Sec Network Women’s Basketball Announcers for the 2022 Season
The SEC Network has announced its announcers for the 2022 women’s Basketball season and we’ve got all the details.
The SEC Network will have a new lineup of women’s basketball announcers for the 2022 season.
play-by-play announcer Courtney Lyle and analyst Ann Schatz will be the primary broadcast team with Lyle also serving as a studio host.
The network will also use former Georgia Head Coach Andy Landers and former Mississippi State head coach Sharon Fanning-Otis as analysts on select games.
The SEC Network
The SEC Network is an American Sports Network that is owned by ESPN Inc. a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and the Hearst Communications. The network’s football programming includes live games and original studio shows, while its women’s basketball coverage includes live games and extensive highlights. In addition to these live game and studio show offerings, the SEC Network also provides extensive on-demand content through its ESPN app
The SEC Network’s announcers for the 2022 season will be Joe Tessitore, Brent Musburger, Lydia O’Neal, Jon Sundvold, and Holly Rowe.
The Women’s Basketball Announcers
The SEC Network has announced the names of the women’s basketball announcers for the upcoming 2022 season.
Becky Linville will serve as lead play-by-play announcer, with analyst Daymeon Fishback providing color commentary. sideline reporters will be Courtney Lyle and Kennedy Hardman.
The announcing team will make its debut on Thursday, November 4th when the University of Kentucky hosts Middle Tennessee State University at 7:00 p.m. EST.
“We’re thrilled to have Becky, Daymeon, Courtney and Kennedy on board for what promises to be an exciting season of SEC women’s basketball,” said Justin Connolly, ESPN senior vice president, college networks. “The wealth of knowledge and experience these four bring to the table will provide viewers with unparalleled insights and analysis throughout the season.”
Linville comes to the SEC Network from FOX Sports South where she most recently served as a play-by-play announcer for college football and basketball games She has also worked as a sideline reporter for college football and basketball games on ESPNU.
Fishback is a former All-SEC point guard at Auburn University who went on to play professionally in Europe for 12 seasons. He has been working as a television analyst for SEC women’s basketball games on ESPNU and the SEC Network since 2015.
Lyle comes to ESPN from Spectrum sports where she served as a sideline reporter forACC men’s Basketball Games Hardman is a former Miss Basketball in Kentucky who played collegiately at Vanderbilt University and professionally in Israel. She joins ESPN from WBKO in Bowling Green Ky., where she served as sports director.
The 2022 Season
It was recently announced that the SEC Network will be televising women’s Basketball Games for the 2022 season. The network will air a total of 39 games, including 14 conference matchups and all nine of the SEC tournament games. This will be the first time that the SEC Network has televised women’s Basketball Games
The announcers for the games have not been announced yet, but it is sure to be an exciting season of SEC women’s basketball!
The full schedule for the 2022 SEC Network women’s basketball season has not yet been announced, but the SEC Network has announced the women’s basketball announcers for the upcoming season
play-by-play announcer Courtney Lyle and analyst Joe Dean, Jr. will return for their fourth season together as the lead broadcast team. They will be joined by sideline reporter LaChina Robinson, who will be making her debut with the SEC Network this season.
Courtney Lyle has been a broadcaster for more than 15 years and has called games for various networks, including ESPN, Fox sports and CBS Sports She was also a four-year starter on Vanderbilt’s women’s basketball team from 1999 to 2003. Joe Dean, Jr. is a former Head Coach of the LSU men’s Basketball team and has been working as a broadcaster for more than 20 years. He has called games for ESPN, NBC Sports and FOX Sports LaChina Robinson is a former NBA player who has been working as a sideline reporter and analyst for ESPN since 2008.
The SEC Network will air more than 60 live women’s basketball games during the 2022 season, including all 14 SEC teams.
The Eastern Conference (SEC) on Wednesday announced the television schedule and announcers for the 2022 women’s college basketball season.
The games will air on the SEC Network and ESPN. Play-by-play duties will be handled by Dave Neal and Joe Davis, with analysis from Brynn Anderson and Nell Fortner.
The SEC Network will televise 70 games during the regular season including 35 conference matchups and all 14 of the SEC’s postseason tournament games. ESPN will air four regular-season games and the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
This will be the first season that the SEC Network will air women’s basketball games The network previously aired men’s basketball games and replays of SEC women’s basketball games
The games will be produced by ESPN and will air on the SEC Network. Joe Tessitore and Holly Rowe will serve as the lead announcers for the games, with Maria Taylor and Andy Kennedy as the analysts.
The fans are what make college basketball so special. They come to the games to support their team and create an electric atmosphere that makes for an exciting game. And, of course, they love to cheer on their favorite players
That’s why we’re excited to announce the Sec Network’s women’s basketball announcers for the 2022 season. We know that these men and women will bring their passion for the game to the broadcast booth and help create an even more exciting experience for Sec fans.
We’ll be announcing the full lineup of announcers in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!
It’s official! The 2022 SEC women’s basketball season will feature some of the most talented and accomplished broadcasters in the country. We’re excited to welcome them all to the SEC Network family.
You can catch every game of the season on SEC Network and WatchESPN. And be sure to follow @SECNetwork and @SECWomen’s for all the latest news and information about SEC women’s basketball.