The #2 Louisville Cardinals Women’s Basketball team is expected to roll through their 2021 NCAA Tournament Round 1 match-up against the #15 Marist Red Foxes. As Oral Roberts proved on the Men’s side, big upsets can and sometimes do happen.
Marist and Louisville’s Women’s Basketball game tips-off tonight at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT tonight on the ESPN cable television channel. Watch Louisville vs Marist online free without cable on a phone, computer, TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV, tablet, PS5, Xbox Series X or other device with a trusted streaming service.
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Hulu with Live TV
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Cable or Satellite
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