Pac-12 announces 2018-19 women's basketball schedule

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Pac-12 Women’s Basketball again to feature unprecedented television coverage
with over 100 games on Pac-12 Networks and five on ESPN2
 
Pac-12 Networks lineup to include premiere non-conference matchups to start the season
 
SAN FRANCISCO - Pac-12 women’s basketball will again feature unprecedented television exposure this season, with over 100 games televised in 2018-19, including 102 on Pac-12 Networks and an additional five on ESPN2. The season culminates with the 2019 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament presented by New York Life in Las Vegas, with the championship game on March 10 on ESPN2.
 
The ESPN2 schedule kicks off with a marquee matchup between Baylor and ARIZONA STATE on Nov. 11. The Sun Devils, in conjunction with ASU’s Office of American Indian Initiatives, play host to the Bears at the Bee Holdzil Fighting Scouts Event Center on the Navajo Reservation in Fort Defiance, Ariz. The “Showdown at the Rez” serves as a celebration of Native American Heritage Month. With the game taking place on Veterans Day, the game also provides a platform to recognize and honor Native Americans who served in the armed forces.
 
Other marquee matchups on the ESPN2 slate include a Dec. 18 game where OREGON hosts 2018 NCAA runner-up Mississippi State. The Ducks advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight last season for the second-straight year. ESPN2 will televise a Feb. 10 matchup when the Ducks travel to STANFORD for a rematch of the 2018 Pac-12 Tournament championship game. The Civil War showdown between UO and OREGON STATE on Feb. 18 will be included on ESPN2’s Big Monday lineup. The Beavers have been to the NCAA Elite Eight in two of the last three years.
 
Tip off for Pac-12 Networks coverage begins with a non-conference slate that features matchups against opponents from the ACC, Big Ten, SEC and West Coast Conferences.  Top-25 matchups on Pac-12 Networks schedule include Georgia at UCLA on Wednesday, Nov. 14, Ohio State at STANFORD on Sunday, Nov. 18, Indiana at UCLA on Sunday, Dec. 2, Ohio State at WASHINGTON on Wednesday, Dec. 5, Baylor at STANFORD on Saturday, Dec. 15, Duke at OREGON STATE on Thursday, Dec. 20 and Connecticut at CALIFORNIA on Saturday, Dec. 22. 
 
Regular season action on Pac-12 Networks will include several premiere matchups throughout the year.  Among the networks live coverage of 102 games will again be live coverage of 10 of 11 games during the 2019 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament.  Each Pac-12 program is scheduled to air on Pac-12 Networks at least 12 times: Arizona (12), Arizona State (17), California (17), Colorado (13), Oregon (16), Oregon State (17), Stanford (18), UCLA (17), USC (16), Utah (15), Washington (13) and Washington State (13).  Conference play on Pac-12 Networks begins Sunday, Dec. 30 four rivalry games that day.
 
During its schedule this year, Pac-12 Networks will televise a total of six games in one day on four different occasions and five games in one day on three different occasions.  Highlighted matchups during league action will again take place on Friday and Sunday evenings during the season.
 
Prior to the start of the season, coverage begins on Pac-12 Network with the 2018 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Media Day on Wednesday, Oct. 10.  More information regarding coverage that day will be announced. 
 
Following the regular season, all 12 teams will descend on Las Vegas for the 18th-annual Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament. After a successful six-year run in Seattle, the tournament heads to the MGM Grand Garden Arena, March. 7-10. The first 10 games of the event will be televised on the Conference’s network with the champion being crowned on ESPN2. Last season, the top-seeded Ducks won their first-ever tournament crown, defeating the Cardinal in the title game.
 
Six Pac-12 teams earned NCAA Tournament bids last season and seven participated in the postseason. The Conference boasts more NCAA Tournament victories than any other conference over the last three seasons and has the best winning percentage among peer conferences. Four teams advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2018, the third-consecutive year at least four Pac-12 teams advanced that far, and a record-tying three teams were in the NCAA Elite Eight. It was the second time in three years at least that many teams advanced that far.
 
Games aired on an ESPN network are also available through the ESPN App, accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.  All Pac-12 Networks coverage of women’s basketball is also available via the Pac-12 Now app (for iOS and Android), as well as on Pac-12 Network or the appropriate Pac-12 Networks regional channel. 
 
