NCAA East Regional - New York News and Updates
3/24/14 - No. 1 seeded Virginia, the final ACC school left in the tournament, will enter the Sweet 16 for the first time in nearly two decades, looking to take down (No. 4) Michigan State this Friday at Madison Square Garden. Iowa State inched by UNC with a controversial buzzer-beater to advance to the round of 16 for the first time in fourteen years. The Cyclones will be pitted against Connecticut, after the Huskies—led by Shabazz Napier with 25 points—shocked No. 2 seeded Villanova for an upset victory. Who will stand triumphant after the Sweet 16 and advance to the Elite 8? Get your East Regional tickets now and find out! Get Sweet 16 tickets
(Session 1: Michigan State vs. Virginia, Connecticut vs. Iowa) for a $284 minimum, and get into the Elite 8 (Session 2) for a $151 minimum. An All-Sessions Pass (all three games) will cost you $425 to start—that's up over $100 from last week to be there Friday and Sunday.
3/18/14 - East Regional tickets may have gone down in price in the last month, but they've certainly shot up in price since Selection Sunday! An All Sessions pass that will get you into both days (Friday and Sunday) start at $312 and reach upwards of $59747 for Event Level Suites. If you're looking for Session 1 tickets to see Sweet 16 play, they range from $194 - $2490, whereas Session 2 tickets to see Elite 8 play, range from $166- $3430. Even though Syracuse has been placed in the South bracket, and not the East, tickets to the East Regional in NYC are one of the hottest commodities across the NCAA Tournament! Get East Regional tickets now, you don't want to miss the most talented teams in country duke it out in "The Mecca of Basketball"!
3/12/14 – The cheapest NCAA Tournament East Regional All-Session ticket is down in price (-$20) in the last month, however you’ll score a seat in the 400 level. Session 1 New York tickets are also cheaper; with 1933 Sweet 16 tickets remaining on the secondary market, you’ll pay between $199-$2490 for a seat at MSG for two games. Watch Elite Eight play at the legendary building for as little as $184. Although Syracuse has dropped to a projected 3 seed, a Madison Square East Regional appearance is not out of the question. Heading into the final week of the regular season, Villanova finds itself atop the East Region and in the hunt for a No.1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
2/14/14 - New York City is known as a basketball town, with two professional teams – New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets – playing within close proximity to the concrete jungle. The mecca of basketball will host the 2014 East Regional as part of the 77th Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championship. St. John’s and the Big East Conference will cohost the event to be held at legendary Madison Square Garden, March 28 and 30. The World’s most famous arena, MSG, last hosted the NCAA Tournament in 1961. Expect March Madness at the Garden to reach 2011-2012 Linsanity heights as it is the first time in 53 years that the event has called NYC home!
Who will play in the East Regional? Both third round winners from Buffalo, and one from San Antonio and Raleigh, will advance to the Sweet 16 at Madison Square Garden. No.1 Syracuse is expected to play in the East Regional, and would be a huge draw for the NYC event due to proximity of the University. Session 1 of the East Regional will feature four teams, two games. New York City Sweet 16 tickets start at $283 (400 level), the most expensive of the four regional sites. The Sweet 16 winners will continue on their road to the Final Four, Sunday March 30 in the Elite 8 (Session 2). Session 2 tickets also begin at $283; the difference being you will see just one game in the final session of the East Regional. If you are looking for East Regional ticket deals, Razorgator has them! An All-Session ticket in NYC is currently available for $350 and it’s in the 200 level (corner), that is a $216 savings and a better seat location!