NCAA basketball conference championship season is here, with plenty of action promising to unfold over the next week.
Iowa locked up a share of the regular-season Big Ten title with Ohio State on Sunday after taking down Michigan at home while NC State won the regular-season ACC crown and will enter the tournament as the No. 1 seed.
Spending the entire season as the No. 1 team in the country, South Carolina easily took the SEC regular-season crown while Stanford took home the Pac-12 title and a majority of the awards that went with it. UConn extended its streak of Big East championships while Baylor has clinched at least a share of the Big 12 title.
With regular-season crowns nearly decided, teams now set their sights on tournament titles. Still to play some regular season games, the Big 12 tournament doesn’t kick off until next week. In the meantime, Just Women’s Sports has the seedings, schedules and television info for each of the major conference tournaments that begin on Wednesday.
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Preliminary games will air across SEC Networks, semifinals will take place on ESPNU while the championship game will air on ESPN 2.
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Preliminary games will air on the ACC’s Regional Sports Network with each game available on the Bally Sports App but subject to blackout, semifinal games will be aired on ACC Network while the championship game will air on ESPN.
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Preliminary and semifinal games will air across Big Ten Networks with the championship game airing on ESPN2.
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Preliminary and semifinal games will air across Pac-12 Networks with the championship game airing on ESPN2.
The first three preliminary games will air on BIG EAST digital network and FloSports. Other preliminary games will air on FS1 and FS2. Semifinal and championship games will air on FS1.
Monday, March 7: