Calling all fans: Watch Frozen Four on Big Screen at MAC this weekend

Join your fellow fans in the Mercyhurst Athletic Center this weekend to watch the No. 1-ranked Lakers on the big screen as they compete in the 2010 Women’s Frozen Four in Minneapolis.

Fans will be able to cheer their team on together from the stands of the MAC. Mercyhurst Athletic Director Joe Kimball said arrangements have been made to erect a big screen on the floor of the basketball court and carry the broadcast of Mercyhurst vs. Cornell at 6 p.m. (EST) Friday via ncaasports.com.

If they win, the Lakers will play for the national championship, facing either the University of Minnesota or Minnesota-Duluth, on Sunday. Kimball said the MAC’s big screen will carry the CBS College Sports broadcast at 1 p.m. (EST).

If you can’t make it to the MAC, Erie cable subscribers can view the game on DirecTV Channel 613, Dish Network Channel 152 and Time Warner Channel 322. Additionally, Mercyhurst radio station, 88.5 JAZZ FM, will broadcast the Friday night game with announcers David and John Leisering. The game will be heard on 88.5 and 104.9FM and also simulcast on the Internet at www.ErieRadio.com. If Mercyhurst advances to the championship game, 88.5 JAZZ FM will also broadcast that game Sunday at 1 p.m.
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