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How Will I Watch Lehigh/Villanova Tonight?

Not going to the game at the Main Line, and you want to know how to catch tonight's game?

Never fear.  LFN's here.


Kickoff time on the main line is 6:00 PM.

The game is not on TV, but it is available through a live stream from Villanova here.  It requires a login and a subscription fee.

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 on the AM Dial: 1160, 1230 and 1320.

Additionally, if you're in and around the Philadelphia area, AM 610 offers the Villanova radio broadcast (and this is a legit way to follow the game if you're outside the Lehigh Valley Radio area).

If you're looking for something to do before the game starts, there's a lot of streamed games available on the internet.  Here they are:

1:00 PM, Elizabeth City (D-II) at Fordham, Campus Insiders
6:00 PM, Bucknell at Duquesne, NEC Front Row
6:00 PM, Georgetown at Marist, Marist Athletics
6:00 PM, Delaware at Lafayette, Campus Insiders and on TV at Lafayette Sports Network (check local listings)
7:00 PM, Holy Cross at New Hampshire, CAA.TV and on NESN the American Sports Network (you can check listings for the American Sports Network here, or watch the American Sports Network's live stream of the game here.)

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




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