Two powerhouses are coming down to the wire in the Seattle 3 region.
No. 2 UConn and No. 3 Ohio State are some of the biggest programs in their respective conferences, and it’ll show on the court in Seattle Saturday evening.
Jacy Sheldon is the biggest reason the Buckeyes are riding high. Her go-ahead jump shot in the closing seconds vs. North Carolina is what kept them alive, a shot that was the difference in a 71-69 final score.
Several triples from Taylor Mikesell also made sure the Buckeyes stayed ahead comfortably, always holding the lead and stretching it as far as they could against the 6-seed.
UConn hosted a sold out show against Baylor, coming away with a decisive victory to lead their 29th trip to the Sweet 16. Azzi Fudd has been a force since returning from injury. She scored 22 points against the Bears, 16 of those alone in an overly decisive third quarter to help the Huskies on a tough 16-2 run. That was her fifth game since missing 22 earlier in the season.
The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for No. 2 UConn vs. No. 3 Ohio State in the NCAA Women’s Tournament. Follow below for complete results from the Women’s March Madness Sweet 16 game.
UConn vs. Ohio State score
UConn vs. Ohio State live updates, highlights from 2023 Women’s March Madness
(All times Eastern)
Updates will begin rolling in closer to tipoff.
What channel is UConn vs. Ohio State on today?
- TV channel: ABC
- Live stream: Sling TV, ESPN app
UConn and Ohio State will be broadcast nationally via ABC. The game is also being live streamed through the ESPN app and Sling TV.
UConn vs. Ohio State start time
- Date: Saturday, March 25
- Time: 4 p.m. ET
The Sweet 16 game between UConn and Ohio State will tip off at 4 p.m. ET from Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle.
Women’s March Madness schedule 2023
Saturday, March 25
Sunday, March 26
|(3) LSU vs. (9) Miami||7 p.m.||ESPN|
|(2) Iowa vs. TBD||9 p.m.||ESPN|
Monday, March 27
Friday, March 31
Sunday, April 2
Published at Sat, 25 Mar 2023 19:00:04 +0000