Pac-12 Women's Volleyball TV Schedule

82-Game Schedule Features Seven Top-25 Teams from 2011, Including NCAA Champion UCLA

The Pac-12 Networks today announced its 2012 women's volleyball television schedule that includes 82 matchups highlighting the sport's top talent, both on a national and international level. The schedule kicks off with the Jiangsu Chinese Team squaring off against USC (August 28), 2011 NCAA Champion UCLA (August 29), Stanford (September 5) and Cal (September 6) in a four-game international showcase. All four matchups start at 7:00 PM PT.

"It is very exciting to be in a position to deliver unprecedented exposure to a sport as dynamic as women's volleyball," said Gary Stevenson, President Pac-12 Enterprises. "With 14 NCAA titles, including UCLA's last year, there is no denying the Pac-12's strength in women's volleyball. With the international matches as well as our full conference schedule, fans will have an opportunity to see some of the very best volleyball players in the world every week on the Pac-12 Networks."

The 82-game television schedule is a 272 percent jump from the 22-game television appearances Pac-12 teams received in 2011. The lineup includes seven teams that finished in the final top 25 national rankings last season and wastes no time pitting two nationally-ranked programs against each other with UCLA hosting Pepperdine on Wednesday, September 12 at 7:00 PM PT (10:00 PM ET). Leaning on the Pac-12's dominance in women's volleyball, the Network's television schedule primarily focuses on inter-conference play with each team making at least 12 appearances. The schedule closes on Friday, November 23 with a day chalked full of action as all Conference teams face their regional rivals to wrap up the regular season.

In 2011, seven Conference teams earned bids to the NCAA Tournament, including the eventual na-tional champion Bruins, led by AVCA National Coach of the Year Mike Sealy. USC, who secured the automatic bid after winning the first-ever Pac-12 Championship title and won a Conference-record of 20 league matches, also advanced to the NCAA semifinals for the second year in a row.  

Of the eight Pac-12 players that earned All-American honors in 2011, UCLA's Rachel Kidder, Oregon's Alaina Bergsma and Natalie Hagglund of USC return to the court, and are a few of the Conference's players to watch in 2012.

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What Pac-12 head volleyball coaches are saying about the 2012 Pac-12 Networks volleyball television schedule…

"In my opinion, this changes the whole face of the sport in this country. This is what the coaches, the coaches association (AVCA), and everybody has been asking for; this kind of exposure. I think you're going to see a tremendous jump in the sport's following. The fact that we're also having men's matches broadcast, that's two Olympic sports in volleyball that are going to get prime exposure for the first time, ever. I think it puts the Pac-12 on the premiere level for where young athletes will want to go and play." - USC head volleyball coach Mick Haley
"Having more women's volleyball matches televised, first and foremost, is going to grow the game of volleyball. Regardless of who is on TV, the more exposure we can get as a sport is great for growing the game. For UCLA, it's amazing. It gives us a chance to showcase our program, our talent and our abilities as a team." - UCLA head volleyball coach Michael Sealy
"The Pac-12 Networks broadcast of 82 volleyball matches this season is an excellent way to market collegiate volleyball and to increase exposure for our 12 volleyball programs, which collectively make up the top conference in the nation. This will bring us great exposure and really allow us to show the rest of the country the both the talent and competitiveness of all 12 schools. I'm very excited for this first year and beyond." - Oregon State head volleyball coach Terry Liskevych

