Women’s College Basketball: ESPN3 Closes out Regular-Season Schedule

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Women’s College Basketball: ESPN3 Closes out Regular-Season Schedule

ESPN3 will air no fewer than 29 games Wednesday, March 2, through Sunday, March 6, to close out the 2015-16 women’s basketball regular season.

In addition, ESPN networks will air a record number of women’s Championship Week presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods games. Full schedule

Weekly Women’s College Basketball Regular-Season Schedule (subject to change)

Date Time (ET) Games / Commentators Network
Wed, Mar 2 7 p.m. Northern Illinois at Ball State ESPN3
  Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan ESPN3
  Central Michigan at Toledo ESPN3
Thu, Mar 3 5 p.m. Arkansas-Little Rock at Appalachian State ESPN3
  7 p.m. Green Bay at Detroit ESPN3
  Milwaukee at Oakland ESPN3
  Northern Iowa at Southern Illinois ESPN3
  Cleveland State at Wright State ESPN3
  Youngstown State at Northern Kentucky ESPN3
  8 p.m. Drake at Evansville ESPN3
  Indiana State at Missouri State ESPN3
  Illinois State at Wichita State ESPN3
Fri, Mar 4 6 p.m. Harvard at Princeton ESPN3
Sat, Mar 5 1 p.m. Georgia State at Louisiana-Monroe

Drew Fellios, Karen Hall, Kati Morse

  Milwaukee at Detroit ESPN3
  Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan ESPN3
  Arkansas State at Appalachian State ESPN3
  2 p.m. Western Michigan at Northern Illinois ESPN3
  Kent State at Buffalo ESPN3
  Ohio at Miami (Ohio) ESPN3
  Northern Iowa at Evansville ESPN3
  3 p.m. Green Bay at Oakland ESPN3
  Drake at Southern Illinois ESPN3
  Illinois State at Missouri State ESPN3
  Indiana State at Wright State ESPN3
  4 p.m. Bradley at Loyola-Chicago ESPN3
  Valparaiso at UIC ESPN3
  7 p.m. Cleveland State at Northern Kentucky ESPN3
Sun, Mar 6 1 p.m. Youngstown State at Wright State ESPN3




Rachel Margolis Siegal

As part of the College Sports PR team at ESPN, it has been an exciting adventure for me since I joined the worldwide leader in July 2010, working on college football, college basketball, college lacrosse and WNBA properties. I began my love of sports as the manager of several high school sports teams and continued that hobby into college. While at Quinnipiac, I worked in the Sports Information Department, which led me to a summer internship at the New Haven Ravens, a AA baseball team, and an eventual job with the Athletic Communications Department at the University of Connecticut. After my five-year stint at Connecticut, I spent six years as Director of Communications at the BIG EAST Conference in Providence, R.I. before joining ESPN.
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