The Syracuse Orange Men’s Lacrosse Team hosts the Manhattan Jaspers at the JMA Wireless Dome at Syracuse University on Friday, February 9 (2/9/2024) at 4 p.m. ET.
Syracuse vs. Manhattan will air on ACC Network Extra, which is not available on cable TV, but can be watched on ESPN.com or associated apps. Details below.
The Orange beat Colgate 18-10 to start the week, improving to 2-0 for the season and maintaining their No. 9 ranking on the Inside Lacrosse poll. Colgate attempted a unique defensive strategy to stymie Orange star Joey Spallina, but he was able to solve it and still walked away with nine points and five assists overt the No. 20-ranked Raiders.
Now the Orange host the Jaspers, who are only just starting their season this week. The Jaspers compete in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, and the two teams have never previously met. Last season, the Jaspers went 10-5 overall at 7-2 in the conference, and fell 11-8 to Siena in the MAAC Championship.
What time is Syracuse Lacrosse vs. Manhattan?
The game is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET on Friday, February 9 (2/9/2024).
What channel is Syracuse vs. Manhattan on?
Syracuse vs. Manhattan will air on ACC Network Extra. Games on ACC Network Extra are not available on TV, but if your cable TV package includes access to the ACC Network, you can use your cable credentials to sign in on ESPN.com or ESPN apps, and access the channel from there.
How can I stream Syracuse vs. Colgate for free, without cable?
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Can I bet on the game?
Betting is not available for in-state college teams under New York’s betting laws.
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