Updated Feb. 23, 2006
SEATTLE - The Washington women's basketball game at California in Berkeley, this Saturday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. was selected by FSN as a national telecast, however, due to a conflict with the previously scheduled Sonics-Heat game on FSN Northwest, the game will not be seen on the network in the Seattle DMA (designated market area).
As a result, a live webcast of the contest will be shown on Washington's official athletic website, GoHuskies.com. Fans wishing to view the game can do so by purchasing a Dawg Channel All-Access pass.
FSN has also secured live and delayed distribution of the game through the following outlets:
- FSN Northwest will provide its game production to Comcast, which will air the game live on Channel 76 for its customers in Pierce County. The game will also be available to all Comcast subscribers through Video on Demand immediately after the conclusion of the game.
- The game will air on Fox College Sports Pacific (FCS) for Comcast, Wave Broadband and Click! Network cable subscribers with the appropriate sports tier package.
- FSN Northwest will air the game later the same evening on a delayed basis for the network's five-state region at 12 a.m.
Saturday's contest between Washington and Cal marks the regular season finale for both teams. The Huskies take on No. 15 Stanford in Palo Alto this evening at 7 p.m.