How to watch Texas vs Louisville 2022 NCAA Volleyball Championship?

Watch Texas vs Louisville 2022 NCAA Volleyball Championship

OMAHA, Neb. — No. 1 seeds Texas and Louisville will battle in the 2022 NCAA volleyball national championship match on Saturday, December 17, and you can watch all the live broadcast and streaming coverage on the ESPN2 and ESPN+ schedules. Game time is set for 8:00 pm ET.

Where and How To Watch Live Today
No. 1 Texas Volleyball vs. No. 4 Louisville
Texas: 27-1 (15-1) | Louisville: 31-2 (17-1)
Saturday, Dec. 17 – 8:00 p.m. ET
Chi Health Center | Omaha, Nebraska

ESPN2 and ESPN+ and the ESPN APP

Both teams head into this encounter in a confident mood after a pair of impressive performances in their respective Final Four semifinal games on Thursday night. Texas rallied from a set down to get past San Diego 3-1 in the first semis before Louisville battled out an exciting 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers in the night’s second semifinal.

With the last two teams left standing, on Saturday night they will battle for not only the national championship, but for the bragging rights until the new season begins next August. Read more: 2022 NCAA Volleyball Final Four scores; Wins for Texas and Louisville

The Longhorns, the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament, are set to make their ninth appearance in the NCAA championship match and sixth in the last 14 years. In the meantime, Louisville is making its first National Championship in school history and will be hoping for a positive result at the end of the game at the CHI Health Center Arena.

Texas vs Louisville College Volleyball Head-to-Head Record

Ahead of today’s battle, Texas owns a 3-1 record all-time versus Louisville, with the Cardinals winning the last meeting in the 2019 NCAA Regional Semifinal. Prior to the 2019 clash, the Longhorns last played Louisville in 2012 and won in five sets before going on to win the National Championship in Louisville, Ky.

Both Texas and Louisville have super talents entering this contest with most of the attention for the Longhorns expected to be on Logan Eggleston, who was recently named AVCA National Player of the Year. Madisen Skinner, Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres, Asjia O’Neal and Molly Phillips are also featured players for the Longhorns.

Meanwhile, for the Cardinals, the likes of Claire Chaussee, an AVCA First-Team All-American, Anna DeBeer, Elena Scott, Phekran Kong and Amaya Tillman are expected to lead the way on both the offensive and defensive side.

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