March Madness 2023: Florida Gulf Coast upsets Washington State; scores, schedule, times and TV channels for NCAA women’s tournament Day 2

After the first day of big wins, a few losses and great basketball, the March madness continues into Saturday. The NCAA Women’s Tournament concludes the first round with 16 games. The ESPN family of networks will broadcast the entire tournament, culminating in the national championship game on April 2 on ABC. To dive deeper into the Saturday list, check out our guide to what to watch.

Saturday NCAA Tournament Schedule

No. 2 UConn vs. No. 15 Vermont 3:00 pm (ABC)
No. 5 Iowa State vs. No. 12 Toledo 3:30 pm (ESPN2)
No. 6 in North Carolina vs. No. 11 in St. John’s, 4:00 pm (ESPN)
No. 4 Villanova vs. No. 13 Cleveland State 5:00 pm (ESPNU)
No. 7 Baylor vs. No. 10 Alabama (ESPN2)
No. 6 in Colorado vs. No. 11 in Middle Tennessee, 7:00 pm (ESPNews)
Louisville #5 vs. Drake #12 7:30 pm (ESPN2)
No. 5 Oklahoma vs. No. 12 Portland, 9:00 pm (ESPNU)
Duke #3 vs Jonah #14 at 9:30 pm (ESPN2)
No. 4 Texas vs. No. 13 East Carolina, 10 p.m. (ESPN)
No. 4 UCLA vs. No. 13 Sacramento State 11:30 pm (ESPN2)

No. 1 Indiana 77, No. 16 Tennessee Tech 47 (summary)
No. 4 Tennessee 95, No. 13 St. Louis 50
No. 3 Ohio State 80, No. 14 James Madison 66
No. 9 Miami 62, No. 8 Oklahoma State 61 (resume)
No. 12 Gulf Coast Florida 74, No. 5 Washington State 63

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  • Yes, Caitlin Clark flirted with yet another triple-double, but Hannah Stuelke is the Iowa X Factor.

  • Stanford star Cameron Brink missed first NCAA game against No. 16 Sacred Heart due to illness

  • The 11th Mississippi State woman beat the 6th Creighton after winning the top four.

  • South Carolina kick off title defense with a dominant victory over Norfolk State

  • Is there a team that can keep South Carolina from winning again?

  • Alia Boston, Caitlin Clark and the National Player of the Year Debate

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  • How Washington State Embraced Its Close-Knit Team and Shania Twain Song in a Surprise March Run

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  • Strength Rating: South Carolina easy #1; Duke, LSU and UCLA are on a downward trend

  • Greenville Preview 1: Olivia Miles injury clouds Notre Dame’s chances; Portland can surprise

  • Greenville 2 preview: Maddie Siegrist puts on a show; LSU stands before the test

  • Seattle Preview 3: Tennessee wants to break through; follow UConn

  • Seattle 4 Preview: Texas Seeks Breakout; 5th in Louisville’s seeded history noteworthy

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  • Records: who has won the most championships, the most Final Fours and more in women’s basketball.

  • Each winner, Final Four Most Outstanding Player and Women’s Basketball Site.


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