Women’s College World Series 2022: Complete television program, times, channels for the NCAA Softball Tournament

The college softball season peaked; The Women’s College World Series 2022 is finally behind us.

This year’s finals in Oklahoma City offer a diverse field of candidates for national championships. There are permanent powers no. 1 Oklahoma and no. 5 UCLA, winners of each of the last two national titles. There are also Texas, Oregon State and Arizona, three deployed teams that have experienced an impressive uproar to the brink of college softball fame.

The defending champion Sooners is the team to be defeated, which has entered the Women’s College World Series with only two losses this season. However, one of these losses came in the hands of No. 7 Oklahoma State at the Big 12.

In the field are number 9 Northwestern and number 14 Florida, two parties that have proven to be more than capable of putting runes on the board.

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It should be a fascinating watch full of action and intrigue. Here is a complete guide to watching the Women’s College World Series 2022:

How to watch the Women’s College World Series 2022

  • The date: June 2 – 10
  • the place: American Softball Hall of Fame Stadium, Oklahoma City
  • TV channels: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC
  • Live stream: ESPN + | fuboTV

The Women’s College World Series 2022 will be broadcast through the ESPN Channel Network. The games will alternate between ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, as well as ABC on June 4 and June 5.

The championship finals will be broadcast by ESPN and ESPN2.

College softball fans can also stream the event on ESPN + a fuboTV.

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Women’s College World Series Program 2022

All Women’s College World Series matches will be held at the American Softball Hall of Fame Stadium. The Women’s College World Series begins on June 2 and runs through June 9 or 10.

(All times east.)

Thursday, June 2

  • Game 1: Texas 7no. 5 UCLA 2
  • Game 2: no. 1 Oklahoma 13no. 9 Northwest 2, five changes
  • Game 3: no. 14 Florida 7 vs. Oregon State 1
  • Game 4: no. 7 Oklahoma State 4 vs. Arizona 2

Friday, June 3

  • Game 5: no. 5 UCLA vs. no. 9 Northwestern, 19:00 (ESPN2)
  • Game 6: Oregon State vs. Arizona 9:30 PM (ESPN2)

Saturday, June 4

  • Game 7: Texas vs. Oklahoma, 15:00 (ABC)
  • Game 8: 3rd game winner vs. 4th game winner, 19:00 (ESPN)

Sunday, June 5

  • Game 9: 5th game winner vs. defeated 8th game, 15:00 (ABC)
  • Game 10: 6th game winner vs. defeated 7th game, 19:00 (ESPN2)

Monday, June 6

  • Game 11: 7th game winner vs. 9th game winner, noon (ESPN)
  • Game 12: 7th game winner vs. 9th game winner, if necessary, 2.30pm (ESPN)
  • Game 13: Winner of the 8th game vs. 10th game winner, 19:00 (ESPN)
  • Game 14: Winner of the 8th game vs. 10th game winner, if necessary, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Championship final (best of three)

  • Game 1: Wednesday, 8 June, 20:30 (ESPN)
  • Game 2: Thursday 9 June, 19:30 (ESPN2)
  • Game 3: Friday 10 June if necessary 20:30 (ESPN)

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