The 64-team tournament field is set. The three-week schedule is mapped out.
The NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four is coming to Nashville in less than three weeks.
Do you have tickets?
As of Monday, only a few hundred tickets remained — all in the upper level and at a cost of $150 for all three games.
The tournament field was revealed Monday during the selection show on ESPN, which started at 6 p.m. Fewer than 700 tickets were available before the announcement. Defending champion Connecticut is the top overall seed. Tennessee, Middle Tennessee and Vanderbilt are also competing in the 64-team tournament.
All are hopeful of landing in Nashville to be part of the Final Four. The semifinals are scheduled for April 6. The championship game is scheduled for April 8.
"It was our expectation that tickets would sell quickly," Gary Alexander, senior vice president of the Nashville Sports Council, said Monday. "It was our anticipation because of the location of Nashville and the accessibility both by car and plane that we would have a large turnout."
Capacity for basketball games at Bridgestone Arena is 19,395.
"We are right on pace in terms of ticket sales with where I thought that we would be," Alexander said. "Things have gone so well that I anticipated ticket sales to go as well as everything else."
Tickets are available at ncaa.com/womensfinalfour.
The tournament gets underway with first-round games to be played Saturday and Sunday.