OKLAHOMA CITY -- After lightning and rain postponed Arizona's matchup with fourth-ranked Texas on Saturday, the NCAA has come out with an updated schedule for the remainder of the Women's College World Series. Arizona will take on Texas Sunday at noon (CDT). The game will be televised live on ESPN HD.
Should Arizona win, the Wildcats would face two-time defending champion UCLA on Sunday at 5 p.m. (CDT). The game against the Bruins can be found on ESPN2 HD. If Arizona defeated UCLA in Sunday's matchup, the two Pac-10 powerhouses would play again on Monday, June 6, at noon (CDT), with an opportunity to advance to the championship series on the line. It has not yet been decided which station, ESPN or ESPN2, will cover the contest, but the game will be televised.
If Arizona won Monday's game against UCLA, the Wildcats would take on the winner of the other half of the bracket (Michigan, DePaul, Tennessee, or Alabama) in the championship series, beginning with game one at 6:30 p.m. (CDT) on Monday, June 6. All championship series games can be found on ESPN HD.
For a complete listing of Arizona's possible games, see the table below. All times Central Daylight Time. For Mountain Standard or Pacific Daylight Time, simply subtract two hours.
|Sunday, June 5||Texas||noon||ESPN HD|
|Sunday, June 5||UCLA||5 p.m.||ESPN2 HD|
|Monday, June 6||UCLA||noon||ESPN HD or ESPN2 HD|
|Monday, June 6||TBD||6:30 p.m.||ESPN HD|
|Tuesday, June 7||TBD||6:30 p.m.||ESPN HD|
|Wednesday, June 8||TBD||6:30 p.m.||ESPN HD|