ESPN announced this week that it is adding an early season basketball tournament this year at the HTC Center in Conway, SC on the campus of Coastal Carolina University. The event will take place November 15, 16 and 18.
Ohio State University will finally install wifi in Ohio Stadium and the Schottenstein Center, something that fans have wished for over the last decade amid the growing network of stadium wifi coverages.
The NCAA Tournament East Regional returned to the TD Garden in Boston this year, and it did not disappoint. Boston and New England as a whole aren’t really known as a hotbed for college basketball as the region is more of a professional sports area. While Boston may not be known as a college basketball city, it is a perfect place to host NCAA tournament games.
While it might not be in the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, Carnesecca Arena is an overlooked gem of college basketball. With its intimate setting and passionate fan base, it is a great place to catch in some quality basketball if you ever find yourself in New York City.
Rupp Arena has been the home of Kentucky basketball since 1976. Located in downtown Lexington and essentially owned by the city, Rupp Arena is part of the larger Lexington Convention Center. Although the arena is central to the city, it is clear that it is the home of the Kentucky Wildcats first and foremost. It is, afterall, named after iconic Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp.
The Costello Athletic Center is the home to the UMass Lowell basketball program and seats an intimate 2,100 people. It is one of the smallest venues for Division I basketball, providing an up close and personal atmosphere for all who attend a game in the Mill City.