NCAA West Regional - Anaheim 2014 News and Updates
Anaheim, 30 minutes south of Los Angeles (site of 2013 West Regional), will host the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time since 1998. The Big West Conference will take charge of the Regional event March 27 and 29 at the Honda Center, home of the Anaheim Ducks
. The NCAA West Regional attracts Southern California basketball fans as well as participating team’s fan bases for the two day, three game event. The atmosphere inside the 18,000 plus arena, will be electric as four teams compete for their chance to play in the Final Four
Both winners of the Spokane
third round, in addition to one of the winners from the San Diego
and San Antonio
third round, will face off in Anaheim for the Sweet 16 (Session 1). Session 1 on Thursday, March 27 includes action from all four, third round winners (two games). Session 1 tickets in Anaheim range from $118 - $897. Expect prices to jump if No.2 Arizona or No.5 San Diego State make the Sweet 16 (as expected) and play in the West Regional. The two winners of Sweet 16 play on Thursday will advance to the Elite Eight (Session 2) on Saturday March 29. Session 2 tickets in Anaheim also start at $118, but only one game will be played during the final session at the Honda Center. All-Session tickets in Anaheim (3 games) cost anywhere from $217 – 1494 (savings of at least $19). The winner of the Elite 8 will advance to the Final Four in Dallas, TX.
The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball West Regional Championship is coming to Los Angeles. Celebrating 75 years of March Madness, the Staples Center in partnership with Pepperdine University will host the West Regional which includes Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight play. West Regional dates are March 28 and 30, 2013.
Don’t miss four of the top College Basketball teams compete for a spot in the Final Four. NCAA West Regional Los Angeles All Session tickets are starting at $223, a savings of $57 if you bought Session 1 and Session 2 separately.
Staples Center is home to two NBA teams – Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers. Local College Basketball teams in the Los Angeles area include: UCLA Bruins Basketball and USC Trojans Basketball out of the Pac-12 Conference, Long Beach State 49ers Basketball and Northridge Matadors Basketball out of the Big West Conference, and LMU Lions Basketball and host Pepperdine Waves Basketball from the West Coast Conference.