April 3, 2006
ATLANTA – FSN South’s ACC ALL-ACCESS, which spotlights the Atlantic Coast Conference with behind-the-scenes real-life experiences of ACC student-athletes and coaches, will include a feature on Georgia Tech tennis ace Kristi Miller this Tuesday, April 4th at 6:30 p.m. A replay of the half-hour show will air at 1 a.m.
Miller is the nation’s top-ranked singles player, according to the latest Fila/ITA Tennis Poll, and became the first women’s tennis All-American in school history a season ago. She currently holds the record for both singles and doubles wins in a season and competed in the 2005 U.S. Open with former Miami standout Megan Bradley.
Tuesday night’s show will also feature the 2006 NCAA Women’s Final Four, which features three teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference, and a look at the North Carolina baseball pitching staff, which includes three preseason All-Americans in Daniel Bard, Andrew Miller and Robert Woodard.
ACC ALL-ACCESS, hosted by Mike Hogewood, is a live, weekly, half-hour Atlantic Coast Conference program of record, originating from FSN South’s Atlanta studio. The show reaches 11 million homes throughout Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, on the nation’s largest regional sports television network. Also, in the states of Maryland and Virginia as well as in Washington, D.C., ACC ALL ACCESS airs on Comcast SportsNet/Mid-Atlantic; and, across the state of Florida, the show airs on FSN Florida. In the Boston television market ACC ALL ACCESS airs on NESN.