Final Four game times – NCAA Womens basketball tournament schedule 2010

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It’s early April, but can we still celebrate the last big moments of March Madness?  While the men get set to play their 2010 Final Four in Indianapolis, Indiana this Saturday, the women will also be competing in their Final Four, but in San Antonio, Texas.  The NCAA Women’s basketball tournament continues on Sunday, with undefeated powerhouse UCONN on display, as well as 3 other contenders for this year’s title.  Here’s a look at the Final four game times for the NCAA Women.  (See here for Men’s Final Four info.)

The #1 seed out of the Sacramento region, Stanford, will take on #3 seed Oklahoma from Kansas City region.  Oklahoma won its last game in blowout fashion by 20 points, while Stanford had a tougher task.  They edged #2 seed Xavier 55-53.  Stanford and Oklahoma will meet up at approximately 7PM EST on Sunday on ESPN.  The winning team comes back to the court on Tuesday for the National Championship game.

The overall #1 University of Connecticut Lady Huskies (37-0) will take on Baylor’s Bears in the second game Sunday with a start time of 9:30 PM EST on ESPN.  UCONN has had no trouble whatsoever in the tournament en route to their continued success as the all-time undefeated team in womens basketball history.  According to Sporting News, UCONN has been outscoring their opponents bigtime, 349-161 overall.  There’s always the possibility for a huge upset in the game, although many believe UCONN is going to win its second straight title, in its second undefeated season. 

The 2010 NCAA Womens National Championship game is scheduled for Tuesday 4/6/10 at 8:30PM EST on ESPN.  Many believe that UCONN is going to take it all, based on how they’ve steamrolled through the competition.  But they do call it March Madness, even though we’re in early April.  Miracles do happen and undefeated teams can be beat. Just ask the New York Giants, Superbowl champions of several years ago.

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