All-Tournament Passes on sale for 2022 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament
Oct 4, 2021
Women’s tournament passes on sale Tuesday, Oct. 12 and men’s on Wednesday, Oct. 13
Coming off incredible postseason success in 2020-21, both sports will again be showcased in Las Vegas as they compete for a Conference championship and automatic NCAA Tournament bid
All-Tournament Passes available at Pac-12.com/tickets
SAN FRANCISCO – As the 2021-22 season approaches, the Pac-12 today announced during the league’s annual preseason basketball media days that all-tournament passes for both the 2022 Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, presented by New York Life, will go on sale to the general public this week. Passes for the women’s tournament go on sale today, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. MT while men’s tournament passes go on sale tomorrow, Oct. 13 at 10 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. MT.
Both tournaments will again take place in Las Vegas with the women’s tournament at Michelob ULTRA Arena from March 2-6, 2022 and the men’s tournament at T-Mobile Arena from March 9-12, 2022.
Starting for as low as $108 for the women’s event (less than $10 per game for the 11-game tournament) and as low as $349 for the men’s (less than $32 per game for the 11-game tournament), all-tournament passes provide fans the best locations for the best price to all 11 games of the tournaments.
Tickets can be purchased at Pac-12.com/tickets or by calling 1-855-MYPAC12.
Discount Hotel Packages
In addition to all-tournament passes, discount hotel packages in Las Vegas are also available for both tournaments below (available as supplies last):
2022 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament – Discount Hotel Packages (available as supplies last)
2022 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament – Discount Hotel Packages (available as supplies last)
Championship Competition for #Pac12WBB
In a first for the Conference, Pac-12 women's basketball is coming off a season in which its top two regular-season finishers – STANFORD and ARIZONA – met for the national championship. The 2021 title game was just the seventh time in NCAA women’s basketball history that two teams from the same league met for a championship and was the first to feature two schools from west of the Mississippi River since 1986 (Texas vs. USC).
Since 2016, the Pac-12 leads all conferences in Final Four appearances (6), NCAA Tournament wins (70), NCAA Tournament winning percentage (.707) and WBCA All-Americans (13). In the first year using the NCAA Evaluation Tool (NET) for women’s basketball, four of the top 10 teams in the final NET rankings for 2021 were from the Pac-12 in national champion STANFORD (No. 1), national runner-up ARIZONA (No. 7), UCLA (No. 8) and OREGON (No. 10), a total that is double that of any other league. The Pac-12 was also the nation’s top-rated conference by RPI in three of the final five seasons (2016, 2017, 2020) that metric was used by the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee.
This season is the second that the tournament will be at the home of the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces, but first with fans, as the event is set to provide a dynamic atmosphere like never before. In its first three years in Las Vegas, the women’s tournament has seen tremendous success and with the move to Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Events Center, the event will provide new and engaging experiences for fans in addition to new options for seating, from courtside through the arena, along with a showcase of the Pac-12’s elite competition over 11 games for an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
Men's March Madness Momentum
Pac-12 men's basketball is coming off of one its most exciting seasons, with a record five teams concluding the 2020-21 campaign in the USA TODAY Sports/NABC Coaches Poll - No. 7 UCLA, No. 9 USC, No. 17 Oregon, No. 20 Oregon State and No. 23 Colorado. The five ranked teams were the most ever for the Conference in an NCAA-recognized final national poll (AP 1949-present, pre-NCAA Tournament poll; USA Today Coaches 1994-present, post-NCAA Tournament poll).
Each of the five ranked Pac-12 programs won games in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, with four winning multiple games en route to a league-record tying and national-best 13 combined victories and the best overall mark of any league in the event (13-5, .722), including UCLA which reached the Final Four, its first trip since 2008 and the first for the Pac-12 since Oregon in 2017. Across the full 2020-21 season last year, the Pac-12 led all leagues with five 20-win teams and finished third in the final KenPom.com Conference Rankings, its highest performance since leading all leagues in both 2008 and 2009.
The 11-game showcase will again take place in the electrifying environment of T-Mobile Arena, home of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights and numerous top entertainment acts for MGM Resorts International. From March 9-12, 2022 in Las Vegas, all 12 programs will compete for a chance to punch their ticket to the Big Dance.
The Pac-12 Conference is continuing its relationship with Force 10 Sports Management for the 2022 Women's Basketball Tournament and now the 2022 Men's Basketball Tournament, as well. Fans who want direct access to experienced ticket sales representatives to assist in getting the best seats available can also call 1-855-MYPAC12 for sales assistance.
Other information related to the 2022 Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments is available at Pac-12.com/tickets.
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