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What March Madness games are on today? Time, TV channel, live stream for women’s NCAA tournament Sweet 16

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The Sweet 16 field is set for March Madness 2024 and on the women’s side of the equation, the tournament is packed with individual stars and championship contender teams. All four number one seeds are still in the tourney, including Iowa and Caitlin Clark in her final March Madness appearance and the USC Trojans and JuJu Watkins in her first. Led by powerhouse postseason play from Paige Bueckers, No. 3 UConn look like serious contenders, and Angel Reese and the reigning champion LSU Tigers are coming off a dominant win over Middle Tennessee to make it out of the second round. That’s before you even get to Dawn Staley’s South Carolina squad and Madison Booker and No. 1-seeded Texas, who’ll face a tough text in No. 4 Gonzaga.

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If Iowa and LSU both get the win in the Sweet Sixteen, it will set up a rematch of last season’s NCAA championship game in the Elite Eight in the Albany 2 Region. Iowa will need to get through Colorado, while LSU will be taking on UCLA.

In Iowa’s win over West Virginia, Clark continued her record-breaking season, tallying 32 points and breaking the women’s NCAA single-season scoring record, formerly held by Kelsey Plum. Entering the Sweet 16 matchup with Colorado, she owns a record 1,113 points in the 2023-24 season.

Keep reading for the full Sweet 16 schedule, including dates, start times, and TV networks.

What Women’s March Madness Games are on Today?

**All times listed are ET.

Friday, March 29th — Sweet Sixteen

  • No. 2 Notre Dame vs No. 3 Oregon State — ESPN at 2:30pm
  • No. 1 South Carolina vs No. 4 Indiana — ESPN at 5pm
  • No. 2 Stanford vs No. 3 NC State — ESPN at 7:30pm ET
  • No. 1 Texas vs No. 4 Gonzaga — ESPN at 10pm ET

Saturday, March 30th — Sweet Sixteen

  • No. 3 LSU vs No. 2 UCLA — 1pm on ABC
  • No. 1 Iowa vs No. 5 Colorado — 3:30pm on ABC
  • No. 1 Southern California vs No. 5 Baylor — 5:30pm on ESPN
  • No. 3 UConn vs No. 7 Duke — 8pm on ESPN
Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes are headed to the Final Four. They face the UConn Huskies tonight at 9:30 PM.

Remaining Women’s March Madness Schedule

  • Elite Eight: Sunday, March 31st and Monday, April 1st
  • Final Four: Friday, April 5th
  • National Championship: Sunday, April 7th at 3pm on ABC
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