I realize that 4 games still take place tonight, but the rest of the 2nd round WNIT schedule has been announced. The action kicks off on Saturday, and once again at least 1 game will be on national & international TV as BYUtv will carry the 2nd round San Diego State at BYU game. Here's what we know so far.
The winners of Friday's games will play on Monday night. Which site will host what game could be up for debate. Once the games are announced, they will be added to the schedule page here.
Saturday, March 23
2 PM- Youngstown State at Toledo (RocketVision) Jim Heller
2 PM- Boston U at Fordham (Fordham All Access) Mike Watts
4 PM- San Diego State at BYU (BYUtv) Dave McCann, Kristen Kozlowski, Robbie Bullough
5 PM- Duquesne at Bowling Green (BCSN) Greg Franke, Casey McDowell
7 PM- Harvard at Drexel (Drexel on Stretch) Ari Bluestein
Sunday, March 24
2 PM- NC State at James Madison (MadiZone) David Taylor, Mike Schikman
2 PM- Davidson at Charlotte (Charlotte49ers.TV) Josh Feldman
2 PM- Northern Iowa at Ball State
3 PM- Western Kentucky at Auburn (Auburn All Access) Andy Burcham, Stephanie Follett
3 PM- Tulane at Arkansas (RazorVision) Andrew Reynolds, Robin Alpe Wright
4 PM- St. Mary's at Northern Colorado (Big Sky TV) Jason Alvine
Monday, March 25
7 PM- Florida at Winthrop (Big South Network) Mike Pacheco
8 PM- Eastern Illinois at Illinois (Illinois All Access) Dave Loane, Mike Koon
8 PM- Illinois State at Kansas State (K-StateHD.TV) Brian Smoller, Kristin Waller
9 PM- San Diego at Utah (Pac-12 Digital) No announcers- local scoreboard broadcast
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