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Women's NCAA tournament 2024: How to watch the Elite Eight games tonight

The women's Elite Eight games continue tonight.

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark (22) brings the ball up court against Colorado during the fourth quarter of a Sweet Sixteen round college basketball game during the NCAA Tournament, Saturday, March 30, 2024, in Albany, N.Y. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)
Caitlin Clark and Iowa play LSU this Monday in the Elite Eight round of March Madness. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink) (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

The madness of the women’s NCAA tournament continues this Monday with more Elite Eight games. The Elite Eight featured the four top seeds against four No. 3 seeds. No. 1 Iowa vs. No. 3 LSU and No. 1 Southern California vs. No. 3 UConn both tip off tonight. How’s your bracket faring? The women’s Elite Eight round tips off this afternoon starting with Iowa vs. LSU at 7:15 p.m. on ESPN. Are you ready to watch? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the women's Elite Eight games of March Madness, including the full schedule for the NCAA tournament, how to watch games for free and more. And if you're looking for ways to watch the men's March Madness tournament, we've got you covered there, too.

How to watch the Elite Eight March Madness games:

Date: Monday, Apr. 1

TV Channel: ESPN

Streaming: Sling Orange & Blue

When do the Elite Eight games start?

The women’s NCAA tournament continues with the Elite Eight round this Sunday, Mar. 31, tipping off with South Carolina vs. Oregon State.

March Madness Elite Eight schedule:

Sunday, Mar. 31

  • (1) South Carolina vs. (3) Oregon State

  • (1) Texas vs. (3) NC State

Monday, Apr. 1

  • (1) Iowa vs. (3) LSU: 7:15 p.m. (ESPN)

  • (1) Southern California vs. (3) UConn: 9:15 p.m. (ESPN)

March Madness channel:

The remaining Elite Eight games of the women's tournament will air on ESPN. Games for the women's NCAA tournament will air across ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPNews.

The men's NCAA March Madness tournament will air live across a combination of CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. If you don't currently get all those channels, here's what we recommend:

  • For live local channels like CBS or ABC, we recommend looking into an old school TV antenna, or signing up for Paramount+ with SHOWTIME, which includes access to live CBS coverage.

  • For access to games on TBS, TNT and truTV, HBO's Max is currently still offering its sports add-on (B/R Sports) free for subscribers of any Max tier.

  • If you only want to add one subscription to your arsenal, some live TV streaming services offer all the channels you'll need to keep up with March Madness, like DirecTV, Sling's Orange & Blue plan and YouTube TV.

How to watch the women's Sweet 16 March Madness games:

Starting at $30 for your first month, Sling TV's Orange & Blue plan offers ABC, ESPN, TNT, TBS, TruTV, ESPN and ESPN2 — AKA nearly every channel you'll need to watch both men's and women's March Madness (along with 30+ other channels). A Sling subscription also includes 50 hours of free DVR storage, so if you’re worried about missing any of the NCAA action, you can always record games.

For the women's NCAA tournament, you'll need access to ESPNU and ESPNews, which you can get with Sling's $11/monthly Sports Extra add-on.

  • Almost every game for the men's and women's tournament
  • No games on CBS
$41 for your first month at Sling

March Madness schedule 2024:

  • March 19-20: First Four games in Dayton, Ohio

  • March 21-22: First round games at various locations

  • March 23-24: Second round games at various locations

  • March 28-29: Sweet 16 games at various locations

  • March 30-31: Elite Eight games at various locations

  • April 6: Final Four games at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

  • April 8: NCAA Championship Game at Start Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

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