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

Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers go head-to-head when the No. 1 Iowa Hawkeyes take on the No. 3 Connecticut Huskies in the semifinals of the 2024 women's college basketball tournament.

Iowa advanced to the semifinals with a 94-87 win over No. 3 LSU in a rematch of the 2023 National Championship game. Clark scored 41 points with 12 assists to overcome a much taller LSU team led by Flau'jae Johnson and Angel Reese.

The Huskies overcame No. 1 USC 80-73 to advance. Buckers had 28 points and Aaliyah Edwards had 24 to overcome their opponents, who were paced by freshman Juju Watkins' 29 points and McKenzie Forbes' 24 points.

How to watch UConn vs. Iowa, TV channel and streaming

Connecticut vs. Iowa will be broadcast on ESPN, which can be viewed through cable TV packages and streaming apps including YouTubeTV, FuboTV and SlingTV. The game will also be available for streaming on ESPN+.

UConn vs. Iowa start time, date and venue

Connecticut vs. Iowa is scheduled to tip off at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT on Friday, April 5, with the game taking place at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

UConn vs. Iowa injury report

Connecticut: Azzi Fudd - knee, out; Caroline Ducharme - head, out; Aubrey Griffin - knee, out; Jana El Alfy - Achilles, out; Ayanna Patterson - knee, out

Iowa: Molly Davis - knee, TBD

UConn vs. Iowa predicted lineups

Connecticut: Nika Muhl, KK Arnold, Paige Bueckers, Ashlynn Shade, Aaliyah Edwards

Iowa: Gabbie Marshall, Caitlin Clark, Kate Martin, Sydney Affolter, Hannah Stuelke

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UConn vs. Iowa stats

  • Iowa's Caitlin Clark leads all Division I women's basketball players in scoring with 32.0 points per game, while UConn's Paige Bueckers is just outside the top 10 with 22.0 points per game.
  • Clark and Bueckers are ranked first and second in win shares with 13.0 and 12.1 respectively.
  • The Hawkeyes play at the 17th-fastest pace in Division I with 76.9 possessions per game, and against LSU, the teams had over 87 possessions which indicates a rapid pace. UConn averages 71.4 possessions per game, ranked 125th out of 360 teams.
  • Clark leads DI in assists per game with 9.0, while Connecticut's Nika Muhl is seventh with 6.5 assists per game.
  • Iowa is ranked first in offensive rating at 118.8 points per 100 possessions; UConn is fifth at 112.0.
  • UConn is fourth in assists per game with 19.6; Iowa is first with 21.2.

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