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Event: NCAA Women's Tournament Eugene
First Held: 1982
2019 Winner: Oregon
Facility: Matthew Knight Arena
NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene TicketsThere will be a lot of quacking in the stands at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene as Oregon Ducks fans fill up many of the seats, hoping to cheer their team on to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals. However, they won’t be the only ones there with those hopes as devoted fans of the competition’s other three teams will have traveled to support their sides as well and will want to quiet those quacks. Whichever school is successful in these three games will take that coveted Sweet 16 spot and be just two wins from the NCAA Women’s Final Four and four wins shy of a national championship. StubHub is your source for NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene tickets.
When was the first NCAA Women’s Tournament?One of the first NCAA Women’s Tournament games in history was played in Eugene, when Oregon played host to Missouri on March 13, 1982. The visiting Tigers prevailed, winning, 59–53.
Who won the 2019 NCAA Women’s Tournament?Oregon had little difficulty with its two opponents at the 2019 NCAA Women’s Tournament. The Ducks took care of Portland State, 78–40, in the first round before dispatching Indiana in their next game, 91–68. Those wins were especially historic for Oregon as the team would put together two more at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regional in Portland the following weekend to advance to the Women’s Final Four for the first time in history.
When will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene be played?If Oregon earns a top-16 national seed for the NCAA Women’s Tournament, the Ducks will play host to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene. In 2020, that announcement, as well as the revealing of the three teams that would join the Ducks here, takes place on March 16 with the games to be played on either March 20 and 22 or March 21 and 23.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene take place?The home of the Oregon Ducks is Matthew Knight Arena. The team’s first game there was a rivalry contest with Oregon State on Jan. 23, 2011; the Ducks won the showdown, 81–72. That contest drew a crowd of 12,320, which would be the venue record for an Oregon women’s basketball game for eight years. It was finally broken on Feb. 15, 2019, when 12,364 attended another UO win over the Beavers; that time, Oregon prevailed by a 77-68 score.
When has the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene been held?Oregon has played host to NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene ticket holders on six occasions: in 1982, 1987, 1994, 2000, 2018 and 2019.
Has the NCAA Women’s Tournament Eugene winner ever won the national championship?No team has advanced from the NCAA Tournament Eugene all the way to lifting the national championship trophy. The 2018–19 Ducks squad was the only one to ultimately move on from this event to play in the NCAA Women’s Final Four while the 2017–18 Oregon team was the only other one to advance from there to an NCAA Women’s Tournament Regional championship game.
What are NCAA Women’s Tournament games like?For NCAA Women’s Tournament games involving the Ducks, the most appropriate word to describe the atmosphere is "electric." Oregon fans have started supporting their team in increasing numbers over the past few years, and the intensity that they bring is second to none when it comes to postseason play. Any games played at this event not involving Oregon will have smaller crowds, but the intensity on the court and amongst the fans will be high as well.
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