NCAA Midwest Regional - Indianapolis 2014 News and Updates
3/24/14 - Hurry and get your Midwest Regional tickets now! Even though top-seeded Wichita State is out, prices in Indianapolis have jumped up 80% since the second round and, judging by the Sweet 16 matchups that are now set, tickets are bound to go like lightning. Rivals No. 4 Louisville and No. 8 Kentucky will tip off first, in what should be a heart pounding fight to the death between these national powerhouses on Friday. Rick Pitino has never lost in the Sweet 16, but can his squad take down a feverish John Calipari and company? No. 11 Tennessee is having a bit of a Cinderella moment, exacting two resounding victories over UMass and Mercer after squeezing by Iowa, but things will get decidedly tougher when they face No. 2 Michigan in the round of 16. Get Sweet 16 tickets (Session 1: Louisville vs. Kentucky, Michigan vs. Tennessee) for $109 to start, or score Elite 8 tickets (Session 2) for an incredibly low $48! An All-Sessions pass for all three games this week start at $227. Don't miss out on one of the best brackets in the nation, and see who's will advance to the Final Four with Midwest Regional tickets
3/18/14- NCAA Midwest Regional tickets offer the biggest steal on the road to the national championship! For just $106 you can buy an All Sessions pass and get into both days of March Madness frenzy—that's just $53 a session to see Sweet 16 and Elite 8 play! If you prefer to buy them separately, Friday night's Session 1 tickets start at $62 and Sunday afternoon's Session 2 tickets start at $51. The Midwest boasts some of the fiercest competitors in the country, including No. 1 seed Wichita State—the country's lone undefeated team, No. 2 seed Michigan, No. 3 seed Duke and No. 4 seed Louisville. With three of last year's Final Four teams in the same region and six coaches in the region with Final Four experience, the Midwest Regionals will likely offer some of the best highlight heel action in the tourney. Who will advance to the Final Four and punch their ticket to Dallas? Get Session 2 tickets to find out which talented squad will be the last left standing in a region many consider the NCAA's "Group of Death"!
3/12/14 – If Wichita State can make their way back to the Final Four for the second straight year, they’ll likely pass through Indianapolis on their journey! The history-making Shockers (34-0) are the projected No.1 seed in the Midwest after winning the MVC Tournament title last weekend. Wisconsin and Kansas are looking to play in the Midwest regional in Indianapolis but will need to have strong Conference Tournament showings to lock in their ticket. If either is an early exit, and the Wolverines make a statement in the Big Ten Tournament, don’t be surprised to see UM secure the two seed. NCAA Tournament tickets in Indianapolis are just $100 to see the best programs in the Country battle for a spot in the Final Four.
2/14/14 - Indianapolis was selected to host back-to-back Midwest Regionals with 2014 marking the 21st time the tourney will be held in the capital of Indiana. Lucas Oil Stadium (capacity 67,000) will be one of four sites for Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games with the winner pressing forward to the Final Four in Dallas, TX. The Horizon League and IUPUI will co-host the Regional to be played March 28 and 30. One third round winner from St. Louis, Orlando, Milwaukee, and Raleigh will play in Session 1 (two games) for their chance to advance to the Elite Eight (Session 2).
Last year, Indianapolis all-session tickets (avg. $350) were the cheapest among NCAA regional sites. Session 1 tickets started at $63, Session 2 at $56. 2014 Indianapolis NCAA tournament tickets are similarly priced, from $62 for Session 1 and as low as $66 for Session 2. All-Session tickets in Indianapolis, for a combined three Regional games, range from $108 (600 level) - $2490 (100 level). Don’t miss the road to the Final Four when it comes through Indy in 2014!
Indianapolis, home base of the NCAA, will host the 2015 Men’s Final Four the 2016 Women’s Final Four.