Liberty Bell Championship Game vs. Lehigh to be Televised
April 9, 2007
EASTON, Pa. - The championship game of the Liberty Bell Classic between Lafayette and archrival Lehigh will be televised as part of the partnership between the Lafayette Sports Network (LSN) and College Sports Television (CSTV).
Tuesday night's showdown at Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, will be shown to a national television audience on CSTV on Friday, April 13, at 5 p.m. CSTV is available via satellite television (DIRECTV 610, Dish Network 152) and on select cable systems.
The game will also be carried live on RCN-4 in the Lehigh Valley, RCN-8 in the Delaware Valley and on WBPH-60 in all of Philadelphia. A replay of the broadcast will be Wednesday, April 11 at 8:30 p.m. The game will also be available through RCN Video on Demand.
The games will also be shown live on the web by Lafayette Sports Network All-Access on GoLeopards.com. LSN All-Access subscribers take advantage of full coverage of all Lafayette athletics for $6.95 per month of $49.95 for the entire year.
Veteran Lehigh Valley broadcaster Gary Laubach will handle play-by-play duties while John Leone will serve as the analyst. Dan Mowdy will handle field reporting duties.
Lafayette comes into Tuesday night's match-up after taking three of four games from Patriot League foe Navy this past weekend. On the road to the championship game, the Leopards defeated Villanova, 8-2, on March 27 and Penn, 10-2, on April 3. Lafayette reached the championship last season before falling to La Salle 6-5. Lehigh played its way into to the title game by knocking off La Salle, 3-2, and Temple, 14-4.
Lafayette fans attending the game are encouraged to attend a complimentary reception prior to the game. The Maroon Club's Friends of Baseball will sponsor the event in the Hall of Fame Club, adjacent to the Leopards' ticket block for the game.
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