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NCAA Womens Tournament Raleigh Tickets
Event: NCAA Women's Tournament Raleigh
First Held: 1982
2019 Winner: North Carolina State
Facility: Reynolds Coliseum
Arena Capacity: 5,500
NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh TicketsWill the Wolfpack be howling at the end of the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh, or will it be one of the three visiting teams that will advance to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals? Regardless, this event is sure to be an entertaining one as four of the field’s 64 teams battle for a spot in the Sweet 16. The stands will be packed by a considerable number of energetic North Carolina State fans and smaller numbers of just-as-passionate supporters of the other three teams. The drama could get intense. Perhaps one shot at the buzzer will decide which team moves on to the next round and which will instead see its season end once that ball tickles the twine or bounces off the rim. Is your favorite team playing at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh? Perhaps you just want to watch some quality basketball. Either way, grab your NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh tickets at StubHub.
When was the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh first played?North Carolina State not only hosted the NCAA Women’s Tournament in the first NCAA Women’s Tournament played, but the Wolfpack also played host to the 1982 NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals a week later. Initially, NCSU knocked off Northwestern, 75–71. However, the Wolfpack’s stay at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals was a short one as Cheyney ended its season in the team’s following contest, 74–68. The Wolves ended up advancing to the initial NCAA Women’s Final Four, defeating Kansas State, 93–71, in their next contest in Raleigh.
Who won the 2019 NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh?The Wolfpack had a tough first round contest with Maine at the 2019 NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh but was able to get past the Black Bears, 63–57. A more comprehensive performance followed: NCSU defeated Kentucky, 72–57, in the second round to win this competition. The Wildcats had advanced to that stage in the tournament after beating Princeton, 82–77, a couple of days earlier in Raleigh.
When has the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh been played?North Carolina State has played host to NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh games in 12 different seasons: in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1998, 2001, 2007, 2018 and 2019.
When will the next NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh take place?If North Carolina State is awarded a top-16 national seed on the Selection Show that precedes the start of the NCAA Women’s Tournament, it will play host to the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh. That means that the turnaround is a short one. In 2020, the Selection Show airs on March 16, and the first games in Raleigh would take place on either March 20 or 21 with the second round contest occurring two days later.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh be played?Reynolds Coliseum will play host to NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh and appear before the ticket holders. This historic venue has played host to North Carolina State basketball games since opening in 1949. When it opened, it was the Southeast’s largest basketball arena. The facility had a capacity of 8,300, but that has since been reduced to 5,500 to provide a more intimate environment for the women’s squad.
Has a national champion ever come from the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh?A national champion has never come from the NCAA Women’s Tournament Raleigh, but one NCAA Women’s Final Four team has. In 1998, North Carolina State opened tournament play with wins over Maine and Youngstown State by 89–64 and 88–61 scores, respectively, on its home court before running off two more victories at the NCAA Women’s Tournament Regionals Dayton. There, the Wolfpack knocked off Old Dominion, 55–54, and UConn, 60–52. Its run finally came to an end in the national semifinals, falling to Louisiana Tech, 84–65, in Kansas City, Mo.
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