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2014 College Championships ESPN Broadcast Schedule

Posted: April 23, 2014 03:37 PM
 

Boulder, Colo. (April 23, 2014) – USA Ultimate, the national governing body for the sport of ultimate in the United States, announced today the ESPN3 and ESPNU broadcast schedules for the 2014 College Championships. Forty teams will converge in Warren County, Ohio, to compete for national titles in the men’s and women’s divisions May 23-26.

More than 700 teams from colleges and universities across North America competed in USA Ultimate’s regular season, vying for one of 20 bids available in their division to reach the College Championships. For the second consecutive year, the college division’s biggest games will be broadcast nationwide on ESPN’s family of networks.

Semifinal and final rounds will be carried live on ESPN3 from Mason, Ohio, followed by tape-delayed programming on ESPNU on Wednesday, May 28.

All Times Eastern

Sunday, May 25

12:00pm – Women’s Semifinal: ESPN3
2:30pm – Women’s Semifinal: ESPN3
5:30pm – Men’s Semifinal: ESPN3
8:00pm – Men’s Semifinal: ESPN3

Monday, May 26

12:00pm – Women’s Championship Game: ESPN3
2:30pm – Men’s Championship Game: ESPN3

Wednesday, May 28

8:00pm – USA Ultimate College Championships Semifinals Highlights Show: ESPNU
9:00pm – Men’s Championship Game: ESPNU
10:00pm – Women’s Championship Game: ESPNU

ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sport network, accessible online at WatchESPN.com and through the WatchESPN app. The network is available in more than 85 million households across the United States. For more information on ESPN3 and to view a list of affiliated internet and cable providers, visit espn.com/watchespn.

For the latest information on USA Ultimate’s College Championships, stay tuned to usaultimate.org/college.


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