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By Steve Wartenberg | Had enough hoops?
No matter how much you love basketball, there’s a good chance there was enough end-to-end action on the campuses of Ohio State and Capital University to make you happy – especially if your team won.
NCAA DIII Women’s Basketball Semifinals
By Steve Wartenberg | It was a few minutes before Columbus Africentric and Marion Pleasant took the court for the OHSAA Girls Div. III state basketball championship game at the Schottenstein Center – and there were plenty of butterflies and jangling nerves.
BLOG: Division III Semifinals at Capital University Begins NCAA Women’s Basketball Run in Central OhioFeb 29
By Steve Wartenberg | There’s a lot of history in the office of Capital University’s Dixie Jeffers, including the basketballs from her 500th and 600th career wins and the championship rings from the two NCAA Division III Women’s National Championships the Crusaders have won.
And now, Dixie and Capital are about to add more history, as they prepare to host the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Semifinals on March 19.
Two games to be played in Ohio Stadium May 22
Ohio State hosts championship season at St. John Arena this April
COLUMBUS (January 4, 2016) – All-session and single-session tickets for the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships and 2016 NCAA National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Championships are available for sale beginning Tuesday, January 5 at 10 a.m. ET.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Capital University and Crusaders Athletics are proud to announce that the 2016 NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship semifinals will be hosted inside The Capital Center. The NCAA has granted hosting rights to Capital for this year’s national semifinals, which will be held on March 19, 2016.
The NCAA has voted that this year the women’s basketball finals for all three divisions will be hosted in one location, Indianapolis, Indiana. The move will help commemorate the 35th anniversary of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championships. Leading to the Division I, II and III national championship games will be a path of neutral-site host institutions that will create “The Road to Indy”. The first four rounds of games will be held on campus sites. The national semifinals will still be held at a predetermined site, as they have been since 1999.
NCAA Awards Columbus
the 2018 Women’s Final Four
Ohio State and the Greater Columbus Sports Commission Show Off City As One of Seven Potential Hosts for America’s Marquee Women’s Sporting Event
(Columbus – September 8, 2014) – The NCAA will send six staff members, two members of their Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and a representative from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) next week to meet with the city’s Local Organizing Committee on its bid for the Women’s Final Four for one year between 2017-2020.
Ohio State, Greater Columbus Sports Commission and Nationwide Arena
A Step Closer to Hosting America’s Marquee Women’s Sporting Event