UPCOMING ACTION ON KZSU SPORTS
Fri Nov 1505:55 PM Stanford Women's Volleyball Cardinal v. USC on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
Sat Nov 1601:00 PM Stanford Football Cardinal v. WSU on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
Sun Nov 1712:00 PM Stanford Women's Volleyball Cardinal vs UCLA on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
Tue Nov 1909:00 PM The Sports Zoo on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
Tue Nov 2609:00 PM The Sports Zoo on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
Tue Dec 0309:00 PM The Sports Zoo on 90.1 FM and KZSU-1
about kzsu sports
KZSU 90.1 is Stanford University's campus radio station. The station boasts one of the most extensive sports broadcasting departments in the country. KZSU has covered Stanford sports for more than 60 years.
KZSU covers eight Stanford sports, offering both home and road coverage on-air of Stanford football, men's and women's basketball, baseball, and women's volleyball. KZSU also broadcasts home games for men's and women's soccer as well as softball. Broadcasts for all eight sports are streamed online at kzsulive.stanford.edu.
KZSU is the exclusive radio home for Stanford women's volleyball, women's basketball, and baseball. With the success of these and other programs, KZSU broadcasters have covered dozens of National Championship games over the years.
KZSU broadcasters are unpaid student volunteers with a passion for sports. Many KZSU alumni have gone on to successful sports broadcasting careers, including San Francisco Giants play-by-play broadcaster Dave Flemming, ESPN anchor Scott Reiss, and ESPN Dream Job finalist Aaron Levine.
KZSU works closely with Stanford Athletics, developing relationships both with the teams broadcasters cover and those teams' fan bases. Listenership includes but Stanford fans, alums, faculty, students, and their families, as well as other Bay Area sports fans.
As a non-commercial radio station, KZSU relies on private donations and underwriting businesses for support in addition to University sources. KZSU sincerely appreciates its donors' and underwriters' help in making continued coverage of a variety of Stanford sports possible. Please consider making a donation by clicking on this link.