USA vs. Canada in Women’s Basketball Gold Medal Game Highlights Monday’s Pan Am Games Action on ESPNU

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USA vs. Canada in Women’s Basketball Gold Medal Game Highlights Monday’s Pan Am Games Action on ESPNU

  • Women’s Basketball Gold Medal Game Tips at 8:45 p.m. ET
  • Women’s Boxing: Team USA’s Marlen Esparza and Claressa Shields Showcased
  • Coverage Available on ESPN3

USA will play Canada in the Pan American Games Women’s Basketball Gold Medal Game tonight (Monday, July 20 at 8:45 p.m. ET) on ESPNU  highlighting three hours (8 p.m. – 11 p.m.) of multisport action from Toronto, Canada, as the 17-day Pan Am Games begin its final week. Tiffany Greene (play-by-play) and Brooke Weisbrod (analyst) will call the women’s basketball finale with Antonietta Collins reporting. Max Bretos will anchor ESPNU’s coverage which will also feature Team USA Women’s Boxers Marlen Esparza and Claressa Shields in action. ESPN3 will also cover both the women’s basketball game and boxing coverage live, in addition to other events tonight and through the remainder of the games.

ESPNU’s special presentation of the Pan American Games on Monday, July 20, is due to an encore presentation of The Open’s final round being televised on ESPN2 (7 p.m.) and the New York Mets at Washington Nationals on ESPN (7 p.m.). The Pan Am Games will resume on ESPN2 Tuesday, July 21, and continue on ESPN2 throughout the week before concluding July 26 on ESPN.

Pan American Games Television Schedule
(July 20 – July 26)

Date Time (ET) Network
Mon, July 20 8 p.m. ESPNU
Tue, July 21 7 p.m. ESPN2
Wed, July 22 7 p.m. ESPN2
Thu, July 23 7 p.m. ESPN2
Fri, July 24 6 p.m. ESPN2
Sat, July 25 4:30 p.m. ESPN2
Sun, July 26 1 p.m. ESPN


ESPN and the 2015 Pan American Games
ESPN and ESPN Deportes have teamed up for an unprecedented Olympic-style production to deliver multiplatform coverage of the 2015 Pan American Games from Toronto, Canada, which began Friday, July 10, and continues through Sunday, July 26.

Available on English and Spanish-language platforms, ESPN’s Pan Am operation includes a state-of-the-art studio area in the host city with a backdrop of the iconic Toronto skyline featuring multiple production areas. The production is led by a team of about 200 onsite, including more than 25 on-air personalities, and supported by an in-studio team reporting from Bristol.

ESPN and ESPN Deportes’ extensive coverage includes daily, up-to-the-minute multimedia content and live broadcasts throughout the 17-day event. Together, the brands will offer more thirteen ways to follow the games. Full details available here.


Derek Volner

I currently lead ESPN’s NFL Communications, including Monday Night Football, NFL Draft and studio programming. Previously, I did the same for ESPN’s vast college football portfolio. I have been with ESPN since 2013.
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