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2015 Lacrosse Week: How to Watch the Hoos This Year

Virginia to play five nationally broadcast games

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I know, I know. After the doom-and-gloom piece yesterday, you're thinking, "Oh now they tell me how and where I can watch this team? Why on earth would they do that? What kind of sick, desperate, paranoid fanatic do they and Mark Titus think that I am?"

Because they're still our Hoos, and we love them, and it still beats watching baseball or the NBA. (Excepting, of course, UVa baseball. They're fun, and good, and you should watch them too!)

As befits one of the nation's most difficult schedules, Virginia gets six guaranteed dates on the ESPN family of networks.

Date

Time

Opponent

Network

Sun., March 1st
1 PM
@ Syracuse
ESPNU
Sat., March 14th
Noon
Notre Dame
ESPNU
Sat., March 21st
6 PM
@ Johns Hopkins
ESPNU
Fri., April 3rd
7 PM
UNC-Chapel Hill
ESPNU
Sun., April 12th
Noon
@ Duke
ESPNU
Fri., April 24th
5:30 PM
ACC Semifinal #1
ESPNU
Fri., April 24th
8 PM
ACC Semifinal #2
ESPNU
Sat., April 25th
7:30 PM
ACC Showcase
ESPN3
Sun., April 26th
1 PM
ACC Championship
ESPNU

The Hoos can only play in one of the ACC semifinals or the showcase game against Penn. Given that the showcase game leaves no shot for an ACC title, let's hope for one of the semifinals instead.

Webcasts will be available for Saturday's Loyola game, and the Richmond game on March 28th. Video replays of some games are also available through Cavaliers Live.

UPDATE (2/11/15): VirginiaSports.com will have live video streams of the Drexel (Feb. 14), Cornell (March 7), St. Joe's (March 10), Richmond (March 28), and Georgetown (April 18) games. There will also be live audio available for many of the ESPN broadcast games listed above.