Additional coverage of Pac-12 women’s basketball can also be followed all year long across the Pac-12 and Pac-12 Networks’ digital and social media channels on Pac-12.com, Twitter (@Pac12Network and @Pac12), Facebook (facebook.com/Pac12Conference), Instagram (@Pac12Conference), Snapchat (@pac12conference) and Pac-12 Networks’ YouTube channel.
 
For the full Pac-12 women’s basketball schedule, visit Pac-12.com.
 
ESPN Network Schedule
Sun., Nov. 11 Baylor vs. ARIZONA STATE ESPN2 4:30 p.m. PT/7:30 p.m. ET
Tue., Dec. 18 Mississippi State at OREGON ESPN2 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET
Sun., Feb. 10 OREGON at STANFORD ESPN2 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET
Mon., Feb. 18 OREGON at OREGON STATE ESPN2 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET  Big Monday
 
2019 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Mar. 7 First Round Game #1 PAC12 11:30 a.m. PT
Mar. 7 First Round Game #2 PAC12 2 p.m. PT
Mar. 7 First Round Game #3 PAC12 6 p.m. PT
Mar. 7 First Round Game #4 PAC12 8:30 p.m. PT
Mar. 8 Quarterfinal Game #1 PAC12 11:30 a.m. PT
Mar. 8 Quarterfinal Game #2 PAC12 2 p.m. PT
Mar. 8 Quarterfinal Game #3 PAC12 6 p.m. PT
Mar. 8 Quarterfinal Game #4 PAC12 8:30 p.m. PT
Mar. 9 Semifinal Game #1 PAC12 6 p.m. PT
Mar. 9 Semifinal Game #2 PAC12 8:30 p.m. PT
Mar. 10 Championship Game ESPN2 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET

