Ways to watch NCAA women’s basketball this season

Photo courtesy of Michigan Athletics.
Photo courtesy of Michigan Athletics.

Though it takes more creativity to find NCAA Division I women’s basketball games to watch, many games can be seen through a variety of sources

Several match ups are broadcast throughout the season on ESPN and ESPN2. Many more are available via WatchESPN. Whether on a desktop, lap top or cell phone, it is required to log in with a TV provider. A new feature, ESPN+, is another viewing option.

Several conferences stream all games through their own network, once league play begins. Those include the Pac-12 Network, the SEC Network and the Big Ten Network. A cable provider log-in is required to watch.

Many teams – especially mid-major schools – stream games through the team website for free. If a game link isn’t on the team’s front page, it can be found on the schedule page, where there is a “watch live” link. Many schools also post game stream links on Twitter and other social media feeds.

For the most up-to-date daily scores, go to the NCAA’s Division I women’s basketball page.