Set of schedules of women’s basketball games and television networks


COLOMBIA, South Carolina – The South Carolina women’s basketball will play 21 of its 29 games on national television this season, the SEC office announced today. This number includes a minimum of four games on ESPN, up to eight on ESPN2, one on ESPN News, seven on SEC Network, and one ACC Network game. The 13 possible games on major ESPN networks include five non-conference contests and the SEC’s far lead in appearances.

The volume of feature film shows reflects the tough schedule Staley has put in place in addition to the annual SEC gauntlet his team sails on. South Carolina’s non-conference schedule includes ESPN matches against Big Ten Champion Maryland (December 12) in the Women’s Jimmy V Classic and Final Four participant UConn (January 27) and an ESPN2 outing against National Champion Stanford (December 21). ). The season opener at ACC Tournament Champion NC State (November 9) will air on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or ACC Network, and the Gamecocks game against South Dakota (November 12) at The Invitational in Sioux Falls, SD , is set for an ESPN News broadcast.

SEC Network will broadcast the Gamecocks home opener against Clemson (November 17) and fans can watch South Carolina at Duke (December 15) on ACC Network.

In SEC action, ESPN won both games of the South Carolina-Kentucky series (Jan.9, Feb.10). ESPN2 is expected to broadcast South Carolina’s home games against Mississippi State (February 6) and Tennessee (February 20) and a trip to Georgia (February 13). Three South Carolina Championship games will appear on ESPN2 or SEC Network – Ole Miss (January 2), Arkansas (January 16) and Ole Miss (February 27). The network for these games will be announced 7 to 10 days before the denunciation.

Six SEC games from South Carolina will be broadcast on the SEC network, including the SEC opening game for the Gamecocks in Missouri (December 30) and the two games of the South Carolina-Texas A&M series (January 13, February 24) . The home games against Vanderbilt (January 24) and Auburn (February 17) and the road game in Florida (January 30) are also scheduled for SEC Network.

All games on the ESPN networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and SEC Network) are also available through the ESPN app, accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected streaming devices nationwide or via .

Start times for the non-televised Gamecocks home games have also been confirmed, as has the SEC Network + broadcast for at least three of those four games, with only the November 26 Elon game still under review.

Fans interested in purchasing season tickets for the 2021-22 Gamecocks season can find more information at or by calling the South Carolina Track Box Office at 1- 800-4SC-FANS (472-3267).

Continue to check and the team’s social media accounts (@GamecockWBB) for the most recent information on the women’s basketball season.

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