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4. TELEVISION: Conference championship viewing guide
October 30th, 2006 9PM

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The men's and women's regular seasons finish this weekend, and 15 Division I conference championships -- six men's and nine women's -- will televised.

The NCAA Division I men's and women's tournament fields will be announced on Monday, Nov. 6. The women's selections will be announced on ESPNEWS's 3-4 p.m. ET news slot. The men's selections will be announced on ESPNEWS's 4-5 p.m. ET news slot.

MEN
(All times are Eastern.)

ACC
Sunday Final, Fox College Sports Atlantic, FSN South, NESN, live, 1 pm
Friday 11/10 Final, Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 8 pm

BIG EAST
Friday
Semifinals 1, CSTV, live, 3 pm
Friday
Semifinals 2, CSTV, live, 5:30 pm
Sunday Final, FSN New York, Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, live, 12

BIG TEN
Sunday Final, CSTV, live, 12 pm

CONFERENCE USA
Sunday
Final, CSTV, live, 2 pm

MAAC
Sunday
Final, ESPNU, live, 11 am

MISSOURI VALLEY
Sunday Final, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Fox College Sports Central, Kansas City Metro Sports, live, 2 pm
Saturday 11/12 Final, Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 5 pm

WOMEN
(All times are Eastern.)

ACC
Sunday Final, Fox College Sports Atlantic, FSN South, NESN, live, 3:30 pm
Wednesday 11/8 Final, Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 8 pm

ATLANTIC-10
Sunday
Final, CSTV, delay, 6 pm

BIG EAST
Friday Semifinals 1, ESPNU, live, 4:30 pm
Friday Semifinals 2, ESPNU, delay, 11 pm
Sunday Final, FSN New York, Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, live, 2 pm
Sunday Final, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, delay, 5:30 pm
Sunday Final, ESPNU, delay, 10:30 pm

BIG TEN
Monday Final, CSTV, delay, 2 pm

CONFERENCE USA
Sunday
Final, CSTV, live, 4 pm

MAAC
Sunday Final, ESPNU, live, 1:30 pm

MISSOURI VALLEY
Sunday Final, ESPNU, live, 4 pm

MOUNTAIN WEST
Thursday Semifinals, MountainWest Sports Network, live, 6:30 pm
Saturday
Final, CSTV, delay, 11 pm

SEC
Sunday Final, Fox College Sports Pacific, live, 3:30 pm
Saturday 11/11 Final, Fox Soccer Channel, delay, 8 pm


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