NCAA Tournament Games, Scores: Follow Monday's March Madness action live

The last two spots in the Women's Final Four are up for grabs, and we have two incredible matchups to decide who heads to Cleveland.

The marquee is a rematch of last year's national championship game between Iowa and LSU. It broke spectator records and sparked a match no one will ever forget between Iowa's Kaitlyn Clark and LSU's Angel Reese. The Tigers got the better of the Hawkeyes in that match; Will the rematch play out differently?

In the other big matchup of the night, Juju Watkins and No. 1 USC Paige Buekers take on No. 3 UConn. Will the newbie take on the seasoned veteran?

Here's what we can expect on Monday:

Elite Eight Monday Schedule

Women's Table (Eastern at all times):

7:15 pm — No. 1 Iowa vs. no. 3 LSU (ESPN)

9:15 pm – no. 1 USC vs. no. 3 UConn (ESPN)

live32 updates

  • Another deep Kaitlyn Clark 3 with Hailey Van Lyth put Iowa up 55-49. After a nip-and-tuck first half, a two-possession lead feels huge.

  • We are in the second half. Clark opens with a deep 3 just like the first start.

  • Flau'jae Johnson challenged four Iowa defenders to tie the game before the half.

  • Caitlin Clark led all scorers with 19 points and five assists. She worked inside and out while shooting 3 of 8 from three.

    Angel Reese has been a force for LSU on both ends. He leads the Tigers with 13 points, eight rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks. He gets rebounds on offense while challenging Iowa shots in the paint on defense.

    Iowa shot 7 of 16 (43.8%) from 3 against LSU's 4-of-11 (36.4%) attempt. LSU holds a 23-16 advantage on the boards.

  • 2Q result: Iowa 45, LSU 45

    Again, this is advertised folks.

    Caitlin Clark: 19 points, 5 assists

    Angel Reese: 12 points, 8 rebounds

  • Flau'jae Johnson is very important to LSU. She spins through the defense to tie the game before the half. Johnson had eight points (4 of 6) with two assists. It's not so much how many points she puts on the board, but when she does it.

  • Twenty minutes in, we're no closer to deciding a winner. A thrilling half of basketball by both teams tied the game 45-45 at halftime.

  • Wow, Caitlin Clark cut through the LSU defense for a layup with some sensational balls. tied the game at 41-41.

  • What a battle. Angel Reese and LSU control the paint on both sides of the court. Caitlin Clark and Iowa keep the momentum going from the perimeter.

    Reese had 12 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks. Clark had 15 points and four assists

  • Angel Reese was watched by the coaches on the bench. After she fouled Clark, she fell under the basket in the area near the ESPN camera. She limped down the court toward the bench and didn't put weight on her legs, holding her foot as she sat down. A few minutes later, she was back in the game.

  • She is fine. Reese hit a layup in traffic right after checking back in. LSU leads 36-32.

  • Angel Reese checks in again. Brief injury scare, but he's back on the court.

  • Angel Reese limped to the bike standing on the sidelines after appearing to have changes to her ankle and receiving brief treatment on the sidelines. She now walks back and forth near the side.

  • She gets therapy on the bench as Iowa shoots free throws.

  • Angel Reese jumped off the floor on one leg.

  • 1Q result: LSU 31, Iowa 26

    Caitlin Clark had 11 points and 3 assists. Angel Reese had 10 points and 5 rebounds. It's advertised people.

  • Angel Reese owns the paint and makes plays on defense. He scored eight straight LSU points, including a steal and a conversion to put the Tigers up 27-26. She has 10 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals.

    A 10-0 LSU run put the Tigers up 31-26 at the end of the first quarter.

  • We are off to a rough start. Both offenses are hot. Iowa leads 25-21 with 3:29 left in the first. Caitlin Clark would shoot a free throw on an and-1 after the break. Clark had 10 points and three assists. Angel Reese has four points, five rebounds and two assists. Both her buckets came backwards.

  • Angel Reese is on board. LSU's All-American scored his first bucket on a putback layup to cut Iowa's lead to 17-14.

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