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UCLA Women’s Basketball Tip Times, TV Assignments Announced

Oct 11, 2022

LOS ANGELES – UCLA women's basketball will see all 18 regular-season Pac-12 games televised, with a number of non-conference games on conference networks and livestreaming platforms.
The Pac-12 Conference and UCLA women's basketball have finalized all tipoff times for regular-season matchups, as announced on Tuesday. Games without television assignments will be livestreamed, and information on these streams will be released closer to the start of the season.

The Bruins begin the season on Nov. 7 against Cal Poly as the first game in a double header with the men's basketball team. UCLA will host two more home games in mid-November before heading to the Bahamas to compete in the Battle 4 Atlantis. UCLA will see South Dakota State on Nov. 19 in the first round of the Bahamian tournament, and the matchup will be broadcast on FloHoops. The Bruins and the Jackrabbits last met in the semifinals round of the 2022 WNIT.
UCLA heads to South Carolina to face the reigning national champions, the Gamecocks, on Nov. 29. Tipoff is set for 4 p.m. and will be broadcast on the SEC Network. The last time the Bruins were on the SEC Network, they came away with a 59-50 victory over Georgia on Dec. 19, 2019.
Every conference matchup will be broadcast on television, with 17 of the 18 games on the Pac-12 networks. Fans will have their first opportunity to see the Bruins in conference action on Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. against USC at the Galen Center.

UCLA will be featured as part of ESPN's Big Monday in February, facing off against Stanford at 6 p.m. on ESPN2 on Feb. 20.

The Michael Price Family UCLA Women's Head Basketball Coach Cori Close enters her 12th season at the helm of the program. Close has led the Bruins to five NCAA appearances in the last seven seasons, including an Elite Eight run in 2018. Under Close's guidance, the 2014-15 Bruins won the WNIT championship.
The Bruins return eight players from last year's roster and add five freshmen. The incoming freshman class was the top-ranked recruiting class in the nation according to ESPN, the second such class for Close.
UCLA's complete 2022-23 women's basketball schedule is available here.
The only way for UCLA fans to guarantee seats to all 17 regular-season home games is by purchasing season tickets. Click here to secure women's basketball season tickets. For more information about tickets, call UCLA Athletic Sales & Service at (310) 206-5991 or via email at