Fans can find every game of the 2021 NCAA Tournament on the ESPN and TSN family of networks, from this weekend’s regionals through the NCAA Frozen Four.
The Frozen Four, April 8 and 10 in Pittsburgh, will be broadcast by John Buccigross, Barry Melrose and Colby Cohen. That group will call the Bridgeport Regional this weekend. The other regional broadcast teams are:
- Fargo Regional: Leah Hextall and Dave Starman
- Loveland Regional: Ben Holden and Fred Pletsch
- Albany Regional: Kevin Brown and Sean Ritchlin
Regional coverage will be available on ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS and ESPN3 in the U.S. The Frozen Four semifinals will be on ESPN2, with the championship game on ESPN. Every game will be available for streaming on the ESPN App.
In Canada, TSN will televise select regional games, with the national championship game set for the main network. Every game will be available to TSN and TSN Direct subscribers at TSN.ca and the TSN App.
In addition, RDS will broadcast at least one game in French to Quebec. The network is set to carry the tournament’s first game on Friday, featuring Wisconsin and Montreal Canadiens draft pick Cole Caufield against Bemidji State.
This marks the 16th consecutive tournament that ESPN will carry in its entirety, and the 41st year that the network has televised the national championship game.