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The Women’s NCAA tournament has reached its climax with the Final Four set to feature South Carolina, Iowa, UConn, and NC State. As the championship nears, Tony Anderson examines the major storylines that will shape this year’s tournament.

In a record-breaking Elite Eight game between Iowa and LSU, 12.3 million viewers tuned in to watch the game. This was the most-viewed women’s college basketball game ever and the highest-rated college basketball game on ESPN platforms. With LSU failing to defend their national championship title, Iowa emerged victorious with a score of 94-87.

The Elite Eight games were a huge success in terms of viewership, with Iowa-LSU leading the pack with its record-breaking numbers. USC-UConn, Oregon State-South Carolina, and NC State-Texas also drew millions of viewers, solidifying this year’s Elite Eight as the most-watched on record.

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark had an impressive performance in the Elite Eight, scoring 41 points, 12 assists

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