FSN Florida Announces 2004-2005 Women’s College Hoops Schedule

36-Game Schedule Features Big 12 & Pac-10 Conference Match Ups
Plus Exclusive Tournament Coverage

(SUNRISE, FL) – Women’s college basketball returns to FSN Florida with a comprehensive 36-game schedule of match ups throughout the 2004 – 2005 season. FSN’s lineup features action from a national schedule loaded with high-profile competition from the Big 12 and Pac-10 conferences (complete schedule follows). The women’s college basketball season tips-off on Sunday, November 28 at 3:00 pm when the Texas Tech Lady Raiders, ranked 9th in the USA Today preseason coaches’ poll, go to Stanford to take on the 7th ranked and three-time defending conference champion Cardinal team.

The 3rd ranked Texas Longhorns, guided by basketball Hall of Famer and six-time National Coach of the Year Jody Conradt, attempt a fourth consecutive NCAA Final 16 showing and are featured three times. The 8th ranked Baylor Lady Bears, led by Sophia Young who was one of only five players named pre-season All-Big 12, anticipate a strong season and make two showings on FSN Florida’s schedule.

As a prelude to the Women’s March Madness, FSN Florida’s extensive tournament coverage includes the Big 12 Quarterfinals, the Pac-10 Semi-finals, and both the Pac 10 and Big 12 championship games.

FSN Florida’s 2004-2005 NCAA Women’s Hoops Schedule

Sunday, November 28 3:00pm Pac-10: Texas Tech at Stanford
Saturday, December 5 3:00pm Pac-10: Purdue at UCLA
Saturday, December 18 5:00pm Big 12: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State
7:00pm Big 12: Louisiana Tech vs. Oklahoma at Oregon
9:30pm Pac-10: Ohio State at Oregon
Saturday, January 8 1:00pm Big 12: Texas at Baylor
5:00pm Big 12: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State
Sunday, January 9 4:30pm Pac-10: Stanford at Arizona
Saturday, January 15 2:00pm Big12: Missouri at Iowa State
6:00pm Pac-10: Washington at Oregon State
Sunday, January 16 3:00pm Pac-10: Arizona State at USC
Saturday, January 22 2:00pm Big 12: Baylor at Texas
4:00pm Big 12: Kansas State at Texas Tech
6:00pm Pac-10: UCLA at California
Saturday, January 29 12:00pm Big12: Texas at Missouri
2:00pm Big12: Kansas State at Colorado
6:00pm Pac-10: Maryland at Arizona
Sunday, January 30 3:00pm Big 12: Texas Tech at Texas A&M
Saturday, February 5 1:00pm Big 12: Colorado at Texas A&M
3:00pm Pac-10: Arizona at Stanford
Sunday, February 6 4:00pm Big 12: Oklahoma at Nebraska
Saturday, February 12 2:00pm Big 12: Oklahoma State at Baylor
4:00pm Pac-10: Wildcard: Teams TBD
6:00pm Pac-10: Wildcard: Teams TBD
Saturday, February 19 5:00pm Big 12: Missouri at Oklahoma
Sunday, February 20 2:00pm Pac-10: Stanford at UCLA
Saturday, February 26 6:00pm Big 12: Kansas at Kansas State
Thursday, March 3 8:30pm Big 12: Texas Tech at Baylor
Sunday, March 6 3:30pm Pac-10 Tournament: Semi #1:Teams TBD
6:00pm Pac-10 Tournament: Semi #2: Teams TBD
Monday, March 7 10:30pm PAC-10 Tournament: Championship: Teams TBD
Wednesday, March 9 1:00pm Big 12 Tournament: Quarter #1: Teams TBD
3:30pm Big 12 Tournament: Quarter #2: Teams TBD
7:00pm Big 12 Tournament: Quarter #3: Teams TBD
9:30pm Big 12 Tournament: Quarter #4:Teams TBD
Saturday, March 12 7:00pm Big 12 Tournament: Championship: Teams TBD

All Times Listed are Eastern.
Schedule is Subject to Change.

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Press Contacts

  • Diana Hanford
    FSN Florida, Communications Manager