How to Stream the NCAA Women’s Tournament

The tournament games are broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU and can be streamed on the ESPN app. Here is the schedule for Tuesday and Wednesday (all times Eastern):

  • 15:00 – North Carolina state no. 1 vs. South Florida, No. 8, South Florida, ESPN2

  • 15:30 – Nr. 4-seed Kentucky at no. 5-seed Iowa, ESPNU

  • 17:00 – number 3 seed Tennessee at no. 6-seed Michigan, ESPN2

  • 17:30 – West Virginia, No. 4, vs. Georgia Tech, ESPNU, No. 5

  • 19:00 – South Carolina, no. 1, v. Oregon, no. 8, Oregon, ESPN

  • 19:00 – no. 2-seed Baylor at no. 7, Virginia Tech, ESPN2

  • 21:00 – no. 1 seed Connecticut at no. 8 seed Syracuse, ESPN

  • 21:00 – Nr. 1 seeded Stanford vs. 8th seeded Oklahoma State, ESPN2

  • 13:00 – no. 2-seed Maryland at no. 7-seed Alabama, ESPN2

  • 15:00 – no. 3-seed Georgia at no. 6-seed Oregon, ESPN2

  • 15:00 – No. 5 seed Missouri State vs. no. 13-seed Wright State, ESPNU

  • 17:00 – number 2 seed Louisville at no. 7-seed North West, ESPN 2

  • 5pm – No. 4 seed Indiana vs. No. 12 seed Belmont, ESPNU

  • 19:00 – Nr. 2-seed Texas A&M at no. 7-seed Iowa State, ESPN2

  • 19:00 – no. 3-seed in Arizona at no. 11 at Brigham Young University, ESPNU

  • 21:00 – no. 3-seed UCLA at no. 6-seed Texas, ESPN2

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