7 Meets, Including Pac-12 Championships to Be Aired on Pac-12 Networks

Braden Keith
by Braden Keith 0

September 24th, 2015 College, News, Pac-12

The Pac-12 Networks have released their television schedules for the 2015-2016 swimming season, and that will include 7 different live televised events beginning in January.

Fans will be able to catch their first meet on January 22nd when Arizona State and their new head coach Bob Bowman travel to face Top-10 opponents at Stanford. Next, on January 29th, the women’s meet between the Cardinal and the UCLA Bruins will be live at 2 P.M. Pacific Time. Those are the only two programs that will have tow regular-season matchups on the Pac 12 Networks.

On February 5th, The Cal and USC men will face off in one of the top matchups in the whole country. Those teams placed 2nd and 4th, respectively, at last year’s NCAA Championship meet.

Then, a week later, USC will face the UCLA women.

Both the men’s and women’s Pac-12 Championship meets will also be aired live from Federal Way before all qualified swimmers roll into March’s NCAA Championship meets.

The full swimming & diving schedules for the Pac-12 Networks are below.

2016 Pac-12 Networks Men’s Swimming & Diving Telecast Schedule

Date   Matchup Time (PT)
1/22 ASU at Stanford  (co-ed) 1:00 PM
2/5 California at USC 2:00 PM
3/3 Pac-12 Championships at Federal Way, WA TBD
3/4 Pac-12 Championships at Federal Way, WA TBD
3/5 Pac-12 Championships at Federal Way, WA TBD

2016 Pac-12 Networks Women’s Swimming & Diving Telecast Schedule

Date Matchup     Time (PT)
1/22 ASU at Stanford  (co-ed) 1:00 PM
1/29 Stanford at UCLA 2:00 PM
2/12   USC at UCLA 2:00 PM
2/25 Pac-12 Championships  at Federal Way, WA TBD
2/26   Pac-12 Championships  at Federal Way, WA TBD
2/27   Pac-12 Championships  at Federal Way, WA TBD

 

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