How to Watch: NCAA Foreign Tours

Every 4 years, college programs can travel abroad and FloHoops has you covered! 


DateEventStart Time (EST)Live/Replay Link
Aug. 6West Virginia Game 11:30 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 9Seton Hall Game 11:00 PMCanceled 
Aug. 9West Virginia Game 21:30 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 9Delaware Game 13:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 10Georgia Tech Game 15:00 AMWatch Replay
Aug. 10Xavier Game 112:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 11Georgia Tech Game 212:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 11Seton Hall Game 21:30 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 11West Virginia Game 32:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 12Xavier Game 212:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 12Syracuse Game 11:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 12Georgetown Game 17:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 13Georgia Tech Game 36:00 AMWatch Replay
Aug. 14Xavier Game 312:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 14Syracuse Game 21:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 14Seton Hall Game 31:30 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 14Texas Tech Game 15:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 14Georgetown Game 27:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 15Washington Game 13:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 15Georgia Tech Game 46:00 AMWatch Replay
Aug. 15Georgetown Game 35:00 pmWatch Replay
Aug. 15Texas Tech Game 27:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 16Washington Game 23:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 17Syracuse Game 36:00 AMWatch Replay
Aug. 18Syracuse Game 41:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 18Washington Game 31:30 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 18Texas Tech Game 31:00 PMWatch Replay
Aug. 20Washington Game 41:00 PMWatch Replay

FloSports Announces Multiyear Partnership with ECAC

AUSTIN, Texas — October 15, 2019 — Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) announced a partnership in collaboration with Collegiate Sports Management Group to provide live and on-demand coverage of 120 ECAC Championship Games across the FloSports network and potentially many more. Fans can watch the games annually through 2022.

LaMelo Watch: Illwarra Picks Up First Win In Round 2

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It was a busy week in the NBL and also a busy week for the league’s two high-profile, teenage American superstars.  

Chaotic CAA Media Day Signals Wide Open Season Ahead

CAA Men's Basketball Preview Show

The most chaotic day in the history of CAA men’s basketball might have been Feb. 28, 2015, when the final afternoon and evening of the regular season began with four teams within one game of first place and ended with those four teams tied for first place.

Hofstra Tabbed Favorite In Preseason Poll, Riller Is Player Of The Year

CAA Men's Basketball Preview Show

Hofstra, which earned the 2018-19 CAA regular-season title, is favored to claim the 2019-20 CAA men’s basketball championship, according to a vote of the league’s coaches, media relations directors, and media members.

FloHoops Is The New Home Of The Thanksgiving Hoopfest

Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and Hoopfest Basketball Inc. announced a multiyear broadcast partnership to provide live and on-demand content and coverage of the Thanksgiving Hoopfest on FloHoops.com through 2021. 

LaMelo Watch: Ball Enjoys Solid Debut Despite Loss

It was the moment that basketball fans across the globe have been waiting for, as LaMelo Ball made his regular-season debut Sunday for the Illawarra Hawks. While the Hawks lost, it was a solid performance for the 18-year-old Ball, playing in his first regular-season game down under. 

CAA Announces Women's Basketball Schedule On FloHoops

The Colonial Athletic Association recently unveiled the 2019-20 women's basketball schedule, which will be streamed in its entirety live on FloHoops.com — a total of 139 CAA home women's basketball games.

FloSports Rebrands, Launches Android App

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You may have noticed something different about FloHoops this week… 

CAA Announces FloSports Broadcast Schedule

The Colonial Athletic Association announced its 2019-20 men’s basketball schedule for FloSports, which will include over 100 broadcasts on FloHoops.com.

Eugene Brown Chooses Ohio State After 'Amazing' Official Visit

Eugene Brown had a successful summer after suffering a devastating leg injury at the beginning of his junior year. That didn’t stop him from drawing recruiting interest from Louisville, Ohio State, Butler and Georgia, among others.