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SkyCam returns to NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship

The SkyCam returns for the fourth year to the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship on ESPN Saturday, May 25, and Monday, May 27, from Philadelphia. SkyCam footage will be used throughout the weekend telecasts. For Monday’s title game, an isolated feed — Live SkyCam Presentation — can be seen on ESPNU, ESPN3 and WatchESPN, including announcer audio and replays. Read More…


The SkyCam returns for the fourth year to the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship on ESPN Saturday, May 25, and Monday, May 27, from Philadelphia. SkyCam footage will be used throughout the weekend telecasts. For Monday’s title game, an isolated feed — Live SkyCam Presentation — can be seen on ESPNU, ESPN3 and WatchESPN, including announcer audio and replays.

The semifinals will be on ESPN2 and WatchESPN as No. 7 seed Duke faces unseeded Cornell at 2:30 p.m., followed by top-seeded Syracuse against No. 4 seed Denver at 5 p.m. The National Championship game will air Monday at 1 p.m. on ESPN and WatchESPN. Eamon McAnaney will call the action with analyst Quint Kessenich and sideline reporter/analyst Paul Carcaterra.

Additional Game Features
· Microphones will be worn by all three officials during the semifinals and championship, providing on-field dialogue throughout the telecast with periodic switches to each official.

· Additional microphones will be mounted on the goals and on-field audio will also be present.

· The telecast will use nine cameras, plus the SkyCam and Super Slo Motion camera.

· Among the stories ESPN will be tracking, include: Cornell’s Rob Pannell’s quest to break the NCAA Division I all-time scoring record; Denver’s Wesley Berg, averaging six goals per game during the postseason, is positioned to break the tournament scoring record; Duke, under coach John Danowksi, has been to the Final Four in each of his seven years; Syracuse returns to the semis for first time since 2009; and Denver coach Bill Tierney has amassed an impressive resume in his 27 years of coaching.

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TonyPerkis
TonyPerkis
8 years ago

anything is better than the angle at tyrd stadium

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