Loyola-Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse To Stream Live On Facebook
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Loyola University Maryland’s men’s lacrosse game against Johns Hopkins University on Saturday, February 17, will be the first-ever college lacrosse game streamed live to Facebook in partnership with Stadium and the Patriot League Network.
The Greyhounds will host the Blue Jays in a matchup of teams ranked among the nation’s best. Loyola enters Saturday’s game ranked 12th in the Inside Lacrosse media poll and 14th in the USILA Coaches version; the Blue Jays are eighth and ninth, respectively.
Saturday’s game will be the first collegiate men’s lacrosse game, and the first Patriot League event of any sport, to stream via the Facebook platform. The Greyhounds will host another game that will stream on Facebook when they take on Duke University, which is currently ranked No. 1 nationally, at home on Saturday, March 10.
Last year, Loyola and the Patriot League Network streamed the first college men’s lacrosse game to Twitter when the Greyhounds hosted the University of Virginia on February 11, 2017.
Fans can watch Patriot League Network content on through a variety of different outlets, including visiting PatriotLeague.tv, Roku, PlutoTV and other over-the-top outlets. Click here to learn more about ways to stream the content.
Additional Patriot League Network content may be added to Facebook and Twitter throughout the remainder of the 2017-18 academic year. Links to all streaming video content are available by visiting the official Patriot League website – PatriotLeague.com – in addition to Stadium’s official website – WatchStadium.com