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Indiana Women vs. South Carolina Women: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, odds, injury report and stats

The undefeated and top-seeded South Carolina Gamecocks face the No. 4 Indiana Hoosiers in the 2024 Women's College Basketball Tournament round of 16.

South Carolina has more than doubled its opponents' point total in both of its first two tournament games while the Hoosiers beat Fairfield by 23 before winning a close contest against Oklahoma by seven.

How to watch Indiana vs. South Carolina, TV channel and streaming

Indiana vs. South Carolina will be broadcast on ESPN, which can be viewed though cable TV packages or on streaming services including YouTubeTV, FuboTV and SlingTV. The game is also available to be streamed on ESPN+.

Indiana vs. South Carolina start time, date and venue

Indiana vs. South Carolina is scheduled to tip off at 5 PM ET on Friday, March 29, with the game taking place at MVP Arena in Albany, NY.

Indiana vs. South Carolina odds

Indiana Women

+1250 ML

South Carolina Women

-2500 ML


South Carolina Women -16.5

Total Points

O/U 144.5

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Indiana vs. South Carolina injury report

Indiana: No injuries to report

South Carolina: No injuries to report

Indiana vs. South Carolina predicted lineups

Indiana: Yarden Garzon, Chloe Moore-McNeil, Sydney Parrish, Sara Scalia, MacKenzie Holmes

South Carolina: Raven Johnson, Te-Hina Paopao, Bree Hall, Chloe Kitts, Kamilla Cardoso

Indiana vs. South Carolina stats

  • South Carolina scores the second-most points per game in Division I women's basketball (86.3) while allowing the 11th-fewest points per game (55.4).
  • Indiana is ranked 15th in points per game with 79.6 and allows the 176th-fewest points per game (63.9) out of 360 teams.
  • The Hoosiers play at the 123rd-fastest pace with 71.5 possessions per game; South Carolina plays at the 46th-fastest pace with 74.4 possessions per game.
  • South Carolina is ranked second in defensive rebounds per game (32.0) and third in total rebounds per game (46.5); Indiana is ranked 51st in defensive rebounds with 27.6 per game and is ranked 233rd in total rebounds with 35.4 per game.
  • The Gamecocks and Hoosiers are ranked second and third in three-point percentage, making those shots at rates of 39.8 percent and 39.6 percent, respectively.
  • South Carolina leads the nation with 7.9 blocks per game, led by 6-foot-7 center Kamilla Cardoso's 2.6 blocks per game and 6-foot-3 forward Ashlyn Watkins' 2.4 blocks per game.
  • Gamecocks guard Te-Hina Paopao leads the nation with a 47.6 three-point percentage.

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