PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League is proud to partner with Facebook to showcase 13 Ivy League Digital Network (ILDN) broadcasts via Facebook Live from March 18 – March 29.
Facebook Live Week, powered by the Ivy League Digital Network (ILDN), will feature simulcasts of 13 events on Facebook Live.
The broadcasts will highlight action in five sports—men’s and women’s lacrosse, softball, baseball, men’s volleyball—tapping into the 1.79 billion active monthly users on the world’s largest social media network.
To view these events, simply like the official athletics Facebook page of each event’s host institution.
ILDN is the nine-channel home to live events and on-demand content from the entire Ancient Eight. Over 1,100 events are showcased live each year on ILDN. Subscription packages, including annual, seasonal and monthly options, are available by clicking here.
Yale vs. Cornell - March 18, 1 pm
Cornell vs. Penn - March 25, 1 pm
Harvard vs. Albany - March 29, 7 pm
Princeton vs. Penn State - March 21, 2 pm
Brown vs. Penn - March 25, 1 pm
Harvard vs. Columbia - March 25, 1 pm
Yale vs. Cornell - March 25, 1 pm
Columbia vs. Wagner - March 29, 6 pm
Penn vs. Iona - March 25, 12 pm
Harvard vs. Holy Cross - March 28, 4 pm
Penn vs. Lafayette - March 26, 11 am
Harvard vs. Holy Cross - March 29, 3:30 pm
Harvard vs. Sacred Heart - March 24 7 pm
ABOUT THE IVY LEAGUE
The Ivy League is the most diverse intercollegiate conference in the country with more than 8,000 student-athletes competing each year. Sponsoring conference championships in 33 men's and women's sports and averaging more than 35 varsity teams at each school, the Ivy League provides more intercollegiate athletic opportunities per school than any other conference in the country. All eight Ivy schools are among the top 20 of NCAA Division I schools in number of sports offered for both men and women and enjoy regular competitive success at the highest championship levels of NCAA Division I athletics.
The League’s schools -- Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton and Yale -- share a rich history of success and influence in college athletics, dating back to the origins of intercollegiate competition. Ivy League institutions have won 287 team national championships and 579 individual national championships since intercollegiate competition began. The Ivy League conference was formally established in 1954, based on the mutual agreement that intercollegiate athletics competition should be "kept in harmony with the essential educational purposes of the institution." For more information, please visit www.ivyleaguesports.com.