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Second-seeded UCLA Bruins to host 15th-seeded California Golden Bears in Los Angeles

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (Nov. 26, 2014) – Pac-12 Networks will televise live an NCAA men’s soccer tournament game featuring two Pac-12 programs – California at UCLA – on Sunday, November 30 at 7 p.m. PT.

The matchup between the two conference rivals will air across all seven networks. Fans can also watch the game by authenticating their television service to view on or via the Pac-12 Now app.

Christian Miles and Cobi Jones have the call of California-UCLA.

This marks the second season Pac-12 Networks has acquired broadcast rights from the NCAA to televise postseason games hosted by Pac-12 programs.

The Pac-12 finished the regular season with five of six teams ranked in the nation’s top 25, with a league-record five Pac-12 men’s soccer teams earning berths to compete in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. UCLA (12-4-4) advanced to the third round of postseason play for the fifth time in the past six seasons, with an overall postseason record of 69-38. California (11-6-1) leads the nation in scoring, points per game and total assists.

Pac-12 Networks to televise third round NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament game featuring UCLA & California