Pac-12 Networks announces 2016-17 women's basketball telecast schedule

PAC-12 NETWORKS ANNOUNCES 2016-17 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TELECAST SCHEDULE
100-game schedule features all teams at least 11 times and 10 Pac-12 Tournament games
 

SAN FRANCISCO– Pac-12 Networks today announced its women’s basketball telecast schedule with 100 total games across all seven networks and concluding with 10 games of the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament presented by New York Life from KeyArena in Seattle.

Each Pac-12 program will appear on the Networks at least 10 times: Arizona (11), Arizona State (16), California (13), Colorado (14), Oregon (15), Oregon State (16), Stanford (16), UCLA (15), USC (14), Utah (15), Washington (15) and Washington State (12).

Television coverage tips off on Nov. 18 when the Gonzaga Bulldogs play the Stanford Cardinal at 7 p.m. PT at Stanford. Visits from Oklahoma State (at Washington State, Nov. 20), Marquette (at Oregon State, Nov. 22), Michigan State (at Oregon, Nov. 22), Hawaii (at UCLA, Dec. 4), Colorado State (at Colorado, Dec. 8), Brigham Young (at Utah, Dec. 10) and Michigan (at UCLA, Dec. 11) complete the nonconference telecast schedule on Pac-12 Networks.

Fans should anticipate another outstanding season of play in the Pac-12 this year following a 2015-16 season that saw a total of five Pac-12 teams earn berths in the NCAA Tournament (Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, and Washington) and two teams (Oregon State and Washington) advance to the Final Four.

Out of 100 total games, 82 are regular season Conference games beginning with an Apple Cup matchup with Washington State at Washington on Dec. 27 at 7 p.m. PT.

Later that first week of Conference play, defending Pac-12 co-champions Oregon State and Arizona State will appear on Pac-12 Networks. On Friday, Dec. 30, Stanford visits Tempe to take on the Sun Devils at 3 p.m. PT. and on January 1, Oregon State will host the Washington Huskies at noon in the only regular season matchup between these 2016 Final Four teams. Later in the month, on January 29 at 5 p.m. PT, the Cardinal travels to Washington to face the Huskies in a rematch of last year’s Elite Eight showdown.

Pac-12 Networks will televise at least five games in one day nine different times this season. The first instance takes place on January 6 when Oregon State heads to Berkeley to face the California Golden Bears at 6 p.m. PT. Two other games also tip-off at 6 p.m. PT that night: UCLA at Washington State, and Arizona State at Utah. Rounding out the schedule that day at 8 p.m. PT are Oregon at Stanford and USC at Washington.

Pac-12 Networks in-depth coverage of the 2016-17 women’s basketball season begins on Thursday, October 20 from Pac-12 Headquarters in San Francisco, as the Networks once again showcases its coaches and student-athletes during Pac-12 Media Day. Full coverage of the event includes the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Media Day Special airing live from 11 a.m. -2 p.m. PT.

The Networks will conclude its fifth season of game coverage with 10 games of the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament beginning Thursday, March 2 with four exciting games.

The complete 2016-17 women’s basketball television schedule on Pac-12 Networks can be seen below:

2016-17 Pac-12 Networks Women’s Basketball Television Schedule
Game of the Week in bold

DAY

DATE

AWAY SCHOOL

 

HOME SCHOOL

TIME (PT)

