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Former Pac-12 women’s basketball standouts Layshia Clarendon and Mikayla Pivec headline a special installment of “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life, airing tonight at 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT

Jun 22, 2020
Layshia Clarendon’s extended interview will be available on Wednesday’s edition of the “Pac-12 Perspective” podcast, presented by Nike
 
SAN FRANCISCO - Tonight, Pac-12 Networks is celebrating the 48th anniversary of Title IX with a special installment of “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life, airing at 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network.
 
Hosts Ashley Adamson and Mike Yam sit down with former California guard Layshia Clarendon, who shares what Title IX means to her and what it’s like to break barriers. Clarendon, who plays for the New York Liberty, also shares how her experience at Cal helped shape her voice and talks about the upcoming WNBA season.
 
“I think people aren’t paying enough attention to the power of what we can do as a collective being in one place,” said Clarendon. “Obviously, [the WNBA] being one of the first live sports back to television is a really big deal….We are the women we should be following. We’ve been here all along and doing this work and, along with Colin Kaepernick back in 2016, not always getting recognized for it. I’ve been outspoken forever, I’ve always been forward thinking, and I think the opportunity for us to come back and be centered in sports, where we’re so often marginalized, is something that excites me, in that we can truly catalyze on this moment and what it would mean for all of us to be together in a way that we can organize and use our voice. The world needs the WNBA back right now, and I just think of all the people who would be inspired by getting to see us play on the court and what we have to say as well.”
 
 
Former Oregon State All-American Mikayla Pivec joins the show to talk about her WNBA draft experience and her future playing opportunities in Spain.
 
Former Arizona All-American Jason Terry chats with Yam about his return to Tucson on today’s episode of the Pac-12 Perspective” podcast, presented by Nike, available now wherever fans get their podcasts. Colorado legend Ceal Barry, who just announced her retirement after 43 years in college athletics, joins the show tomorrow, and Clarendon’s extended interview will be available on Wednesday.
 
HOW TO WATCH
  • Monday, June 22
    • Pac-12 Playlist, presented by New York Life - 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network and the Pac-12 Now app
      • Re-airing at 9 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. MT on Pac-12 regional channels 
      • All of the interviews featured on the most recent episodes of “Pac-12 Playlist” are available on-demand on Pac-12.com or the Pac-12 Now app
HOW TO LISTEN: PAC-12 PERSPECTIVES PRESENTED BY NIKE
  • Monday, June 22
    • Welcome back Jason "The Jet" Terry
      • Available now wherever fans get their podcasts and on Pac-12. com
  • Tuesday, June 23
    • Colorado’s Ceal Barry
      • Available tomorrow morning wherever fans get their podcasts and on Pac-12. com
  • Wednesday, June 24
    • Former California women’s basketball player Layshia Clarendon
      • Available Wednesday morning wherever fans get their podcasts and on Pac-12. com
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