The NCAA schedule is expanded from just the division three games from last season. This season will feature at least one division one broadcast with the potential for up to four more that are yet to be announced.
“We are so happy to be adding more NCAA games to our lineup” said network CEO Marisa Ingemi. “Our NCAA D3 games have brought tremendous results, so to add more of those along with the other divisions is excellent.”
That division one game will feature the Hartford Hawks travelling to face the St. Johns Red Storm on February 1st. That game will be called by the College Lax Report host Dave Giancola, along with MLL Roundtable and NCAA GameDay Live host Andrew Goldberg.
Also on the schedule is the Bentley Falcons. Kayleigh Hagenbuch of In Lacrosse We Trust Boston will have the call, with former Boston Cannons head coach Steve Duffy on the color commentating side.
Southern New Hampshire University games will be broadcast by Martin Foley. The games from Pfieffer University will be simulcasted from their live feed, while all of the Division three games will be simulcasted from Lacrosse Radio Network partner SFM Sports.
|2/1 Hartford @ St. Johns 12pm||4/2 Mount Olive @ Pfieffer 4pm|
|2/15 Stevenson vs York College 12:40pm||4/2 St. Anslem @ Southern New Hampshire 7pm|
|2/22 Stevenson vs RIT 3:40pm||4/5 Merrimack @ Southern New Hampshire 1pm|
|3/11 Dominican @ Pfieffer 3pm||4/5 Stevenson vs Alvernia 6:40pm|
|3/12 Stevenson vs Elizibeth 6:40pm||4/9 Merrimack @ Bentley 7pm|
|3/18 Stevenson vs Tufts 6:40pm||4/11 Salisbury vs Cabrini 6:40pm|
|3/21 Le Moyne @ Bentley 7pm||4/12 Salisbury vs Southern Virginia 6:40pm|
|3/26 Belmont Abbey @ Pfieffer 3:30pm||4/19 Franklin Pierce @ Bentley 7pm|
|3/29 Adelphi @ Southern New Hampshire 1pm||4/22 Mercy @ Southern New Hampshire 4pm|
The Lacrosse Radio Network will be announcing its women’s and MCLA schedules shortly as well.