ASU To Host 2008 NCAA Men's Basketball Regional At America West Arena

July 8, 2004

The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee has announced sites for the opening round, first and second rounds and regionals of the 2007 and 2008 championships. The administrative committee of the NCAA Championships/Competition Cabinet has approved the sites. The following sites were selected for 2007:OPENING ROUND Dayton, Ohio; UD Arena; University of Dayton, host; Tuesday, March 13FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS

Buffalo, New York; HSBC Arena; Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Canisius College and Niagara University, co-hosts; Thursday and Saturday, March 15 and 17.

Chicago, Illinois; United Center; Big Ten Conference, host; Friday and Sunday, March 16 and 18.

Columbus, Ohio; Nationwide Arena; The Ohio State University, host; March 16 and 18.

Lexington, Kentucky; Rupp Arena; University of Kentucky, host; March 16 and 18.

New Orleans, Louisiana; New Orleans Arena; Tulane University, host; March 16 and 18.

Sacramento, California; ARCO Arena; University of the Pacific, host; March 15 and 17.

Spokane, Washington; Spokane Memorial Arena; Washington State University, host; March 15 and 17.

Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum; Wake Forest University, host; March 15 and 17.

REGIONALS

East Rutherford, New Jersey; Continental Airlines Arena; Rutgers University, host; Friday and Sunday, March 23 and 25.

San Antonio, Texas; Alamodome; University of Texas-San Antonio, host; Thursday and Saturday, March 22 and 24.

San Jose, California; HP Pavilion; San Jose State University, host; March 22 and 24.

St. Louis, Missouri; Edward Jones Dome; Missouri Valley Conference, host; March 23 and 25.# # #

The following sites were selected for 2008:

OPENING ROUND

Dayton, Ohio; UD Arena; University of Dayton, host; Tuesday, March 18.

FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS

Anaheim, California; Arrowhead Pond; Big West Conference, host; Thursday and Saturday, March 20 and 22.

Birmingham, Alabama; BJCC Arena; Southeastern Conference, host; Friday and Sunday, March 21 and 23.

Denver, Colorado; Pepsi Center; Colorado State University and Mountain West Conference, co-hosts; March 20 and 22.

Little Rock, Arkansas; Alltel Arena; University of Arkansas-Little Rock, host; March 21 and 23.

Omaha, Nebraska; Qwest Center; Creighton University and Missouri Valley Conference, co-hosts; March 20 and 22.

Raleigh, North Carolina; RBC Center; North Carolina State University, host; March 21 and 23.

Tampa, Florida; St. Pete Times Forum; University of South Florida, host; March 21 and 23.

Washington, D.C.; MCI Center; Georgetown University, host; March 20 and 22.

REGIONALS

Charlotte, North Carolina; Charlotte Arena; University of North Carolina-Charlotte, host; Thursday and Saturday, March 27 and 29.

Detroit, Michigan; Ford Field; University of Detroit-Mercy, host; Friday and Sunday, March 28 and 30.

Houston, Texas; Reliant Stadium; University of Houston, host; March 28 and 30.

Phoenix, Arizona; America West Arena; Arizona State University, host; March 27 and 29.# # #

Sites of future Final Fours, previously selected by the committee, are:

2005, Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis

2006, RCA Dome, Indianapolis

2007, Georgia Dome, Atlanta.

2008, Alamodome, San Antonio

2009, Ford Field, Detroit

2010, RCA Dome, Indianapolis

2011, Reliant Stadium, Houston

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