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W. Basketball. Women’s Basketball Television Schedule Set

Nov. 6, 2014

EASTON, Pa. – The Lafayette Sports Network will broadcast 12 games on the women’s basketball schedule this season, including all nine home Patriot League contests. All 12 LSN broadcasts will be available for free on the Patriot League Network (PatriotLeague.TV).

All of Lafayette’s road games in Patriot League play will be available live on the Patriot League Network, and the Leopards home opener against Delaware on Nov. 14 will be available exclusively on the Patriot League Network. Lafayette’s game at Lehigh on Jan. 25 will be televised on the American Sports Network and also streamed on the Patriot League Network.

LSN’s traditional live distribution to more than 10 million viewers on RCN-TV and WBPH-60 covering all of Eastern Pennsylvania will be enhanced again this season by live coverage on all of RCN’s cable systems in major markets along the East Coast. RCN subscribers in Boston (226,000), New York City (250,000), Philadelphia (382,000) and Washington, D.C. (131,000) will be able to watch Lafayette games live on the RCN-TV network. In addition to standard definition dial positions (4 in the Lehigh Valley and 8 elsewhere), RCN-TV can now be seen on the HD tier (1004 in the Lehigh Valley and 608 in Philadelphia).

Nationally, LSN telecasts will be picked up for the 14th straight year by DIRECTV and DISH Network outlets, through WBPH-60. All televised games will be available live on WBPH-60, located on channel 60 on DIRECTV and 8169 on DISH Network.

Emmy-nominated local sports broadcaster Gary Laubach will handle all of the Leopards’ play-by-play duties for the 18th straight season. Former Lafayette men’s basketball coach John Leone will provide color analysis for the 18th season. In his 13th year as a member of the announcing crew is RCN’s Dan Mowdy, who will report on the Leopards from the sideline.

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