ESPN and the ESPN family of networks will carry the entire NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Presented by Capital One.
The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Presented by Capital One tips off this Saturday, March 22nd. It all starts with a matchup between No. 15 Winthrop and No. 2 Duke in Durham, North Carolina. Coverage of the game is scheduled for an 11am ET start time. The game will be broadcast on television on ESPN2 and online on ESPN3 via WatchESPN.
The majority of the tournament’s first and second-round games will be televised on ESPN2. There are two exceptions to that rule. The exceptions in question are the Sunday 3pm ET and 5:30pm ET window. The games broadcast on ESPN2 will be broadcast in twelve regionalized windows with home market protection. ESPN3 and ESPN Full Court, ESPN’s pay-per-view package, will offer full coverage of the tournament as an addition to the tournament’s regional coverage. The tournament’s final fifteen games will be carried on ESPN and ESPN2. It all leads up to the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship game on Tuesday, April 8th at 8:30pm ET on ESPN. The championship game will be broadcast live from Nashville, Tennessee.
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