Subscribe to Sport Schedules

An Internet Calendar Subscription is a calendar that you download and view in either iCal or Outlook. However, unlike a schedule download for calender applications, Internet Calendar Subscriptions are updated automatically.

For Outlook:

  • Find your desired sport schedule in the sport listing below, and click to open. You may be asked to verify that you trust the source of the Internet Calendar Subscription.
  • At the prompt, "Add this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates," click Yes.
  • For Windows 7 users, simply accept the download, and open the file within "downloads." The file will open within Outlook, as long as it is still set as the default program

The Internet Calendar opens in side-by-side view in the Outlook Calendar and is added to the Navigation Pane in Calendar view under Other Calendars. Please note that send/receive errors will be present in Outlook. While Outlook is able to recognize the start and stop time of events for all functional purposes, all times are interpreted as "floating" start times, causing error (0x00040023).

For iCal:

  • Click the link for your desired sport in the list below for the Internet Calendar Subscription.
  • At the prompt, choose "Subscribe."
  • Choose desired options, select "yes" for auto-refresh, and subscription is complete. Auto refresh settings can be adjusted within the subscription info for iCal

Online Calendar Applications

You can subscribe to sport calendars using internet calendar applications by such providers as Google, and Yahoo. To add a subscription to your calendar, copy/paste your desired sport link below into your internet calendar application of choice when adding a subscription via URL. Please note that game start times are not displayed correctly within Google Calendar, as they are displayed in GMT time.

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For more detailed instructions for Google and Yahoo calendar applications, click below:

Download Sport Schedules

For Outlook

Here's how to download and import a schedule:

  • Click on a link below and choose "Save" to download a calendar file.
  • In Outlook, go to "Import and Export" under the "File" menu.
  • Choose "Import an iCalendar (.ics) or vCalendar file (.vcs)."
  • Click "Next" and browse to the location where you saved the calendar (.ics) file.
  • Select the iCalendar (.ics) file you wish to import, then click "OK."
  • Click "Open as New" to create a separate calendar beside the Personal Exchange Calendar. Click "Import" to actually import the data to your calendar.

NOTE: Sports with schedules not yet announced will have blank files on download.

Available Sports:


For iCal

Here's how to download and import a schedule:

  • Click the schedule below that you want to import. (In some web browsers, you might have to right-click).
  • Select "Save File" (it is easiest to save the file to your Desktop).
  • Find the location of the file you downloaded and double-click.
  • Enter a name for the calendar (or accept the default) and click "OK".
  • If you are using Safari as your web browser, once you click on a schedule below it will automatically load into Apple iCal.

System requirements:

Operating System/Platform: Microsoft Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP or Windows Vista
Calendar/Outlook: Outlook 2000, XP, 2003 or 2007
Other: Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0. Most computers have this installed and otherwise you can download it HERE. You may be required to download a newer version, such as Microsoft. NET Framework Version 3.5 SP1, which is available HERE.

iCal Subscriber for Outlook download instructions:

  • Save iCal Subscriber 1.2 for Outlook from HERE.
  • Ensure your Microsoft Outlook is completely closed.
  • Locate the file "MarkThisDateSetup-12.msi" that you saved, double-click and to open and run the setup. You may receive a confirmation message asking if you are sure you want to run the program, select "Run".
  • The MarkThisDate Setup Wizard will appear and guide you through the installation.
  • Once installed, you may add and subscribe to iCalendars. For more information or instructions on adding iCalendars using "iCal Subscriber for Outlook", click HERE.

Available Sports: