ACC Institutions Selected as Host Sites for the 2014 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship

ACC Institutions Selected as Host Sites for the 2014 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship

Wednesday October 9, 2013


GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Four Atlantic Coast Conference institutions have been selected as host sites for the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. Duke, Maryland and North Carolina have been chosen to host first-and second-round games, while Notre Dame has been selected to host regional round games. The sites were announced Wednesday by the NCAA.

First-round action at College Park, Md., Durham, N.C., and Chapel Hill, N.C., will take place on either Saturday, March 22 and Monday, March 24 or Sunday, March 23 and Tuesday, March 25.

Cameron Indoor Stadium will serve as the site for the first and second rounds in Durham. It is the second straight year and fourth time in the last five years Duke has hosted first-and second-round action. Carmichael Arena will serve as the first-and second-round game site in Chapel Hill, N.C., and Comcast Arena is home to the first and second round games in College Park, Md. Maryland has hosted first and second round games each of the last three seasons, while North Carolina will host an NCAA Tournament game for the 14th time in late March.

Regional round games at Notre Dame will be played at the Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center on either Saturday, March 29 and Monday, March 31 or Sunday, March 30  and Tuesday, April 1. It will mark the second time in Notre Dame program history that it has been chosen to host regional competition in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. Notre Dame has hosted NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship action eight times, including three of the last five seasons, and last hosted an NCAA Championship Regional in 1983.

Exact dates and ticket availability for the first and second, and regional round games will be released at a later date.