The Big Ten Conference will keep its football championshig pame at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis through 2024 while also announcing that its 2023 women’s basketball tournament, plus the 2024 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, will be heading to the Target Center in Minneapolis, which recently hosted the Women’s Final Four. “We are thrilled to […]Continue Reading
The 2022 NCAA Women’s Final Four logo has been unveiled as Minneapolis prepares to host the event for the first time since 1995. Games will be staged April 1 and April 3 at the Target Center. The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and Minnesota Sports and Events will serve as co-hosts. “Our women’s basketball community […]Continue Reading
The merger between two of the biggest names in sports venues has become official, creating a mega-company that owns some of the biggest names in the arena and stadium business. AEG Facilities, the venue subsidiary of AEG, and SMG, the facilities management giant owned by the Onex company, will combine to form ASM Global, with […]Continue Reading
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