Men's Basketball's game against Princeton to be streamed on ESPN+

Men's Basketball's game against Princeton to be streamed on ESPN+

PRINCETON, N.J. – The Wesley College men's basketball game against the Division I Princeton University Tigers on Sunday, Jan. 27 will be broadcast on ESPN+. Tipoff is scheduled for noon.

ESPN+ is an over-the-top video streaming subscription service, which was launched by ESPN in 2018. The game can be accessed by clicking HERE. The streaming service costs $4.99 per month, but ESPN+ offers a free seven-day free trial to new subscribers.

Wesley has an 8-10 overall record and 2-3 record in the Atlantic East Conference. Wesley will play two conference games this week on the road against Neumann on Wednesday and Immaculata on Saturday before taking on Princeton on Sunday. The game will count as an exhibition for Wesley and a regular season contest for Princeton.

Wesley is no stranger to playing up to Division I competition. It is the fifth time in the four-year tenure of head coach Dean Burrows and the second time in the 2018-19 season that Wesley will play a Division I opponent. Wesley opened the 2018-19 slate against the Towson Tigers. Last season, Wesley made the trip north to take on the University of Delaware Blue Hens. In the 2015-16 season, the Wolverines went to North Carolina to take on the Elon Phoenix and played an early season scrimmage against the Monmouth Hawks.

The top scoring offense in the Atlantic East, Wesley has been paced by the guard duo of junior Brian Cameron and senior Evan Anderson. Cameron leads the Atlantic East and sits eighth in Division III in scoring with 25.1 points per game and fifth in the conference in rebounding with a 6.8 rebounds per game average. Anderson leads the conference in three-point field goal percentage, hitting 43 percent of his three-point attempts, and ranks third in the league in scoring, tallying 19.0 points per contest.

Princeton is 9-5 overall and a perfect 2-0 in the Ivy League, recently notching a season sweep in a home-and-home series over Penn on Jan. 5 and Jan. 12. Princeton played two ranked opponents so far in 2018-19, falling to the then second-ranked Duke, 101-50 on Dec. 18 and securing a 67-66 upset win on the road over 17th-ranked Arizona State on Dec. 29.

Princeton won't have their leading scorer Devin Cannady, who has been suspended from the team due to a violation of team rules. The Tigers will lean on senior guard Myles Stephens, junior center Richmond Aririguzoh and freshman guard Jaelin Llewellyn who all average double figures to spark the offense.

Fans can also listen to the game live on the Princeton IMG Sports Network and follow the live stats for the game on