Men’s and women’s basketball and hockey games will be featured during their seasons

HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth College and Learfield have come to an agreement with the NESN (New England Sports Network) to televise 11 Big Green sporting events live this winter. This is the first time Dartmouth and NESN have partnered up to showcasemore than a single Big Green game on NESN.­

A total of 11 contests will be televised, covering basketball and hockey games for both the men and women on NESN and NESNplus. The first of the televised games will be this Friday, Nov. 2, when the men’s hockey team hosts Princeton on NESNplus at 7 p.m.

A complete list of the events can be found below.

Dartmouth Home Schedule of Events on NESN and NESNplus
Date Sport Opponent Time Channel
Nov. 2 Men’s Hockey Princeton 7:00 pm NESNplus
Dec. 1 Men’s Hockey Colgate 7:30 pm NESNplus
Dec. 7 Men’s Hockey New Hampshire 7:00 pm NESNplus
Dec. 12 Women’s Basketball UMass Lowell 7:00 pm NESN
Dec. 13 Men’s Basketball Boston University 7:00 pm NESN
Dec. 30 Men’s Basketball New Hampshire 12:00 pm NESN
Jan. 5 Women’s Hockey Princeton 3:00 pm NESNplus
Jan. 12 Men’s Basketball Harvard 7:00 pm NESNplus
Jan. 26 Women’s Basketball Harvard 5:00 pm NESNplus
Feb. 16 Women’s Basketball Princeton 5:00 pm NESNplus
Feb. 23 Women’s Basketball Brown 5:00 pm NESNplus

About NESN
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