NCAA Midwest Regional - Cleveland 2015 News and Updates
3/22/15 - Kentucky overcame a stingy Cincinnati defense to become the first team to start 36-0, while West Virginia took advantage of 16 second-chance points to take down Maryland. It'll be the Mountaineers first trip to the Sweet Sixteen in five years; in 2010 they reached the Final Four. Kentucky vs West Virginia tips off at 9:45 pm on Thursday, March 26 in Cleveland. In the other NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional game at Quicken Loans Arena, Notre Dame plays Wichita State. The Fighting Irish survived Butler in OT and the Shockers shocked No. 2 seed Kansas. Notre Dame vs Wichita State starts at 7:15 pm.
3/15/15 - No. 1 overall seed Kenutcky headlines the Midwest Region (Cleveland), followed by No. 2 Kansas, No. 3 Notre Dame and No. 4 Maryland. Other 2015 Midwest Regional teams like Cincinnati, Purdue, Valpo, Butler and Indiana won't be far from home if they advance to the Sweet Sixteen at Quicken Loans Arena.
3/11/15 - This year, the NCAA Midwest Regional tournament in Cleveland is shaping up to be a good one. There are a lot of talented teams who could potentially be in this bracket, like Kentucky, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Notre Dame. One team in particular that should provide some excitement to the fans is Wisconsin. This team has shown a lot of promise, specifically in terms of their 3-point shooting. The Badgers finished off the regular season with a 28-3 record, and much of their success can be attributed to Frank Kaminsky. He averaged 18.4 points per game this season, showcasing his multi-dimensional game. If the Badgers can start their tournament off with a win, they have a great shot at winning it all. Tickets for this tournament are starting out at $287.
1/29/15 - We are well into the meat of the 2015 NCAA basketball schedule, and the contenders are already beginning to separate themselves from the pack. With Kentucky playing and looking like an NBA team and Arizona dominating the Pac-12, anticipation is building for what is shaping up to be one of the greatest tournaments ever. Get your tickets to the NCAA Midwest Regional in Cleveland from Razorgator today. Regardless of who will be playing in this Regional, the action is sure to be exciting and the buzz will be palpable. With unprecedented depth in the Big 12 and Big 10 this year, the tourney field is sure to be full of surprises. Make sure you are there in Cleveland for all of the action, and don’t forget to check out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame while you’re in town! Tickets start at just $162 at Razorgator.