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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Sunday Sweet 16 Matchups

The NCAA women’s basketball tournament continues this weekend. Here are the match ups for this Sunday in the Alamo Dome, San Antonio, Texas.

Number one seed South Carolina is facing five seed Georgia Tech at 1 p.m. Stanford and Missouri will be next at 3 pm followed by Louisville-Oregon and Maryland-Texas will close things out at approximately 9pm.

What You Need to Know

South Carolina vs Georgia Tech

This game marks the 33trd match up between the Gamecocks and the Yellow Jackets. South Carolina leads the series 19-13 all-time. The Gamecocks are one of the pre-tournament favorites to reach the Final Four while the Yellow Jackets are making their second appearance in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. The game is playing on ABC.

Stanford vs Missouri

Stanford vs Missouri will follow at 3 p.m. The Cardinal are making their 27th trip to the Sweet 16.

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Stanford is 3-0 all time against the Tigers.

Louisville vs. Oregon

Later, Louisville will play Oregon.

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The Louisville Cardinals lead the series 3-2. Both the Cardinals and the Ducks have gone to the Sweet 16 four times back to back. You can catch this game on ESPN at 7 p.m.

Maryland vs Texas Longhorns

To finish the day, two seed Maryland (26-2) will take on six seed Texas (20-9) Sunday at 9 p.m; the game will be televised on ESPN.

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Although the Terrapins haven’t played the Longhorns since 2014, they remain the favorite, leading the series 4-1. However, the Longhorns are veterans compared to the Terrapins in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, with 16 appearances for Texas compared to Maryland’s nine. Per Maryland Women’s basketball, the Terrapins are averaging 91.8 points per game, leading both the country and the program history. The Terrapins also lead the nation in assist/turnover ratio.

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