NCAA Women's Tournament Schedule: Connecticut Vs. Georgetown, Duke Vs. DePaul, Texas A&M Vs. Georgia, Baylor Vs. Green Bay

Here's the schedule of NCAA Women's Tournament games for Sunday, as we wait to see who will join Stanford, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Gonzaga in the Elite Eight. All times are Eastern.

At 12:00, No. 1 Connecticut will take on No. 5 Georgetown on ESPN. The two teams met once during the season, with UConn knocking off Georgetown 52-42.

At 2:30, No. 2 Duke will play No. 3 DePaul on ESPN2, with the winner going on to face the UConn/Georgetown winner.

At 4:30, No. 2 Texas A&M will play No. 6 Georgia on ESPN2. Texas A&M only has one loss to teams other than Baylor and Duke this season, and should be able to handle Georgia.

At 6:30, No. 1 Baylor, which beat West Virginia earlier in the tournament, will play No. 5 Green Bay on ESPN2, with the winner taking on the Texas A&M/Georgia winner. The game will be a big test for Green Bay, which only has one loss all year but which has been hidden away in the Horizon Conference. The Phoenix (yes, that's Green Bay's nickname) did beat Michigan State last round, suggesting they can hang with big-time competition.

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