Multimedia

Date Opponent Tip-Off Time Live Outlet(s)
11/14 Princeton 7 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
11/25 Wagner 4 p.m. GoLeopards.com
12/3 Manhattan 3 p.m. GoLeopards.com
12/7 Saint Joseph's 7 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
1/4 Columbia 5 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
1/7 Navy 3 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
1/18 Holy Cross 7 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
1/25 Colgate 7 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
2/8 Army 7 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
2/11 Bucknell 3 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
2/19 Lehigh 3 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
2/25 American 3 p.m. Lafayette Sports Network (RCN-4, RCN-8, WBPH-60), GoLeopards.com
3/1 PL Tournament Quarterfinal TBD GoLeopards.com
3/5 PL Tournament Semifinal TBD GoLeopards.com
3/10 PL Tournament Championship 6 p.m. CBS SN

RCN-4: available through RCN cable system in Lehigh Valley

RCN-8: available through RCN cable systems in Philadelphia, NYC, Boston, Washington, DC and Chicago

WBPH-60: available in all of Eastern PA and Western NJ over the air and through cable, DirecTV (dial 60) and DISH Network (dial 60)

GoLeopards.com: live streaming coverage of 100+ Lafayette events

CBS SN: CBS Sports Network (DirecTV 613, DISH Network 152)

 


Ten of Lafayette's women's basketball games will be televised during the 2011-12 season, with the possibility of more telecasts being added during the Patriot League Tournament in March.

All 10 telecasts will be produced by the Lafayette Sports Network (LSN), which annually produces the most expansive and highest quality television package in the Patriot League. Each of those broadcasts will air live regionally to more than 10 million viewers on RCN-4 (Lehigh Valley), RCN-8 (Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C. and Chicago) and WBPH-60 (eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey).

With the exception of the Patriot League Championship, which will be nationally-televised live on CBS Sports Network, Lafayette's games during the 2012 Patriot League Tournament will also be broadcast on the Lafayette Sports Network.

As an element of Lafayette's long-term multi-media agreement with CBS Interactive, all LSN telecasts are streamed live on the internet and available worldwide through GoLeopards.com. Lafayette was the first of the CBS Interactive partners to make live video streaming available to fans everywhere when the 2000 Lafayette-Lehigh football game aired live on GoLeopards.com. Four additional Lafayette contests will be broadcast exclusively on LSN All-Access.

Emmy-nominated local sports broadcaster Gary Laubach and former Lafayette men's basketball coach John Leone will be on the call for the Lafayette Sports Network for the 15th season.

Lafayette Athletics, as a partner in the mission of the College, provides an incredibly effective learning experience for student-athletes through competitive NCAA Division I athletics. Lafayette sponsors 23 varsity sports with more than 600 student-athletes.

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The Lafayette Sports Network (LSN) handles all multimedia elements and advertising sales for athletics at Lafayette College. LSN is the Patriot League leader in delivering high-quality programming worldwide via television, radio, streaming video and satellite.

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