL Instant Messenger, you can IM us at 'jumbocast' and tell us what you see (or don't).
You will probably have difficulty seeing clear, continuous video if you are connected via a 56Kbps modem; Real does its best to compress the video down all teeny-tiny-like so that it can travel through the lower bandwidth to a regular phone-line modem, but it may not work well enough to be satisfying. But hey, go ahead and try it anyway we'd love to know if it looks passable on a 56K modem.
One last note: the Tufts RealServer that we are using does have a maximum number of streams that it supports (it's somewhere between 60-90). If you have problems accessing JumboCast's stream tonight, we will be simulcasting on Tufts Community Radio WMFO (91.5 FM); you can listen by regular radio if you're within reception range, or you can listen to 'MFO over the web (this is getting kinda complicated; it's a webcast of a radio transmission of a webcast!) by going here.
Enjoy the game!
|Thursday, January 17, 2002
We're getting ready to start our "beta" phase on Saturday (see the schedule), where we publicize the site and our webcasts, stress-test the infrastructure, and generally try to work out all the bugs as quickly as we can. We did a "dress-rehearsal" broadcast of Tufts men's basketball on Tuesday night, which was a little slow to get going (strictly from the 'audio quality' perspective, mind you the broadcasters and the Jumbos both did a splendid job). It's archived in the archive section.
If you want to try and access one of the streams either live or archived make sure you have visited the setup page, and verified that you have all the appropriate software.
We'll be publicizing this more over the next few weeks, but keep in mind we'd love to have you help us! Check the contribute section to see more.
Thanks go out to the following folks for helping us get off the ground: