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Women’s March Madness: Sweet 16 Dates, Times, & Championship Odds

Everything You Need to Know Before Making Your Sweet 16 Bets

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The women’s March Madness tournament is heating up and the teams remaining will tip off starting on Friday and ending on Saturday night. Below we review the matchups, dates, times, and championship odds for this exciting NCAAB tournament.


Women’s March Madness: Sweet 16 Dates, Times, & Championship Odds
Guard Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes-Matthew Holst/Getty Images/AFP

Friday, March 29th (Spread, Total, Championship Odds)


(3) Oregon State (+8000) vs. (2) Notre Dame (-3, N/A, +4000)

Time: 2:30 PM ET on ESPN

Oregon State junior guard Talia von Oelhoffen led all scorers with 19 points and eight assists in the Beavers’ 10-point win over Nebraska to punch their ticket into a Sweet 16 date with Notre Dame. The Irish blew out No. 7 Ole Miss, 71-56, in the second round.


(4) Indiana (+10,000) vs. (1) South Carolina (-15 ½, 144 ½, -155)

Time: 5:00 PM ET on ESPN

South Carolina has looked unstoppable in the first two rounds, making NCAAW news by defeating No. 16 Presbyterian and No. 8 North Carolina by a 49 ½ point average margin of victory. They will entertain Indiana, fresh off a seven-point win over No. 5 Oklahoma.


(3) NC State (+4000) vs. (2) Stanford (-5 ½, 134 ½, +1600)

Time: 7:30 PM ET on ESPN

A dominant second quarter by NC State paved the way for a 79-72 win over No. 6 Tennessee despite a late rally by the Vols. Their opponents on Friday, Stanford, advanced to the Sweet 16 courtesy of a hotly contested 87-81 overtime victory over No. 7 Iowa State.


(4) Gonzaga (+15,000) vs. (1) Texas (-5 ½, 144 ½, +1800)

Time: 10:00 PM ET on ESPN

Perimeter sharpshooting was the recipe for Gonzaga’s success in their second-round 11-point win over No. 5 Utah. Meanwhile, top-seeded Texas relied on the heroics of Aaliyah Moore who matched her career best with 21 points and added 10 rebounds in the Longhorns’ 65-54 win over No. 8 Alabama.




Saturday, March 30th (Spread, Total, Championship Odds)

(3) LSU (-3, 146 ½, +750) vs. (2) UCLA (+3500)

Time: 1:00 PM ET on ABC

LSU coach, Kim Mulkey, has recently made headlines in NCAA women’s basketball but the attention didn’t distract her team from walloping No. 11 Middle Tennessee, 83-56, in the second round. The Tigers will meet UCLA, who outlasted No. 7 Creighton, 67-63, on Saturday afternoon.


(5) Colorado (+15,000) vs. (1) Iowa (-8 ½, 162 ½, +650)

Time: 3:30 PM ET on ABC

Colorado scored a 63-50 upset over Kansas State in the second round and will get the pleasure of trying to end Caitlin Clark’s dream season when they take on Iowa. The Hawkeyes dispatched No. 8 West Virginia, 64-54, in the second round courtesy of Clark’s 32 points.


(5) Baylor (+12,500) vs. (1) USC (-4 ½, 134 ½, +2500)

Time: 5:30 PM ET on ESPN

Jada Walker put the pedal to the metal in the second half of Baylor’s 75-72 win over No. 4 Virginia Tech, scoring 26 of her career-high 28 points down the stretch. The Bears will take on USC, 73-55 winners over No. 8 Kansas on Monday night.


(7) Duke (+12,500) vs. (3) UConn (-8 ½, 126 ½, +1400)

Time: 8:00 PM ET on ESPN

The Blue Devils remain alive after upsetting the Buckeyes of Ohio State in a 75-63 second-round stunner. They will take on No. 3 UConn, who downed No. 6 Syracuse, 72-64, in their previous matchup.



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