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The 2021 NCAA women’s basketball tournament features 64 teams playing for a national title. This year will mark the 26th straight year that ESPN has served as the championship’s TV home. All games will be available online via the ESPN app. Here is the television schedule for the 2021 women’s tournament:

Event: The 2021 NCAA women’s basketball tournament

Fordham vs Ohio

Teams: Fordham Rams vs Ohio Bobcats

DATE: Saturday, 20 March, 2021

EVENT: NCAA Women’s Basketball

Time: 11:00 AM EST

TV: WATCH NOW

Arena: Bojangles’ Coliseum, Charlotte, NC.

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2021 NCAA women’s basketball tournament dates, schedule, TV

Date Time (ET) Matchup Network
Sun, Mar 21 Noon No. 12 Central Michigan vs. No. 5 Iowa ESPN
  Noon No. 10 Marquette vs. No. 7 Virginia Tech ESPNU
  1 p.m. No. 9 Wake Forest vs. No. 8 Oklahoma State ESPN2
  2 p.m. No. 13 Idaho State vs. No. 4 Kentucky ESPN
  2 p.m. No. 14 Middle Tennessee vs. No. 3 Tennessee ABC
  3 p.m. No. 11 Florida Gulf Coast vs. No. 6 Michigan ESPN2
  4 p.m. No. 16 North Carolina A&T vs. No. 1 NC State ESPN
  4 p.m. No. 15 Jackson State vs. No 2 Baylor ABC
  4:30 p.m. No. 12 Stephen F. Austin vs. No. 5 Georgia Tech ESPNU
  5:30 p.m. No. 9 South Dakota State vs. No. 8 Syracuse ESPN2
  6 p.m. No. 16 Mercer vs. No. 1 South Carolina ESPN
  7:30 p.m. No. 9 Florida State vs. No. 8 Oregon State ESPN2
  8 p.m. No. 16 High Point vs. No. 1 UConn ESPN
  8 p.m. No. 13 Lehigh vs. No. 4 West Virginia ESPNU
  9:30 p.m. No. 9 Washington State vs. No. 8 South Florida ESPN2
  10 p.m. No. 16 Utah Valley vs. No. 1 Stanford ESPN
Mon, March 22 Noon No. 10 North Carolina vs. No. 7 Alabama ESPN
  Noon No. 14 Drexel vs. No. 3 Georgia ESPN2
  Noon No. 11 BYU vs. No. 6 Rutgers ESPNU
  2 p.m. No. 13 Wright State vs. No. 4 Arkansas ESPN
  2 p.m. No. 14 Stony Brook vs. No. 3 Arizona ESPN2
  2 p.m. No. 13 VCU vs. No. 4 Indiana ESPNU
  4 p.m. No. 15 Mount St. Mary’s vs. No. 2 Maryland ESPN
  4 p.m. No. 12 Belmont vs. No. 5 Gonzaga ESPN2
  4 p.m. No 10. UCF vs. No. 7 Northwestern ESPNU
  6 p.m. No. 10 Michigan State vs. No. 7 Iowa State ESPN
  6 p.m. No. 15 Troy vs. No. 2 Texas A&M ESPN2
  7:30 p.m. No. 12 UC Davis vs. No. 5 Missouri State ESPNU
  8 p.m. No. 15 Marist vs. No. 2 Louisville ESPN
  8 p.m. No. 11 Bradley vs. No. 6 Texas ESPN2
  10 p.m. No. 14 Wyoming vs. No. 3 UCLA ESPN
  10 p.m. No. 11 South Dakota vs. No. 6 Oregon ESPN2
Tue, Mar 23 3 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  3:30 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPNU
  5 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  5:30 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPNU
  7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN
  7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
Wed, Mar 24 1 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  3 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  3 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPNU
  5 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  5 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPNU
  7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
  7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPNU
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Second Round ESPN2
Sat, Mar 27 1 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ABC
  3 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ABC
  6 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ESPN2
  8 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ESPN2
Sun, Mar 28 1 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ABC
  3 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ABC
  7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ESPN
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 ESPN
Mon, Mar 29 7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Elite Eight ESPN
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Elite Eight ESPN
Tue, Mar 30 7 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Elite Eight ESPN
  9 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Elite Eight ESPN
Fri, Apr 2 6 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Semifinal ESPN
  9:30 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Semifinal ESPN
Sun, Apr 4 6 p.m. NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship ESPN

