2015-16 College Basketball Schedule on SWX - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

2015-16 College Basketball Schedule on SWX

SWX is proud to present another exciting year of college basketball! Below is a listing of all the games slated to be broadcast during the 2015-16 season. All games will be shown LIVE on SWX in their respective regions, and all games will be seen in HD where available.

Gonzaga Women

Sunday November 15th vs. Stanford 2pm

Tuesday November 24th vs. USC 6pm

Saturday December 6th vs. Montana State 2pm

Saturday January 23rd vs. Pacific 2pm

Saturday February 6th vs. Pepperdine 6pm

Saturday February 27th vs. BYU 2pm

Idaho Men

Thursday December 10th vs. WSU 6pm

EWU Men

Thursday December 17th vs. Morehead State 6pm

Saturday January 9th vs. Idaho 12pm

Thursday January 14th vs. Southern Utah 6pm

Thursday February 11th vs. North Dakota 6pm

Saturday February 13th vs. N. Colorado 2pm

Whitworth Basketball

Friday December 4th vs. Lewis & Clark (DH) – 6 and 8pm

Tuesday January 5th vs. Whitman (DH) – 6 and 8pm

CCS Basketball

Wednesday January 27th vs. Yakima Valley (DH) 6 and 8pm

Saturday January 30th vs. Big Bend (DH) 2 and 4pm

Friday February 12th vs. Blue Mtn.  (DH) 6 and 8pm

Saturday February 20th vs. CBC (DH) 2 and 4pm

Games, times and regions are subject to change without notice.

Q: How can I get SWX on my TV?
A: SWX is free over the air with an antennae on 6-2. For cable subscribers, check your local listings and/or here: http://www.swxrightnow.comcom/story/9914380/swx-on-tv

Q: Do you offer live streaming video of the games over the Internet?
A: Yes and no. We can offer live streams of Whitworth football games. We cannot stream games from the Sun Belt Conference (Idaho) or the Big Sky Conference (Eastern Washington, Montana, Montana State) as per league rules.

Q: Can the games be seen live on my phone or tablet?
A: Games broadcast on SWX can be seen via the WATCH SWX app for iOS and Android (free). However, you must be within the designated viewing area to see the live programming. More information about our apps, including download information, can be seen here: http://www.swxrightnow.com/story/16618316/wireless-apps

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