Ohio State women's basketball is hosting 2023 NCAA Tournament games. Here's how to get tickets
Nationwide Arena will not be the only NCAA Tournament in town next weekend.
After finishing fourth in the Big Ten and runners-up in the conference tournament, Ohio State women's basketball earned the third-seed in the NCAA Tournament and will host the first two rounds Saturday and Monday at the Schottenstein Center.
It is the 13th time Ohio State has hosted at least one game of the NCAA Tournament and its first since 2018.
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No. 3 Ohio State will open the tournament against No. 14 James Madison before a potential date between either No. 6 North Carolina or No. 11 Purdue/St. John's in the second round Monday.
Here's how you can get tickets to any of the NCAA Tournament games at the Schottenstein Center.
How to buy women's basketball NCAA Tournament tickets
All-session and single-session tickets for the NCAA women's basketball First Four, and the first and second rounds of the tournament will go on sale at 11 a.m. Monday through Ticketmaster.
Purdue will take on St. John's in the First Four matchup 7 p.m. Thursday before the first-round matchups Saturday and second-round games Monday.
Each First Four game will be shown on ESPNU, while the first round Friday will be televised by ESPN and its family of networks.