Harvard now has six games set to be televised, a program record (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's lacrosse team will make its television debut Saturday, March 12 at Penn State as ESPN has confirmed a fourth game for the Crimson on its family of networks.
Harvard's matchup at Penn State will be broadcast on ESPNU, with opening faceoff set for 10 a.m. This will mark the third-straight season Harvard has had at least four contests televised on the ESPN family of networks.
The Crimson can also be seen on ESPN3 for a trio of Ivy League contests, starting with its March 19 game versus Brown to open Ancient Eight play. The Crimson will also play at Penn April 16 before hosting Princeton April 23 on the network.
Harvard's March 22 game versus Boston University and March 26 game versus Dartmouth will be televised on NESNplus.
Additionally, the team's neutral-site game versus Duke on March 5 will be simulcast online via the Ivy League Digital Network and Lax Sports Network.
For Harvard athletics' compete television broadcast schedule, click here.