2020-21 NCAA tournaments -- Dates, TV info and more

USC beats UCLA to clinch third beach volleyball national championship (1:05)

USC serves up an ace on championship point to win the women's national title over top-seeded UCLA. (1:05)

Spring is a busy time for college sports, especially with many sports' championships being pushed back as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Here is all the key information to know about the upcoming slate of tournaments, including dates, locations, how to watch and a list of all the title winners.

Upcoming championships

All times Eastern.

Women's soccer
First round: April 27-28
Second round: April 30-May 1 (ESPN3)
Third round: May 5
Quarterfinals: May 9
Semifinals: May 13 (6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on ESPN2)
Championship: May 17 (5:30 p.m. on ESPNU)
Where: Cary, North Carolina (entire tournament)

Men's soccer
First round: April 29
Second round: May 2 (ESPN3)
Third round: May 6
Quarterfinals: May 10
Semifinals: May 14 (6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on ESPNU)
Championship: May 17 (8 p.m. on ESPNU)
Where: Cary, North Carolina (entire tournament)

Women's golf
Championship: May 21-26
Where: Scottsdale, Arizona
How to watch: GOLF Channel May 24-26

Men's lacrosse
Selection show: May 9
First round: May 15 (ESPNU)
Second round: May 16 (ESPNU)
Quarterfinals: May 22-23 (ESPNU)

Semifinals: May 29 (noon and 2:30 p.m. on ESPN2)
Finals: May 31
Where: East Hartford, Connecticut

Women's lacrosse
Selection show: May 9
First round: May 14
Second round: May 16
Quarterfinals: May 22-23

Semifinals: May 28 (12 p.m. and 2 p.m. on ESPNU)
Finals: May 30 (12 p.m. on ESPNU)
Where: Towson, Maryland

Selection show: May 16
Regionals: May 20-23
Super Regionals: May 27-30

College World Series: June 3-June 9
Where: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
How to watch: ESPN networks

Selection show: May 31
Regionals: June 4-June 6
Super Regionals: June 11-13

College World Series: June 19-30
Where: Omaha, Nebraska
How to watch: ESPN networks

Completed championships

Field Hockey
Winner: North Carolina
North Carolina took home its third straight field hockey title thanks to Erin Matson's OT goal to secure the win a 4-3 win vs. Michigan.

Women's beach volleyball
Winner: USC
USC won its third beach volleyball championship with a 3-1 victory over UCLA, which had won the previous two national titles.

Men's volleyball
Winner: Hawaii
Hawaii defeated BYU in straight sets 25-21, 25-19, 25-16 for its first national volleyball title.

Women's gymnastics
Winner: Michigan
Michigan won its first gymnastics championship with a score of 198.2500. Oklahoma came in second with 198.1625, Utah in third with 197.9875 and Florida in fourth with 197.1375.

Women's volleyball
Winner: Kentucky
The Wildcats took home their first crown after beating Texas in four sets.

Men's hockey
Winner: UMass
Massachusetts beat St. Cloud 5-0 for its first NCAA hockey title.

Women's hockey
Winner: Wisconsin
A 2-1 overtime win vs. Northwestern gave Wisconsin its sixth title, tied for most overall with Minnesota.

Winner: Iowa
The Hawkeyes clinched their first title since 2010 as Spencer Lee won his third individual title with Iowa.

Women's swimming and diving
Winner: Virginia
With 491 points, Virginia took home its first championship.