2018-19 Pac-12 Networks Regular-Season Women’s Basketball Schedule

Wednesday 15-Nov Georgia at UCLA 11:00 AM
Sunday 18-Nov Ohio State at Stanford 1:00 PM
Saturday 1-Dec La Salle at Oregon State 12:00 PM
Saturday 1-Dec Louisiana Tech at Arizona State 12:00 PM
Saturday 1-Dec Utah Valley at Utah 4:30 PM
Sunday 2-Dec George Mason at Washington 12:00 PM
Sunday 2-Dec Indiana at UCLA 1:00 PM
Wednesday 5-Dec Ohio State at Washington 8:00 PM
Saturday 8-Dec BYU at Utah 6:00 PM
Saturday 15-Dec Baylor at Stanford 12:00 PM
Thursday 20-Dec Duke at Oregon State 7:00 PM
Saturday 22-Dec Connecticut at California 12:00 PM
Sunday 30-Dec Utah at Colorado 12:00 PM
Sunday 30-Dec UCLA at USC 2:00 PM
Sunday 30-Dec Washington State at Washington 2:00 PM
Sunday 30-Dec Arizona State at Arizona 4:00 PM
Friday 4-Jan Arizona State at Utah 6:00 PM
Friday 4-Jan Washington at Oregon 6:00 PM
Friday 4-Jan Washington State at Oregon State 7:00 PM
Friday 4-Jan UCLA at California 7:00 PM
Friday 4-Jan USC at Stanford 8:00 PM
Sunday 6-Jan Arizona at Utah 11:00 AM
Sunday 6-Jan Arizona State at Colorado 1:00 PM
Sunday 6-Jan UCLA at Stanford 1:00 PM
Sunday 6-Jan USC at California 3:00 PM
Sunday 6-Jan Washington State at Oregon 3:00 PM
Sunday 13-Jan Oregon at UCLA 2:00 PM
Sunday 13-Jan Utah at Washington 2:00 PM
Sunday 13-Jan California at Arizona State 4:00 PM
Friday 18-Jan Arizona State at Oregon 6:00 PM
Friday 18-Jan Colorado at Utah 6:00 PM
Friday 18-Jan Washington at Stanford 7:00 PM
Sunday 20-Jan Arizona at Oregon 12:00 PM
Sunday 20-Jan Washington State at Stanford 12:00 PM
Sunday 20-Jan Arizona State at Oregon State 2:00 PM
Sunday 20-Jan Washington at California 2:00 PM
Sunday 20-Jan USC at UCLA 4:00 PM
Friday 25-Jan UCLA at Arizona State 10:00 AM
Friday 25-Jan USC at Arizona 6:00 PM
Friday 25-Jan California at Utah 6:00 PM
Friday 25-Jan Stanford at Colorado 6:00 PM
Friday 25-Jan Oregon at Washington State 7:00 PM
Friday 25-Jan Oregon State at Washington 8:00 PM
Sunday 27-Jan California at Colorado 12:00 PM
Sunday 27-Jan Oregon State at Washington State 12:00 PM
Sunday 27-Jan USC at Arizona State 12:00 PM
Sunday 27-Jan Oregon at Washington 2:00 PM
Thursday 31-Jan Stanford at California 8:00 PM
Friday 1-Feb Arizona at Arizona State 5:00 PM
Friday 1-Feb Utah at Oregon 7:00 PM
Friday 1-Feb Colorado at Oregon State 7:00 PM
Saturday 2-Feb California at Stanford 4:00 PM
Friday 8-Feb USC at Utah 6:00 PM
Friday 8-Feb UCLA at Colorado 6:00 PM
Friday 8-Feb Oregon State at Stanford 6:00 PM
Friday 8-Feb Oregon at California 8:00 PM
Saturday 9-Feb Arizona at Washington State 12:00 PM
Sunday 10-Feb UCLA at Utah 11:00 AM
Sunday 10-Feb Oregon State at California 1:00 PM
Friday 15-Feb Stanford at UCLA 6:00 PM
Friday 15-Feb Oregon State at Oregon 6:00 PM
Friday 15-Feb Washington at Washington State 7:00 PM
Friday 15-Feb California at USC 8:00 PM
Sunday 17-Feb Colorado at Arizona 11:00 AM
Sunday 17-Feb Stanford at USC 12:00 PM
Sunday 17-Feb Utah at Arizona State 1:00 PM
Sunday 17-Feb California at UCLA 4:00 PM
Friday 22-Feb USC at Oregon State 6:00 PM
Friday 22-Feb Arizona State at California 7:00 PM
Friday 22-Feb UCLA at Oregon 8:00 PM
Sunday 24-Feb USC at Oregon 11:00 AM
Sunday 24-Feb UCLA at Oregon State 1:00 PM
Sunday 24-Feb Arizona State at Stanford 1:00 PM
Friday 1-Mar Oregon State at Arizona State 5:00 PM
Friday 1-Mar Colorado at USC 7:00 PM
Friday 1-Mar Stanford at Washington State 7:00 PM
Friday 1-Mar Oregon at Arizona 7:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar California at Washington State 12:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar Utah at USC 12:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar Oregon at Arizona State 12:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar Colorado at UCLA 12:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar Stanford at Washington 2:00 PM
Sunday 3-Mar Oregon State at Arizona 2:00 PM
About the Pac-12 Conference
The Conference has a tradition as the “Conference of Champions,” leading the nation in NCAA Championships in 52 of the last 58 years, with 513 NCAA team titles overall. The Conference comprises 12 leading U.S. universities - the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of Colorado, the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Stanford University, the University of Southern California, the University of Utah, the University of Washington and Washington State University. For more information on the Conference’s programs, member institutions, and Commissioner Larry Scott, go to Pac-12.com/conference.​
 
About Pac-12 Networks
Pac-12 Networks is the innovative TV and multimedia company of the Pac-12 Conference and is the first such company to be wholly owned by 12 universities. Pac-12 Networks incorporates one national and six regional television networks, plus extensive digital content accessible through social media, university websites and the Pac-12 Now app. Each year, Pac-12 Networks offers live coverage of 850 sporting events, making it one of the top live sports producers in the country. In addition, Pac-12 Networks creates extensive original programming, provides visibility for marquee football and basketball events as well as traditionally under-served women’s and Olympic sports. Pac-12 Networks also provides training and paid internships for thousands of students of the Pac-12’s member universities, preparing them for careers in media. With headquarters in San Francisco’s SOMA District, Pac-12 Networks draws on the creative, entrepreneurial and technological culture of the Bay Area and nearby Silicon Valley. For more information, go to Pac-12.com.
 
 
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