2024 NCAA Women's Tournament TV schedule: Scores, tipoff times, games, TV channels for March Madness


The NCAA Women’s Tournament is starting to wind down, but the action is heating up. Friday saw four teams claim their spot in the Elite Eight with a pair of upsets stealing the show in Albany, New York and Portland, Oregon.

Top seeds South Carolina and Texas moved up with relative ease after dispatching Indiana and Gonzaga, respectively. But No. 2 seeds Notre Dame and Stanford couldn’t say the same. Oregon State and NC State scored big upsets to secure their spots in the next round and move a step closer to the national championship.

LSU and Iowa met in one of the most thrilling national championships in recent memory a season ago, and we are set for Part II on Monday night thanks to wins by both teams on Saturday. LSU took down UCLA with a late surge to advance to the Elite Eight while Iowa routed Colorado thanks to a another stellar performance from Caitlin Clark. 

In the night session, USC is looking to continue one of the best seasons in program history on Saturday. A win moves them into the Elite Eight for the first time since 1994 and they have only reached the Final Four three times with the last coming in 1986. Baylor, meanwhile, is looking to get back to the Elite Eight for the first time since 2021. To close out the round, UConn is looking to get back to the Elite Eight after a rare loss in the Sweet 16 to Ohio State last year. It was the first time in 16 years that the Huskies were not one of the last eight teams alive in the tournament. Duke is hoping to advance to their first Elite Eight since 2013 with an upset on Saturday night.

Don’t forget, there’s still time to print out your bracket and be best prepared for the action.

March Madness® is better with friends, especially when you beat them! Get your bracket pools ready now and invite your friends, family and co-workers to play.

Below is all the information you’ll need to keep up with the tournament. Be sure to check back in on this page as it will be updated with matchups and tip times over the coming weeks. And check out fubo (try for free) for all your streaming needs. 

2024 NCAA Women’s Tournament schedule, dates

Sweet 16

Saturday, March 30

1 p.m. (3) LSU 78, (2) UCLA 69
MVP Arena — Albany, NY
ABC
3:30 p.m. (1) Iowa 89, (5) Colorado 68
MVP Arena — Albany, NY
ABC
5:30 p.m. (1) USC 74, (5) Baylor 70
Moda Center — Portland, Ore.
ESPN
8 p.m. (3) UConn vs. (7) Duke
Moda Center — Portland, Ore.
ESPN

Elite Eight

Sunday, March 31

1 p.m. ET

(1) South Carolina vs. (3) Oregon State

ABC

3 p.m. ET

(1) Texas vs. (3) NC State

ABC

Final Four

Friday, April 5 — TBD start time (ESPN)
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse — Cleveland, Ohio

National Championship

Sunday, April 7 — 9:20 p.m. (ABC)
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse — Cleveland, Ohio

NCAA Tournament scores, results

First round

Friday, March 22

11:30 a.m. (8) North Carolina 59, (9) Michigan State 56
Colonial Life Arena — Columbia, S.C.
ESPN2
12 p.m. (2) Ohio State 80, (15) Maine 57
Value City Arena — Columbus, Ohio
ESPN
1:30 p.m. (11) Middle Tennessee 71, (6) Louisville 69
Pete Maravich Assembly Center — Baton Rouge, La.
ESPN2
2 p.m. (1) South Carolina 91, (16) Presbyterian 39
Colonial Life Arena — Columbia, S.C.
ESPN
2:30 p.m. (7) Duke 72, (10) Richmond 61
Value City Arena — Columbus, Ohio
ESPNEWS
3 p.m. (1) Texas 82, (16) Drexel 42
Moody Center — Austin, Texas
ESPNU
3:30 p.m. (4) Virginia Tech 92, (13) Marshall 49
Cassell Coliseum — Blacksburg, Va.
ESPN2
4 p.m. (3) LSU 70, (14) Rice 60
Pete Maravich Assembly Center — Baton Rouge, La.
ESPN
4:30 p.m. (4) Kansas State 78, (13) Portland 65
Bramlage Coliseum — Manhattan, Kan.
ESPNEWS
5:30 p.m. (8) Alabama 82, (9) Florida State 74
Moody Center — Austin, Texas
ESPN2
6 p.m. (5) Baylor 80, (12) Vanderbilt 63
Cassell Coliseum — Blacksburg, Va.
ESPNU
7 p.m. (5) Colorado 86, (12) Drake 72
Bramlage Coliseum — Manhattan, Kan.
ESPNEWS
7:30 p.m. (7) Iowa State 93, (10) Maryland 86
Maples Pavilion — Stanford, Calif.
ESPN2
8 p.m. (3) Oregon State 73, (14) Eastern Washington 51
Gill Coliseum — Corvallis, Ore.
ESPNU
10 p.m. (2) Stanford 79, (15) Norfolk State 50
Maples Pavilion — Stanford, Calif.
ESPN2
10:30 p.m. (6) Nebraska 61, (11) Texas A&M 59
Gill Coliseum — Corvallis, Ore.
ESPNU

