Texas vs. Gonzaga: TV schedule and announcers for Sweet 16 game

The one-seed Texas women's basketball is favored by nearly a half-dozen points in its Sweet 16 matchup on March 29 against four-seed Gonzaga.

Madison Booker, Texas women's basketball
Madison Booker, Texas women's basketball / Aaron E. Martinez/American-Statesman /

Head coach Vic Schaefer and 1-seed Texas women's basketball have a tough test ahead in the Sweet 16 in Region 4 Portland on March 29 against the 4-seed Gonzaga Bulldogs. Texas puts its six-game winning streak to the test against a team that not too long ago had an ultra-impressive 24-game winning streak amid conference play in Gonzaga.

Texas (32-4, 14-4 Big 12) is appearing in the Sweet 16 for the third time in the last four years and for the first time since 2022. The Longhorns have defeated the 8-seed Alabama Crimson Tide in the second round (65-54) and the 16-seed Drexel Dragons in the first round (82-42) to reach Portland.

Schaefer and the Longhorns won their last Sweet 16 matchup in 2022, topping the 6-seed Ohio State Buckeyes 66-63 to advance to the Elite Eight.

Gonzaga (32-3, 16-0 WCC) has had an impressive March Madness run of its own. The Zags have two double-digit wins in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, beating the 5-seed Utah Utes (77-66) and 13-seed UC-Irvine Anteaters (75-56).

This will be Gonzaga's first appearance in the Sweet 16 since 2015 when it lost to the 2-seed Tennessee Lady Vols 73-69.

Here's a look at the TV schedule, broadcast information, game time, and announcers for the Sweet 16 matchup on March 29 at the Moda Center in Portland, OR, between 1-seed Texas and 4-seed Gonzaga.

How to watch Texas vs. Gonzaga in the Sweet 16

  • Date: March 29, 2024
  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • Location: Moda Center, Portland, OR
  • TV: ESPN
  • Streaming: March Madness Live, Watch ESPN

Sweet 16 announcers for Texas vs. Gonzaga

  • Play-by-play: Courtney Lyle
  • Analyst: Carolyn Peck
  • Reporter: Brooke Weisbrod

This Sweet 16 matchup between Texas and Gonzaga will be played at the home of the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers, at the Moda Center. The game will be broadcast live nationally on ESPN, with Courtney Lyle, Carolyn Peck, and Brooke Weisbrod calling the action on March 29.

Craig Way and Eryn McMahan will also have the call live on the radio broadcast on Longhorn Radio Network.

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