ESPN‘s long-standing commitment to NCAA Championships continues in 2022 with a full slate of winter and spring NCAA competitions through April. In total, more than 200 hours of trophy-lifting action will be featured across ESPN networks.
The NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships are first in the blocks for ESPN networks in March, as the competition begins from Birmingham, Ala. at 11 AM ET on Friday, March 11. Live coverage is set for ESPN3 and the ESPN App throughout the weekend, with a recap show on ESPNU on Sunday, March 13, at 9:30 PM. SportsCenter anchor John Anderson, Olympic bronze medalist Dwight Stones, Olympic decathlon champion Dan O’Brien and veteran commentator Jill Montgomery will have the call from the CrossPlex.
The NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships are slated for back-to-back weeks at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta—March 16 to 19 (women) and March 23 to 26 (men). All live action is available on ESPN3 and the ESPN App, with recap shows of the women’s and men’s championships set for ESPNU. Play-by-play commentator Bill Spaulding will be joined by three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines and Olympic bronze medalist Cynthia Potter for both meets, with three-time Olympian Elizabeth Beisel providing additional analysis for the women’s championship.
ESPN is the home of 29 NCAA Championships. Comprehensive coverage of women’s and men’s ice hockey, women’s basketball, wrestling, and women’s gymnastics will be highlighted across ESPN networks, with details announced in the coming weeks.