Both college games of the Big City Classic can be seen today on ESPNU.

todayonTVAction starts at 4 p.m. as Cornell meets Princeton. Then, at 6:30 p.m., Notre Dame faces Syracuse.

ESPNU starts a college lacrosse tripleheader with the game between defending national champion Loyola and host Johns Hopkins at 2 p.m.

Speaking of “Classics,” the nation’s longest continuously played high school rivalry, the 123rd Woodstick Classic, will be played tonight at 7 p.m. as defending New York Class B state champion Garden City visits Manhasset. You can watch it live on MSG Varsity Channel 14 and on

At halftime of the game, Joe Lombardi will take a look at the top goaltenders in the tristate this spring. A replay of the game can be seen Sunday, April 28 at 9 a.m. on MSG Varsity Channel 14. For the all-time series results, click here.

CBS Sports Network will be providing coverage of the NLL East Division semifinals at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

MSG+ will be presenting two MLL openers: Denver at Charlotte (7 p.m.) and Chesapeake at Rochester (10:30 p.m., tape delay).


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