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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

By March 7, 2017 August 2nd, 2017 No Comments

NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament live stream
Channels: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU
Live stream: Sling TV (free 7-day trial), DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial)

From mid-March through early April, the height of March Madness will be underway. Both men’s and women’s teams from across the NCAA will gather for their respective NCAA Tournaments. The women’s NCAA Tournament will take place from March 17th through April 2nd. If you’re looking for a NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament live stream, you’ll find the information you need in the guide below.

To watch Women’s Basketball Tournament online, you’ll need to use an online streaming service. The games of the tournament are set to air on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, but luckily, you can watch all these networks without cable TV. Below, find the best options to access NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament streaming this month.


Get the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament live stream with Sling TV

With Sling TV, an online streaming service, you can watch NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament online for its entirety! No need for a cable TV subscription, as this affordable alternative provides an easy way to stream Women’s Basketball Tournament online, on all your favorite devices. You can use Sling TV on a streaming device, like a Roku or Apple TV, or on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop! Basically, you can watch from anywhere with an internet connection.

In Sling TV’s basic package, which costs just $20 per month with no contract, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, TBS, AMC, CNN and many more. ESPNU is also available as part of the Sports Extra package, for an additional $5 per month. To get the Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament live stream, you’ll want to add that package to have full access, so you’re looking at $25 per month for 45+ channels. No contract is required (so you can cancel any time).

For Women’s March Madness streaming, Sling TV is your best option. It’s actually your best option for March Madness streaming in general! And right now, if you sign up and prepay for 2 months in advance, you can get a free Roku streaming device which will allow you to enjoy Women’s Basketball Tournament streaming directly on your TV! You can also check out the Sling TV review to learn more.

Click here to try Sling TV free for 7 days!


Watch NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Online with DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW is another popular streaming service that can be used for the Women’s March Madness stream. Like Sling TV, this service works over the internet and will require a compatible streaming device, tablet, smartphone or computer to use. It’s best to use a streaming device, like an Apple TV, hooked up to your TV so you can watch on the big-screen. For the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament live stream, you’ll want to choose DIRECTV NOW’s $50/month package.

In DIRECTV NOW’s intermediate package, “Just Right”, you get 80+ channels for $50 per month. This includes ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, the three channels that will host the entire Women’s NCAA Tournament. You’ll also get FOX News, FS1, TNT, AMC, CNN, HGTV and much more. So, while DIRECTV NOW is more expensive than Sling TV, it provides a lot more channels. Check out our DIRECTV NOW review for more.

Click here to try DIRECTV NOW free for 7 days!


The NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament is sure to be one for the record books, with millions of fans tuning in and the best teams in the NCAA D1 division facing off. Check here for the latest news on the tournament, and be sure you’re ready for game day by signing up for one of the services recommended above! You can also check our college basketball streaming guide for more information.

Austin Meadows

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Austin Meadows is a cord-cutting reporter living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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