The Patriot League announced Tuesday that Army-Navy basketball rivalry will be featured four times, with two men’s and two women’s games, on CBS Sports Network this season.
Navy will host Army in a men's basketball matchup on Saturday, January 23 in Annapolis, Md. (2:30 p.m.). An Army-Navy doubleheader will air on Saturday, February 20 with the Army at Navy women's game taking place before the Midshipmen at Black Knights men's game. The Navy women host Army the following day on Sunday, February 21.
The CBS Sports Network will be airing 17 Patriot League basketball games during the 2020-21 season, including both men's and women's League championship games.
Patriot League men's basketball will be featured each Sunday in January on CBS Sports Network with Lehigh at Lafayette (4 p.m.) and Navy at Bucknell (6 p.m.) tipping off the schedule on Sunday, January 3.
The League slate continues January 10 when Boston University hosts Colgate, in a rematch of the 2020 Patriot League Men's Basketball Championship Game, at 6 p.m. from Case Gymnasium. The defending champion Terriers will be featured twice more in January when they travel to Lafayette on January 24 (6 p.m.) and host Holy Cross on January 31 (5 p.m.). The Leopards also take on Loyola Maryland at Reitz Arena on January 17 beginning at 6 p.m. during the League's opening month of play.
Three more exciting League matchups will be televised in February, including Loyola Maryland at Bucknell (February 8), Bucknell at American (February 14) and Lehigh at Colgate (February 21).
The Patriot League Men’s Basketball Championship Game will be televised on CBS Sports Network for the 10th-consecutive season on Sunday, March 14 at noon. The Patriot League Women's Basketball Championship is set to be aired for the 12th-straight at 4 p.m. CBS Sports Network will also carry both men’s basketball tournament semifinal matchups on Wednesday, March 10.
League play will be contingent on the League and its member institutions being able to conduct competition in ways that protect the health and safety of student-athletes, coaches, staffs, and their communities. Read more.