NCAA Women's Basketball Tickets
Although the first women's college basketball came took place in 1893 (Smith College - Massachusetts), the sport has really blossomed in the late 20th and early 21st century, as legendary players like Rebecca Lobo, Sue Bird, Brittney Griner, Lisa Leslie and more have demonstrated that the game's best players are hardly confined to the men's version of the game.
Similarly, women's college basketball has been home to some of the greatest coaches to ever step onto the hardwood. Pat Summit's Lady Vols teams, Geno Auriemma's UConn squads and Dawn Staley's South Carolina teams have delighted fans through the years, contributing greatly to the growth of the sport. ESPN regularly televises women's college basketball on its network, and sometimes even brings its College GameDay crew to town to highlight especially big matchups.
In recent years, the women's game has produced stars like A'ja Wilson, Sabrina Ionescu, Paige Bueckers, Alijah Boston, Caitlin Clark and more. In 2023, amazingly talented players and energy-filled arenas is the norm for women's college hoops, not the exception. Women's bracketology has even become a pastime for fans trying to predict how teams will be seeded for the Big Dance.
When you buy tickets to an NCAA women's basketball game, you can experience the passion in person. From tip off to the final buzzer, school spirit, pride and talent form the perfect cocktail of competition that will make the gym electric--and your time at the game, unforgettable.
March Madness and NCAA Women's Final Four 2023
Like their male counterparts, the women of NCAA hoops now get to play in an expanded 68-team tournament that runs simultaneous to the men's NCAA tournament and coincides with the NCAA Women's Final Four. The single-elimination bracket debuted in 1982. It expanded to 64 teams in 1994 and moved to 68 teams in 2022. The Women's Final Four takes place at a different host city.