2012 Pac-12 Networks Women's Volleyball Televised Schedule
Date Time (PT) Matchup 
Aug. 28 7:00 PM Jiangsu Chinese Team at USC
Aug. 29 7:00 PM Jiangsu Chinese Team at UCLA
Sept. 5 7:00 PM Jiangsu Chinese Team at Stanford
Sept. 6 7:00 PM Jiangsu Chinese Team at California
Sept. 12 7:00 PM Pepperdine at UCLA
Sept. 18 7:00 PM Arizona State at Arizona
Sept. 18 7:00 PM Washington State at Washington
Sept. 19 7:00 PM California at Stanford
Sept. 19 7:00 PM Oregon State at Oregon 
Sept. 19 7:00 PM Utah at Colorado
Sept. 21 6:00 PM Washington State at Arizona State
Sept. 21 6:00 PM Oregon at USC
Sept. 21 6:00 PM  Stanford at Utah
Sept. 21 8:00 PM Oregon State at UCLA
Sept. 26 7:00 PM  UCLA at Washington
Sept. 28 6:00 PM  California at Arizona State
Sept. 28 6:00 PM Colorado at Oregon State
Sept. 28 6:00 PM USC at Washington
Sept. 28 8:00 PM Utah at Oregon
Sept. 30 11:30 AM USC at Washington State
Sept. 30 11:30 AM Utah at Oregon State
Sept. 30 11:30 AM California at Arizona
Sept. 30 6:00 PM Stanford at Arizona State
Oct. 3 7:00 PM Oregon at California
Oct. 5 5:30 PM Oregon at Stanford
Oct. 5 5:30 PM Arizona State at UCLA
Oct. 5 5:30 PM Washington State at Colorado
Oct. 5  7:30 PM Washington at Utah
Oct. 7 2:00 PM Oregon State at Stanford
Oct. 7 2:00 PM Arizona at UCLA
Oct. 7 2:00 PM  Washington at Colorado
Oct. 7 4:00 PM Arizona State at USC
Oct. 10 7:00 PM USC at Stanford
Oct. 12 6:00 PM Washington State at Oregon
Oct. 12 6:00 PM  UCLA at Stanford
Oct. 12 6:00 PM  Arizona at Utah
Oct. 12 8:00 PM USC at California
Oct. 14 2:00 PM Washington State at Oregon State
Oct. 14 2:00 PM UCLA at California
Oct. 14 2:00 PM Arizona State at Utah
Oct. 14 4:00 PM Arizona at Colorado
Oct. 17 7:00 PM Utah at UCLA
Oct. 19 6:00 PM Oregon at Arizona
Oct. 19 6:00 PM Stanford at Washington
Oct. 19 6:00 PM Utah at USC
Oct. 19  8:00 PM  Oregon State at Arizona State
Oct. 21 11:00 AM Colorado at USC
Oct. 21 11:00 AM Oregon State at Arizona
Oct. 21 11:00 AM Stanford at Washington State
Oct. 21 1:00 PM California at Washington
Oct. 24 7:00 PM Arizona at Stanford
Oct. 26 6:00 PM  Washington at USC 
Oct. 26 6:00 PM Arizona at California
Oct. 26 6:00 PM Oregon at Colorado
Oct. 26 8:00 PM Washington State at UCLA
Oct. 28 10:00 AM Oregon at Utah
Oct. 28 12 Noon Washington at UCLA
Oct. 28 12 Noon Arizona State at California
Oct. 28 12 Noon Oregon State at Colorado
Oct. 31 7:00 PM Colorado at Washington State
Nov. 2 6:00 PM California at Oregon
Nov. 2 6:00 PM  USC at Arizona State
Nov. 2  6:00 PM Colorado at Washington
Nov. 2 8:00 PM UCLA at Arizona
Nov. 4 11:00 AM Utah at Washington
Nov. 4 11:00 AM California at Oregon State
Nov. 4 11:00 AM USC at Arizona
Nov. 4 1:00 PM  Stanford at Oregon
Nov. 8 6:00 PM Washington State at California
Nov. 8 6:00 PM Arizona State at Oregon State 
Nov. 8 8:00 PM Washington at Stanford
Nov. 20 TBD UCLA at Oregon
Nov. 20 TBD USC at Oregon State
Nov. 21 TBD Arizona at Washington State
Nov. 21 TBD Arizona State at Washington 
Nov. 21 TBD Colorado at Stanford
Nov. 23 TBD Oregon at Oregon State
Nov. 23 TBD USC at UCLA 
Nov. 23 TBD Washington at Washington State
Nov. 23 TBD Stanford at California
Nov. 23 TBD  Arizona at Arizona State
Nov. 23 TBD Colorado at Utah
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