WNIT Championship Game to be Televised Nationally

March 30, 2007

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

Saturday's championship game in the Postseason WNIT will be televised by various networks throughout the nation. The game, which starts at 1 p.m., Mountain Time, and is sold out at the University of Wyoming, will be available to more than 80 million households live across the country.

Tickets sold out within 12 hours of the semifinal conclusion for the 15,000-seat Arena-Auditorium.

Wyoming (26-9) survived three overtimes to beat Kansas State 89-79 in front of a school-record 12,225 fans. Wyoming's 26 victories are a school best.

Wisconsin (23-12) also set a program record for victories in a season, as the Badgers held off Western Kentucky 79-72 to improve their all-time Postseason WNIT record to 13-1.

Here is a current list of networks that will carry the game:

Fox College Sports (available nationwide)
Fox New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont)
Fox Rocky Mountain (Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, parts of Idaho, Kansas and Nebraska)
FSN South/SportSouth (Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee)
Comcast Sports West (Areas of California, Nevada)
Comcast Michigan (Michigan, parts of Indiana)
MediaCom
Metro Sports (Kansas City area)
Time Warner Cable (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
WKYU (Bowling Green, Kentucky)
WISC-TV (Madison, Wisconsin)
Fox Sports Net Arizona (tape delay)
Fox Sports North (Wisconsin; tape delay)
Wisconsin Public TV (tape delay)