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How Will I Watch Lehigh/Penn tonight?

Not going to the game in North Philadelphia, and you want to know how to catch tonight's game?

Never fear.  LFN's here.


Kickoff time on the main line is 5:00 PM.

The game is not on TV, but it is available through a live stream from the Ivy League Digital Network here.

It requires a login and a subscription fee.  You can either get a daily pass, which costs $9.95, or a monthly pass, which is $15.95 and would also cover Lehigh's away game at Yale in a couple of weeks too.  If you know you want to stream both and can't attend either game, $15.95 is the best 

If you're cheap, like me, and want to listen to the game on the radio, you can catch the Lehigh game feed online here, or you can listen on AM at three spots around the Lehigh Valley on the AM Dial: 1160, 1230 and 1320.

Additionally, if you're in and around the Philadelphia area, you can also catch the game on 990 AM, WNTP (available throughout Phialdelphia and also the northern suburbs).

If you're looking for something to do before the game starts, there's a lot of streamed Patriot League games available on the internet.  A full information pack on every single game is here, but here's games of note for people around the Lehigh Valley:

12:00 PM, North Dakota State at No. 14 Iowa, ESPN2 or WatchESPN

12:00 PM, Temple at Penn State, Big 10 Network or BTN2GO

12:00 PM, No. 25 Miami (FL) at Appalachian State, ESPN or WatchESPN

12:00 PM, New Mexico at Rutgers, ESPNews or WatchESPN

1:30 PM, Colgate at Yale, One World Sports or Ivy League Digital Network (with the monthly pass ($$), you can stream this game for free with the two Lehigh games)

3:30 PM, Towson at Villanova, CSN-Philly or NBC Sports Live Extra

3:30 PM, No. 1 Alabama at No. 19 Ole Miss, CBS or CBSSports.com

5:00 PM, Lafayette at Princeton, Lafayette Sports Network affiliates or Ivy League Digital Network

6:00 PM. Cornell at Bucknell, Campus Insiders

7:00 PM, Navy at Tulane, American Sports Network (you can check listings for the American Sports Network hereor WatchESPN

7:00 PM, Holy Cross at Albany, Albany Sports (signin required)

8:00 PM, Army at UTEP, American Sports Network (you can check listings for the American Sports Network here)

Finally, need to catch up on the full preview fun pack of tonight's game?




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