Saturday, March 23

12 p.m. (6) Tennessee 92, (11) Green Bay 63
Reynolds Coliseum — Raleigh, NC
ESPN
1 p.m. (3) UConn 86, (14) Jackson State 64
Gampel Pavillon – Storrs, Conn.
ABC
1:30 p.m. (4) Indiana 89, (13) Fairfield 56
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall — Bloomington, Ind.
ESPN
2 p.m. (8) Kansas 81, (9) Michigan 72 (OT)
Galen Center – Los Angeles, Calif.
ESPNEWS
2:15 p.m. (2) Notre Dame 81, (15) Kent State 67
Purcell Pavillon — South Bend, Ind.
ESPN
2:30 p.m. (3) NC State 64, (14) Chattanooga 45
Reynolds Coliseum — Raleigh, NC
ESPNU
3 p.m. (1) Iowa 91, (16) Holy Cross 65
Carver-Hawkeye Arena — Iowa City, Iowa
ABC
3:30 p.m. (6) Syracuse 74, (11) Arizona 69
Gampel Pavillon — Storrs, Conn.
ESPN2
4 p.m. (5) Oklahoma 73, (12) Florida Gulf Coast 70
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall — Bloomington, Ind.
ESPNEWS
4:30 p.m. (1) USC 87, (16) Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 55
Galen Center — Los Angeles, Calif.
ESPN
4:45 p.m. (7) Ole Miss 67, (10) Marquette 55
Purcell Pavillon — South Bend, Ind.
ESPNU
5:30 p.m. (8) West Virginia 63, (9) Princeton 53
Hawkeye-Carver Arena — Iowa City, Iowa
ESPN2
7 p.m. (7) Creighton 87, 10) UNLV 73
Pauley Pavillon — Los Angeles, Calif.
ESPNEWS
7:30 p.m. (4) Gonzaga 75, (13) UC Irvine 56
McCarthey Athletic Center — Spokane, Wash.
ESPN2
9:30 p.m. (2) UCLA 84, (15) California Baptist 55
Pauley Pavillon — Los Angeles, Calif.
ESPN2
10 p.m. (5) Utah 68, (12) South Dakota State 54
McCarthey Athletic Center — Spokane, Wash.
ESPNU

Second round

Monday, March 25

2 p.m. (2) Notre Dame 71, (7) Ole Miss 56
Purcell Pavilion — South Bend, Ind.
ESPN
4 p.m. (3) NC State 79, (6) Tennessee 72
Reynolds Coliseum — Raleigh, N.C.
ESPN
6 p.m. (3) UConn 72, (6) Syracuse 64
Gampel Pavilion — Storrs, Conn.
ESPN
6:30 p.m. (4) Indiana 75, (5) Oklahoma 68
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall — Bloomington, Ind.
ESPN2
8 p.m. (1) Iowa 64, (8) West Virginia 54
Carver-Hawkeye Arena — Iowa City, Iowa
ESPN
8:30 p.m. (2) UCLA 67, (7) Creighton 63
Pauley Pavilion — Los Angeles
ESPN2
10 p.m. (1) USC 73, (8) Kansas 55
Galen Center — Los Angeles
ESPN
10:30 p.m. (5) Utah vs. (4) Gonzaga
McCarthey Athletic Center — Spokane, Wash.
ESPN2

Sunday, March 24

12 p.m. (7) Duke 75, (2) Ohio State 63
Value City Arena — Columbus, Ohio
ESPN
1 p.m. (1) South Carolina 88, (8) North Carolina 41
Colonial Life Arena — Columbia, S.C.
ABC
2 p.m. (5) Colorado 63, (4) Kansas State 50
Bramlage Coliseum — Manhattan, Kan.
ESPN
3 p.m. (3) LSU 83, (11) Middle Tennessee 56
Pete Maravich Assembly Center — Baton Rouge, La.
ABC
4 p.m. (3) Oregon State 61, (6) Nebraska 51
Gill Coliseum — Corvallis, Ore.
ESPN
6 p.m. (1) Texas 65, (8) Alabama 54
Moody Center — Austin, Texas
ESPN
8 p.m. (5) Baylor 75, (4) Virginia Tech 72
Cassell Coliseum — Blacksburg, Va.
ESPN
10 p.m. (2) Stanford 87, (7) Iowa State 81 (OT)
Maples Pavilion — Stanford, Calif.
ESPN

Friday, March 29

2:30 p.m. (3) Oregon State 70, (2) Notre Dame 65
MVP Arena — Albany, NY
ESPN
5 p.m. (1) South Carolina 79, (4) Indiana 75
MVP Arena — Albany, NY
ESPN
7:30 p.m. (3) NC State 77, (2) Stanford 67
Moda Center — Portland, Ore.
ESPN
10 p.m. (1) Texas 70, (4) Gonzaga 47
Moda Center — Portland, Ore.
ESPN





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