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2024 NCAA Women’s Bball Championship: Westwood One Audio

Cumulus Media’s Westwood One (NASDAQ: CMLS), the largest audio network in the U.S. and the official network audio broadcast partner of the NCAA, will present exclusive live coverage of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship beginning on Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30 with the Sweet Sixteen®.

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Coverage will continue Sunday and Monday with the Elite Eight® and culminate with the Women’s Final Four® on Friday, April 5, and the Women’s National Championship Game on Sunday, April 7, from Cleveland. 

Westwood One’s broadcast crew for the Women’s Final Four and National Championship will consist of Ryan Radtke as play-by-play announcer, Debbie Antonelli as analyst, and Ros Gold-Onwude as courtside reporter.

This will be Antonelli’s 21st time as lead analyst and 28th season overall with the network while Gold-Onwude makes her Westwood debut. Lance Medow will serve as studio host. 

Fans can access all the action on AM/FM radio, on SiriusXM, and on westwoodonesports.com. Additionally, the broadcasts will be available for free via the NCAA March Madness Women’s Basketball app or The Varsity Network app. 

Fans can also access live audio via Alexa-enabled devices by asking to “Open Westwood One Sports.” TuneIn premium subscribers can also hear all the action live.  

Westwood One’s Complete 2024 NCAA Women’s Tournament Broadcast Schedule: 

Sweet 16 Doubleheaders:   

  • Friday, March 29
  • 2:15 p.m. ET – Albany
  • (3) Oregon State vs. (2) Notre Dame 
  • (4) Indiana vs. (1) South Carolina 
  • 7:15 p.m. ET – Portland
  • (3) NC State vs. (2) Stanford  
  • (4) Gonzaga vs. (1) Texas  

Saturday, March 30th  

  • 12:45 p.m. ET – Albany 
  • (3) LSU vs. (2) UCLA  
  • (5) Colorado vs. (1) Iowa 
  • 5:15 p.m. ET – Portland
  • (5) Baylor vs. (1) Southern California 
  • (7) Duke vs. (3) UConn 

Elite 8 Doubleheaders: Albany, NY and Portland, OR

  • Sunday, March 31st
  • 12:45 p.m. ET
  • Oregon State/Notre Dame winner vs. Indiana/South Carolina winner 
  • NC State/Stanford winner vs. Gonzaga/Texas winner  

Monday, April 1st

  • 6:45 p.m. ET
  • LSU/UCLA winner vs. Colorado/Iowa winner  
  • Baylor/Southern California winner vs. Duke/UConn winner 

Final Four/National Championship Game:Cleveland, OH

  • Final Four: Friday, April 5th at 6:30 p.m. ET  
  • National Championship: Sunday, April 7th at 2:30 p.m. ET 

For a complete schedule of games, announcer bios, exclusive audio content, and a list of radio stations airing Westwood One’s broadcast of the NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Championship, log on to westwoodonesports.com.  

Westwood One is the exclusive broadcast radio, digital audio, distribution, and licensing partner for the NCAA Championships.  

Westwood One has broadcast the NCAA Women’s Final Four and Championship for more than 25 years. In addition, the network has broadcast the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament since 1982 and every game of March Madness® on multiple platforms since 2005.  

NCAA, First Four, Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight, Final Four, and March Madness are registered trademarks of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

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