AUSTIN, Texas (Sporting Alert) —— Getting ready for the No. 1 Texas vs No. 3 Ohio State NCAA Volleyball Tournament – Austin Regional final game? Here’s how to watch on TV today. Viewers in the USA can watch the live broadcast on ESPNU, while for those who are on the go or cord cutters, WatchESPN will also have the coverage online and you can watch with a valid ESPN subscription.
TV channels: Watch Texas vs Ohio State in the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship
No. 1 Texas vs. No. 10 Ohio State
Texas: 25-1 (15-1) | Ohio State: 22-9 (15-5)
Saturday, December 10, 2022 @ 6:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPNU | Stats / ESPN APP and WatchESPN
Gregory Gymnasium | Austin, Texas
Texas enters this weekend’s game as the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and is expected to defeat Ohio State and advance to semifinals. The Buckeyes, however, are not prepared to just roll over and allow the Longhorns to march on and they are in Austin to show that they are ready to spring a surprise this weekend.
The third-seeded Ohio State defeated No. 2 seed Minnesota 3-1 in its NCAA Sweet 16 game during the 2022 Austin Regional, while Texas picked up a similar result over the No. 4 seed Marquette in the other semis in this region. Also Read More: What Channel are the 2022 NCAA Volleyball Regionals On?
Tune in to watch the nail-biting NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship matchup between Texas and Ohio State
This weekend, the Texas and Ohio State volleyball teams will meet for the 12th time overall and for the third time this season. The Longhorns won the previous two meetings this season against the then No. 7 ranked Buckeyes –winning 3-0 and 3-1 on back-to-back nights at the Covelli Center in Columbus, Ohio in August.
Texas owns a 10-1 advantage in the head-to-head series against Ohio State after the pair of victories over the Buckeyes the early season. This will be the first postseason meeting between the two teams.
After knocking off Minnesota in four sets in the NCAA Austin regional semifinals on Thursday, Ohio State is looking forward to extending its season. The Big Ten outfit is advancing to the program’s first regional final since 2004 and Buckeyes can’t wait for the next fixture.
“We’re excited about being in this position and having the opportunity to have another match,” said Ohio State coach Jen Flynn Oldenburg. “It still hasn’t hit me yet. We won and it’s exciting but it hasn’t fully hit yet.”