SATURDAY, APRIL 25
Pac-12 Networks heads to the Rose Bowl as live Spring Football action kicks off from Los Angeles with the UCLA Bruins. UCLA heads into 2015 seeking its third-straight 10-win season after posting 10 win campaigns in 2013 and 2014.
Saturday's Spring Football slate continues in Seattle as the Huskies prep for 2015 in the second year of the Chris Petersen era. Washington is coming off an 8-6 overall record in 2014 and an appearance in the Cactus Bowl.
Spring Football action heads to Salt Lake City to showcase the Utes at Rice-Eccles Stadium as Utah preps for the 2015 campaign. Utah is coming off a 9-4 overall record in 2014, its best mark since the 2010 season when it won 10 games.
Mike Leach's Cougars take to the gridiron as Saturday's Spring Football tuneups conclude on the Networks. The Cougars head into 2015 seeking to replace the production of quarterback Connor Halliday, who set various passing records during his time as a Coug.
Northwest rivals clash in game two of a three-game series from PK Park as the Huskies and Ducks battle on the diamond. Washington's Tyler Davis (5-4, 2.45) takes the mound for the Huskies opposite Oregon's Conor Harber (3-2, 5.35).
Utes and Sun Devils collide in the desert as softball action swings into Tempe on the Networks. Utah is led by sophomore infielder Hannah Flippen, who recently became the first player in Utes history to be named Pac-12 Softball Player of the Week twice in one season.
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
Championship aspirations descend into Ojai, Calif. as live women's tennis singles action rallies onto the Networks. Eight conference teams are represented by 29 Pac-12 women on the ITA's Top-125 singles rankings through April 21, including the top-3 ranked women in the nation: 1st - Robin Anderson, UCLA; 2nd - Carol Zhao, Stanford; 3rd - Maegan Manasse, California.
Softball: No. 7 UCLA at Oregon State
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington -- 12 p.m. PT
Announcers: Ann Schatz (@AnnSchatzPdx) and Jessica Mendoza (@jessmendoza)
Seventh-ranked UCLA continues its series with the Beavers in Corvallis as high-noon softball slides onto the Networks. The Bruins entered the weekend 2.5 games back of Oregon for first place in the Pac-12.
Utah and Arizona State close out their three-game set from Salt Lake City as the Utes seek to upset the 23rd-ranked Sun Devils. ASU swept the Utes last season and entered the weekend with a 31-12 advantage in the all-time series against Utah.
Second-ranked UCLA concludes its Bay Area trip in game three against the Cardinal on the Networks. Impressive Bruins freshman Griffin Canning (6-1, 2.63 ERA) takes the mound for UCLA. He currently ranks third on the team in innings (54.2) and second in strikeouts (57).
Game three takes centerstage from Eugene as Washington and Oregon close out their weekend series from PK Park. UW freshman Joey Morgan, who went to high school in Sisters, Ore., seeks to finish his homecoming on a high note. He entered the weekend riding a seven-game hitting streak.
Pac-12 Tennis championships action continues on the Networks as the Men take centerstage for a shot at the conference title. Sixteen Pac-12 singles players entered the conference championships ranked in the ITA Top-125 national rankings (as of April 21) along with nine Pac-12 men's doubles teams in the ITA Top-90 national doubles rankings.
Women's Doubles caps off the coverage of the championships from Ojai, Calif. as tennis action serves onto the Networks. Nine Pac-12 women's programs represented by 17 duos entered the championships ranked in the ITA Top-90 national doubles rankings, including Carol Zhao/Taylor Davidson, Stanford (1st) & Catherine Harrison/Kyle McPhillips, UCLA (3rd).
MONDAY, APRIL 27
Catch the flagship show of Pac-12 Networks as hosts Ashley Adamson and JB Long spotlight the major stories within the Conference of Champions with commentary, recaps, analysis, features and the #12best plays of the week.
TUESDAY, APRIL 28
Baseball: Arizona State at Arizona
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington -- 6 p.m. PT
Announcers: Roxy Bernstein (@roxybernstein) and Kevin Stocker
Football never stops with hosts Mike Yam, Yogi Roth and Glenn Parker as they provide the latest news and expert analysis to satisfy the football faithful.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30
FRIDAY, MAY 1
Softball: Arizona at UCLA
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Washington -- 5 p.m. PT
Announcers: Anne Marie Anderson and Jessica Mendoza (@jessmendoza)
SATURDAY, MAY 2
SUNDAY, MAY 3
Softball: California at Oregon
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington -- 12 p.m. PT
Announcers: Ann Schatz (@AnnSchatzPdx) and Amanda Freed (@amandafreed7)
Track & Field: UCLA at USC
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington -- 4 p.m. PT
Announcers: Paul Sunderland (@paulbsundy), Tom Feuer, Dwight Stones (@DwightStones) and Jill Savage (@jill_savage)
Conference of Champions
Pac-12 Networks -- 9 p.m. PT
Pac-12 Networks introduces Conference of Champions, a one-hour special highlighting how each Pac-12 institution is inspiring, teaching and preparing individuals for the future. Students, faculty and staff chronicle the stories of each institution exploring university history, culture and mission.