The 14 teams across the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association will stream their matches exclusively on Hudl

LINCOLN, NE (September 5, 2023)- One of the nation’s oldest, and most successful conferences in NCAA Division II, the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, will continue its exclusive streaming partnership with Hudl. 

The MIAA has used Hudl as its exclusive streaming partner for the past six academic years, and in the fall of 2021 became the first Division II conference to have all content behind a paywall. The MIAA Network announced a record revenue distribution to its 14 member schools following the 2021-22 season, and the network has now surpassed over $2 million in its second full year as an exclusive streaming partner with Hudl.

"The MIAA prides itself on providing the best webstreaming content to highlight our member institution. We are proud of our partnership with Hudl who has helped us deliver incredible results. We have seen annual increases in broadcast quality, viewership, engagement and revenue generation that make it easy for our conference leadership to continue to invest in our digital production efforts." Mike Racy, MIAA Commissioner.

“We’re thrilled that Hudl has been chosen to power the MIAA Sports Network well into the future,” said Ben Kant, Head of Streaming at Hudl. “Through our partnership with the MIAA, we’ve been able to showcase the power of revenue sharing models for conferences across Division II. This partnership paved the way for others to follow suit, and we're looking forward to creating more engaging livestream experiences for fans across the conferences of DII."

All MIAA football, women's soccer, volleyball, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball and softball conference regular season contests will continue to be streamed live on the MIAA Network