PAC-12 NETWORKS RELEASES 2013-14 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL GAME TELECAST SLATE

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101-Game Schedule Features a Number of Exciting Nonconference Matchups, Plus 10 Contests from Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament in Seattle

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (September 10, 2013) – Pac-12 Networks’ second season of live women’s basketball telecasts features 101 exciting matchups, including 15 non-conference games and the first 10 contests from the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament in Seattle.

The season tips off on Pac-12 Networks Friday, November 15 as Utah hosts Nebraska at 4:30 p.m. PT.

The Networks’ non-conference telecast slate will feature some of the top women’s basketball programs in the country. Eleven of the 14 opponents are coming off NCAA Tournament appearances last season, including North Carolina visiting UCLA November 17 at 3:00 p.m. PT and Stanford hosting Tennessee December 21 at 1:30 p.m. PT. 

The Networks’ telecast of 76 regular-season Conference matchups begins Monday, December 30 with UCLA hosting cross-town rival USC at 7:00 p.m. PT. The slate also includes 2012-13 Pac-12 regular season co-champion California and Stanford squaring off in Stanford January 30 at 8:00 p.m. PT, plus a rematch of last season’s Pac-12 Tournament final with UCLA hosting the Cardinal February 23 at 4:00 p.m. PT.

Each Pac-12 program will be featured at least 11 times on the Networks: Arizona (12), Arizona State (11), Cal (17), Colorado (15), Oregon (11), Oregon State (12), Stanford (17), UCLA (18), USC (17), Utah (12), Washington (14), Washington State (11).

The Networks’ coverage of the first 10 games of the Pac-12 Tournament from Key Arena in Seattle tips off March 6 with four exciting matchups, beginning at Noon PT.

The Pac-12 boasted some of the nation’s top teams last year with four programs – Stanford, California, UCLA and Colorado – advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The Bears made the longest run of any Conference squad, earning their first Final Four appearance in program history and earning head coach Lindsay Gottlieb a Naismith Coach of the Year finalist nod.  

Stanford F Chiney Ogwumike, who earned Pac-12 Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and consensus All-American honors last season is one of the Conference’s top returning players. Gennifer Brandon, who was AP All-American honorable mention last season, also returns to the court for Cal.

The complete 2013-14 Pac-12 Networks women’s basketball televised schedule can be seen below.

