I just saw a tweet with a link to an article on GoCards.com.
The article lists the various games that will be broadcast. There are a few games on ESPN2 and ESPN3. So, if you can’t make all the games during the season (like me), there will be some opportunities to watch at home! Go Cards!!
Here’s a copy of the article:
The University of Louisville women’s basketball program is gaining additional coverage for the 2014-15 season. The Cardinals are slated to have 22 of their games available either on television or online.
On Wednesday, it was announced that five of Louisville’s home games were selected to be broadcast on ESPN3. Games also are available on the UofL Sports Radio Network produced by Learfield Sports, including locally on WKRD (790 AM) in Louisville.
Since the 2010-11 season, Louisville has appeared on ESPN’s family of networks 45 times, including 21 last year.
The Cardinals’ contest against in-state foe Western Kentucky on Nov. 25 is the first to be produced on ESPN3 followed by the Dec. 4 matchup against Iowa, which serves as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Louisville’s next game, a Dec. 7 tilt against Kentucky in the Battle of the Bluegrass, also will be featured on ESPN3. It marks the 50th meeting between the two programs since women’s basketball became a varsity sport at Louisville in 1975.
The other two additional games available on ESPN’s digital platform come during league play. Entering their first season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Cardinals’ league opener against Georgia Tech on Jan. 2 as well as the Jan. 14 game against NC State both will air on ESPN3.
Prior to the announcement, seven of Louisville’s regular-season contests were tabbed for television in addition to an ESPN3 broadcast at Florida State on Jan. 22.
The Cardinals are scheduled to make two appearances on ESPN2’s Big Monday, first at Duke on Feb. 2 and then at Notre Dame on Feb. 23 in a Play 4Kay contest. Contests against Virginia (Jan. 18), Miami (Fla.) (Jan. 25), and Virginia (March 1) are slated for RSN/FOX, and the home game against North Carolina on Feb. 15 will be broadcast on ESPN2. Louisville’s road trip to Cal on Dec. 21 was picked up to be televised on the Pac-12 Network.
Louisville’s nine home games not selected for television coverage will be available to CardsTV subscribers through GoCards.com.
Louisville, ranked 12th in the Associated Press preseason poll, opens the 2014-15 campaign on the road at IUPUI on Nov. 14 before five-consecutive games at the KFC Yum! Center, beginning with UT Martin on Nov. 16.