Gonzaga is one of 16 sites the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee announced for the first round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
The Bulldogs are hosting the 2011 tournament in March and have already sold more than 2,100 all-session packages. Washington State is the host for the 2011 West Regional at the Arena the following weekend.
The 2012 regionals are at Des Moines, Iowa; Fresno, Calif.; Kingston, R.I., and Raleigh, N.C.
First round sites are below.
“As a committee we are excited that in 2012 our championship will be hosted by institutions from 14 different conferences, with College Station, Little Rock and Kingston hosting for the first time,” Marilyn McNeil, vice president and director of athletics at Monmouth University and chair of the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee, said in a NCAA release. “Having this blend of sites is important to the committee as we continue to look for ways to grow our game.”
|Hilton Coliseum||Iowa State University|
|Pete Maravich Assembly Center||Louisiana State University|
|Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
|Stroh Center||Bowling Green State University|
|Bowling Green, Ohio|
|Arena at Harbor Yard||Fairfield University|
|Carmichael Arena||University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill|
|Chapel Hill, North Carolina|
|Allstate Arena||DePaul University|
|Comcast Center||University of Maryland, College Park|
|College Park, Maryland|
|Reed Arena||Texas A&M University, College Station|
|College Station, Texas|
|Jack Stephens Center||University of Arkansas, Little Rock|
|Little Rock, Arkansas|
|Memorial Gymnasium||Vanderbilt University|
|Ted Constant Center||Old Dominion University|
|Lloyd Noble Center||University of Oklahoma|
|Joyce Center||University of Notre Dame|
|Notre Dame, Indiana|
|McCarthey Athletic Center||Gonzaga University|
|Tucker Center||Florida State University|
|Mackey Arena||Purdue University|
|West Lafayette, Indiana|