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Holy Cross Women vs. Iowa Women: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds, injury report and stats

Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes open their quest for a national championship in front of a home crowd with a contest against Holy Cross in Iowa City.

Iowa sealed a No. 1 seed thanks to winning the Big Ten Tournament and going 29-4 on the season, while Holy Cross qualified after winning the Patriot League Tournament with a 21-12 record.

How to watch Holy Cross vs. Iowa, TV channel and streaming

Holy Cross vs. Iowa will be broadcast on ABC, which can be viewed through linear or cable TV and streamed on streaming apps including YouTubeTV, FuboTV, and SlingTV.

Holy Cross vs. Iowa start time, date and venue

Holy Cross vs. Iowa is scheduled to start at 3 PM ET/2 PM CT on Saturday, March 23, with the game taking place at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.

Holy Cross vs. Iowa odds

Holy Cross

+2800 ML (1st Half)


-20000 ML (1st Half)


Iowa -36.5

Total Points

O/U 152.5

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Holy Cross vs. Iowa injury report

Holy Cross: Injury report unavailable

Iowa: Molly Davis - knee, questionable

Holy Cross vs. Iowa predicted lineups

Holy Cross: Cara McCormack, Janelle Allen, Kaitlin Flanagan, Simone Foreman, Bronagh Power-Cassidy

Iowa: Caitlin Clark, Hannah Stuelke, Kate Martin, Gabbie Marshall, Sharon Goodman

Holy Cross vs. Iowa stats

  • Iowa leads all Divison I women's basketball teams in points per game (92.8), assists per game (21.9), and three-pointers made per game (11.3), and the team is second in field goal percentage (50.3 percent).
  • Holy Cross is 225th in DI in points per game with 62.8, but they allow the 17th-fewest points per game with 55.8, and they allow the 10th-lowest three-point percentage with opponents shooting 26.3 percent from beyond the arc.
  • Iowa guard Caitlin Clark leads all DI women's basketball players in points per game (31.9) and assists per game (8.9).
  • Holy Cross' Simone Foreman is 10th in the nation in defensive rebound percentage, as she grabs 28.7 percent of possible rebounds on Holy Cross' defensive end of the floor.
  • Holy Cross did not face a ranked opponent during the regular season.

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Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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