NCAA 2nd-3rd Round - San Diego 2014 News and Updates
3/18/14 - This year, San Diego will set March Madness spinning with some of the best NCAA Tournament play we've seen all year! Hosting schools like No. 1 seeded Arizona, No.4 seeded UCLA and No. 5 seeded VCU certainly makes for a popular ticket. An All Sessions pass for all 6 games in San Diego will cost you $272 (about $44 a game), and there are only 72 tickets left! Session 1 tickets (Arizona vs. Weber State, Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma State) are available for $127 minimum, while Session 2 tickets (VCU vs. Steph F. Austin, UCLA vs. Tulsa) start at $122. Relish in March Madness and be in the stands for the final two 3rd Round contests with Session 3 tickets, starting at $175.
3/11/14 – Although San Diego State is projected to be a fourth seed, Aztec fans will have to travel to see their team in the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament as SDSU will not be able to play on their home court due to NCAA rules. However, eight of the nation’s best will gather at Viejas Arena next weekend for the second-and-third round games. Projected No.1 seed, Arizona, will likely take the court and possibly even the defending National Champs, Louisville. Around 300 All-Session tickets remain on the secondary market with prices from $311 for a bench seat. It’s no wonder it is one of the most in-demand second-and-third round Cities with the prime So Cal locale and potential matchups. Find out who will advance to the Sweet 16 with San Diego tournament tickets today!
2/6/14 - Southern California is a hotbed for spectacular College Basketball! San Diego was awarded hosting responsibilities in 2014, slated to host second and third rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. San Diego State University, whose men’s basketball program currently ranks #5 in the Country, will host the event on campus at Viejas Arena. Eight of the Nation’s best (determined March 16) will compete for their chance to advance to the Regional round beginning Friday, March 21 in one of four games of second round play. The second round winners will play in the third round, Sunday March 23.
There will be four exciting games played on Friday, two games in the evening session and two in the later night session. San Diego Session 1 tickets start at $83 to watch all the dunks, assists, and shining moments in the earlier of the two sessions on March 21. Tickets to watch the final two games in Session 2 on Friday at Viejas Arena will cost you upwards of $100. Session 3 tickets on Sunday where you’ll catch the round’s best range from $114 - $449 depending on your desired seat location and proximity to the court. All-Session tickets to watch all six games in San Diego will cost you $292 (upper corner) - $1244 (reserved, row 4, center court).
Anaheim will host the West Regional at the Honda Center. It will be the City’s sixth occasion to stage the NCAA Tournament. Nearby Los Angeles hosted the West Regional in 2013 and will do so again in 2015.