DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The University of Dayton held a news conference Sunday to discuss final preparations to host the NCAA First
Four tournament, as well as second and third rounds, at the arena.
Teams will begin arriving in the Dayton area starting Monday and will hold practice at the arena.
Staff members were in the process Sunday of putting the final touches on the arena.
The First Four games are sold out, but approximately 1,000 tickets are available for second and third round games.
"We expect those to go quickly," said Tim O'Connell, who is the Assistant Vice President of Athletics for the University of Dayton.
Up to 150,000 people are expected to visit UD throughout the week for the games.
For ticket information, visit www.daytonflyers.com
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