Extensive coverage of full slate of Pac-12 Spring Championships coming up this week
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Full details on how to watch all spring championships on Pac-12 Networks provided in
Spring Championships Viewers Guide below
SAN FRANCISCO – Beginning this week, Pac-12 Networks is set to provide extensive coverage of multiple Pac-12 spring championships. Expanded live championship coverage kicks off this week with the inaugural live broadcast of the championship round of men’s golf tomorrow, and continues with three days each of the tennis, beach volleyball, and lacrosse championships. In addition, Pac-12 Networks will televise the MPSF Women’s Water Polo Tournament for the first time, featuring five Pac-12 programs in the event.
This season’s increased coverage of championships, including live coverage of the Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship, continues tomorrow on Pac-12 Network at 2 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. MT for the final round of the event. The Pac-12 boasts four top-20 teams with No. 2 Arizona State, No. 6 USC, No. 10 Cal, and No. 15 Stanford. On the call for the first ever live Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championships will be Will Haskett, a seasoned sports broadcaster with NCAA championship experience.
The Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships will also receive an unprecedented amount of coverage this season, expanding to include a third day with the men’s quarterfinals televised this Thursday. The men’s semifinals will air on Friday, and both men’s and women’s championships will be covered on Saturday. The talent on the call will be Ted Robinson, Prakash Amritraj, JB Long, and Corina Morariu.
All-day coverage for the three-day Beach Volleyball Championship begins Thursday and will feature all nine programs, including five top-20 teams in No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC, No. 10 Cal, No. 13 Arizona, and No. 20 Stanford. Talent for the event includes Anne Marie Anderson, Holly McPeak, Kevin Barnett, and Camryn Irwin.
Now in its second year, the Women’s Lacrosse Tournament will also see three days of live action covered across Pac-12 Networks, with the first round airing on Thursday, semifinals on Friday, and the finals on Sunday afternoon. On the call for the tournament will be Jason Knapp and Kara Lentz.
For the first time, Pac-12 Networks will televise the MPSF Women’s Water Polo Tournament on Sunday, featuring No. 1 seed Stanford, No. 2 seed USC, No. 3 seed UCLA, No. 4 seed Cal, and No. 6 seed ASU among the teams competing. Talent duo Greg Mescall and Adam Krikorian will call the championship event.
Please see the Spring Championships Viewers Guide below for timing, channel locations, and full information on coverage across the 2019 Pac-12 spring championships. For a PDF version of the Spring Championships Viewers Guide, please click here. All programming will be available on Pac-12 Now.
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