Here's how to watch Texas learn WCWS seeding

Texas Longhorns softball is looking to continue its historic season in the 2024 NCAA Softball Tournament, starting with the path it receives Sunday and all the way to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.

After a 5-1 loss to Oklahoma in the championship game of the Big 12 Softball Tournament, the Longhorns will learn their official seeding for the big dance on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. CT during the 2024 NCAA Softball Tournament Selection Show.

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Led by Reese Atwood and Ashton Maloney at the plate and Teagan Kavan in the circle, Texas has emerged as one of the best teams in the country this season. The Longhorns — who have the No. 1 hitting offense in the country with a .383 batting average — have been ranked No. 1 overall in national polls for the first time since 2016.

Now Texas will look to accomplish another first: winning the Women's College World Series after falling to Oklahoma in the 2022 WCWS Championship Series.

Here's what you need to know to watch Sunday's NCAA Softball Tournament Selection Show:

What channel is the NCAA softball selection show on today?

ESPN2 will broadcast the selection show for the 2024 NCAA Softball Tournament. You can also stream the selection show on the ESPN app or Fubo, which operates the ESPN family of networks and offers a free trial to select users.

Beth Mowins (host), former U.S. Women's National Team members Jessica Mendoza (analyst) and Michele Smith (analyst), former Big 12 Pitcher of the Year Amanda Scarborough (analyst) and Holly Rowe (reporter). Make Team Selection Show on ESPN2.

When is the NCAA Softball Selection Show?

  • Date: Sunday, May 12th
  • Time: 6pm CT

The 2024 NCAA Softball Tournament selection show takes place Sunday at 6:00 p.m. CT on ESPN2.

2024 NCAA Softball Tournament schedule

  • Show selection: Sunday, May 12th
  • Regionals: Thursday, May 16th to Sunday, May 19th
  • Super Regionals: Thursday, May 23rd to Saturday, May 25th or Friday, May 24th to Sunday, May 26th
  • Women's College World Series (in Oklahoma City): Thursday, May 30th to Thursday, June 6th or Friday, June 7th

The regional rounds of the NCAA Softball Tournament, played among the top 16 seeds, begin Thursday, May 16 and run through Sunday, May 19. The best-of-three super regional series will then take place either on Thursday, May 23rd to Saturday, May 25th or Friday, May 24th to Sunday, May 26th.

The winners of the eight Super Regionals then qualify for the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City, beginning Thursday, May 30. From Wednesday, June 5th to Friday, June 7th, the best of three championship series (if available) will take place. necessary).

When is the Women's College World Series?

  • Start date: Thursday, May 30th
  • Deadline: Thursday June 6th or Friday June 7th

The 2024 Women's College World Series begins Thursday, May 30, at the newly named Devon Park in Oklahoma City. The Women's College World Series will then run through either Thursday, June 6, or Friday, June 7, depending on whether a Game 3 must be played in the championship series.

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Former Women's College World Series winners

Oklahoma won its third straight Women's College World Series title last season. It was the Sooners' sixth title in the last 11 years and seventh all-time in program history.

Here is a complete list of past Women's College World Series champions over the past 10 years:

  • 2023:Oklahoma
  • 2022:Oklahoma
  • 2021:Oklahoma
  • 2020: Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • 2019: UCLA
  • 2018: Florida State
  • 2017:Oklahoma
  • 2016:Oklahoma
  • 2015:Florida
  • 2014:Florida
  • 2013:Oklahoma

Click here to see all the Women's College World Series champions from 1982, when softball became an NCAA-sponsored sport.

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