Florida Gulf Coast, Toledo Draws Major Disturbances; NCAA Women’s Tournament Day 2 results, schedule, TV

After a first day of big wins, a few seed upsets and all-around good basketball, March Madness continues on Saturday. The NCAA Women’s Tournament concludes the first round with 16 games. The ESPN family of networks will televise the entire tournament, culminating in the national championship game on April 2 on ABC. For a deeper dive into Saturday’s slate, check out the what-to-watch guide.

No. 5 Louisville vs. No. 12 Drake, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
No. 5 Oklahoma vs. No. 12 Portland, at 21 (ESPNU)
No. 3 Duke vs. No. 14 Iona, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
No. 4 Texas vs. No. 13 East Carolina, at 10 p.m. (ESPN)
No. 4 UCLA vs. No. 13 Sacramento State, 11:30 p.m. (ESPN2)

No. 1 Indiana 77, No. 16 Tennessee Tech 47 (Recap)
No. 4 Tennessee 95, No. 13 Saint Louis 50 (Recap)
No. 3 Ohio State 80, No. 14 James Madison 66 (Recap)
No. 9 Miami 62, No. 8 Oklahoma State 61 (Recap)
No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast 74, No. 5 Washington State 63 (Recap)
No. 2 UConn 95, No. 15 Vermont 52 (Recap)
No. 12 Toledo 80, No. 5 Iowa State 73 (Recap)
No. 6 North Carolina 61, No. 11 St. John’s 59 (Recap)
No. 4 Villanova 76, No. 13 Cleveland State 59 (Recap)
No. 7 Baylor 78, No. 10 Alabama 74
No. 6 Colorado 82, No. 11 Middle Tennessee 60

Follow all of Saturday’s March Madness action

Everything you need to know about the NCAA Tournament

  • Alissa Pili, Utah’s high-scoring offense speaks out in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

  • Yes, Caitlin Clark flirted with another triple-double, but Hannah Stuelke is Iowa’s X factor

  • Stanford star Cameron Brink will miss the NCAA opener against No. 16 Sacred Heart with an illness

  • No. 11 Mississippi State women move up to No. 6 Creighton after First Four win

  • South Carolina opens title defense with dominant win over Norfolk State

  • Is there a team that can keep South Carolina from a repeat championship?

  • Aliyah Boston, Caitlin Clark and National Player of the Year debate

  • How Caitlin Clark’s 10 career triple-doubles rank in NCAA history

  • Will UConn’s 14-season Final Four streak end?

  • How Washington State embraced its tight end and a Shania Twain song in surprising March run

  • Bracket tips: Iowa, UConn are non-No. 1 seed that could run, plus trendy upset picks

  • Power rankings: South Carolina easily No. 1; Duke, LSU and UCLA trend down

  • Greenville 1 preview: Olivia Miles’ injury shadows Notre Dame’s chances; Portland could surprise

  • Greenville 2 preview: Maddy Siegrist puts on a show; LSU face test

  • Seattle 3 preview: Tennessee looks to break through; watch out UConn

  • Seattle 4 preview: Texas aims for breakthrough; Louisville’s No. 5 seed story worth watching

  • 7 Women’s Basketball Players to Watch in the NCAA Tournament

  • Cinderella: 7 teams that could crash the dance

  • NCAA Tournament bracket revealed: Aliyah Boston, South Carolina takes No. 1 overall seed

  • Here’s what the women’s NCAA Tournament selection committee got right and wrong

  • Printable March Madness Women’s Bracket

  • Records: Who has won the most championships, made the most Final Fours and more for women’s basketball

  • Every winner, Final Four Most Outstanding Player and site of all time for women’s basketball

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