Bulldogs Battle No. 23 Crimson for First Place in Ivy League
NEW HAVEN, Conn. –Yale All-Access has exclusive live video coverage of the Yale men's basketball game vs. No. 23 Harvard Friday night at 7 p.m. at Lee Amphitheater. Because of the tremendous amount of interest the game has generated -- tickets are sold out -- the Yale Athletics Department is making the game free for fans to view on Yale All-Access.
To view the game, please visit
and click on the link that says "Watch" next to the game.
The game can also be viewed at Box 63 in New Haven, which is featuring a $2 off appetizer special.
Yale (12-4, 2-0 Ivy League) and Harvard (16-2, 2-0 Ivy League) are currently tied with Penn (10-9, 2-0 Ivy League) atop the Ivy League standings.
Evan Ellis '12 and Cullinan Williams '13 are the Yale All-Access men's basketball broadcasters.
Yale All-Access video streams more than 100 Yale Athletics home events live each year, covering basketball, football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, squash, volleyball and other special events. Access to each individual game on Yale All-Access (other than Friday's Yale-Harvard men's basketball game) is $8.95. Events are available both live and on demand. Viewers can also purchase season passes for $39.95 per team. The best value is an all-inclusive full season pass, which grants viewers access to every available broadcast in 2011-12. That is available for just $89.95.
Please note that all schedules are subject to change and some games may not be available live on Yale All-Access due to television coverage.