Women’s Final Four Odds: Spreads, Totals For South Carolina vs. Louisville, UConn vs. Stanford

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Aliyah Boston and South Carolina are large betting favorites over Louisville in the women's Final Four (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

The Final Four of the 2022 Women’s NCAA Tournament is set with the semifinals taking place Friday. Three of the four No. 1 seeds are still fighting for the championship. UConn, the No. 2 seed from the Bridgeport Region, is the outlier this week in Minneapolis.  Per odds around the betting market Thursday evening, Stanford can be found for as cheap as -1 over UConn, while the Huskies are available for +1.5 at several sportsbooks. In the earlier tip, South Carolina is a consensus -8.5 over Louisville.

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South Carolina vs. Louisville Betting Lines

South Carolina is an 8.5-point favorite marketwide in the first semifinal.

FanDuel, BetRivers, and BetMGM all have the total at 119.5 while DraftKings has a slightly higher 120.

South Carolina has looked like the best team throughout the tournament. Only once in its first four matchups did its opponent score over 50 points, when North Carolina put up 61 in the Sweet 16. They Gamecocks are averaging 69 points per game in the NCAA Tournament.

The Gamecocks are led by Aliyah Boston, who was named Naismith Player of the Year ahead of the Final Four. Boston led the team with 19 points in their 80-50 win over Creighton in the Elite Eight.

Louisville has also had a dominant run so far, winning by double digits in its last two matchups. The Cardinals need to continue to be stout defensively against the Gamecocks if they want to pull off the upset. Emily Engstler is their defensive leader and has been terrific for Louisville all season. Against Michigan, she had 16 rebounds and six steals in the win.

The Cardinals are looking for their first NCAA Tournament Championship.

UConn vs. Stanford Betting Lines

Stanford is a 1.5-point favorite going into this one, although DraftKings is slightly lower, listing them as 1-point chalk.  The consensus total is 128.5.

UConn took down NC State in double overtime in one of the best women’s college basketball games to date. Paige Bueckers was terrific, scoring 15 points in overtime for the Huskies, leading them to a 91-87 win. The Huskies are in their 14th straight Final Four and are looking to win the championship for the first time since 2016.

Stanford is trying to win back-to-back NCAA Championships but will have to go through a UConn team that is peaking at just the right time. The Cardinal are coming off of a tough 59-50 win over Texas in the Elite Eight. Stanford has terrific depth with just about anyone capable of scoring points. This is going to be a great back-and-forth matchup with a trip to the final on the line.


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Kayleigh Toney

Kayleigh Toney

Kayleigh Toney is a Virginia-based freelance sports writer. She’s an avid NWSL and USWNT fan and a lifelong Virginia Tech Hokie.

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