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WO Sports to Air NCAA Women's Basketball


Westwood One Sports will present a slate of women's college basketball broadcasts this month, starting Sunday, March 8 with the Pac-12 Women's Championship game and culminating with the Women's Final Four and National Championship in Tampa on April 7. All games can be heard on radio outlets nationwide.

The action tips off this weekend with live coverage of the Pac-12 Women's Championship from KeyArena in Seattle on Sunday, March 8. Dick Fain has the play-by-play and Krista Blunk is the color analyst.

On Tuesday, March 10, Westwood One broadcasts the Big East Women's Championship, live from Allstate Arena in Chicago. CBS Sports Radio talk-show host Amy Lawrence has the play-by-play, along with former University of Connecticut All-American Swin Cash as the analyst.

The four NCAA Women's Regional Finals will air on back-to-back days, starting Sunday, March 30 with separate games at 11:45am ET and 8:15pm ET. On Monday, March 31, Westwood One will air a doubleheader beginning at 6:30pm ET. The sites for the regional finals are Greensboro and Oklahoma City on Sunday and Albany, NY and Spokane, WA, on Monday.

The Women's Final Four national semifinal games will be broadcast on Sunday, April 5. Westwood One's doubleheader coverage begins at 6pm ET, live from the Amalie Arena in Tampa. The NCAA Women's Championship Game will take place on Tuesday, April 7 beginning at 8pm ET.

The trio of John Sadak (play-by-play), Debbie Antonelli (color analyst), and Krista Blunk (courtside reporter) will broadcast all the action of the 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four. Lance Medow will anchor the pregame, halftime and postgame shows.

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