NCAA Tournament: Midwest Regional
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Memorable Midwest Regional Moments
The Midwest Regional has had no shortage of exciting NCAA Tournament action over the years. NBA MVP Steph Curry's performance in the 2008 NCAA Tournament is the stuff of legend, when he brought the 10th-seeded Davidson Wildcats to the Elite Eight. After dazzling performances in upsets over Gonzaga and Georgetown, Curry poured in 33 points against No. 3 seed Wisconsin in the Midwest Regional semifinal. Davison would go on to lose by two to top-seeded Kansas in the next round, despite another 25 points from Curry.
Last year's tournament had its fair share of dynamic games, with Oregon taking down Michigan by one point in one of the most exciting games of the 2017 tournament. Though No. 1-seeded Kansas beat Purdue handily, the Jayhawks were upset by Oregon, which earned its second-ever Final Four appearance.
NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional Ticket Prices
The price of tickets for games in the Midwest Regional may change based on the teams playing in this section of the bracket. For a look at available ticket prices, scroll above to see ticket listings for Full Strip, Session 1, and Session 2 of the Midwest Regional. Full Strip tickets include access to both the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games, while Session 1 tickets are for the Sweet 16 games only, and Session 2 tickets allow access for the Elite Eight game.
March Madness 2020 Early Round Sites
The first and second round games for this year’s NCAA Tournament are taking place in eight exciting U.S. cities. To shop tickets in each of these locations, follow the links below.