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Pac-12 Networks to televise over 180 games across baseball and softball for 2019 season

Softball coverage to again begin with 2019 Kajikawa Classic

 

Baseball coverage to begin with two games of the Seattle Baseball Showcase

from Safeco Field as well as the annual Dodger Stadium Classic

 

SAN FRANCISCO – Entering its seventh season of coverage, Pac-12 Networks’ baseball and softball broadcast schedule this coming season will include over 180 games, with over 95 for baseball and over 85 for softball. 

 

Pac-12 Baseball on Pac-12 Networks

On Sunday, March 10, Pac-12 Networks will begin its baseball coverage with three games, including two games of the “Seattle Baseball Showcase” at Safeco Field featuring the defending NCAA champion Oregon State Beavers against Coastal Carolina as well as the Washington Huskies against Minnesota.  Also on Sunday, March 10, Pac-12 Networks will again provide live coverage of the annual “Dodger Stadium Classic” between UCLA and USC from Dodger Stadium. 

 

In total, each Pac-12 program will air at least 13 times on Pac-12 Networks, including: Arizona (15), Arizona State (15), California (18), Oregon (13), Oregon State (23), Stanford (17), UCLA (17), USC (18), Utah (13), Washington (22) and Washington State (14).  Of the Networks’ over 95 games covered will also include 18 rivalry matchups as well as a two-game set featuring Oklahoma State at Oregon State May 4-5.

 

Pac-12 Softball on Pac-12 Networks

To begin its coverage of Pac-12 softball this year, Pac-12 Networks for the second-straight year will provide coverage of the 2019 Kajikawa Classic from Farrington Stadium, home of the Arizona State Sun Devils. This year, Pac-12 Networks will cover 12 games of the tournament over a three-day span from Friday, Feb. 8 to Sunday, Feb. 10, including games for Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and Utah.  Following the Kajikawa Classic, Pac-12 Networks coverage of softball will ramp back up again on Saturday, March 16 with UCLA at Washington, who reached the 2018 Women’s College World Series finals, and Oregon at Arizona.

 

In total, each Pac-12 program will at least 15 times on Pac-12 Networks, including: Arizona (16), Arizona State (20), California (15), Oregon (20), Oregon State (15), Stanford (15), UCLA (17), Utah (17) and Washington (20).  A total of seven rivalry matchups will be covered this season, including two games with Stanford at California March 23-24, two featuring Arizona State at Arizona from March 29-30 and a three-game weekend series with Oregon State at Oregon April 26-28.

 

HOW TO WATCH

 

  • All Pac-12 Networks baseball and softball coverage can be seen on either Pac-12 Network, the Pac-12 Now app (for iOS and Android) or on appropriate and available Pac-12 Networks regional channels.
  • More information on the multiple options to access and receive Pac-12 Networks anywhere in the United States is available at GetPac12Networks.com
  • Also catch the latest news and information for both Pac-12 baseball and softball on “Pac-12 Playlist,” only on Pac-12 Network. 

About Pac-12 Networks

Pac-12 Networks is the innovative TV and multimedia company of the Pac-12 Conference and is the first such company to be wholly owned by 12 universities. Pac-12 Networks incorporates one national and six regional television networks, plus extensive digital content accessible through social media, university websites and the Pac-12 Now app. Each year, Pac-12 Networks offers live coverage of 850 sporting events, making it one of the top live sports producers in the country. In addition, Pac-12 Networks creates extensive original programming, provides visibility for marquee football and basketball events as well as traditionally under-served women’s and Olympic sports. Pac-12 Networks also provides training and paid internships for thousands of students of the Pac-12’s member universities, preparing them for careers in media. With headquarters in San Francisco’s SOMA District, Pac-12 Networks draws on the creative, entrepreneurial and technological culture of the Bay Area and nearby Silicon Valley. For more information, go to Pac-12.com.

 

 

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