The Ivy League has experienced a solid start to its 2015 campaign, its league members combining for a 17-6 aggregate record. The conference's overall winning percentage (73.91 percent) is the second strongest in the nation at the moment, trailing only the ACC (90.91 percent). The Ivy League has been hot fire, and more strong news is emanating from college lacrosse most brandy-fueled conference: The league has inked a deal with Fox Sports to broadcast a handful of regular season games on the network's various properties.
FOX Sports is slated to carry six Ivy League Lacrosse regular-season games for the upcoming 2015 season.
The League expands its relationship with FOX Sports to lacrosse for the first time with five men's games and one women's game after two successful football seasons with the network. The six-game schedule includes two men's games on FOX Sports 1, the nation's fastest-growing sports cable network, and four games on FOX College Sports (FCS). The four FCS games will include three men's games and one women's contest.
Here's the full men's schedule:
|March 14||12:30 P.M.||Cornell at Yale||Fox College Sports|
|March 17||7:00 P.M.||Colgate at Cornell||Fox Sports 1|
|March 28||5:30 P.M.||Yale at Pennsylvania||Fox Sports 1|
|April 11||12:00 P.M.||Pennsylvania at Harvard||Fox College Sports|
|April 25||1:00 P.M.||Princeton at Cornell||Fox College Sports|
The Ivy League Tournament will remain with ESPN and these five games will supplement the league's notable presence on the four-letter network throughout the season.