NCAA WOMENS TOURNAMENT LOS ANGELES
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NCAA Womens Tournament Los Angeles Tickets
Event: NCAA Women's Tournament
First Held: 1992
2018 Winner: UCLA
2019 Winner: Not Held
Facility: Pauley Pavilion
NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles TicketsThree teams will descend upon Westwood and join the UCLA Bruins at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles with one of them securing a coveted spot in the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals. These games will have all of the drama of March Madness as they’re so meaningful to many of the fans in the stands as well as the players, several of whom will be playing their final games there. Perhaps one of them might even come down to a buzzer-beating shot. Before you make your way to Pauley Pavilion, make sure to grab your favorite shirt adorned with your school colors. Perhaps you simply want to catch some exciting tournament basketball. Regardless, this is the event you want to be at if you're a fan of women's basketball. Grab your NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles tickets at StubHub.
When was the first NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles?UCLA has a storied history in the sport, and it dates to the 1980s, a decade that included the hosting of the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals Los Angeles in 1983. The first time that the Bruins played host to an earlier stage in this competition was in 1992. On March 18 of that year, UCLA defeated Notre Dame, 93-72, in a first round game here before heading on the road to face Texas in the second round. A dramatic 82-81 win followed before UCLA’s tournament run came to an end at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals Boulder with an 83-57 loss to Missouri State.
Who won the 2018 NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles?UCLA pleased most NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles ticket holders at the 2018 edition of this event, defeating American, 71-60, and Creighton, 86-64, en route to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals Kansas City. Creighton knocked off Iowa, 76-70, in the other first round contest.
When will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles be played?Any time that UCLA is awarded a top-16 national seed by the NCAA, the Bruins will play host to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles a few days later. In the case of 2020, the Selection Show, which will announce if that’ll be the case and, if so, which three teams will join the Bruins here, will take place on March 16. The subsequent games would be played in a three-day span between March 20 and 23. The NCAA will reveal an in-season ranking of the top 16 teams to give an idea of who might be hosting these games, but those announcements will have no direct bearing on what will be revealed on the Selection Show.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles take place?UCLA plays its home games at historic Pauley Pavilion, and NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles contests are played there as well. It’s been playing host to UCLA-related events since 1965, starting with commencement exercises that year. The facility underwent a $135 million renovation, which was completed in 2012.
When has the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles been held?UCLA has played host to first and second round NCAA Women’s Tournament contests in 1992, 1999, 2016, 2017 and 2018. The Bruins are 9-0 in games played at those events.
Has the national champion ever come from the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles?Although the city of Los Angeles has played host to the NCAA Women’s Final Four on two occasions, in 1984 and 1992, no team has ultimately advanced to the Final Four from the NCAA Women’s Tournament Los Angeles as hosted by UCLA. However, the Bruins have twice come close to transitioning from claiming wins at home in the early rounds to reaching this sport’s showcase event, while ultimately falling in the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals final in 1999 and 2018.
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