Sept. 25, 2013
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou Women's Basketball will play four games featured on national and regional television as announced today (Sept. 25) by the Southeastern Conference office. In the League's agreement with ESPN, a total of 58 regular season games will be televised live. Missouri's contests against Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Auburn have been selected by the conference to air this season.
Missouri will appear on a national stage at Kentucky on Jan. 12 as the Tigers take on the Wildcats at 4 p.m. CT on ESPNU. Last season Kentucky traveled to Mizzou Arena for a contest that also aired on the network.
The Tigers will play two games televised by SportsSouth, at Mississippi State on Jan. 26 and at Auburn on Feb. 16. Games televised by SportsSouth may also be available on FS Southwest, FS Midwest and Sun Sports, depending on regional programming.
Missouri will have its game against Tennessee, on Feb. 23, featured on the new SEC TV, which will air eight conference games in total as a part of ESPN Regional Television (ERT). Last season the Tigers topped the then-No. 10 Lady Vols 80-63 in Mizzou Arena to earn their first top-10 win since 2010.
Fox Sports Net will televise all SEC tournament games played Wednesday, Mar. 5 - Friday, Mar. 7. The semifinals will be aired on ESPNU for the fifth consecutive year, while the championship game will move to ESPN from ESPN2.
Throughout the league, 18 games that involve an SEC team will be distributed nationally with ESPN or ESPN2 televising ten contests and ESPNU televising eight.
Regionally-syndicated games will be shown on SEC TV as part of ERT. SEC TV will televise eight conference games while SportsSouth and Comcast Sports Southeast will show 16 games each. The majority of games not televised nationally will be available as a part of ESPN Full Court, the pay subscription college basketball out-of-market service, and on ESPN3. All programming on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU will be available on computers at WatchESPN.com and on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.
Keep checking MUTigers.com for more information on your Mizzou Women's Basketball program. Fans can also follow the Tigers on Facebook (facebook.com/MizzouWBB) and Twitter (@MizzouWBB).