In All Six Televised Games For Bulldogs
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Yale men's basketball team will make three appearances on the NBC Sports Network as part of the Ivy League package this season. First up is a non-league game at Saint Louis on Jan. 4. In addition the Bulldogs' Ivy games at Columbia (Feb. 23) and home against Harvard (Mar. 7) will be televised.
Three other games will be televised as well: Nov. 11 at UConn (SNY), Nov. 26 at Lafayette (Lafayette Sports Network) and Dec. 17 at Providence (Fox Sports 1). Additionally, the Nov. 14 game at Rutgers will be available on ESPN3.
Ivy League men's basketball is back on the NBC Sports Network for a second season in 2013-14 with a 10-game schedule featuring all eight Ancient Eight teams.
The league's package with NBCSN is highlighted by seven league matchups to go along with three games pitting Ivy teams against foes from the Atlantic-10 conference.
NBCSN is slated to present more than 60 college basketball games during the 2013-14 season, including over 40 regular season matchups from the Ivy League, A-10 and Colonial Athletic Association, three holiday tournaments featuring Big East, Big Ten and Atlantic Coast Conference schools and coverage of two conference tournaments.
Report filed by Tim Bennett, Yale Sports Publicity