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Programs for SPORTSOUTH on Monday, April 6, 2020
11:00 PM
MLS Soccer Houston Dynamo at Atlanta United FC from Mercedes-Benz Stadiium Houston won last season with a 4-0 victory, as the Dynamo scored four goals in the first half; Atlanta United is winless over its last three league contests.
1:00 AM
Atlanta United Live! Postgame Postgame analysis following the Atlanta United matchup is provided, including highlights of key moments from the game, interviews and more.
1:30 AM
Women's College Soccer Kansas State Wildcats at Texas Tech Red Raiders from John B. Walker Soccer Complex Kansas State (3-12-2, 1-7-0) last lost to West Virginia, 3-0; No. 17 Texas Tech (13-2-2, 5-1-2) won last year, 2-0, as Marissa Zucchetto made six saves.
3:30 AM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
4:00 AM
Fight Sports World Class Championship Boxing EBU European Heavyweight Title: Agit Kabayel vs Andriy Rudenko from Maritim Hotel in Magdeburg, Germany (TV-PG) Andriy Rudenko (32-3, 20 KOs) of Ukraine faces EBU European Heavyweight champion Agit Kabayel (18-0, 13 KOs) for the title in the 12-round main event.
6:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Tech Red Raiders from United Supermarkets Arena Kansas (5-9, 1-3) won both matches last year, sweeping when it visited, 25-22, 25-22, 25-19; Texas Tech (13-6, 3-2) beat Iowa State last time out, 3-1.
8:00 AM
Women's College Soccer Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Tech Red Raiders from John B. Walker Soccer Complex Kansas last beat Oklahoma, 1-0 (OT); No. 14 Texas Tech tied last season's game on Cassie Hiatt's strike at 88:21 and won it on an own goal in overtime, 2-1.
10:00 AM
College Baseball Houston Baptist Huskies at Texas Tech Red Raiders from Dan Law Field Houston Baptist finished 18-35 overall last season; Texas Tech has advanced to the College World Series in each of the past two seasons.
1:00 PM
XTERRA Pan American Championships (Repeat) The 10-stop series for amateur and professional athletes tests their endurance and stamina with a 1.5K swim, a 28K mountain bike ride and a 10K trail run.
2:00 PM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
2:30 PM
Golf America (Repeat) Host Alan Hunter presents a weekly program that spotlights a variety of private golf courses and fine resorts around North America and the Caribbean. Alan Hunter(Host)
3:00 PM
Golf America (Repeat) Host Alan Hunter presents a weekly program that spotlights a variety of private golf courses and fine resorts around North America and the Caribbean. Alan Hunter(Host)
3:30 PM
Golf America (Repeat) Host Alan Hunter presents a weekly program that spotlights a variety of private golf courses and fine resorts around North America and the Caribbean. Alan Hunter(Host)
4:00 PM
Golf America (Repeat) Host Alan Hunter presents a weekly program that spotlights a variety of private golf courses and fine resorts around North America and the Caribbean. Alan Hunter(Host)
4:30 PM
Golf America (Repeat) Host Alan Hunter presents a weekly program that spotlights a variety of private golf courses and fine resorts around North America and the Caribbean. Alan Hunter(Host)
5:00 PM
Power of Sports Kansas City (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
5:30 PM
Power of Sports Indianapolis (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
6:00 PM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (New) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
6:30 PM
Epic Trails Jämtland, Sweden (Repeat)
7:00 PM
Fight Sports World Class Championship Boxing Vacant EBU European Light Heavyweight Title: Dominic Boesel vs. Karo Murat from Ballsport Arena in Dresden, Germany (TV-PG) Dominic Boesel (24-0-0, 9 KOs) faces Karo Murat (30-3-1, 19 KOs) for IBF Inter-Continental, WBA Continental and WBO Inter-Continental Light Heavyweight titles.
9:00 PM
College Tennis Nebraska Cornhuskers at Oklahoma Sooners from Headington Family Tennis Center Nebraska has lost six of its past seven outings; OU entered weekend off a 4-3 loss vs. No. 30 Pepperdine, but No. 100 Mason Beiler beat No. 69 Conrado Summaria.
11:30 PM
Women's College Tennis TCU Horned Frogs at Oklahoma Sooners from Headington Family Tennis Center TCU is coming off a sweep of USF; Oklahoma won last year's match, 5-2, as Martina Capurro, Camila Romero, Kianah Motosono and Ivana Corley netted singles wins.
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