PHILADELPHIA - Penn basketball will make three appearances on national televsion this season -- the men twice and women once -- as part of the Ivy League's television package announced on Wednesday featuring six nationally-televised games on CBS Sports Network and nine matchups on the American Sports Network.
The CBS Sports Network features five men's games, showcasing all eight schools, and features one women's game as the network will broadcast the Princeton-Penn men's and women's doubleheader on Tuesday, March 10.
American Sports Network is also showcasing all eight schools across seven men's games and two women's games. The men's schedule features six League matchups, including Penn's visit to Cornell on Feb. 6. All games on American Sports Network will also be streamed live on The Ivy League Digital Network (ILDN).
The Penn men and women each have three non-conference games remaining beginning with the men's sold-out Big 5 matchup at The Palestra against No. 5 Villanova on Saturday. That game tips off at 7 p.m. and can also be seen nationally on ESPN3.com.