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NCAA.com | August 15, 2016

Division I women's volleyball tickets now available

INDIANAPOLIS — Tickets for the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship are now available for purchase. The 36th annual championship will take place December 15 and 17 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, and will be hosted by The Ohio State University and the Greater Columbus Sports Commission.

All-session tickets include two semifinal matches on Thursday, December 15, and the national championship match on Saturday, December 17. Match times are to be determined. Tickets start at $40 plus applicable service charges and may be purchased online at NCAA.com/Volleyball, at the Nationwide Arena box office or by calling 800-745-3000. Group ticket sales information is available by calling 800-GO BUCKS (462-8257).

Fans can enhance their game day activities at the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship with exclusive access to The NCAA Experience® managed by PrimeSport. Official ticket and hospitality packages are available at NCAA.com/VIP.

The 64-team championship bracket will be announced Sunday, November 27. Sixteen campus sites will hold first- and second-round, single-elimination competitions from December 1-3. Sixteen teams will advance to single-elimination regional competition, December 9-10, at four on-campus sites. One team from each regional will advance to the championship in Columbus.

For complete information on the Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship visit NCAA.com/Volleyball.

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