Iowa Women's March Madness Schedule: When does Caitlin Clark play next? (updated March 30)

The Iowa Hawkeyes had a dominant victory in the first round against Holy Cross. So when do they play next?

Holy Cross v Iowa
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The No. 1 seed Iowa Hawkeyes took down No. 16 seed Holy Cross in a decisive 91-65 blowout to move on to the second round in the tournament.

Star guard Caitlin Clark recorded a double-double with 27 points and 10 assists... And one scolding from her father.

The Hawkeyes had no issues in the first round. They did have some hairy times in the Second Round, though against West Virginia. On Selection Sunday, Mountaineers head coach Mark Kellogg told the team and its followers, "Let's win one and then send Caitlin Clark packing." And they tried in a game that went to the wire. But in a down-to-the-wire game, some late and possibly controversial foul calls helped push Clark and Iowa to the Sweet 16 with a 64-54 win.

Clark finished the game with 32 points and eight assists in the win, but the Hawkeyes were on notice after a scare for an early March Madness exit and as the competition stiffens advancing to the Sweet 16. That set up a matchup with Colorado, but it was no contest. A huge game from Clark (29 points, 15 assists) and the Iowa offense overall led to an 89-68 victory that clinched an Elite Eight berth.

One step away from the Final Four, who will the Hawkeyes have on deck?

Who do the Iowa Hawkeyes take on next in March Madness?

Iowa will face the No. 3 seed LSU Tigers in the Elite Eight on Monday at 7 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and should be electric matchup and a rematch of last year's National Championship Game. LSU, of course, bested Clark and the Hawkeyes to win the title a year ago, so now the likely No. 1 pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft will have a chance at redemption.

LSU had a lackluster regular season by their standards, but Kim Mulkey's team has started to put it all together in the NCAA Tournament, including toppling 2-seed UCLA in the Sweet 16 to ultimately set up this title game rematch with Iowa.

Who could Iowa face in the Final Four?

If Iowa advances to the Final Four, the Hawkeyes have a lot to be determined about who they could face. No. 1-seed USC and No. 5-seed Baylor play in the Sweet 16 and could potentially advance to that point, as could No. 3-seed UConn or No. 7-seed Duke, on a bit of a dark-horse run through the tourney. All four would be tough matchups for Iowa.