How to Stream March Madness on CBS 

While the broadcast rights to this year’s tournament are spread around, CBS is the biggest player. With the help of your VPN you can watch the biggest March Madness games on the channel, including both Final Four matchups and the National Championship.

Watch CBS March Madness free with Locast

Price: Free
Channel: CBS

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Tune in to the local CBS channel and enjoy the basketball!

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Stream CBS games live on Paramount+

Price: 6 USD/month and up

Channels: CBS

Paramount+ is a great way to catch all 2021 CBS March Madness games live and see if the new service is right for you. A 30-day free trial is available for Paramount+ if you sign up in March.

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Tune in to March Madness streams on TBS, TNT, and TruTV using services with free trials

For the games that aren’t on CBS, there are a variety of cord-cutting services at your disposal that offer free trials.

Stream NCAA games live on Sling TV

Price: 25 USD/month and up

Channels: TBS and TNT (Sling TV Orange); TBS, TNT, and truTV (Sling TV Blue)

Use a three-day free trial for Sling TV and tune in to March Madness 2021 live! You may need a U.S. credit/debit card or a PayPal account to sign up to Sling TV.

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Watch the NCAA Tournament on YouTube TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV

YouTube TV offers every 2021 March Madness game live. Check the schedule below for times. A five-day free trial is available for YouTube TV!

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Head to YouTube TV and use the free trial. You’re all set!

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Stream March Madness on Hulu + Live TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV

Looking for another way to get free NCAA March Madness streams? Try the seven-day free trial at Hulu. You may need a U.S. credit/debit card or a PayPal account to sign up to Hulu.

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Other ways to enjoy March Madness

While the options below aren’t free streams or streams with significant free trials, there are a couple of other ways to take in March Madness action that you should be aware of.

Watch on the NCAA March Madness Live app

Channels: CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV

You can catch games across CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV on the official NCAA March Madness Live app. March Madness Live offers a free three-hour stream of the tournament. Log in with your TV provider after the preview to continue watching.

CBS games are not available in the March Madness Live app for Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Xbox One.

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Catch March Madness highlights on YouTube

Check out the latest highlights, analysis, and historical recaps of all the greatest moments from college basketball’s premier showcase.

