Breakers announce Tourbeau Sports Group as 2014 media production company

Will produce live broadcasts of Breakers home games

(March 13, 2014) - The Boston Breakers announced today their partnership with Tourbeau Sports Group. The media production and sports development company based out of South Carolina will produce and stream all Breakers home games in 2014, free of charge.

(March 13, 2014) - The Boston Breakers announced today their partnership with Tourbeau Sports Group. The media production and sports development company based out of South Carolina will produce and stream all Breakers home games in 2014, free of charge.

"We are delighted to enter a partnership with Tourbeau Sports Group,” Boston Breakers general manager Lee Billiard said. “We did a lot of research into the quality we wanted our broadcasts to be this season, and Tourbeau Sports Group filled all the leagues minimum requirements and our own high expectations of a quality stream that represents the Breakers brand."

Tourbeau Sports Group has produced live broadcasts of US Soccer, North American Soccer League, and United Soccer Leagues matches, amongst several other leagues and conferences throughout the U.S.

"We are very excited and blessed to have the opportunity to partner with the Boston Breakers. The Breakers have a rich history in the game, and Tourbeau Sports is honored to assist the club in their video streaming productions for the 2014 season,” Tourbeau Sports Group President Chase Neidig said. "As a soccer-specific production company, we see this exclusive partnership with the Breakers as the next step in our desire to provide professional video streaming services to soccer organizations at the professional level for a fraction of the price. We not only look forward to providing high quality video content for the Breakers in 2014, but for years to come in Boston and hopefully across the entire NWSL."

The Breakers are also pleased to announce the 2014 broadcast team of Scott Sudikoff and Katherine Donnelly.

Sudikoff, who hails from Sharon, Mass., rejoins the Breakers for his second season doing play-by-play. In addition to calling Breakers games, Sudikoff is a local play-by-play voice that has most recently called games for Harvard University (football, basketball, and hockey) and UMass Lowell (women's basketball). He has also been a sports talk show host and contributor for WEEI 93.7-FM in Boston for the past two years.

Scott Sudikoff

"The Breakers and the NWSL have a passionate fan base, and I'm excited to be a part of it for another season,” Sudikoff said. “Having a former player like Katherine in the broadcast booth will give the fans a unique perspective."

Donnelly, a former Breaker who played with the team in 2012, will do color commentary. Donnelly previously interned for WHDH Channel 7, the local NBC affiliate, in the station’s sports department and recently worked as the marketing and community relations manager of the New Britain Rock Cats, the minor league baseball affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The Londonderry, N.H. native is a graduate of Boston University.

"I couldn't be more excited to be back with the Breakers organization,” Donnelly said. “I loved my time playing with the team, and I'm thrilled to be part of the action this season in a new capacity, alongside Scott."

Katherine Donnelly in a 2012 game for the Breakers (Photo By Meg Linehan)

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