Friday

18-Nov

Gonzaga

at

Stanford

7:00 PM

Sunday

20-Nov

Oklahoma State

at

Washington State

12:00 PM

Tuesday

22-Nov

Marquette

at

Oregon State

6:00 PM

Tuesday

22-Nov

Michigan State

at

Oregon

8:00 PM

Sunday

4-Dec

Hawaii

at

UCLA

2:00 PM

Thursday

8-Dec

Colorado State

at

Colorado

6:00 PM

Saturday

10-Dec

Brigham Young

at

Utah

4:30 PM

Sunday

11-Dec

Michigan

at

UCLA

11:00 AM

Tuesday

27-Dec

Washington State

at

Washington

7:00 PM

Friday

30-Dec

Stanford

at

Arizona State

3:00 PM

Sunday

1-Jan

Washington

at

Oregon State

12:00 PM

Sunday

1-Jan

California

at

Arizona State

2:00 PM

Friday

6-Jan

UCLA

at

Washington State

6:00 PM

Friday

6-Jan

Arizona State

at

Utah

6:00 PM

Friday

6-Jan

Oregon State

at

California

6:00 PM

Friday

6-Jan

Oregon

at

Stanford

8:00 PM

Friday

6-Jan

USC

at

Washington

8:00 PM

Sunday

8-Jan

Arizona

at

Utah

11:00 AM

Sunday

8-Jan

USC

at

Washington State

12:00 PM

Sunday

8-Jan

Oregon

at

California

1:00 PM

Sunday

8-Jan

Arizona State

at

Colorado

3:00 PM

Sunday

8-Jan

Oregon State

at

Stanford

5:00 PM

Friday

13-Jan

Stanford

at

Utah

5:00 PM

Friday

13-Jan

Washington

at

Arizona

6:00 PM

Friday

13-Jan

Oregon State

at

UCLA

6:00 PM

Friday

13-Jan

Oregon

at

USC

8:00 PM

Sunday

15-Jan

Washington State

at

Arizona

11:00 AM

Sunday

15-Jan

California

at

Utah

11:00 AM

Sunday

15-Jan

Stanford

at

Colorado

1:00 PM

Sunday

15-Jan

Oregon

at

UCLA

1:00 PM

Sunday

15-Jan

Oregon State

at

USC

3:00 PM

Sunday

15-Jan

Washington

at

Arizona State

5:00 PM

Wednesday

18-Jan

UCLA

at

USC

8:00 PM

Friday

20-Jan

Colorado

at

Oregon

6:00 PM

Friday

20-Jan

Arizona State

at

California

8:00 PM

Friday

20-Jan

Utah

at

Oregon State

8:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

Arizona

at

California

1:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

Washington

at

Washington State

1:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

Utah

at

Oregon

1:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

Colorado

at

Oregon State

3:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

Arizona State

at

Stanford

3:00 PM

Sunday

22-Jan

USC

at

UCLA

5:00 PM

Wednesday

25-Jan

Utah

at

Colorado

6:00 PM

Friday

27-Jan

California

at

Washington

6:00 PM

Friday

27-Jan

Arizona State

at

UCLA

8:00 PM

Friday

27-Jan

Oregon State

at

Oregon

8:00 PM

Friday

27-Jan

Stanford

at

Washington State

8:00 PM

Saturday

28-Jan

Colorado

at

Utah

11:30 AM

Sunday

29-Jan

Arizona State

at

USC

3:00 PM

Sunday

29-Jan

Stanford

at

Washington

5:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

Oregon

at

Arizona

5:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

Washington State

at

Colorado

5:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

USC

at

Stanford

6:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

Oregon State

at

Arizona State

7:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

Washington

at

Utah

7:00 PM

Friday

3-Feb

UCLA

at

California

8:00 PM

Sunday

5-Feb

Oregon

at

Arizona State

11:00 AM

Sunday

5-Feb

Washington

at

Colorado

11:00 AM

Friday

10-Feb

UCLA

at

Oregon

6:00 PM

Friday

10-Feb

Utah

at

California

6:00 PM

Friday

10-Feb

USC

at

Oregon State

8:00 PM

Friday

10-Feb

Arizona

at

Washington

8:00 PM

Friday

10-Feb

Colorado

at

Stanford

8:00 PM

Sunday

12-Feb

Colorado

at

California

11:00 AM

Sunday

12-Feb

USC

at

Oregon

11:00 AM

Sunday

12-Feb

Arizona

at

Washington State

11:00 AM

Sunday

12-Feb

Utah

at

Stanford

1:00 PM

Sunday

12-Feb

UCLA

at

Oregon State

1:00 PM

Sunday

12-Feb

Arizona State

at

Washington

5:00 PM

Thursday

16-Feb

Stanford

at

California

8:00 PM

Friday

17-Feb

Oregon

at

Utah

5:00 PM

Friday

17-Feb

Arizona State

at

Arizona

6:00 PM

Friday

17-Feb

Washington State

at

USC

6:00 PM

Friday

17-Feb

Oregon State

at

Colorado

7:00 PM

Friday

17-Feb

Washington

at

UCLA

8:00 PM

Sunday

19-Feb

Washington State

at

UCLA

11:00 AM

Sunday

19-Feb

Oregon

at

Colorado

11:00 AM

Sunday

19-Feb

Oregon State

at

Utah

1:00 PM

Sunday

19-Feb

Arizona

at

Arizona State

3:00 PM

Sunday

19-Feb

Washington

at

USC

3:00 PM

Sunday

19-Feb

California

at

Stanford

5:00 PM

Thursday

23-Feb

Utah

at

Washington State

6:00 PM

Thursday

23-Feb

Colorado

at

Washington

8:00 PM

Friday

24-Feb

UCLA

at

Arizona

5:00 PM

Friday

24-Feb

USC

at

Arizona State

7:00 PM

Friday

24-Feb

Stanford

at

Oregon State

8:00 PM

Sunday

26-Feb

California

at

Oregon State

11:00 AM

Sunday

26-Feb

UCLA

at

Arizona State

11:00 AM

Sunday

26-Feb

USC

at

Arizona

1:00 PM

Sunday

26-Feb

Stanford

at

Oregon

1:00 PM

 

Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament (Seattle, WA)

Thursday

2-Mar

Round 1, Game 1

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

11:30 AM

Thursday

2-Mar

Round 1, Game 2

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

2:00 PM

Thursday

2-Mar

Round 1, Game 3

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

6:00 PM

Thursday

2-Mar

Round 1, Game 4

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

8:30 PM

Friday

3-Mar

Quarterfinals Game 1

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

11:30 AM

Friday

3-Mar

Quarterfinals Game 2

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

2:00 PM

Friday

3-Mar

Quarterfinals Game 3

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

6:00 PM

Friday

3-Mar

Quarterfinals Game 4

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

8:30 PM

Saturday

4-Mar

Semifinal Game 1

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

6:00 PM

Saturday

4-Mar

Semifinal Game 2

at

KeyArena, Seattle, WA

8:30 PM

About Pac-12 Networks
Headquartered in San Francisco’s SOMA district, Pac-12 Networks is the new content and multiplatform media company for the Pac-12 Conference, a leader in collegiate athletics that includes 12 of the most prestigious universities in the world. Pac-12 Networks was created in 2011 to develop and launch one national and six full-time native HD linear networks available to video programming operators, as well as a digital network dedicated solely to the Pac-12. The linear networks televise hundreds of live sporting events annually and provide 24/7 access to Pac-12 teams and universities. Pac-12 Digital encompasses the digital network, mobile, the university websites, social media and innovative digital initiatives across the company.

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