• Serena at U.S. Open, LIV Golf, NCAA football lead weekend sports schedule
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    Serena at U.S. Open, LIV Golf, NCAA football lead weekend sports schedule

    1/5 Serena Williams celebrates after winning a point against Anett Kontaveit of Estonia at the 2022 U.S. Open on Wednesday in Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo MIAMI, Sept. 2 (UPI) — Serena Williams’ final run at the U.S. Open, another LIV Golf tournament and a full slate of college football games will be the top sports events to air this weekend. Games between the WNBA playoffs and MLB and soccer regular seasons also will air from Friday through Sunday. NASCAR’s Cup Series playoffs and Formula 1’s Dutch Grand Prix also will take place…

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  • ABC to Air NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship for First Time
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    ABC to Air NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship for First Time

    The NCAA women’s basketball title game will be broadcast this season on ABC for the first time. The championship game, which usually airs in prime time, will be played at 3 p.m. ET on April 2. The women’s Final Four is in Dallas this year. “Scheduling the Division I Women’s Basketball Championship on ABC has been a goal for quite some time in our ongoing efforts to maximize the exposure of women’s sports in collaboration with the NCAA,” said Burke Magnus, ESPN’S president for programming and original content. “Women’s NCAA Championships continue to generate strong audiences across the ABC/ESPN networks and this move represents yet another unique opportunity to showcase…

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  • Three Tigers qualify for NCAA Outdoor Championships | Mizzou Sports
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    Three Tigers qualify for NCAA Outdoor Championships | Mizzou Sports

    Missouri track and field had eight athletes compete on Day 2 of the NCAA West Preliminary Round on Thursday in Fayetteville, Arkansas. On Day 2, MU’s Sophia Rivera, Ava Curry and Ayele Gerken punched their tickets to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Rivera and Curry qualified in the javelin. Rivera finished eighth, posting a throw of 169 feet, 7 inches, and Curry finished 12th after throwing the spear 165-3. Three other Tigers competed in the event. Atina Kamasi had a throw of 154-9 to finish 21st, Erin Zimmerman finished 28th with a throw of 149-5 and Taylor Ciccolini launched it 136-10 for 42nd place. Gerken qualified in the…

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