How To Watch 2021 Pac-12 Swimming & Diving Championships Via Pac-12 Network


Women’s swimming and men’s and women’s diving at the 2021 Pac-12 Championships will be broadcast on the Pac-12 network and the Pac-12 now app, the conference announced this week.

The conference announcement only lists finals sessions of the women’s meet, with no word on whether prelims will be live-streamed. Info for the men’s meet is not yet available. Both the men’s and women’s swimming portions will take place in Houston, Texas because of the coronavirus pandemic and related restrictions in the state of California.

You can see a brief synopsis of how to watch here. Below is a look at how to watch each finals session of swimming and diving.

Women’s Swimming

Wednesday, February 24

Finals: 4 PM (Pacific Time):

Thursday, February 25

Finals: 4 PM (Pacific Time):

Friday, February 26

Finals: 4:30 PM (Pacific Time):

Saturday, February 27

Finals: 4:30 PM (Pacific Time): Pac-12 Now app

Men’s & Women’s Diving

Wednesday, February 24

Finals: 12:30 PM (Pacific Time):

Thursday, February 25

Finals: 9:50 AM & 2:10 PM (Pacific Time):

Friday, February 26

Finals: 9:50 AM (Pacific Time):

Saturday, February 27

Finals: 11:50 AM (Pacific Time):

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1 year ago

From Meet Mobile:
1) Cal 6:55.99
2) Stanford 6:58.60
3) UofA 7:05.32
4) UCLA 7:07.32
5) USC 7:09.97
6) Utah 7:19.77
*of note: Ivey 1:43.11 leadoff for Cal B relay

1 year ago

Aren’t those times Central time because they are in Texas?

Reply to  Bevo
1 year ago

No, the Pac-12 still listed the times in Pacific time, because the Pac-12 is in California (as are most of their more ardent television watchers, I would presume).

West Coast Swammer
1 year ago

FWIW, did livecast prelims of diving this morning, starting at 10:30 Pacific time. I’m super grateful the Pac-12 women have this chance to compete and some coverage is being offered, but it’s a real kick in the pants if swimming prelims aren’t livecasted. All I can say is goodbye Larry Scott!

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