How to watch NCAA volleyball Final Four: Louisville vs Pittsburgh?

Pitt vs Louisville-Women's Volleyball Championship

OMAHA, Neb. – No. 2 seeded Pittsburgh will take on No. 1 seeded Louisville in the 2022 NCAA National Championship Semifinals on Thursday night with the live television broadcast on ESPN. The first tip for this game is at approximately 9:30 ET inside the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Neb.

Pittsburgh secured a surprised 3-2 win over No. 1-seeded Wisconsin in Saturday night’s Madison Regional final in Wisconsin. The result at the time was deemed as a shocking upset on the night and we could see another surprise on Thursday night. Read More: Texas vs San Diego: a must-watch women’s college volleyball showdown

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The Panthers (31-3, 17-1 ACC) will be playing for their first appearance in the NCAA National Championship match in this, their second consecutive Final Four appearance.

This is Pitt’s 18th NCAA Tournament Appearance. The Panthers are 18-17 all-time in NCAA Tournament matches and own a 15-6 record under head coach Dan Fisher. Thursday’s Final Four game is also the second straight appearance in an NCAA Tournament National Semifinal for Pittsburgh.

Pitt is 11-2 in the NCAA Tournament over the last three years, tied with Texas for the second most wins in Division I, behind Wisconsin (12-2).

The winner of the game between Pittsburgh versus Louisville will take on the winner of the first semifinal between the No. 1 seeded Texas and the No. 2 seeded San Diego, also at the CHI Health Center on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. ET. The semifinal winners will play for the 2022 NCAA National Championship on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m.

The Cardinals  (31-3, 17-1 ACC) secured their place in Omaha after sweeping No. 4 Baylor in the Sweet 16, before defeating No. 3 Oregon in a five-set thriller in the Elite Eight. They will make their second straight NCAA National Semifinals.

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