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March Madness TV schedule

Time (All p.m. and ET) Date Teams Broadcaster
5:10 March 18 Texas Southern vs. Mount St. Mary’s TruTV
6:27 March 18 Drake vs. Wichita State TBS
8:40 March 18 Appalachian State vs. Norfolk State TruTV
9:57 March 18 UCLA vs. Michigan State TBS
12:15 March 19 Virginia Tech vs. Florida CBS
12:45 March 19 Colgate vs. Arkansas TruTV
1:15 March 19 Drexel vs. Illinois TBS
1:45 March 19 Utah State vs. Texas Tech TNT
3:00 March 19 Oral Robets vs. Ohio State CBS
3:30 March 19 Hartford vs. Baylor TruTV
4:00 March 19 Georgia Tech vs. Loyola Chicago TBS
4:30 March 19 Oregon State vs. Tennessee TNT
6:25 March 19 Liberty vs. Oklahoma State TBS
7:10 March 19 Wisconsin vs. North Carolina CBS
7:15 March 19 Cleveland State vs. Houston TruTV
7:25 March 19 North Texas vs. Purdue TNT
9:20 March 19 Rutgers vs. Clemson TBS
9:40 March 19 Syracuse vs. San Diego State CBS
9:50 March 19 Morehead State vs. West Virginia TruTV
9:57 March 19 Winthrop vs. Villanova TNT
12:15 March 20 Georgetown vs. Colorado CBS
12:45 March 20 UNC Greenboro vs. Florida State TruTV
1:15 March 20 Eastern Washington vs. Kansas TBS
1:45 March 20 St. Bonaventure vs. LSU TNT
3:00 March 20 Texas Southern vs. Michigan CBS
3:30 March 20 UC Santa Barbara vs. Creighton TruTV
4:00 March 20 Iona vs. Alabama TBS
4:30 March 20 Drake vs. USC TNT
6:25 March 20 Grand Canyon vs. Iowa TBS
7:10 March 20 Maryland vs. UConn CBS
7:15 March 20 Ohio vs. Virginia TruTV
7:25 March 20 Missouri vs. Oklahoma TNT
9:20 March 20 Norfolk St. vs. Gonzaga TBS
9:40 March 20 UCLA vs. BYU CBS
9:50 March 20 Abilene Christian vs. Texas TruTV
9:57 March 20 VCU vs. Oregon TNT
March Madness key dates

Here’s the 2021 March Madness schedule. Check your streaming channel of choice for times.

March 18, 2021 – First Four
March 19 – 20, 2021 – First round
March 21 – 22, 2021 – Second round
March 27 – 28, 2021 – Sweet Sixteen
March 29 – 30, 2021 – Elite Eight
April 3, 2021 – Final Four
April 5, 2021 – National championship

Players to watch during March Madness

Here’s a list of players to watch during the tournament that have either NBA potential, or the ability to make a game-changing impact at the NCAA level:

Cade Cunningham, PG, Oklahoma State

With his advanced skill set, Cunningham is the best bet to end up as the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NBA draft. Listed At 6’8” and 220 pounds, the 19-year-old has extraordinary size for his position, which gives him versatility on defense and an improved ability to finish at the rim.

He also excels when it comes to creating shots for his teammates with his advanced basketball IQ, ability to read the floor, and passing prowess. He’s an extremely polished and complete player without significant holes in his game.

Luke Garza, C, Iowa

The towering Garza is the focal point of Iowa’s offense, and one of the most dominant interior scorers in the country. The 6’11” senior is surrounded by shooters in a well-designed Hawkeyes attack, which gives him room to operate in the post.

If Iowa is able to make a deep run in the tournament, the Big Ten Player of the Year will be the most important reason why.

Evan Mobley, PF/C, USC

This 19-year-old has an enticing combination of length and mobility which should make the 7-footer a valuable defender and rim protector. He also possesses some rare gifts on the other end of the floor for a man his size.

Mobley is a capable ball handler, a strong passer, and doesn’t lack shooting potential either. His ceiling is extremely high, but he needs to add some weight and strength to battle with NBA big men in the paint.

Keve Aluma, F, Virginia Tech

While Aluma has consistently produced during his NCAA career, he’s taken an enormous step forward this season, adding a three-point shot to his repertoire and developing into a well-rounded offensive threat.

The versatile junior can also make a difference on the defensive end with his shot-blocking and has become a more willing playmaker over the course of his college career. At this point there are very few holes in his game.
Hunter Dickinson, C, Michigan

Thanks to his 7’1” frame, Dickinson is able to smother opponents inside and get his share of easy buckets. He’s not a pure brute either, as the freshman is able to convert on some difficult finishes, including hook shots.

Michigan has been a pleasant surprise this season, and Dickinson is one of the biggest keys to the Wolverines’ success.

Ayo Dosunmu, G, Illinois

Dosunmu has been productive at the NCAA level for years, but he upped his game this season. Not only did he radically improve his three-point shooting, he also saw his assist rate shoot up, showing that he’s an offensive centerpiece, not just a capable scorer.

