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Four tickets remain to be claimed on Saturday as the Sweet 16 of the 2024 Women’s NCAA Tournament rolls on with the Albany 2 and Portland 3 regionals.

Two teams from each site will look to punch their ticket to Monday’s Elite Eight games. And if Friday’s Sweet 16 games showed anything, Saturday’s games will sure be cinema.

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The day gets underway on ABC at 1 p.m. ET, when 2 seed UCLA takes on reigning national champion LSU, a 3 seed. The Tigers are coming off two uncharacteristic performances while coach Kim Mulkey remains in the headlines herself. Then, Iowa star guard Caitlin Clark and the 1 seed Hawkeyes take on 5 seed Colorado. If the Tigers and Hawkeyes are able to win their respective games on Saturday, it would present a rematch of last year’s national championship — and re-stir the history between Angel Reese and Clark.

In the nightcap, 1 seed USC — powered by freshman star guard JuJu Watkins, who finished with a double-double vs. Kansas in the second round — will go up against Nicki Collen’s 5 seeded Baylor Bears. It is the first appearance in the Sweet 16 for both teams since 1994 and 2021, respectively.

Lastly, Paige Bueckers and 3 seed UConn will cap off the night against 7 seed Duke at 8 p.m. ET at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon. The last time Geno Auriemma’s Huskies traveled to Portland, they defeated Iowa in the Phil Knight Legacy Invitational championship in 2022. UConn will now look to head back to Storrs, Connecticut with its 23rd Final Four appearance in tow on Monday night.

Here’s the full Women’s NCAA Tournament schedule for Saturday — Day 2 of the Sweet 16 — including times, TV listing, streaming options, score and more:

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Women’s March Madness schedule today

Here’s the full slate of games for Saturday’s Sweet 16 of the Women’s NCAA Tournament:

All times are in Eastern

  • (2) UCLA vs. (3) LSU | 1 p.m. ET | ABC (Fubo)

  • (1) Iowa vs. (5) Colorado | 3:30 p.m. ET | ABC (Fubo)

  • (1) USC vs. (5) Baylor | 5:30 p.m. ET | ESPN (Fubo)

  • (3) UConn vs. (7) Duke | 8 p.m. ET | ESPN (Fubo)

How to watch Women’s March Madness games

The remainder of the 2024 Women’s NCAA Tournament will be broadcast on either ESPN or ABC. Saturday’s Sweet 16 games have three streaming options to watch, as well. You can stream them on the ESPN app, the Women’s March Madness Live app or on Fubo, which carries ESPN and offers a free trial to select users.

Women’s NCAA Tournament scores, results for Saturday’s Sweet 16 games

This section will be updated as games become finalized

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