Pac-12 women's basketball TV schedule announced

• Composite Schedule (PDF)

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - The 2013-14 Pac-12 women’s basketball regular season tips off the 266-game schedule on Friday, Nov. 8. Pac-12 teams will make a league-record over 100 appearances during the regular season, including 101 telecasts on the Pac-12 Networks and five on the ESPN networks as part of the Conference’s television package. Among those 106 appearances, all 11 games of the Pac-12 Tournament at KeyArena in Seattle will be televised, with nine appearing on the Pac-12 Networks and the championship game on ESPN on March 9.

Conference teams are coming off a season where four teams earned NCAA Tournament bids, including CALIFORNIA, which advanced to the NCAA Final Four for the first time in the history of the program, extending the Pac-12’s streak in the Final Four to six-consecutive years. The Golden Bears also captured their first-ever Pac-12 regular-season title, sharing it with perennial power STANFORD. The Cardinal went on to win the Pac-12 Tournament crown in the event’s inaugural season in Seattle.

In just the first weekend, fans will be treated to one of the top matchups of the season as the Bears will host Duke on Nov. 10 at 3 p.m. PT on ESPNU. The Blue Devils ended the 2012-13 regular season ranked fifth in the nation in the Associated Press poll. The game also marks the first televised women’s basketball game of the season.

ESPN2 will also televise the USC at Stanford contest on Jan. 27 for the Conference’s first-ever Big Monday appearance. Stanford will travel to California on February 2 for an ESPN2-televised game, while WASHINGTON hosts the Cardinal on ESPNU on February 9.

In addition to the five games on the ESPN networks that are a part of the Conference’s television package, Stanford’s trip to UConn on Nov. 11 is part of ESPN’s College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon. The game from Storrs will air on ESPN2. Cal will be on ESPN2 on Dec. 22 taking on defending NCAA Champion Connecticut in the Maggie Dixon Classic.

The non-conference slate features 34 games versus teams that made the NCAA Tournament last season, including six games against teams that advanced to the Final Four. The Bruins travel to Nebraska open the season, then the Huskers will travel to Pac-12 country, as they take on UTAH in Salt Lake City on Nov. 15, tipping off the Pac-12 Networks schedule.

COLORADO will travel to NCAA runner-up Louisville on Dec. 21 and look to upset the Cardinals on their home court after the Buffs topped them last season in a non-conference tilt. NCAA semifinalist Notre Dame takes on two Pac-12 foes, hosting the Bruins on December 7 then traveling to Corvallis to face OREGON STATE on December 29. In addition to the matchups against Cal and Stanford, UConn will host OREGON on November 20.

The first game of the Conference slate to be televised will be on December 30 as UCLA takes on crosstown rival USC at Pauley Pavilion on the Pac-12 Networks.

The regular season culminates with the Pac-12 Tournament at KeyArena in Seattle, Thursday-Sunday, March 6-9 and every game of the event will be televised for the second-straight year. The Conference made history last season when every game of the event was televised for the first time ever. The first eight games on the first three days of the tournament will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks, with the champion being crowned at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET on ESPN on March 9.

In addition to the four NCAA Tournament bids, two Pac-12 squads also nabbed WNIT berths with the Utes advancing to the championship game.

The Pac-12 Networks launched in the summer of 2012 with one national and six regional networks devoted solely to Pac-12 sports. In addition to the hundreds of live televised Pac-12 sporting events, Pac-12 Networks subscribers can watch live events on the Pac-12 Now app. Subscribers can also watch live and on-demand content on the web at pac-12.com.

2013-14 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Television Schedule

All time listed Pacific.

Sunday

Nov. 10

Duke at California

ESPNU

3 p.m.

Friday

Nov. 15

Nebraska at Utah

P12N

4:30 p.m.

Sunday

Nov. 17

North Carolina at UCLA

P12N

3 p.m.

Wednesday

Nov. 20

Iowa at Colorado

P12N

7:30 p.m.

Sunday

Nov. 24

Oklahoma at UCLA

P12N

1 p.m.

Sunday

Nov. 24

Northwestern at California

P12N

3 p.m.

Monday

Nov. 25

South Carolina at USC

P12N

5 p.m.

Friday

Dec. 13

Wisconsin at Washington

P12N

7:30 p.m.

Saturday

Dec. 14

Gonzaga at Stanford

P12N

1 p.m.

Sunday

Dec. 15

Texas Tech at Arizona

P12N

11 a.m.

Monday

Dec. 16

New Mexico at Stanford

P12N

7 p.m.

Saturday

Dec. 21

Gonzaga at Washington State

P12N

11:30 a.m.

Saturday

Dec. 21

Miami (Fla.) at Arizona State

P12N

11:30 a.m.

Saturday

Dec. 21

Tennessee at Stanford

P12N

1:30 p.m.

Sunday

Dec. 29

Notre Dame at Oregon State

P12N

2 p.m.

Monday

Dec. 30

Syracuse at Arizona State

P12N

5 p.m.

