CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – A combined nine Virginia men’s lacrosse regular season games are set to be broadcast on ACC Network (ACCN) and ESPNU, ESPN announced on Thursday (Feb. 2). Games that air on ESPN networks will also be available through the ESPN App, accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.
Virginia’s regular season broadcast schedule is listed below.
UVA’s home contests against Harvard (Feb. 18) and Richmond (March 4) will stream on ACC Network Extra (ACCNX), while the Cavaliers’ pair of non-conference road games at Johns Hopkins (March 7) and Lafayette (April 25) will stream on ESPN+. Virginia’s neutral-site matchup against Ohio State (Feb. 25) in Naples, Florida is expected to stream on B1G+.
Weekly schedules and commentators for linear designations will be available here throughout the season.
Additionally, WINA (1070 AM/98.9 FM), the flagship station of Virginia Athletics, is set provide coverage for eight Cavalier men’s lacrosse games, including UVA’s full ACC slate.
Virginia was voted preseason No. 1 in both the Inside Lacrosse and Nike/USA Lacrosse Magazine preseason media polls, which were previously announced in January. The Cavaliers return 2022 Tewaaraton Award Finalist Connor Shellenberger, reigning ACC Defensive Player of the Year Cole Kastner, and reigning ACC Freshman of the Year Matthew Nunes.