With the Pac-12 Conference season in the heart of conference play, four top-10 ranked teams will have television coverage from Thursday to Monday.
No. 1 Oregon at Oregon State (April 13-14 on Pac-12 Networks)
The Civil War comes to Pac-12 Networks as the Ducks look to defend their first ever No. 1 ranking. The Ducks took two of three from UCLA at home last weekend and travel to Corvallis for a Saturday-Monday series. Sunday’s game time is set for 2 p.m. PT and Monday’s game will be at 3 p.m. PT. Ann Schatz and Amanda Freed will provide coverage for the Pac-12 Networks.
Utah at No. 7 Arizona State (April 10-11 on Pac-12 Networks)
Arizona State is coming off a monster week in which it swept Cal in Berkeley. The visiting Utah Utes have won four of its past five games including a series win over Oregon State who took the series from Arizona State earlier this year. Thursday night’s broadcast will be at 7 p.m. PT and Friday’s game will be at 5 p.m. PT with Jim Watson and Amanda Freed on the call. Saturday’s 12 p.m. PT game will be provided via live internet feed.
No. 9 Arizona at California (April 11 & 13 on Pac-12 Networks)
The Bears will host another Arizona this weekend when the ninth-ranked Wildcats come to town. Fresh off the sweep of Stanford in Tucson, Arizona also brings USA Softball and NFCA Player of the Week Katiyana Mauga to Levine-Fricke Field. The Bears are in the midst of a five-game losing streak but had won the 10 games prior. Friday’s game will air at 3 p.m. PT with Sunday’s game at 12 p.m. PT with Krista Blunk and Tammy Blackburn covering.
No. 10 Washington at Stanford (April 10 & 12 on ESPN U)
The 10th-ranked Huskies are back in action this weekend after its bye week and an 11-0 victory over Seattle University. Washington will travel to take on Stanford who was swept in Tucson and fell out of the national rankings. Beth Mowins and Jessica Mendoza will be at Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium in Stanford for Thursday night’s 8 p.m. PT game and Saturday night’s 7 p.m. PT nightcap.