Hopkins to have 13 games broadcast on national TV

February 05, 2013 | WNST Staff

BALTIMORE, MD – The Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team will open the 2013 season on Friday, February 8 when the Blue Jays welcome Siena to Homewood Field for a 5 pm game. The game against the Saints will be the first of 13 nationally televised games for Johns Hopkins, which will have its games air on ESPNU, WatchESPN and the CBS Sports Network during the 2013 season.

In addition to the most extensive television coverage of any lacrosse team in the nation, Johns Hopkins will be providing an internet audio-only broadcast of each of its eight regular season home games on the official web site of Hopkins Athletics (www.HopkinsSports.com). Stu Johnson, the voice of Hopkins athletics, will provide the play-by-play, while former Blue Jay lacrosse players Drew Dabrowski and Pat Miller will provide analysis. Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse games will no longer air locally in the Baltimore area on the radio.

Johns Hopkins, which is now in the eighth year of an exclusive partnership with ESPNU that provides for the broadcast of every regular season home game, will appear on ESPNU 11 times and WatchESPN and the CBS Sports Network once each this season. The only Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse game that will not be televised during the 2013 season is the Blue Jays’ game at Towson on February 16.

Below is a breakdown of where each Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse game during the 2013 season can be seen:

Siena (Feb. 8)
Princeton (March 1)
Mount St. Mary’s (March 5)
UMBC (March 8)
@ Syracuse (March 16)
vs. Virginia (March 23)
@ North Carolina (March 30)
Albany (April 5)
@ Maryland (April 13)
Navy (April 20)
Loyola (April 27)

Michigan (Feb. 23)

CBS Sports Network
@ Army (May 3)