INDIANAPOLIS --The NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee has selected the first- and second-round and regional sites for the 2007 and 2008 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championships.

The Administrative Committee of the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet has approved the sites.

The following first- and second-round sites will host games either Saturday, March 17 and Monday, March 19 or Sunday, March 18 and Tuesday, March 20, 2007:

Frank Erwin Center (16,755)
Austin, Texas
Host: University of Texas at Austin

Bresline Student Events Center (15,085)
East Lansing, Michigan
Host: Michigan State University

Hartford Civic Center (14,913)
Hartford, Connecticut
Host: University of Connecticut

Galen Center (10,280)
Los Angeles
Host: University of Southern California

Williams Arena (14,669)
Minneapolis
Host: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Peterson Events Center (12,508)
Pittsburgh
Host: University of Pittsburgh

RBC Center (19,500)
Raleigh, North Carolina
Host: North Carolina State University

Maples Pavilion (7,233)
Stanford, California
Host: Stanford University

The following regional sites will host games either Saturday, March 24 and Monday, March 26 or Sunday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 27, 2007:

Reunion Arena (17,767)
Dallas
Host: Conference USA and Southern Methodist University

University of Dayton Arena (13,000)
Dayton, Ohio
Host: University of Dayton

Greensboro Coliseum (12,005)
Greensboro, North Carolina
Host: Atlantic Coast Conference

Save Mart Center (15,621)
Fresno, California
Host: California State University, Fresno

The following sites will host games either Saturday, March 22, and Monday, March 24 or Sunday, March 23, and Tuesday, March 25, 2008:

The Pit/Bob King Court (15,932)
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Host: University of New Mexico

Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,394)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Host: Louisiana State University

Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard (8,754)
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Host: Fairfield University

Comcast Center (17,950)
College Park, Maryland
Host: University of Maryland, College Park

Wells Fargo Arena at the Iowa Events Center (16,081)
Des Moines, Iowa
Host: Iowa State University

Ted Constant Convocation Center (8,600) Norfolk, Virginia
Old Dominion University

Maples Pavilion (7,233)
Stanford, California
Host: Stanford University

Mackey Arena (14,123)
West Lafayette, Indiana
Host: Purdue University

The following regional sites will host games either Saturday, March 29 and Monday, March 31 or Sunday, March 30 and Tuesday, April 1, 2008:

Greensboro Coliseum (12,005)
Greensboro, North Carolina
Host: Atlantic Coast Conference

New Orleans Arena (17,500)
New Orleans
Host: University of New Orleans

Ford Center (18,929)
Oklahoma City
Host: University of Oklahoma

Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena (12,000)
Spokane, Washington
Host: Washington State University

The exact dates for the sites will be announced at a later date.

-- Courtesy NCAA.org