(UNDATED) - The two Indiana schools participating in the NCAA women's basketball tournament are in action tonight.
Notre Dame looks to advance to the Sweet 16 as they take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in Toledo.
The Irish improved to 33-and-0 with a 93-42 blowout of number-16 seed Robert Morris in their NCAA Tournament opener on Saturday.
The ninth-seeded Sun Devils advanced with a 69-61 victory over number-eight seed Vanderbilt.
Tonight's winner advances to the regional semifinals, which will be held at Purcell Pavilion in South Bend.
Purdue tries to advance as the fourth-seeded Boilermakers face number-five seed Oklahoma State at Mackey Arena.
The Boilers advanced to the second round with an 84-55 win over Akron on Saturday afternoon.
The Cowgirls needed a last-second layup in overtime to get past Florida Gulf Coast 61-60 on Saturday.
Tonight's winner advances to the Notre Dame regional semifinals where they will face the winner of tonight's Notre Dame - Arizona State game on Saturday.
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