PRINCETON, N.J. – Three Columbia soccer games will be televised live on both the Ivy League Network (ILN) and ESPN3 this fall, the League announced on Thursday afternoon. In addition, the ILN announced its entire fall live event schedule covering each of the eight conference institutions and stretching across six sports.
Columbia soccer games that will be televised live on the ILN and ESPN3 include: Pittsburgh at Men’s Soccer on Tuesday, Oct. 3 (7 p.m.), Penn at Women’s Soccer on Friday, Oct. 6 (7 p.m.) and Harvard at Men’s Soccer on Sunday, Nov. 5 (2 p.m.). All three games will be played at Columbia’s Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium.
Columbia will broadcast all home men’s soccer, women’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball games and matches on the Ivy League Digital Network. Most road league games and matches in these sports can be accessed live on the ILN. Check the respective schedules www.gocolumbialions.com for more information.
All events appearing on ESPN3 will also be simulcast on the ILN. In its fifth year as the primary home for Ivy League athletics, ILN features over 1,100 live events each academic year. For subscription package information and a list of available fall events, visit IvyLeagueNetwork.com or IvyLeague.tv.
All games broadcast on ESPN3 are available at no additional cost to fans that receive ESPN as part of their television subscription through participating television providers. For more information about ESPN3/WatchESPN, click here.
The newly branded ILN also announced significant enhancements for 2017-18 including a mobile app, online website redesign and professional graphics and animations. For full information to the ILN changes, click here.