March Madness is right around the corner and the favorites are shaking up for what looks to be an exciting NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

Will Angel Reese and LSU repeat as champions? Will Caitlin Clark and Iowa finally win the national title? Will South Carolina cement a dominant regular season with a championship?

Who won the women’s NCAA basketball championship in 2023?

On April 2, 2023, No. 3 seed LSU defeated No. 2 seed Iowa 102-85 to win their first-ever NCAA Women’s National Basketball Championship.

G Jasmine Carson scored a surprising 22 points off the bench to complement the 2023 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player Angel Reese’s 15. Iowa was led by Caitlin Clark’s 30 points in the loss.

The March Madness Women’s final is mostly remembered for Reese taunting Clark with Clark’s signature “you can’t see me” celebration late in the game. Clark defended Reese for the action following the contest.

2024 March Madness Favorites

Here are some of the favorites for Women’s March Madness 2024, according to Betway odds:

  • South Carolina -130
  • Iowa +600
  • LSU +650
  • Stanford +1600
  • Texas +1800


Bet on March Madness odds

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