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Women’s Lacrosse Home Broadcasting Schedule Announced

Feb. 8, 2018

Charlottesville, Va. The Virginia athletics department announced today its spring season live broadcasting and streaming schedules for home events that will appear on ESPN affiliated networks. A total of 63 Cavalier events will be carried on either ESPNU or ACC Network Extra.

ACC Network Extra is a dedicated digital channel for ACC sports which is available to authenticated subscribers of ESPN3 through WatchESPN and the ESPN app at no additional charge. The broadcast schedule includes all nine home women’s lacrosse matches.

A number of Virginia’s road contents are also streamed by other ACC institutions. Check for links to those events on the team’s calendar page or event game notes.

The ACC will again provide extensive broadcasts for its post-season spring sports championships. Information on each of those broadcasts will be available within the event preview releases on or the Championship Central web page at

Women’s Lacrosse
Feb. 17  Elon                  ACCNE
Feb. 21  Richmond              ACCNE
Feb. 28  William & Mary        ACCNE
March 4  Syracuse              ACCNE
March 10 North Carolina        ACCNE
March 21 James Madison         ACCNE
March 28 Canisius              ACCNE
March 31 Boston College        ACCNE
April 7  Penn State            ACCNE




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