Women's College Basketball Week 6: Schedule, how watch and bet

Author: Matt EllentuckPublished: 12/13/22

Welcome to Week 6 of the women's college basketball season. UConn is extremely injured, South Carolina remain untouchable, the unpredictable Terps got another big win, undefeated Kansas joined the top-25, and, in turn, Arizona took the biggest AP poll fall down to No. 20.

Let's catch you up on everything you need to know for Week 5 (12/13-18)

What are the key games this week in women's college basketball?

There aren't many matchups between top-25 teams, but here's a comprehensive list of when ranked teams play:

Tuesday, December 13

No top-25 games

Wednesday, December 14

No. 13 Utah vs. Colorado at 5 pm ET on PAC12

No. 11 LSU vs. Lamar at 8 pm ET on SECN+

No. 20 Arizona vs. Texas Southern at 9 pm ET on PAC12

Thursday, December 15

No. 18 Baylor vs. Tennessee State at 12 pm ET on BIG12/ESPN+

No. 1 South Carolina vs. South Dakota State at 7 pm ET on ESPN2

No. 8 NC State vs. Davidson at 8 pm ET on ACCN

No. 16 Oregon vs. Eastern Washington at 9 pm ET (not televised)

No. 10 UCLA vs. USC at 10 pm ET (not televised)

Friday, December 16

No. 3 Ohio State vs. Albany at 6 pm ET on (not televised)

No. 7 North Carolina vs. South Carolina Upstate at 6 pm ET on ACCNX

No. 22 Kansas vs. Tulas at 8 pm ET on BIG12/ESPN+

Saturday, December 17

No. 19 Michigan vs. Appalachian State at 12 pm ET (not televised)

No. 13 Utah vs. UC Riverside at 2 pm ET (not televised)

No. 16 Creighton vs. No. 21 Arkansas at 2 pm ET (not televised)

No. 10 UCLA vs. Cal State Bakersfield at 5 pm ET (not televised)

No. 23 Gonzaga vs. BYU at 5 pm ET (not televised)

No. 11 LSU vs. Montana State at 11 pm ET (not televised)

Sunday, December 18

No. 9 UConn vs. Florida State at 1 pm ET on ESPN

No. 1 South Carolina vs. Charleston Southern at 2 pm ET on SECN+

No. 4 Indiana vs. Morehead State at 2 pm ET (not televised)

No. 2 Stanford vs. Tennessee at 3 pm ET on ABC

No. 12 Iowa vs. Northern Iowa at 3 pm ET (not televised)

No. 16 Oregon vs. Charleston at 3 pm ET (not televised)

No. 24 Oklahoma vs. Southern at 3 pm ET on ESPN+

No. 14 Iowa State vs. No. 25 Villanova at 3:30 pm ET on ESPN

No. 5 Notre Dame vs. No. 6 Virginia Tech at 4 pm ET on ACCN

No. 8 NC State vs. Clemson at 6 pm ET on ACCN

No. 18 Baylor vs. No. 20 Arizona at 7:30 pm ET on ESPN2

No. 11 LSU vs. Oregon State at 11 pm ET (not televised)

Who would be the No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament today?

The top of the food chain looks much like it did a week ago with South Carolina in firm command of the No. 1 overall seed, and Stanford right behind them. Ohio State and Indiana would likely be the remaining No. 1s with Notre Dame and Virginia Tech building cases.

Which team are in the top-25 of women's college basketball?

1. South Carolina, 2. Stanford, 3. Ohio State, 4. Indiana, 5. Notre Dame, 6, Virginia Tech, 7. North Carolina, 8. NC State, 9. UConn, 10. UCLA, 11. LSU, 12. Iowa, 13. Utah, 14. Iowa State, 15. Maryland, 16. Oregon & Creighton, 18. Baylor, 19. Michigan, 20. Arizona, 21. Arkansas, 22. Kansas, 23. Gonzaga, 24. Oklahoma, 25 Villanova

(Kansas State dropped from the top-25)

What's the latest news in women's college hoops?

Kansas basketball is back! After a massive 27-point road win over Arizona, the Jayhawks are back in the top-25 for the first time since 2013. Kansas is a super experienced team that retained 11 players including four starters from a year ago.

Also, sadly, Tennessee's star center Tamari Key will miss the rest of this season due to blood clots discovered in her lungs.

Which players should I watch in college for the WNBA Draft?

Rachel Galligan's most recent mock draft for Just Women's Sports has the following:

1. Aliyah Boston, South Carolina

2. Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech

3. Haley Jones, Stanford

4. Diamond Miller, Maryland

5. Ashley Joens, Iowa State

6. Jacy Sheldon, Ohio State

Where can I bet on women's college basketball?

FanDuel typically offers spread, moneyline and point total bets on the games. If you're new to sports betting, The Betting Academy can catch you up on everything you need to know!

As of December 13 at 11 am ET, none were available. Typically odds are available the day of the games.

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