Women's Soccer
    Nine USC Soccer Games To Be Televised in 2012
    USC soccer has five home games set to be televised in 2012.
    USC soccer has five home games set to be televised in 2012.

    June 18, 2012

    You'll be able to catch nine USC women's soccer games on TV this season, thanks to the development of Pac-12 Networks, which has scheduled a slate of 58 live televised soccer games for 2012 -- the network's inaugural season. The Women of Troy have five home matches tabbed for TV, and four road tilts set to be broadcast live.

    "It's really exciting to see that our sport and our conference will be on TV for all to see this season," USC head coach Ali Khosroshahin. "It's an opportunity for our athletes to get exposure, so we can really show the strength of our programs and the Pac-12 as a whole."

    As 2007 NCAA Champions, the USC women were the first Pac-12 team ever to win a national championship. Stanford claimed the 2011 title to bring even more prestige to the conference. In all, the Pac-12 field is deep with talent as this 2012 season takes shape and prepares to take a nationally televised stage. Below is a list of USC's games slated for television in 2012:

    Aug. 26		1:00 p.m.		Minnesota at USC         
    Aug. 31		4:00 p.m.		Duke at USC          
    Sept. 21	2:00 p.m.		Washington at USC
    Sept. 28	2:00 p.m.		USC at Arizona State
    Sept. 30	1:30 p.m.		USC at Arizona
    Oct. 5		1:00 p.m.		USC at Oregon State
    Oct. 12		1:00 p.m.		USC at Washington State
    Oct. 19		3:30 p.m.		Utah at USC
    Nov. 2		2:00 p.m.		UCLA at USC

    The Pac-12 Networks launch August 15 and will consist of one national and six regional networks devoted solely to the Pac-12. In addition to the hundreds of live televised Pac-12 sporting events, Pac-12 Networks subscribers will have access to their carrier's TV Everywhere platform, providing access to all Pac-12 Networks programming on any device through their broadband service. Fans can find out if they can get Pac-12 Networks by visiting www.Pac-12.org or by contacting their television provider.

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