March Madness

Printable Women’s March Madness bracket for the NCAA D1 Women’s Tournament

The 2023 NCAA Women’s basketball tournament is scheduled to take place from March 15th through April 2nd, 2023. The field of 68 starts tournament play with the First Four and wraps up with the Final Four and championship game at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. This year will mark the 41st time the women’s tournament has been played and will feature the March Madness debuts of Southern Utah, Sacramento State, and Saint Louis. All three teams won their respective conference championship. If you are looking for the Women’s March Madness bracket, we have you covered. It’s time to enjoy some great basketball!

2023 NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Tournament Schedule

For the 2023 Women’s tournament, 32 of the 68 teams who made the field are conference champions that earn automatic bids to the tourney. The remaining 36 teams are offered spots or bids by the NCAA Selection Committee. The last four at-large teams compete in the First Four with the winners advancing to the first round of play. The first two rounds of play are labeled the subregionals this year. A big change this year is the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight will only take place at two locations vice four as was done in past years. For 2023, these locales are Seattle, WA and Greenville, SC. This will also be the second time that the women’s Final Four has been played in Dallas. The tournament was last played there in 2017.

First Four Schedule

March 15—16
Four of the campuses seeded in the Top 16.

Subregionals (1st and 2nd Rounds)

March 17 and 19 (Fri/Sun)

Venue City State Host
XFINITY Center College Park Maryland (Host: University of Maryland)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center Baton Rouge Louisiana (Host: Louisiana State University)
Jon M. Huntsman Center Salt Lake City Utah (Host: University of Utah)
Cassell Coliseum Blacksburg Virginia (Host: Virginia Tech)
Maples Pavilion Stanford California (Host: Stanford University)
Carver-Hawkeye Arena Iowa City Iowa (Host: University of Iowa)
Colonial Life Arena Columbia South Carolina (Host: University of South Carolina)
Edmund P. Joyce Center Notre Dame Indiana (Host: University of Notre Dame)

March 18 and 20 (Sat/Mon)
Venue City State Host
Value City Arena Columbus Ohio (Host: Ohio State University)
Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Storrs Connecticut (Host: University of Connecticut)
Moody Center Austin Texas (Host: University of Texas at Austin)
Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles California (Host: University of California Los Angeles)
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall Bloomington Indiana (Host: Indiana University)
Finneran Pavilion Villanova Pennsylvania (Host: Villanova University)
Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville Tennessee (Host: University of Tennessee)
Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham North Carolina (Host: Duke University)

2023 Women’s Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight Schedule

March 24—27
Seattle Regional
Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, Washington (cohosts: Seattle University and the Western Athletic Conference)
Greenville Regional
Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Greenville, South Carolina (cohosts: Furman University and the Southern Conference)

2023 Women’s Final Four and Championship

March 31 and April 2
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas (host: Southern Methodist University and the Big 12 Conference/Conference USA)


Printable 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Bracket

Many fans are looking for a printable 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Bracket. There are a number available for you to enjoy. We really like the version that you can get online here, or from here if you prefer a blank 2023 NCAA Women’s basketball bracket for March Madness. Alternatively, if you want to check out the action on the men’s side of things, we have their March Madness bracket here.

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