FULLERTON, Calif. – ESPN announced that it will broadcast a minimum of 10 Big West Conference women's basketball games during the 2017-18 season as well as six "wildcard" matchups, which will be determined until 2-3 weeks in advance of the game date.
Cal State Fullerton women's basketball will potentially be covered by ESPN3 three times. The first of which is the first Big West game ESPN3 will cover when the 49ers of Long Beach come to Titan Gym to face off against the Titans at 7:00 p.m. The second game is on the road, as ESPN3 will cover the Titans when they take on the Anteaters of UC Irvine at 7:00 p.m.
The other potential game covered by ESPN3 is under the "wildcard" format and will be decided on 2-3 weeks in advance. The game is Saturday, February 10 when the Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara come to Titan Gym to take on the Titans.
ESPN3 will also cover the women's basketball Big West Tournament this year. The first two rounds of the tournament will take place Tuesday, March 6 and Wednesday, March 7 at Titan Gym with the semi-finals and finals will take place at the Honda Center on Friday and Saturday of that week.
Head coach Jeff Harada and the team host Concordia in an exhibition matchup on Friday, Nov. 3 before opening up the regular season at Santa Clara on Nov. 11.
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