NCAA Women's Tournament Schedule: Times And TV Information For Elite Eight Round

Now that the Elite Eight field is set for the Women's NCAA Tournament, here's the schedule of next round's games, which will take place today and tomorrow and will determine who makes the Final Four. All times are Eastern, and all games will be broadcast on ESPN.

In Dayton today at 7:00, No. 1 Tennessee takes on No. 2 Notre Dame. Tennessee hasn't lost since December 14, when it fell to Baylor, but Notre Dame played a brutal schedule that included tough Big East conference matchups as well as out-of-conference games against Baylor, Gonzaga, Kentucky and UCLA.

At 9:00 in Spokane, No. 1 Stanford will play No. 11 Gonzaga. The two teams last played in November in a matchup Stanford won, 84-78.

In Philadelphia tomorrow at 7:00, No. 1 Connecticut will face No. 2 Duke. As usual, UConn looks very tough to beat, and the Huskies trounced Duke 87-51 when the two teams met in late January. Duke only has three losses all season, but UConn still looks like a huge favorite here.

Finally, tomorrow at 9:00 in Dallas, Brittney Griner and No.1 Baylor will play No. 2 Texas A&M. The two Big 12 teams played three times prior to the tournament, with Baylor winning all three. None of those wins were by double-digits, however, so Texas A&M has a shot.

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