Overall No. 1 seed Stanford and No. 2 Louisville meet tonight in San Antonio’s Alamodome with a 2021 Final Four berth on the line. The Elite Eight game tips off at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.The Stanford and Louisville game follows No. 1 South Carolina and No. 6 Texas, who play at 7 p.m. The winners tonight will meet in the Final Four, joining UConn and Arizona, who advanced with wins Monday night. Here are tonight’s games and the rest of the schedule for the 2021 women’s tournament. Tapping or clicking each link will open the live scoreboard.
– Tipoff: Tuesday, March 30th at 9:00 p.m. EST
– Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex.
– How To Watch: ESPN
– How To Listen: WKRD 790-AM
– All-Time Series: Louisville leads 1-0
– Last Meeting: Louisville won 86-59 on Mar. 23, 2018 (NCAA Tournament – Sweet 16)
Louisville is making its 23rd NCAA Tournament appearance and 12th in 13 tournaments under head coach Jeff Walz. The Cardinals are playing in their 10th straight NCAA Tournament. Louisville is 37-22 all-time. They were 4-11 in their first 11 appearances and are 33-11 in their 12 appearances with Walz. They have moved on to the Sweet Sixteen 10 times, the Elite Eight six times, Final Four three times (2009, 2013, 2018) and twice advanced to the title game. With three Final Fours since 2009, UofL ranks fourth in the country behind UConn (11), Stanford (6) and Notre Dame (6).
Tara VanDerveer is the winningest coach in women’s basketball history with 1,122 career victories, passing Pat Summitt on Dec. 15, 2020 at Pacific.
Stanford earned its 33rd consecutive and 34th overall NCAA Tournament bid by collecting the Pac-12’s automatic berth into the field after winning its 14th conference tournament championship. The Cardinal is 92-31 (.748) all-time at the NCAA Tournament.
No team has won more games away from home this season than Stanford (22)
How to watch Louisville Cardinals vs. Stanford Cardinal: live stream March Madness 2021 NCAA basketball online in the US
The Michigan vs Florida State game is being shown on the new Paramount Plus streaming service, formerly CBS All Access. The game tips off at 5pm ET / 2pm PT, with coverage starting at 4.30pm ET / 1.30pm PT.
Paramount Plus costs $9.99 a month for the ad-free version, or $5.99 a month with ads, but if you sign up for Paramount Plus before the end of March, you’ll be able to get a 1-month FREE Paramount Plus trial. You can watch live CBS content via your local affiliate if you have a full subscription.
However, if you plan on watching every game of March Madness 2021, you’ll need a cable package or streaming service with access to CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV.