The women’s NCAA Tournament continues Saturday with 16 first-round games.
All of the television coverage Saturday will take place on ESPN2.
Fans in Kentucky will be able to watch only one game in its entirety Saturday. That will be UNC-Asheville at Kentucky, which is set to begin at about 4 p.m. in Memorial Coliseum.
ESPN2 is offering a full weekend of women’s NCAA Tournament coverage, but that coverage is regionalized. Fans will see games in their home regions in their entirety, but the rest of the country will see “the most compelling action from multiple games,” which is also known as whip-around coverage.
11 a.m.: Connecticut vs. Robert Morris
12:30 p.m.: Seton Hall vs. Duquesne
1:30: Florida State vs. Middle Tennessee
1:30: Oklahoma vs. Purdue
1:30: Maryland vs. Iona
4: Texas A&M vs. Missouri State
4: Kentucky vs. UNC-Asheville
4: Washington vs. Penn
6:30: UCLA vs. Hawaii
6:30: BYU vs. Missouri
6:30: Notre Dame vs. North Carolina A&T
6:30: Miami (Fla.) vs. South Dakota State
9: South Florida vs. Colorado State
9: Texas vs. Alabama State
9: Georgia vs. Indiana
9: Stanford vs. San Francisco