Women’s March Madness live bracket: Updated schedule, scores, results for 2023 NCAA Tournament games

Women's March Madness Bracket 2023

It’s time to go dancing.

The women’s March Madness competition began on March 15 with the First Four. The remaining 64 teams are hungry for a chance to play at Dallas’ American Airlines Arena, home of the 2023 Women’s Final Four and national championship game.

South Carolina enters as the reigning champion, with a record and conference tournament undefeated title. The Gamecocks are the obvious favorites, but the conversation is growing to include Indiana, Stanford, and Virginia Tech, all of which have been awarded top seeds, and Iowa and UConn, which have been awarded 2 seeds.

Stay on top of the 2023 NCAA Women’s Tournament with The Sporting News’ live bracket, including a full TV schedule, updated scores and more for every game from Women’s March Madness.

Women’s March Madness Live Bracket

For live tournament group updates and information on how to watch Women’s March Madness, click on the links below.

MARCH MADNESS HQ by TSN for WOMEN
Live Bracket | TV Guide | Odds & Favorites

Printable bracket for the 2023 NCAA women’s tournament

You can get an updated, printable NCAA Women’s Tournament bracket to fill out here. The Sporting News will update the bracket throughout Women’s March Madness.

Women's March Madness Bracket 2023

MORE: Watch every NCAA Women’s Tournament game live on Sling TV

2023 NCAA Women’s Tournament Schedule, Results

The full schedule for the 2023 Women’s March Madness is below. You can also follow scores and results on The Sporting News’ live March Madness page.

First Four

Wednesday March 15th

Results
(16) Sacred Heart 57(16) South 47
(11) State of Mississippi 70(11) Illinois 56

Thursday March 16th

Results
(16) TennesseeTech 79, (16) Monmouth 69
(11) John 66, (11) Purdué 64

round 1

Friday March 17th

Results
(8) South Florida 67, (9) Mark 65 (OT)
(7) Arizona 75, (10) West Virginia 62
(10) Georgia 66, (7) State of Florida 54
(1) South Carolina 72, (16) State of Norfolk 40
(2) Maryland 93, (15) Holy Cross 61
(6)Michigan 71, (11) UNLV 59
(3) Notre Dame 82, (14) Southern Utah 56
(2) Iowa 95, (15) Southeast Louisiana 43
(3) LSU 73, (14) Hawaiian 50th
(1) Virginia Tech 58, (16) Chattanooga 33
(11) State of Mississippi 81, (6) Creighton 66
(1) Stanford 92, (16) Sacred Heart 49
(2) Utah 103, (15) Gardner-Webb 77
(9) State of South Dakota 62, (8) USC57
(10) Princeton 64, (7) NC state 63
(8) Ole Miss 71, (9) Gonzaga48

Saturday March 18th

Match
(1) Indiana 77, (16) TennesseeTech 47
(4) Tennessee 95, (13) St.Louis 50
(3) State of Ohio 80, (14) James Madison66
(9) Miami (Florida) 62, (8) State of Oklahoma 61
(12) Florida Gulf Coast 74, (5) Washington State 63
(2) UConn 95, (15) Vermont 52
(12) Toledo 80, (5) State of Iowa 73
(6) North Carolina 61, (11) St. John’s 58
(4) Villanova 76, (13) State of Cleveland 59
(7) Baylor 78, (10) Alabama 74
(6) Colorado 82, (11) Middle Tennessee 60
(5)Louisville 83, (12) Drake 81
(5) Oklahoma 85, (12) Portland 63
(3) Duke 89, (14) Iona 49
(4) Texas 79, (13) East Carolina 40th
(4) UCLA 67, (13) State of Sacramento 45

round 2

Sunday March 19th

Monday, March 20th

sweet 16

Friday March 24th

Matchtime (ET)TV
open2.30ESPN
open17 o’clockESPN
open19:30 o’clockESPN
open22 O `clockESPN

Saturday March 25th

Matchtime (ET)TV
open11:30 a.mESPN
open14 o’clockABC
open4 p.mESPN2
open6:30 p.mESPN2

Elite Eight

Sunday March 26th

Matchtime (ET)TV
open19 o’clockESPN
open21 clockESPN

Monday, March 27th

Matchtime (ET)TV
open19 o’clockESPN
open21 clockESPN

last four

Friday March 31st

Matchtime (ET)TV
open19 o’clockESPN
open9:30 p.mESPN

National Championship

Sunday April 2nd

Matchtime (ET)TV
open3:30 p.mABC

Here’s how to watch and stream the women’s March Madness games

The NCAA Women’s Tournament will be broadcast across the ESPN family of networks: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews and ABC.

Below is a breakdown of each game, which networks will broadcast games:

RoundTV channelLive broadcast
First FourESPNU, ESPN2ESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
round 1ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, ABCESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
round 2ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABCESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
sweet 16ESPN, ESPN2, ABCESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
Elite EightESPNESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
last fourESPNESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV
National ChampionshipABCESPN+, ESPN App, Sling TV

Every 2023 NCAA Women’s Tournament game can be streamed through the ESPN app; Other streaming options include ESPN+ and Sling TV.

Several streaming services offer discounts for new subscribers. Sling TV’s orange bundle dropped the price to $20 for the first month and will increase it to $40 after that. This package only allows streaming to one device but comes with 31 channels and 50 hours of DVR storage.

sling orangeYouTube TVHulu+ Live TVfuboTVDirectTV streamESPN+
ESPNYesYesYesYesYesYes
ESPN2YesYesYesYesYesYes
ESPNUNOYesYesYesNo (in the Choice plan)Yes
ESPNewsNOYesYesYesNo (in the Choice plan)Yes
ABCNOYesYesYesNOYes
price per month$29.99 (first month)$64.99$69.99 (with ads)$74.99$74.99$9.99

2023 NCAA Women’s Tournament Venues

Below is a full breakdown of the NCAA Women’s Tournament Venues and Venues:

RoundLocationProperty
First FourTop 16 seed hostOn the campus
round 1Top 16 seed hostOn the campus
round 2Top 16 seed hostOn the campus
Sweet 16/Elite EightGreenville, South CarolinaBon Secours Wellness Arena
Seattle, WashingtonClimate Pledge Arena
last fourDallas, TexasAmerican Airlines Arena

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