Want to watch as much lacrosse as humanly possible? Of course you do, why else would you be here!
Just click the little + button above to add it to your own personal Google Calendar to set reminders on what games to watch and when!
In 2015 we are spoiled by 10 different networks and their live streaming of some of over 185+ of college lacrosse’s best games!
- America East TV: This network is specific to the America East conference but features a ton of games for all of its schools! Plus it’s free!
- Big Ten Network: Must have access to Big Ten Network to access BTN2GO. There are some marquee games here in 2016. TV broadcasts available on the app.
- CBS Sports Network: The channel is available for pretty much every cable provider and satellite out there. They show a good amount of the Patriot League and a few other marquee games.
- ESPN 2/ ESPN U/ ESPN 3: ESPN and ESPN 2 have yet to release their schedules yet, which likely include the championship weekend. Just sign up for WatchESPN so you can watch all of the networks, at the same time, anywhere you are. Many of the best games of 2016 will be on the app.
- NEC Front Row: A free service featuring a ton of NorthEast Conference games. This site will probably start consuming your weekends, they have so many games!
- Patriot League Network: College Insiders hosts the Patriot League Network, featuring an incredible amount of games from Army, Boston U, Colgate, Lehigh, Loyola, Navy and more!
National Lacrosse League
The NLL is available for the watching all over regional television, if you’re in the right market. For now we have all of the nationally available games for broadcast and streaming listed in the calendar. You can check them out on:
- Fox Sports GO: The National Lacrosse League’s new service offering streaming games to fans. Every game not broadcast nationally by TSN is featured on Fox Sports GO.
- TSN: Canada’s version of ESPN is showing a ton of games this season, many that are also streaming on ESPN. Plus side is, TSN 2 is also showing a few games this season so fans can watch on their TVs!
- WatchESPN: Same deal as above, but with a ton of NLL content too!