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March Madness Women’s Tournament Odds & Best Bets

Tim HeaneyDirector of Sports Content
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Last Updated: Mar 18, 2024

The NCAA Women’s Tournament tips off Wednesday, March 20, with the First Four.

No. 1-ranked South Carolina (32-0) does not have a blemish on its record this season and sits as a clear favorite to cut down the nets even before the bracket is revealed Sunday.

Read on for our top picks to make before women’s March Madness betting begins.

Women’s March Madness Champion Odds

Women’s March Madness odds were taken from BetMGM Sportsbook and are current as of Thursday, March 14, at 3 p.m. ET.

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South Carolina(-120)
Iowa(+400)
LSU(+650)
Stanford(+2000)
UConn(+2500)
Ohio State(+2500)
UCLA(+3000)
Texas(+3000)
Kansas State(+3500)
All Others At Least(+4000)

Women’s NCAA Tournament Best Bets

Iowa (+400)

Hard not to back the all-time leading college basketball scorer at plus-money a year after falling short against LSU.

Caitlin Clark’s Hawkeyes have been all but planted in the top five all year and finished conference tournament play No. 2 in the nation.

As the No. 1 team in WCBB in points per game (87.3) and field-goal percentage (51.5), Iowa should sprint through the early rounds toward a potential clash with South Carolina or LSU.

If the regional draws play out as expected, these Hawkeye odds will shrink; lock them in now with our top betting promos.

LSU (+700)

Since we’re still avoiding South Carolina due to lack of value, let’s stick with the other more softly priced powerhouse.

Continuing its ascent under Hall of Fame coach Kim Mulkey, LSU looks ready to advance deep into the tournament and defend its title.

Angel Reese highlights a deep, talented squad that’s just as strong as their 2022-23 championship group.

Women’s NCAA Tournament Sleeper Bet

Stanford (+2000)

Given the large gap between the top three and the similarly capable Cardinal, this juice is difficult to pass up with at least a sprinkle bet.

Regular-season blocks leader (3.5 per game) and third-leading rebounder (12.0) Cameron Brink anchors a squad that finished top-five in points differential (+17.9).

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Tim Heaney

Before joining The Game Day, Tim spent more than a decade in the fantasy sports and betting industry. Having written for ESPN, RotoWire, and USA TODAY, Tim earned an FSWA award nomination for Best MLB Print Article and multiple Top-5 finishes in fantasy baseball rankings contests. Tim has competed in Tout Wars (1 championship), LABR, Scott Fish Bowl, NFBC/NFFC, TGFBI, and RazzBowl (recent 4th-overall finish out of 200+). Drop him a line about TV, music, craft beer & pro wrestling.

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