March Madness schedule, odds and TV info for Tuesday’s women’s NCAA Tournament Elite 8 games

On Monday night, a Final Four regular and first-timer reached Friday's women's NCAA Tournament semifinals.

In the final two Elite Eight games Tuesday night, Texas, South Carolina, Louisville and Stanford will attempt to join Connecticut and Arizona in the Final Four.

Connecticut extended its record for consecutive appearances in the Final Four, pushing that astonishing total to 13. Arizona, meanwhile, has reached heights never experienced in program history.

South Carolina, which won the women's NCAA Tournament in 2017, will square off against Texas, which features the potential top pick in the 2021 WNBA draft, Charli Collier.  Later, Stanford takes on Louisville in a showdown of the top two seeds in the Alamo Region.

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Charli Collier scored a team-high 16 points in Texas' upset of Maryland in the Sweet 16. (Photo: Ricardo B. Brazziell, Austin American-Statesman)

Here's everything you need to know about Tuesday's women's NCAA Tournament games (all times Eastern and all betting odds via BetMGM as of 1 a.m. Tuesday): 

No. 6 Texas vs. No. 1 South Carolina

Time: 7 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio. 


How to stream:Watch ESPN, fuboTV.

Odds: South Carolina -8.5; over/under: 129.5. 

How they got here: Texas defeated No. 11 Bradley 81-62 in first round, No. 3 UCLA 69-48 in second round and No. 2 Maryland 64-61 in Sweet 16; South Carolina defeated No. 16 Mercer 79-53 in first round, No. 8 Oregon State 59-42 in second round and No. 5 Georgia Tech 76-65 in Sweet 16. 

No. 1 Stanford vs. No. 2 Louisville

Time: 9 p.m. Location: Alamodome, San Antonio. 


How to stream:Watch ESPN, fuboTV.

Odds: Stanford -10.5; over/under: 133.5.

How they got here: Stanford defeated No. 16 Utah Valley 87-44 in first round, No. 8 Oklahoma State 72-62 in second round and No. 5 Missouri State 89-62 in Sweet 16; Louisville defeated No. 15 Marist 74-43 in first round, No. 7 Northwestern 62-53 in second round and No. 6 Oregon 60-42 in Sweet 16.

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