TAMPA, FL – The Tampa Bay Local Organizing Committee (TBLOC) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will unveil the 2015 NCAA® Women’s Final Four® logo on Sunday, February, 16 during halftime of the American Athletic Conference women's basketball game between USF and top-ranked UConn that starts at 4 p.m. at the Sun Dome.
The 2015 Women’s Final Four takes place April 5 and 7, 2015 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum, which will mark the second Women’s Final Four hosted by Tampa Bay (2008). Tennessee capped the 2008 Tournament with its eighth national championship.
Dignitaries from Tampa Bay as well as the NCAA that will be on hand for the unveiling event will include NCAA Vice President of Women’s Basketball Championships Anucha Browne, NCAA Associate Director for Championships and Alliances Rick Nixon and Tampa Bay Sports Commission Executive Director Rob Higgins.
Prior to USF-UConn, the Tampa Bay Sports Commission, the University of South Florida and the NCAA will host the 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four Girls and Boys Kids Clinic 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Pam and Les Muma Basketball Center (connected to the Sun Dome). Girls in eighth grade or younger and boys in sixth grade and below are invited to participate in the free clinic, which is open to the first 150 registrants.
The clinic will be directed by notable high school coaches from the Tampa Bay area and each participant will receive one free ticket to USF-UConn and also will get to serve as an honorary member of USF’s pregame, on-court tunnel team. Participants will have the unique opportunity to meet the players and collect autographs from the USF women’s basketball team after the game.
To register for the clinic, follow the provided LINK and for more information please contact Claire Lessinger by phone at 813-342-4075 or by email at [email protected]. Media inquiries can be directed to Michael Farrant at [email protected].
Purchase additional tickets for USF-UConn at the Bulls’ online ticket home HERE and group seating options will be available for purchase at Gate A starting 1 p.m. Sunday at the Sun Dome. There is free admission for kids in high school or younger.
Stay updated throughout the journey to the 2015 Women’s Final Four by using the hashtag #WFFTampaBay.