NEW HAVEN, Conn. –Yale All-Access has exclusive live video coverage of a pair of Yale home games vs. Harvard Saturday. At 6 p.m. the women’s basketball team hosts the Crimson, and at 7 p.m. it’s the men’s hockey team’s turn against the Bulldogs’ archrival.
In women’s basketball, Yale currently sits in second place in the Ivy League at 7-2, trailing only Princeton (8-0). Harvard (5-3) is fourth.
In men’s ice hockey, Yale (11-13-2, 8-10-1 ECAC Hockey) currently holds the eighth spot in the standings, which would give the Bulldogs home-ice advantage in the first round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs. Harvard (8-7-11, 6-4-9) is currently in fourth, which would give the Crimson a bye in the first round and home-ice advantage in the second round. Yale trails Harvard by just four points in the standings, and can make up two of them tonight.
To view the games, please visit:
and click on the link that says “Watch” next to the game.
Yale All-Access video streams more than 100 Yale Athletics home events live each year, covering basketball, football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, squash, volleyball and other special events. Access to each individual game on Yale All-Access is $8.95. Events are available both live and on demand. Viewers can also purchase season passes for $39.95 per team. The best value is an all-inclusive full season pass, which grants viewers access to every available broadcast in 2011-12. That is available for just $89.95.
Please note that all schedules are subject to change and some games may not be available live on Yale All-Access due to television coverage.