The Fighting Illini are one of the best teams in the nation, and Dosunmu will be leading the charge during March Madness.

Davion Mitchell, G, Baylor

Although Jared Butler is a bigger name for the Bears, Mitchell bears mentioning here because of his pro potential. The guard has been a dead-eye shooter for Baylor, converting on close to half of his three-point opportunities — a quality that’s key to both March Madness success and his prospects at the next level.

Jalen Suggs, PG, Gonzaga

Leading a dominant Gonzaga team, Suggs is a rising prospect who is impressing teams with his athleticism, competitiveness, and ability to finish at the rim. He’s also a strong on-ball defender, which significantly raises his floor.

There’s still room for him to improve his shooting range and his half-court playmaking, but there’s no reason to believe he can’t make both of those things happen.

Scottie Barnes, PF, Florida State

Barnes is a polished, high-IQ player without many holes in his game. While he doesn’t possess outstanding athleticism or a deadly shot, he’s a versatile and instinctual defender who’s drawn some comparisons to Draymond Green.

His ceiling might not be quite as high as some of the other guys on this list, but he’s an extremely safe bet to be a positive contributor at the NBA level.

James Bouknight, SG, UConn

There’s no doubt that Bouknight is a talented scorer who can get buckets in the lane or with his strong pull-up jumper. He can create his own shot, but he hasn’t shown much creating for others, which could limit his offensive potential.

The 20-year-old is also on the skinny side at 6’4” and 175 pounds, and could stand to bulk up to better stand his ground on defense.

Moses Moody, SG, Arkansas

Moody is a shooter, plain and simple. He doesn’t wow NBA evaluators with his athleticism or playmaking, and he’s unlikely to graduate beyond a “3-and-D” role.

That’s OK, though. He’s really good at what he does, even if it is fairly limited, and there’s almost no bust potential.
Greg Brown, PF, Texas

Although Brown has all the tools to be an impact player, they don’t always come together in a cohesive way. Theoretically, he can be a versatile defender who protects the rim and guards every position on the floor while using his elite athleticism to threaten the paint on offense. He’s even shown the ability to hit the three-pointer at times.

However in practical terms so far, Brown has been inconsistent in every facet of his game and is more of a project than a complete player.

Who’s playing in March Madness?

Here’s the official seed list of teams participating in the tournament.

  1. Gonzaga
    2. Baylor
    3. Illinois
    4. Michigan
    5. Alabama
    6. Ohio St.
    7. Iowa
    8. Houston
    9. Arkansas
    10. West Virginia
    11. Texas
    12. Kansas
    13. Florida St.
    14. Purdue
    15. Oklahoma St.
    16. Virginia
    17. Creighton
    18. Villanova
    19. Tennessee
    20. Colorado
    21. Southern California
    22. Texas Tech
    23. BYU
    24. San Diego St.
    25. Oregon
    26. UConn
    27. Clemson
    28. Florida
    29. LSU
    30. Loyola Chicago
    31. North Carolina
    32. Oklahoma
    33. Missouri
    34. Georgia Tech
    35. Wisconsin
    36. Maryland
    37. St. Bonaventure
    38. Virginia Tech
    39. VCU
    40. Rutgers
    41. Syracuse
    42. Utah St.
    43. Michigan St.
    44. UCLA
    45. Wichita St.
    46. Oregon St.
    47. Georgetown
    48. Drake
    49. Winthrop
    50. UC Santa Barbara
    51. Ohio
    52. North Texas
    53. Liberty
    54. UNC Greensboro
    55. Abilene Christian
    56. Morehead St.
    57. Colgate
    58. Eastern Washington
    59. Grand Canyon
    60. Cleveland St.
    61. Oral Roberts
    62. Iona
    63. Drexel
    64. Hartford
    65. Mount St. Mary’s
    66. Texas Southern
    67. Norfolk St.
    68. Appalachian St.

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