Caitlin Clark schedule: How to watch Iowa women’s basketball games live during 2024 March Madness

It’s the beginning of the end. Caitlin Clark is about to embark on her final journey as a Hawkeye. Can Iowa take it all home this time?

After coming up just short in last year’s NCAA tournament, Iowa is a favorite to win the national championship this time. Maybe it’s the six-game win streak or how the Hawkeyes rallied to win the Big Ten tournament championship in overtime, but it’s safe to say they look as tough as ever right now.

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Their journey to the Final Four won’t be easy. It could include a Sweet 16 meeting with Kansas State, who was one of four teams to take down the Hawkeyes in the regular season. Should they come out unscathed, they may have to face LSU in an Elite Eight rematch of last season’s final.

Ahead of Iowa is one of the toughest roads to the Final Four there is in the tournament. The only thing the Hawkeyes can do for now is focus on one game at a time. That begins Saturday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena against No. 16 Holy Cross or UT Martin, who play in the First Four on Thursday.

Let the games begin. 

Here’s everything to know to watch Clark and Iowa in the NCAA tournament.

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How to watch Caitlin Clark in 2024 March Madness

  • TV channel: ABC, ESPN
  • Live stream: Sling

Iowa’s first-round game will be broadcast on ABC. Should the Hawkeyes advance, their game will be shown on one of ESPN’s family of networks, which includes ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, and ABC. The Final Four is already scheduled for ESPN, and the championship game will be on ABC.

Cord-cutters can find all the games on Sling, as well.

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Iowa women’s basketball schedule

The Hawkeyes control their destiny in the NCAA tournament. Even though they advanced to the championship game last year and earned a No. 1 seed this time around, anything can happen. It’s called March Madness for a reason.

Iowa begins its championship run on Saturday, March 23 against Holy Cross. Iowa hosts the first two rounds at Carver-Hawkeye Arena and heads to Albany, New York, for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight should it keep winning. Here’s a closer look breaking down Iowa’s opponents and most likely path to the Final Four.

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The Final Four and championship game will be in Cleveland, Ohio, with or without Clark and the Hawkeyes.

Here’s a look at their schedule, should they win every tournament game and make a second-straight finals appearance. 

Round Date Location Opponent Time (ET) TV/Live stream
1 Sat., March 23 Iowa City, IA vs. (16) Holy Cross 3 p.m. ABC
2 Mon., March 25   vs. (8) West Virginia 8 p.m.  ESPN
Sweet 16 Sat., March 30 Albany, NY vs. TBD TBD TBD
Elite Eight Mon., April 1   vs. TBD TBD TBD
Final Four Fri., April 5 Cleveland, OH vs. TBD TBD ESPN
National championship Sun., April 7   vs. TBD 3 p.m. ABC

When is Women’s March Madness 2024?

The first round of the 2024 NCAA women’s basketball tournament kicks off Thursday, March 22. It continues at select college campuses before heading to Portland, Oregon, and Albany, New York, for regionals.

The Final Four and national championship will be held Friday, April 5 and Sunday, April 7 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • First Four: March 20-21
  • First round: March 22-23
  • Second round: March 24-25
  • Sweet 16: March 29-30
  • Elite Eight: March 31-April 1
  • Final Four: April 5
  • NCAA championship game: April 7

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