LSU vs. Virginia Tech live score, updates, highlights from 2023 Women's Final Four game

LSU vs. Virginia Tech live score, updates, highlights from 2023 Women's Final Four game

The past three decades of NCAA Women's Tournaments have seen powerhouses like UConn, Tennessee and Stanford regularly make Final Four appearances.

That has changed this year, but the amount of star power in the national semifinals remains the same.

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Virginia Tech made program history this week by defeating Ohio State to advance to its first Final Four. The Hokies' opppnent Friday, LSU, is also riding high. Angel Reese's transfer to the Tigers gave them the boost they needed to make it farther than they have since 2008.

In Friday's second Final Four game, South Carolina is looking to take home the title for a second consecutive year and become the 10th team in NCAA women's history to complete an undefeated season.

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The Gamecocks' opponent, Iowa, has the best women's basketball player in the country in Caitlin Clark. She shattered records against Louisville while pushing the Hawkeyes into the second Final Four appearance in program history and their first in 30 years.

The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for 1-seed Virginia Tech vs. 3-seed LSU in the NCAA Women's Tournament. Follow below for complete results from the Women's March Madness Final Four game.

(All times Eastern)

7:11 p.m.: LSU wins the tipoff and knocks in a two right off the bat. An LSU cheerleader had to be boosted to get the ball unstuck from the net on Virginia Tech's failed shot attempt in the first 33 seconds of the game.

LSU cheerleaders for the win.— Matt Schick (@ESPN_Schick)

7:05 p.m.: The starting lineups have been released.

For the Tigers:

For the Hokies:

7:02 p.m.: A championship title on the line tonight.

5, 𝗙𝗜𝗡𝗔𝗟 𝗙𝗢𝗨𝗥, 3, 2, 1#WFinalFour— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB)

6:55 p.m.: LSU vs. Virginia Tech will be showcasing two of the top players in the league with Angel Reese and Elizabeth Kitley. Reese has 32 double-doubles on the season, one away from breaking the Division I record, while Kitley has 22 double-doubles. Here's their stats from the tournament alone:

All-American matchup on deck 🍿— Just Women’s Sports (@justwsports)

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6:44 p.m.: The Tigers and Hokies have arrived to the madness at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. This matchup is going to be a good one. BetMGM has LSU as the favorites at -1.5 and the over/under sits at 133.5.

Shots 🆙Final Four 🔜#WFinalFour x @HokiesWBB— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB)

Hokies in the HOUSE#WFinalFour x @HokiesWBB— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB)

LSU is locked in 🔒#WFinalFour x @LSUwbkb— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB)

The Tigers take Dallas 😈#WFinalFour x @LSUwbkb— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB)

6:36 p.m.: Kim Mulkey (see also: YaYa) is matching with her granddaughter Sage at tonight's matchup in a hot pink top with flowers on the sleeves. Adorable.

Let’s Geaux— LSU Women's Basketball (@LSUwbkb)

Sage is matching with YaYa 🥹Life is good— LSU Women's Basketball (@LSUwbkb)

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LSU vs. Virginia Tech will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. The game is also being live streamed through the ESPN app and Sling TV.

MORE: Watch 2023 NCAA Women's Tournament games live on Sling TV

The Final Four game between LSU and Virginia Tech will tip off at 7 p.m. ET from American Airlines Center in Dallas.

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