South Carolina women's basketball score vs. Iowa: Live updates from March Madness Final Four
DALLAS — South Carolina women’s basketball is one win away from returning to the NCAA Tournament championship game for the second consecutive season.
Before they can defend their 2022 title, the No. 1 Gamecocks (36-0) have to get through a Final Four matchup with 2-seed Iowa (30-6) at American Airlines Center on Friday (9:30 p.m., ESPN). The Hawkeyes are led by Naismith Trophy winner Caitlin Clark, who beat South Carolina's Aliyah Boston for the award.
The last time South Carolina played in Dallas was during the 2017 Final Four when it won the first NCAA championship in program history. The Gamecocks are in the midst of a historic season, and two more wins in 2023 would make them the fourth program to win consecutive national titles and fifth to finish with an undefeated record. Iowa has not been to a Final Four since 1993.
South Carolina women's basketball vs. Iowa: Game time, TV info
The game tips off at approximately 9:30 p.m. following the first Final Four game between LSU and Virginia Tech. It will be televised on ESPN.
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