2024 NCAA Tournament scores, games and updates: Follow the March Madness live stream on Saturday

The men's tournament begins in the second round, while the women's tournament continues with the first round on Saturday.

While the afternoon of matches mostly features women's clashes, the evening leans more towards the men's. Either way, it will be another packed day of NCAA Tournament action from start to finish.

Here's your complete guide to a long day of basketball watching.

Saturday afternoon

Men's schedule:

No. 2 Arizona 78, No. 7 Dayton 68

No. 5 Gonzaga 89, No. 4 Kansas 68

Ladies schedule:

No. 6 Tennessee 92, No. 11 Green Bay 63

No. 3 Yukon 86, No. 14 Jackson State 64

No. 4 Indiana 89, No. 13 Fairfield 56

No. 8 Kansas 81, No. 9 Michigan 72

No. 2 Notre Dame 81, No. 15 Kent State 67

No. 3 NC State 64, No. 14 Chattanooga 45

No. 1 Iowa 91, No. 16 Holy Cross 65

No. 6 Syracuse 74, No. 11 Arizona 69

No. 5 Oklahoma 73, No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast 70

No. 1 USC 87, No. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 55

No. 7 Ole Miss 67, No. 10 Marquette 55

Saturday evening

Men's table (All Eastern times)

No. 1 North Carolina 85, No. 9 Michigan State 69

No. 2 Iowa State 67, No. 7 Washington State 56

7:10pm – No. 11 NC State vs. No. 14 Oakland (TBS/TruTV)

8 p.m. – No. 2 Tennessee vs. No. 7 Texas (CBS)

8:40 PM – No. 3 Illinois vs. No. 11 Duquesne (TNT)

9:40 p.m. – No. 3 Creighton vs. No. 11 Oregon (TBS/TruTV)

Women's table (All Eastern times)

No. 8 West Virginia 63, No. 9 Princeton 53

No. 7 Creighton 87, No. 10 UNLV 73

7:30 PM – No. 4 Gonzaga vs. No. 13 UC Irvine (ESPN2)

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9:30 p.m. – No. 2 UCLA vs. No. 15 California Baptist (ESPN2)

10 p.m. – No. 5 Utah vs. No. 12 South Dakota State (ESPNU)

He lives121 update

  • Final: Creighton 87, UNLV 73

    The Bluejays won this one handily, taking a seven-point lead in the first quarter and never looking back. Lauren Jensen and Emma Ronsick led Creighton with 25 and 23 points, respectively.

  • Hot start for the Illini against Duquesne

  • Here's Townsend's green light:

  • Trey Jack Gulk cut it to 1 and then Trey Townsend and -1 to give Oakland their first lead of the night, 63-61!

  • Jack Gohlke drills his 5th 3rd of the game plus AND-1 to cut NC State's lead to 56-54!

  • Toby Awaka and the Vols have an early lead over Texas in the battle of the orange jerseys.

  • Could the Cinderella run continue for the Golden Grizzlies? NC State leads 53-50.

  • DJ Burns (13 points) Wolfpack holds on to lead over Oakland

  • Final: Iowa State 67, Washington State 56

    The Hurricanes broke the deadlock in the first half with a 6-0 run and were able to keep the Cougars at arm's length in the second half to move to the Sweet 16. Four different Hurricanes scored in double figures in the win.

  • The Hurricanes remain strong late here in the Eastern Conference in the second round. There's just over a minute left in the game now.

  • Final: West Virginia 63, Princeton 53

    The Mountaineers handle business in an 8-9 matchup and now advance to face Caitlin Clark and Iowa. JJ Quinerly led the way with 29 points for West Virginia.

  • West Virginia advances in the Albany 2 Regional, setting up the first of many huge contests for top-seeded Iowa and Kaitlin Clark. The Mountaineers' defense ranks in the top 50 allowing opponents to average 57.8 ppg. In the first round, they held the Tigers to 53 points after Princeton averaged 69.7 this season. Princeton had scored fewer than 60 goals only twice before the tournament.

    Iowa's offense needs to be firing on all cylinders to get out of Iowa City. Hopefully for Iowa State, running back Hannah Stolke will be ready to go after missing most of the first round games due to migraine symptoms.

  • Washington State is running out of time in this case. We have less than 4 minutes now and it's a 9-point game.

  • Oakland and NC State are a one-possession game heading into halftime.

  • Final: North Carolina 85, Michigan State 69

    The Tar Heels looked like a veteran and cohesive team in this one and never gave the Spartans a chance to come back. RJ Davis led the way with 20 points, Armando Bacot added 18 points, and Harrison Ingram finished with 17 points.

  • The Hurricanes went on a short run and now have a 45-37 lead with 11:12 left in the second half.

  • Jack Gohlke had his third hat-trick of the game.

  • It will take a hard effort for Michigan State to get back to this now.

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