NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Yale All-Access has exclusive live video coverage of Saturday's Yale men's lacrosse game vs. Harvard at 2 p.m. from Reese Stadium. The Bulldogs bring a six-game winning streak into the game, and could eliminate Harvard from contention for a spot in the Ivy League tournament. At 3-2 in the league, Yale has already clinched a spot in the tournament.
Viewers can purchase Yale All-Access season passes for just $39.95 per team, which includes live broadcasts of every remaining home game plus on-demand broadcasts of all previously played home games. Individual games are just $8.95 each.
To view any of the games, please visit:
and click on the link that says "Watch" next to the game.
Evan Ellis '12 is the play-by-play voice of the Yale men's lacrosse team, and he is joined by Pat Reed as color commentator.
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. Events are available both live and on demand. The best value is an all-inclusive full season pass, which grants viewers access to every Yale All-Access 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 on Yale All-Access due to television coverage.