Monday

Dec. 30

USC at UCLA

P12N

7 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 3

Oregon at Stanford

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 3

Utah at UCLA

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 3

Oregon State at California

P12N

8 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 3

Colorado at USC

P12N

8 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 5

Oregon at California

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 5

Arizona at Washington State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 5

Arizona State at Washington

P12N

2 p.m. 

Sunday

Jan. 5

Oregon State at Stanford

P12N

2 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 5

Utah at USC

P12N

4 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 5

Colorado at UCLA

P12N

7 or 8 p.m.

Tuesday

Jan. 7

Washington at Washington State

P12N

7 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 10

Stanford at Utah

P12N

5 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 10

USC at Arizona State

P12N

5 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 10

UCLA at Arizona

P12N

7 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 10

California at Colorado

P12N

7 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 11

Washington State at Washington

P12N

3 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 11

Oregon State at Oregon

P12N

5 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 12

California at Utah

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 12

UCLA at Arizona State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 12

Stanford at Colorado

P12N

2 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 13

Oregon at Oregon State

P12N

7 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 17

Stanford at Arizona

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 17

Oregon State at USC

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 17

Oregon at UCLA

P12N

8 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 19

Utah at Washington State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 19

Oregon at USC

P12N

2 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 19

Colorado at Washington

P12N

4 p.m.

Monday

Jan. 20

Oregon State at UCLA

P12N

12 p.m.

Monday

Jan. 20

California at Arizona

P12N

2 p.m.

Monday

Jan. 20

Stanford at Arizona State

P12N

4 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 24

USC at California

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 24

Washington at Oregon State

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 24

UCLA at Stanford

P12N

8 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 26

Arizona State at Colorado

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 26

Washington at Oregon

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Jan. 26

UCLA at California

P12N

6 p.m.

Monday

Jan. 27

USC at Stanford

ESPN2

6 p.m.

Wednesday

Jan. 29

Colorado at Utah

P12N

6 p.m.

Thursday

Jan. 30

California at Stanford

P12N

8 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 31

Washington State at USC

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 31

Washington at UCLA

P12N

8 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 2 

Utah at Colorado

P12N

11 a.m.

Sunday

Feb. 2 

Washington at USC

P12N

11 a.m.

Sunday

Feb. 2

Oregon State at Arizona

P12N

11 a.m.

Sunday

Feb. 2

Stanford at California

ESPN2

1 p.m.

Tuesday

Feb. 4

Arizona at Arizona State

P12N

6:30 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 7

Stanford at Washington State

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 7

Colorado at Oregon State

P12N

8 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 7

California at Washington

P12N

8 p.m.

Saturday

Feb. 8

UCLA at USC

P12N

3 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 9

Utah at Oregon State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 9

Arizona State at Arizona

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 9

Stanford at Washington

ESPNU

3:30 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 9

California at Washington State

P12N

2 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 14

Washington at Colorado

P12N

5:30 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 14

USC at Oregon

P12N

7:30 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 14

Arizona at California

P12N

7:30 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 16

USC at Oregon State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 16

Washington State at Colorado

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 16

Arizona at Stanford

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 16

Arizona State at California

P12N

4 p.m.

Monday

Feb. 17

UCLA at Oregon

P12N

4 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 21

Oregon at Washington

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 21

Stanford at USC

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 21

California at UCLA

P12N

8 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 23

Utah at Arizona State

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 23

California at USC

P12N

12 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 23

Colorado at Arizona

P12N

2 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 23

Stanford at UCLA

P12N

4 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 27

Washington State at California

P12N

6 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 27

USC at Utah

P12N

6 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 27

Washington at Stanford

P12N

8 p.m.

Friday

Feb. 28

UCLA at Colorado

P12N

5 p.m.

Saturday

Mar. 1

Washington at California

P12N

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Mar. 1

Washington State at Stanford

P12N

7:30 p.m.

Sunday

Mar. 2

USC at Colorado

P12N

11 a.m.

Sunday

Mar. 2

Arizona at Oregon

P12N

1 p.m.

Sunday

Mar. 2

UCLA at Utah

P12N

1 p.m.

Thursday

Mar. 6

Pac-12 Tournament First Round

P12N

12 p.m.

Thursday

Mar. 6

Pac-12 Tournament First Round

P12N

2:30 p.m.

Thursday

Mar. 6

Pac-12 Tournament First Round

P12N

6 p.m.

Thursday

Mar. 6

Pac-12 Tournament First Round

P12N

8:30 p.m.

Friday

Mar. 7

Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal

P12N

12 p.m.

Friday

Mar. 7

Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal

P12N

2:30 p.m.

Friday

Mar. 7

Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal

P12N

6 p.m.

Friday

Mar. 7

Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal

P12N

8:30 p.m.

Saturday

Mar. 8

Pac-12 Tournament Semifinal

P12N

6 p.m.

Saturday

Mar. 8

Pac-12 Tournament Semifinal

P12N

8:30 p.m.

Sunday

Mar. 9

Pac-12 Tournament Championship Game

ESPN

6 p.m.

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10:30 PM PT

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