Second-seeded UCLA Bruins to host 15th-seeded California Golden Bears in Los Angeles
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (Nov. 26, 2014) – Pac-12 Networks will televise live an NCAA men’s soccer tournament game featuring two Pac-12 programs – California at UCLA – on Sunday, November 30 at 7 p.m. PT.
The matchup between the two conference rivals will air across all seven networks. Fans can also watch the game by authenticating their television service to view on Pac-12.com/now or via the Pac-12 Now app.
Christian Miles and Cobi Jones have the call of California-UCLA.
This marks the second season Pac-12 Networks has acquired broadcast rights from the NCAA to televise postseason games hosted by Pac-12 programs.
The Pac-12 finished the regular season with five of six teams ranked in the nation’s top 25, with a league-record five Pac-12 men’s soccer teams earning berths to compete in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. UCLA (12-4-4) advanced to the third round of postseason play for the fifth time in the past six seasons, with an overall postseason record of 69-38. California (11-6-1) leads the nation in scoring, points per game and total assists.