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Sun National Bank Center gets NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional in 2013

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Sun National Bank Center will be hosting the 2013 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Regional.

Old Dominion University, Washington State University, and Rider University are the host sites. A fourth team will be announced later, hosting the tournament at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The regional sites will host games on Saturday March 30th and Monday, April 1st, or Sunday, March 31st and Tuesday, April 2nd. The dates will be officially determined in June of this year.

“As a committee we are excited that in 2013 our championship will be hosted by institutions from nine different conferences, with Delaware and St. John’s hosting for the first time,” said Greg Christopher, director of athletics at Bowling Green State University and chair of the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee. “Having this geographic blend of sites is important to the committee as we continue to grow the game of women’s basketball.”

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