NCAA WOMENS TOURNAMENT KNOXVILLE
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NCAA Womens Tournament Knoxville Tickets
First Held: 1982
Location: Knoxville, Tenn.
Facility: Thompson-Boling Arena
Prospective 2020 Dates: March 20 and 22 or March 21 and 23
NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville TicketsOne of the hallowed arenas in the sport of basketball is Knoxville’s Thompson-Boling Arena. This 21,678-seat facility is where legendary coach Pat Summitt paced the court and where she claimed so many of her record 1,098 wins in 38 years. It’s also where numerous NCAA Women’s Tournament games have been held. In 1990, the Women’s Final Four was held here. A visit to this facility is on the bucket list for many basketball fans, and what better time to come here than for NCAA Women’s Tournament basketball games, when so much is on the line for each of the four participating teams? If your favorite school is participating, that’s even more of a reason to head to this historic arena. Go grab your NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville tickets at StubHub.
When will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville take place?The NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville schedule is dependent on Tennessee being one of the nation’s top 16 teams when the bracket is announced in March. If that comes to fruition, the other three selected teams will make their way to Tennessee to play a single-elimination event that will take place over two days, either on March 20 and 22 or on March 21 and 23. The one team left standing will then make its way to an NCAA Women’s Regional and another step closer to the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville games be played?Thompson-Boling Arena, the eighth-largest basketball arena in the world, will play host to these three games. It opened in 1987, and a world-record crowd of 24,563 attended a Tennessee-Texas game that was played there on Dec. 9 of that year. That mark was broken four more times between then and a showdown with Connecticut in 2006; that latter game drew a raucous crowd of 24,653. Thompson-Boling Arena is home to 166 side-court seats and 32 luxury suites. However, the best thing about it is its atmosphere. Every game that’s played here has that extra spark to it, and that’s doubly true for NCAA Women’s Tournament games that the Lady Vols play here.
Which teams will play in the NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville?As long as they continue to be a top-16 seed, the Tennessee Lady Vols are guaranteed a spot at this event every time it is held. The other three teams will be announced on the NCAA Selection Show, which will be broadcast a few days earlier. The one thing that is known is that all four teams will be among just 64 basketball teams that are still fighting for spots at the NCAA Women’s Final Four and for national championship rings.
How much should I expect to pay for NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville tickets?The exact pricing for NCAA Women's Tournament Knoxville tickets depends on a number of factors and will fluctuate on a day-to-day basis. For that reason, you should check StubHub for the current prices.
What is the song that accompanies the games?If you’re attending one of the NCAA Women’s Tournament Knoxville games that Tennessee is playing, you’ll hear the Pride of the Southland band play, "Rocky Top," numerous times. This melody was written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant and was first played at a UT football game in 1972. Before long, it was being played and sung at other Tennessee sporting events too, including during Lady Vol basketball contests. It’s long been a song that UT fans love and fans of other schools love to hate.
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