The 2014 NCAA Women's basketball tourney begins today. First and second round games will be played today and tomorrow.
The Sweet 16 will be played next Saturday and Sunday, March 29th and 30th and then Elite Eight games will be March 31st and April 1st.
The Final Four will be played in Nashville, Tennessee on April 6th, with the National Championship game scheduled for April 8th.
All games are broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2, and streamed online using WatchESPN. Regional coverage will used for first and second round games.
There are four regional sites:
Notre Dame, Lincoln, Louisville, Stanford
First and second round games are located around the nation.
Below is today's schedule, all times Eastern:
|Lincoln||2. Duke vs 15. Winthrop||11:00 AM||ESPN2||Mark Jones/LaChina Robinson|
|Notre Dame||8.Vanderbilt vs 9. Arizona State||11:00 AM||ESPN2||Beth Mowins/Stephanie White|
|Notre Dame||5. Oklahoma State vs 12. FGCU||11:00 AM||ESPN2||Melissa Lee/Jimmy Dykes|
|Notre Dame||3. Kentucky vs 14. Wright State||11:00 AM||ESPN2||Mark Kestecher/Brooke Weisbrod|
|Notre Dame||1. Notre Dame vs 16. Robert Morris||1:30 PM||ESPN||Beth Mowins/Stephanie White|
|Lincoln||7. DePaul vs 10. Oklahoma||1:30 PM||ESPN||Mark Jones/LaChina Robinson|
|Louisville||6. Syracuse vs 11. Tennessee-Chattanooga||1:30 PM||ESPN||Mark Kestecher/Brooke Weisbrod|
|Notre Dame||4. Purdue vs. 13. Akron||1:30 PM||ESPN||Melissa Lee/Jimmy Dykes|
|Louisville||1. Tennessee vs. 16. Northwestern State||4:00 PM||ESPN2||Joe Davis/Maria Taylor|
|Stanford||7. Iowa State vs 10. Florida State||4:00 PM||ESPN2||Clay Matvick/Fran Fraschilla|
|Lincoln||4. Nebraska vs 13. Fresno State||4:00 PM||ESPN2||Dave Pasch/Doris Burke|
|Notre Dame||7. California vs 10. Fordham||4:00 PM||ESPN2||Pam Ward/Carolyn Peck|
|Louisville||8. St John's vs 9. USC||6:30 PM||ESPN2||Joe Davis/Maria Taylor|
|Stanford||2. Stanford vs 15. South Dakota||6:30 PM||ESPN2||Clay Matvick/Fran Fraschilla|
|Lincoln||5. North Carolina State vs 12. BYU||6:30 PM||ESPN2||Dave Pasch/Doris Burke|
|Notre Dame||2. Baylor vs. 51. Western Kentucky||6:30 PM||ESPN2||Pam Ward/Carolyn Peck|