Merrimack Athletics Dept. Launches Updated Website

Merrimack athletics has joined forces with industry leader SIDEARM Sports to launch a redesigned website that will serve as home to the college's 24 men's and women's varsity sports programs.
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The website was built with the user experience in mind, adhering to the most modern and forward-looking design standards to offer compatibility across all devices. Along with a sleek design, improved navigation structure and a cleaner overall layout, the site creates quick and easy access to essential information such as scores, schedules, videos, ticket information and more.

As part of the move, live streaming on the Merrimack Sports Network, which broadcasts nearly 100 home athletic events on an annual basis, will now be integrated within the new website. Fans will be able to watch their favorite teams and access live statistics and other pertinent game-related information all on the same page. Further details on the streaming setup will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Additional upgrades include a new top schedule that shows all recent and upcoming scores and results with the click of the mouse, game day hubs, enhanced student-athlete bios, schedule pages, statistics, photo galleries and much more.

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