What channel is South Carolina women's basketball vs. Iowa on today? Time, TV schedule for national championship game

History will be made one way or another for South Carolina women's basketball against Iowa in the national championship game on Sunday in Cleveland.

Either the Gamecocks will cement a 38-0 season with a national title and a win over the team that eliminated them last season, or Caitlin Clark will secure her college legacy with a national championship.

South Carolina dominated in the third quarter of Friday's Final Four win over NC State, while Iowa earned a one-possession win over UConn on Friday to advance.

Here's everything you need to know about South Carolina's national championship game vs. Iowa, including time, TV and streaming info and more:

What channel is South Carolina women's basketball vs. Iowa, Caitlin Clark in national championship game on today?

South Carolina vs. Iowa will be broadcast nationally on ABC. Streaming options for the game include the ESPN app and FUBO, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers. Viewers can also stream the game exclusively on ESPN+, ESPN's subscription streaming service.

South Carolina women's basketball vs. Iowa, Caitlin Clark in national championship game start time

  • Date: Sunday, April 7

  • Start time: 3 p.m. ET

The South Carolina-Iowa national championship game is scheduled to tip off at 3 p.m. Sunday inside Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

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South Carolina women's basketball schedule 2023-24

  • Nov. 6: vs. Notre Dame (in Paris), W 100-71

  • Nov. 12: Maryland, W 114-76

  • Nov. 16: Clemson, W 109-40

  • Nov. 20: South Dakota State, W 78-38

  • Nov. 24: Mississippi Valley State, W 101-19

  • Nov. 30: at North Carolina, W 65-58

  • Dec. 3: at Duke, W 77-61

  • Dec. 6: Morgan State, W 104-38

  • Dec. 10: vs. Utah (in Uncasville, Connecticut), W 78-69

  • Dec. 16: Presbyterian, W 99-29

  • Dec. 19: at Bowling Green, W 93-62

  • Dec. 30: at East Carolina, W 73-36

  • Jan. 4: at Florida, W 89-66

  • Jan. 7: Mississippi State, W 85-66

  • Jan. 11: at Missouri, W 81-57

  • Jan. 15: Kentucky, W 98-36

  • Jan. 21: at Texas A&M, W 99-64

  • Jan. 25: at LSU, W 76-70

  • Jan. 28: Vanderbilt, W 91-74

  • Feb. 1: at Auburn, W 76-54

  • Feb. 4: Ole Miss, W 85-56

  • Feb. 8: Missouri, W 83-45

  • Feb. 11: UConn, W 83-65

  • Feb. 15: at Tennessee, W 66-55

  • Feb. 18: Georgia, W 70-56

  • Feb. 22: Alabama, W 72-44

  • Feb. 25: at Kentucky, W 103-55

  • Feb. 29: at Arkansas, W 98-61

  • March 3: Tennessee, W 76-68

  • SEC Tournament quarterfinal: vs. Texas A&M, W 79-68

  • SEC Tournament semifinal: vs. Tennessee, W 74-73

  • SEC Tournament championship: vs. LSU, W 79-72

  • NCAA Tournament first round: Presbyterian, W 91-39

  • NCAA Tournament second round: UNC, W 88-41

  • NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: vs. Indiana, W 79-75

  • NCAA Tournament Elite 8: vs. Oregon State, W 70-58

  • NCAA Tournament Final Four: vs. NC State, W 78-59 (37-0, 16-0 SEC)

  • NCAA Tournament national championship: vs. Iowa

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