This April the best four teams in women's college basketball will descend on Nashville, TN to see
who will emerge from the final two rounds of the Women's NCAA Tournament as the National Champion of the 2013-14 college basketball
season. This is the biggest event of the season, and the words "Final Four" are synonymous with the pinnacle of college hoops.
These athletes have been playing hard all season long just to get to this point, and they won't accept going home this late
in the game. Fans lucky enough to attend any of these three games are sure to witness some of the best basketball of the season,
as these four teams have run the gauntlet to this point, each defeating several quality college hoops teams just to get here.
The stands at Bridgestone Arena are sure to be packed with fans of college basketball that want to see some great hoops action.
You can join them and be a part of one of the most exciting sporting events in the world.
The semifinals of the NCAA
Tournament are scheduled to be played on April 6th, where fans will see two separate games that will result in two teams advancing
to the National Title Game. To come this close and be sent home is a devastating experience for a student-athlete, so expect
to see these players scratching and clawing, doing whatever they can do to make sure they're the ones that advance to the
final. These games will feature some of the best female athletes in the world, and you can be there on April 6th to see them
perform in person.
Two days later, on April 8th, two teams will face off on the court in what will be the culmination
of a season filled with hard work and plenty of victories. Just getting to the National Championship Game is quite the accomplishment,
but don't try to tell that to any team that's ever lost in this game. The two best teams in the nation will hit the floor
with only one thing on their minds, a National Title. This promises to be one of the best games of the season, and there is
certainly the most on the line. Be there to see a National Champion crowned. It only happens once a year and is sure to be
an experience you'll never forget.
The four teams that are lucky enough to make it to the 2014
Women's Final Four are sure to be four of the top teams in the nation. A team can't get to this stage of the NCAA Tournament
by chance, as they've had to defeat several good teams just to reach this point. Making it to the Final Four is a prestigious
honor that is only bestowed on the best teams in the country. These teams will feature the best players in the nation, some
athletes that will amaze you on the court. Being there in person for this event is the chance to see up to three amazing games
in a three-day period.
College basketball is one of the most exciting games to witness
in person, and catching the women's game is always a great experience. These female athletes are some of the most impressive
players you'll ever see in any sport, and they often possess better fundamentals than their male counterparts. When you're
there in the stands for a big college basketball game you'll experience an atmosphere filled with excitement and anticipation.
The games played at the Final Four are about as big as it gets, so the excitement in the air is even thicker than usual. That's
why so many people will be clamoring to gain access to the arena for the chance to see a Final Four contest live and in person.
It's all leading up to the National Championship, the pinnacle of the sport, so you're going to want to be there to see who
comes out on top.
College basketball is a sport that goes back a long way. The women's National
Championship dates back to the early 1980s, when the best female hoops players began competing in a NCAA Tournament of their
own. Louisiana Tech won that first championship, and many teams have been crowned as champions since then. Tennessee has made
it to the most Final Fours, followed by Connecticut and Stanford.
Fans of college basketball
are simply crazed for the sport, and for good reason. Women's hoops is an incredibly exciting affair to witness in person,
and people pack into arenas all across the country every season to see their favorite players take to the court. When you're
there in the stands for a big game you'll see that the passion these fans exude is unrivaled.
two women's college basketball programs share the record for the most National Championships won?
The answer is Tennessee
and UConn, who both have won the title eight times.