Home games are now available on ESPN+
Also new this year is that every LMU men’s and women’s home game will be broadcast nationally or available on ESPN+. This will put LMU basketball in homes across the country, giving the university a platform to be seen and highlighted every night.
Five conference games were selected for national broadcast. LMU will be shown on either ESPN or ESPN2 when the men’s team travels to Spokane for a rematch with Gonzaga on Jan. 30. The Zags’ rematch will then begin at 6pm at Gersten Pavilion and be broadcast on CBS Sports Network.
All 14 women’s basketball games will appear on ESPN+ this season, a first for the program. In addition, all 16 West Coast Conference matches, home and away, will also be broadcast on the digital platform.
LMU’s game at Saint Mary’s on Jan. 27 will be shown on ESPN2 or ESPNU. Two additional games on CBS Sports include LMU at San Francisco on January 18 and LMU at Santa Clara on February 22. All remaining home and conference games will be available on ESPN+.
For the full men’s basketball schedule and streaming links, click here.
For the full women’s basketball schedule and streaming links, click here.
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