Women's Soccer
    Soccer Makes USC's Pac-12 Networks Debut

    Tune in to Pac-12 Network for a nationally televised Trojan soccer game Sunday.

    Aug. 23, 2012

    In 2007, USC women's soccer became the first-ever Pac-12 team to win an NCAA Championship. This weekend, the Trojans are back on a national stage as they become the first USC team to be broadcast live on the brand-new Pac-12 Networks.

    With head coach Ali Khosroshahin at the helm and a host of newcomers to the talent pool, the Women of Troy opened their 2012 with a road win. Now, they set up at home for action at McAlister Field. In USC's Pac-12 Networks debut, the Women of Troy will face Minnesota in a 1 p.m. clash on Sunday (Aug. 26). If you can't get to McAlister for the showdown, you can watch live anywhere in the country on Pac-12 Network.

    "This is the beginning of a new era for Olympic sports coverage in our conference, and it's an honor and a privilege to be the first Trojan team to play on the network," Khosroshahin said. "We're excited for the opportunity."

    The Trojans' televised showdown is one of 58 women's soccer matches broadcast by Pac-12 Networks this season. The Pac-12 Networks launched August 15 and consist of one national and six regional networks de-voted 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. Visit pac-12.com for more information.