Men's and Women's Lacrosse Moved To Rip Miller Field This Weekend
Feb. 11, 2010
ANNAPOLIS, Md.--The Navy women's lacrosse games on Friday (LaSalle, 7 p.m.) and Sunday (Presbyterian, 12 noon) and the men's lacrosse game on Saturday (VMI, 12 noon) have been moved from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to Rip Miller Field on the grounds of the Naval Academy. The games were moved due to the nearly three foot of snow that have fallen in Annapolis over the last week. Admission is free for all three games.
Fans without a Department Of Defense sticker or pass to drive on to Academy grounds can take the shuttle bus from the press box side of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to Rip Miller Field. There is a $5 charge to park at the stadium and the shuttle is free.
The shuttle will start running at 6 p.m. on Friday, 10:30 a.m. on Saturday and 11:00 a.m. on Sunday and will run until 30 minutes after the game. Fans can also walk to Rip Miller Field through the Naval Academy Visitors Entrance near gate 1.
Friday night's women's game and Saturday's men's game will also be available on Navy All-Access (audio only). Subscribers can access the two games by going to: http://www.navysports.com/multimedia/navy-all-access-0910.html
For more information on Navy All-Access and to learn how to become a subscriber go to: http://www.navysports.com/multimedia/navy-all-access-0910.html
Four additional women's games will be broadcast on Navy All-Access (audio and video). The March 10 game against William & Mary, the March 27 contest against Holy Cross, the April 7 date with American and the April 24 contest against Bucknell.
Navy All-Access will also broadcast six men's games (audio and video) including the Feb. 20 game against Loyola, the Feb. 25 contest against North Carolina (CBS College Sports broadcast), the March 6 game against Bucknell (CBS College Sports broadcast), the March 20 game against Holy Cross, April 2 against Georgetown (CBS College Sports broadcast) and the April 24 game against Johns Hopkins (CBS College Sports Broadcast).