Tickets Can Be Had For Final Four

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There are a limited number of tickets remaining for the women’s basketball Final Four in Denver. Call UConn’s athletic ticket office toll free at 1-877-AT-UCONN beginning Thursday at 9 a.m. to purchase tickets.

The Huskies play Notre Dame Sunday at 6:30 p.m. (EDT) at the Pepsi Center.  The UConn vs. ND contest will be followed by a matchup featuring No. 1 Baylor and No. 2 Stanford.

The winners of those two games will square-off for the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. (EDT).

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5 thoughts on “Tickets Can Be Had For Final Four

  1. UconnFan

    I think the NCAA should adopt a policy where teams that have played each other 3 times during the season are put in opposite brackets, they did the same thing last year with UCONN and ND and with Baylor and Texas Tech, but the NCAA does everything in their power to try and prevent two teams from the same conference from meeting in the championship game.

    1. Denise in AZ

      Thanks for the info, John. I just called and got tickets for my group of five. We usually buy tickets from people on the street(sometimes scalpers, but figured the UCONN seats should be good ones. They will be lower level, but we don’t know where until we pick them up at the box office. GO HUSKIES!

    2. Steve Walsh

      UConnFan,

      WCBB tournament committee arranged the brackets for the best chance of 2 All-Americans playing 2 All-Americans in the Final Four.

      If Baylor and Stanford were not paired in the semi-finals, the committee risked losing a game with 4 All-Americans (Griner, Sims, Nmeka, Chiney) and ending up with only 1 All-American (Diggins) in a UConn-ND championship game.

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