Kansas releases full 2018-19 broadcast schedule

LAWRENCE, Kan. — For the sixth-consecutive year, Kansas women’s basketball will have more than 20 games air nationally, making it easier for fans across the country to watch the Jayhawks in action, as KU announced the full broadcast slate for the 2018-19 season on Thursday.
With two-third of KU’s games set to be broadcasted in 2018-19, Kansas continues to be one of the most-televised women’s basketball programs in the nation.

All 18 home matchups this year will be showcased on ESPN+ as a part of the Jayhawk Television Network. Additionally, KU’s Big 12 Conference opener against Iowa State on Jan. 5 and KU’s game at Kansas State on Jan. 13 will be featured on FSN.
Stay tuned to KUAthletics.com for updates to Kansas’ 2018-19 television schedule as additional road games may be added to the broadcast lineup.
Additionally, every game of the 2018-19 campaign will be broadcast on the Jayhawk IMG Sports Radio Network. Each contest will be available on the Kansas Mobile app, via KUAthletics.com or Tunein app.
Jimmy Chavez enters his fourth year as the voice of Kansas women’s basketball and will call all the action, home and away, with the help of longtime KU radio veteran David Lawrence at home.
The Jayhawks return 11 players from last season’s squad, including All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection Christalah Lyons and 2017 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Jessica Washington.
Season tickets are now on sale at just $109 for a full season of women’s basketball action in Allen Fieldhouse. Senior Citizen Reserved season tickets can be purchased for $80, while K Club Reserved season tickets are available at $75.

New for the 2018-2019 season, Kansas Athletics is introducing the Rock Chalk Card, which includes general admission to women’s basketball, soccer, softball and baseball are available for $175. The Rock Chalk Card and a women’s basketball reserved seat upgrade can be purchased for $225.
The Jayhawks tipoff exhibition play against Fort Hays State on Sunday, Oct. 28 at 2 p.m., inside Allen Fieldhouse.  





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