NCAA WOMENS TOURNAMENT COLUMBUS
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NCAA Womens Tournament Columbus Tickets
First Held: 1984
2018 Winner: Central Michigan
2019 Winner: Not Held
2020 Dates: March 20-23
NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus TicketsThe NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus will feature the Ohio State Buckeyes and three other teams, all fighting for one spot in the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals, otherwise known as the Sweet 16. These games will be very well supported by OSU fans while those cheering on the other teams will also show up in considerable numbers. The pressure will also be on these teams as every win moves a school one step closer to a national championship while a loss ends that squad’s season. Imagine being there, watching a potential game-winning shot heading towards the basket as the final buzzer sounds, the season on the line for all 10 players on the court. March Madness creates emotions such as these on a regular basis. If your favorite team is taking part in this event, don that t-shirt with your school logo adorned on it, and head to Columbus. StubHub is your source for NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus tickets.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus take place?Normally, teams playing host to NCAA Women’s Tournament games will play them in the facility where they played the majority of their home games. In Ohio State’s case, this would be the Value City Arena, a 19,049-seat facility. However, when the Buckeyes played host to the 2018 NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus, those three games were played at the St. John Arena instead. That’s where Ohio State’s basketball teams played their home games prior to the opening of Value City Arena in 1988. Regardless, these facilities are only half a mile from each other and accessible for Ohio basketball fans. No matter which venue hosts the tournament, you can get your tickets at StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace.
When will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus be played?If Ohio State is awarded a top-four regional seed, the Buckeyes will play host to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus that season. However, there will be little notice as whether that will happen and who the other three teams will be will be announced on the Selection Show just a few days earlier. In 2020, the hosts and match-ups across the country will be revealed on March 16, and the games will be played in a three-day span between March 20-23.
When was the NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus first held?The first time that Ohio State played host to an NCAA Women’s Tournament game was in 1984. The Ole Miss Rebels made sure their journey to Ohio’s capital city was one full of celebration by defeating the Buckeyes, 77-55. That was the only postseason game in Columbus that year as the tournament field was just comprised of 32, half of the present day’s 64, meaning that only one round preceded the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals. The Rebels then went on to face the Georgia Bulldogs in Knoxville, Tenn. and lost, 73-63.
Who won the 2018 NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus?Central Michigan was the team to earn a coveted spot at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals Spokane in 2018. The Michigan Chippewas cruised past LSU, 78-69, in the first round before pushing past Ohio State, 95-78, to move on to the Sweet 16. Ohio State defeated George Washington, 87-45, in the other first-round contest.
When has the NCAA Women’s Tournament Columbus been played?The Buckeyes have played NCAA Women’s Tournament games at home in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 2004, 2009, 2011, 2016 and 2018.
Has the NCAA Women’s Final Four ever been played in Columbus?Columbus’ Nationwide Arena played host to the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the first time in 2018, which meant fans in Columbus got to experience six NCAA Women’s Tournament games live that year.
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