Elite Eight Tourney Prepares for Four Days of Play at the Ford Center

Eight Division Two basketball teams will battle for a National Championship title this weekend at the Ford Center.

Posted: Mar 23, 2021 10:55 AM
Updated: Mar 23, 2021 12:55 PM

The NCAA Division II Elite Eight is preparing to hit the hardwood Wednesday, March 24 at the Ford Center.

A total of eight tourney teams are looking to be crowned National Champions by Saturday afternoon in the River City.

The NCAA has COVID-19 protocols in place, as they try to keep everyone safe inside and outside of the arena.

Fans will be allowed to attend games at 25% capacity.

If you miss the games this year, the Evansville Sports Corporation recently announced they have secured a deal with the NCAA to host the tournament through 2025.

Saturday's championship game will be broadcasted to a nationally televised audience on CBS 11:00 AM Central Time.

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