University of Minnesota to host nine NCAA championship events with newly announced events

The University of Minnesota will host nine NCAA Championship events over the next five years as NCAA announced winning bids on April 18, 2017.

November 5, 2016: during the Minnesota Gophers Football game versus the Purdue Boilermakers at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN. (Photo Credit: Rick Corwine/The Minnesota Sports Report)

The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers will be able to showcase Minneapolis and St. Paul as a host of NCAA events will take place in the Twin Cities over the next five years.  The nine events will take place in six venues across the Twin Cities.  Stay tuned for more information on the events.

2018 – Men’s Swimming and Diving, Jean K. Freeman Aquatics Center (March)
2018 – Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four, Ridder Arena (March)
2018 – Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four, Xcel Energy Center (April)
2018 – Women’s Gymnastics Regional, Sports Pavilion (April)
2019 – Men’s Basketball Final Four, U.S. Bank Stadium (April)
2018 – Women’s Volleyball Championship, Target Center (December)
2020 – Wrestling Championship, U.S. Bank Stadium (March)
2021 – Men’s Basketball Regional, Target Center (March)
2021 – Men’s Gymnastics Championship, Sports Pavilion (April)