Women’s College World Series 2017: Start times, TV schedule, and live stream, NCAA softball tournament 2017: Women’s College World Series bracket, schedule
The semifinal round of the Women’s College World Series will get underway on Sunday. The first game will see No. 1 Florida take on No. 6 Washington. The second game will pit No. 10 Oklahoma against No. 3 Oregon. Washington took down UCLA in a hard-fought eliminator on Saturday, winning, 1-0. Florida will pose a much tougher test, though, as the top seed.
The first game begins on ESPN at 1 p.m. ET. The following game will end shortly after that one, with ESPN carving out a block starting at 3:30 for the game. The evening games, should they be needed, begin at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. and will be broadcast by ESPN2.
Live streams of all four games will be available online via WatchESPN through web browsers or ESPN apps on various connected smart devices.
The Gators are headed to the Women’s College World Series championship series after they put the clamps on the Huskies in a dominant effort Sunday afternoon at ASA Hall Of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Not only was the Gators’ offense humming thanks to three RBI from first baseman Kayli Kvistad—including a solo shot in the first—but Delanie Gourley dazzled on the mound once again.