Northern Arizona University athletics and its multimedia rightsholder, Learfield's NAU Lumberjack Sports Properties, announced details on its new statewide radio network Friday.
In Flagstaff, fans can hear live football and men's basketball games on both 93.5 FM and AM 930 KAFF Country Legends. KAFF Country Legends will also carry select women's basketball games and the NAU coaches' shows. In Prescott, fans will be able to turn to 97.9 The Eagle for the same NAU programming.
For NAU fans in Phoenix and Window Rock, football and men's basketball games can be heard on Money Radio 1510 AM/105.3 FM and on KHAC 880 AM, respectively.
Additionally, all audio streams to games can be accessed on NAUAthletics.com.
With the start of the season just around the corner, the Northern Arizona women's golf team has released its 2017-18 schedule.
In total, the Lumberjacks will compete in 11 tournaments throughout the fall and spring seasons, including the Big Sky Championships, starting with the Ptarmigan Ram Classic Invitational hosted by Colorado State, Sept. 17-19 in Fort Collins, Colorado.
NAU will then compete in the Coeur d'Alene Resort Collegiate Invitational hosted by Gonzaga, Sept. 26-27 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The two girls who do not compete in that event will still get their work in as they will head to Denver's Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate event, Sept. 30-Oct. 1 in Palm Desert, California.
"Almost every one of these tournaments in the fall are a new event," said head coach Brad Bedortha. "We haven't played in the Colorado State tournament since I've been here. The Coeur d'Alene tournament is a brand-new event as well.
"We really worked hard to try to upgrade our tournament schedule and get us in some better tournaments, better fields, and we got really lucky and got us some good events," he added.
The Lumberjacks close out the fall portion of their schedule with Denver's Ron Moore Women's Intercollegiate, Oct. 6-8 and UNLV's Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, Oct. 22-24.
After the winter break, Northern Arizona returns with the Battle at the Rock, hosted by UC Riverside, Feb. 12-13. The Lumberjacks then head to Las Vegas for UNLV's and Long Beach State's The Rebel -- Beach event, Feb. 26-27.
Northern Arizona closes out the regular season with the Arizona Wildcat Invitational (March 5-6), its own Red Rocks Invitational (March 24-25 in Sedona) and the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (April 2-3) in Maricopa.
"Overall, I'm really happy about our spring schedule as well," Bedortha said. "The spring one we get to drive to all of them; Riverside is a little bit of a drive, Las Vegas is close and everything else is pretty close to get to."
The team will then set its sights on the Big Sky Conference Championship, April 20-22 in Boulder City, Nevada, where it will look to improve on its fourth-place finish from a year ago.