Four cities have been named finalists to host the 2025 or 2026 NCAA Women’s Final Four, including two cities that have hosted before and two that have not. The two championships will be staged in either Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena); Phoenix (Talking Stick Resort Arena); Portland, Oregon (Moda Center); or Tampa, Florida (Amalie Arena). “The […]Continue Reading
Television ratings were up last year for the NCAA Women’s Final Four and this year, they may very well go up again. ESPN has announced that it will air the entirety of the 2020 Women’s Final Four in New Orleans on its flagship network. Those games will include not just the finals on April 5 […]Continue Reading
The NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament will underdog a revamp in its format starting in 2023, with regional sites cut to two from four host cities as the bid process begins at the end of August. The change was approved at the recent meeting of the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee in Indianapolis. Instead of four […]Continue Reading
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