2013-14 Pac-12 Networks Women’s Basketball Telecast Schedule

Date Matchup     Time (PT)
Nov. 15 Nebraska at Utah 4:30 PM
Nov. 17 North Carolina at UCLA 3:00 PM
Nov. 20 Iowa at Colorado 7:30 PM
Nov. 24 Oklahoma at UCLA 1:00 PM
Nov. 24 Northwestern at California 3:00 PM
Nov. 25 South Carolina at USC 5:00 PM
Dec. 13 Wisconsin at Washington 7:30 PM
Dec. 14 Gonzaga at Stanford 1:00 PM
Dec. 15 Texas Tech at Arizona 11:00 AM
Dec. 16 New Mexico at Stanford 7:00 PM
Dec. 21 Gonzaga at Washington State 11:30 AM
Dec. 21 Miami (Florida) at Arizona State 11:30 AM
Dec. 21 Tennessee at Stanford 1:30 PM
Dec. 29 Notre Dame at Oregon State 2:00 PM
Dec. 30 Syracuse at Arizona State 5:00 PM
Dec. 30 USC at UCLA 7:00 PM
Jan. 3 Oregon at Stanford 6:00 PM
Jan. 3 Utah at UCLA 6:00 PM
Jan. 3 Oregon State at California 8:00 PM
Jan. 3 Colorado at USC 8:00 PM
Jan. 5 Oregon at California 12:00 PM
Jan. 5 Arizona at Washington State 12:00 PM
Jan. 5 Arizona State at Washington 2:00 PM
Jan. 5 Oregon State at Stanford 2:00 PM
Jan. 5 Utah at USC 4:00 PM
Jan. 5 Colorado at UCLA 7:00 or 8:00 PM
Jan. 7 Washington at Washington State 7:00 PM
Jan. 10 Stanford at Utah 5:00 PM
Jan. 10 USC at Arizona State 5:00 PM
Jan. 10 UCLA at Arizona 7:00 PM
Jan. 10 California at Colorado 7:00 PM
Jan. 11 Washington State at Washington 3:00 PM
Jan. 11 Oregon State at Oregon 5:00 PM
Jan. 12 California at Utah 12:00 PM
Jan. 12 UCLA at Arizona State 12:00 PM
Jan. 12 Stanford at Colorado 2:00 PM
Jan. 13 Oregon at Oregon State 7:00 PM
Jan. 17 Stanford at Arizona 6:00 PM
Jan. 17 Oregon State at USC 6:00 PM
Jan. 17 Oregon at UCLA 8:00 PM
Jan. 19 Utah at Washington State 12:00 PM
Jan. 19 Oregon at USC 2:00 PM
Jan. 19 Colorado at Washington 4:00 PM
Jan. 20 Oregon State at UCLA 12:00 PM
Jan. 20 California at Arizona 2:00 PM
Jan. 20 Stanford at Arizona State 4:00 PM
Jan. 24 USC at California 6:00 PM
Jan. 24 Washington at Oregon State 6:00 PM
Jan. 24 UCLA at Stanford 8:00 PM
Jan. 26 Arizona State at Colorado 12:00 PM
Jan. 26 Washington at Oregon 12:00 PM
Jan. 26 UCLA at California 6:00 PM
Jan. 29 Colorado at Utah 6:00 PM
Jan. 30 California at Stanford 8:00 PM
Jan. 31 Washington State at USC 6:00 PM
Jan. 31 Washington at UCLA 8:00 PM
Feb. 2 Utah at Colorado 11:00 AM
Feb. 2 Washington at USC 11:00 AM
Feb. 2 Oregon State at Arizona 11:00 AM
Feb. 4 Arizona at Arizona State 6:30 PM
Feb. 7 Stanford at Washington State 6:00 PM
Feb. 7 Colorado at Oregon State 8:00 PM
Feb. 7 California at Washington 8:00 PM
Feb. 8 UCLA at USC 3:00 PM
Feb. 9 Utah at Oregon State 12:00 PM
Feb. 9 Arizona State at Arizona 12:00 PM
Feb. 9 California at Washington State 2:00 PM
Feb. 14 Washington at Colorado 5:30 PM
Feb. 14 USC at Oregon 7:30 PM
Feb. 14 Arizona at California 7:30 PM
Feb. 16 USC at Oregon State 12:00 PM
Feb. 16 Washington State at Colorado 12:00 PM
Feb. 16 Arizona at Stanford 12:00 PM
Feb. 16 Arizona State at California 4:00 PM
Feb. 17 UCLA at Oregon 4:00 PM
Feb. 21 Oregon at Washington 6:00 PM
Feb. 21 Stanford at USC 6:00 PM
Feb. 21 California at UCLA 8:00 PM
Feb. 23 Utah at Arizona State 12:00 PM
Feb. 23 California at USC 12:00 PM
Feb. 23 Colorado at Arizona 2:00 PM
Feb. 23 Stanford at UCLA 4:00 PM
Feb. 27 Washington State at California 6:00 PM
Feb. 27 USC at Utah 6:00 PM
Feb. 27 Washington at Stanford 8:00 PM
Feb. 28 UCLA at Colorado 5:00 PM
Mar. 1 Washington at California 5:30 PM
Mar. 1 Washington State at Stanford 7:30 PM
Mar. 2 USC at Colorado 11:00 AM
Mar. 2 Arizona at Oregon 1:00 PM
Mar. 2 UCLA at Utah 1:00 PM
Mar. 6 Pac-12 Tournament Round 1, Game #1 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 12:00 PM
Mar. 6 Pac-12 Tournament Round 1, Game #2 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 2:30 PM
Mar. 6 Pac-12 Tournament Round 1, Game #3 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 6:00 PM
Mar. 6 Pac-12 Tournament Round 1, Game #4 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 8:30 PM
Mar. 7 Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #1 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 12:00 PM
Mar. 7 Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #2 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 2:30 PM
Mar. 7 Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 6:00 PM
Mar. 7 Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #4 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 8:30 PM
Mar. 8 Pac-12 Tournament Semifinal #1 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 6:00 PM
Mar. 8 Pac-12 Tournament Semifinal #2 at Key Arena in Seattle, WA 8:30 PM

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