NCAA Womens Tournament Regional Chicago Tickets
Host Team: DePaul University Blue Demons
Governing Body: National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
Relevant Conference: Big East
NCAA Headquarters Location: Indianapolis, Ind.
Divisions of Play: Three, DI, DII, DIII
Women’s Basketball Championship Established: 1982
NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship TicketsEach year, the NCAA holds Division I basketball championships for men’s and women’s teams. The tournament begins at the regional level with 64 teams competing at 16 regional locations that change annually. The men’s team competition was established in 1939, but women’s Division I championship was not created until 1982, a decade after Congress passed Title 9. Title 9 requires both genders receive equal opportunities and treatment from all federally funded educational institutions whether public and private. The DePaul University women’s basketball team has competed in 13 consecutive NCAA women's basketball tournaments. That ties the Blue Demons with seven other Division I programs who have also reached the NCAA tournament 13 consecutive times. The DePaul women’s basketball team has reached the Sweet 16 three times — in 2006, 2010 and 2014. Its women’s basketball team has won the Big East tournament championships in 2014 and 2015. Grab your NCAA Women's Tournament Regional Chicago tickets today from StubHub.
What is the price range of NCAA Women's Tournament Regional tickets?The cost of NCAA Regional Championship tickets differs by location. You can typically plan for a per-ticket cost of approximately $25 to $115. Purchase in advance to obtain better seats.
Where does the NCAA hold its Women's Tournament Regional games?The NCAA has held its women’s basketball championships in a number of locations in Chicago, Ill. Its current location for Chicago competitions is the Wintrust Arena at McCormick Square, formerly known as DePaul Arena and McCormick Place Events Center. The venue on Chicago’s south side opened in 2017 and provides the home court for both the DePaul University men’s and women’s teams as well as the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) team the Chicago Sky. The event center has a seating capacity of 10,387. The easiest access is to take the green line to Cermak-McCormick station. If you come from out of town, McCormick Square which houses McCormick Place is also home to the Marriott Marquis and Hyatt Regency McCormick Place hotels..
Who coaches the host team of the Chicago Regionals?Doug Bruno serves as the DePaul women’s basketball head coach. In 2012 and 2016, he worked as an assistant coach for the USA Women’s National team and helped lead it to its fifth straight Olympic gold medal.
What Big East players in the NCAA women’s basketball championships went on to play professional basketball in the WNBA?The Big East continually produces high-quality players, and the NCAA Women’s Championship brings them together to compete for a place in the Sweet 16. Attending the Regional Women’s Basketball Championships gives you a rare opportunity to see these players before they turn pro. Recent Big East graduates who went on to compete in the WNBA include Danaejah Grant, Aliyyah Handford, Brittany Hrynko and Shakena Richardson.
How is the tailgating scene at the NCAA Women's Tournament Regional Chicago?DePaul University has an active tailgating scene tailored to its basketball teams. The University hosts pep events the three hours before basketball games. These include music, food and pep rally activities. The events usually take place at the Fullerton L or the LP Student Center. Their cost varies, but typically they are free for students who have tickets. Some events are free to ticket holders. You can also tailgate on your own at one of the 28 eateries at McCormick Square.
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