THE 153rd LEHIGH-LAFAYETTE GAME RULES
Nov 10, 2017 by Kristin Cothran
THE 153rd LEHIGH-LAFAYETTE GAME
November 18, 2017 at Lehigh University Goodman Stadium
Game Time – 12:30 p.m.
The game begins at 12:30 p.m. Please arrive early to allow for heavy foot traffic at the entrance. Once inside Goodman Stadium, spectators will not be permitted to leave and re-enter (including halftime). Spectators will not be allowed into the stadium after 1:30 p.m. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted inside Goodman Stadium. Visibly intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter the stadium. All spectators will be screened at the entrance. Lehigh University’s alcohol policy and PA State law are enforced on and around the campus.
Lafayette fans are asked to cheer FOR LAFAYETTE and not against the opponent. Being loud in support of our team helps us; being abusive towards the other team does not. The Patriot League institutions have made a commitment to ensure that their athletic programs promote and require the highest standards of sporting behavior and ethical conduct by all participants (student-athletes, coaches, staff and faculty). Additionally, Lafayette College & Lehigh University demands the highest standards from all supporters (bands, cheerleaders, spirit groups, students, alumni and other spectators).
TV / Radio –
Fans without tickets can listen to the game on ESPN Radio 1160, 1230 and 1320-AM, or view the game on TV at RCN-69 or the Patriot League Network.
Behavior and Consequences –
Prior to the game, students are expected to follow tailgating policies and procedures. Any student who behaves in a disruptive manner will face criminal and Lafayette College consequences, which may include arrest and/or disciplinary sanctions that could include suspension.
Stay Off the Field of Play –
Spectators are not permitted to enter the playing field at any time.
Access to Lehigh's Goodman Campus -
Access to the tailgate lots and general parking is via Mt Drive onto Goodman Drive. The Goodman Campus will open at 9:30AM, and patrons should follow the direction of parking attendants and Lehigh University Police into the available parking lots. There is no fee to park, and ADA Shuttles run between the ADA parking lot and front gates. Pedestrians and drivers should be especially alert because of the potential hazards created by the traffic congestion.