FAM Bus Trip and Ticket Info for NCAA Greensboro Regional
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - South Carolina Athletics announced today an opportunity for Gamecock women’s basketball fans to purchase a seat on the FAM Bus going to games in the NCAA Greensboro Regional this weekend (Mar. 25-27). Ticket information for the general public is also available for those games as well.
For the FAM Bus, each package includes roundtrip transportation, a game ticket, a rally towel, drinks and snacks. There is no overnight stay for these trips. Fans can purchase a $140 package to include Friday and Sunday games, should the Gamecocks advance. Or single-game packages are available for $80 each. An itinerary and other pertinent information will be emailed on Thu., Mar. 24. To purchase one of the FAM Bus packages by the deadline of 5 p.m. ET on Wed., Mar. 23, go to: https://am.ticketmaster.com/gamecocks/gbbustrips.
The Greensboro Coliseum is also selling tickets for the Regional to the general public. Ticket booklets include all the weekend’s games and are $50 each, and single-session tickets are on sale for $30 each.
Friday Session: https://www.ticketmaster.com/ncaa-d1-womens-basketball-greensboro-regional-session-1/event/2D005C24E912282F?refArtist=K8vZ917KyE7&_ga=2.70397591.662140840.1643729515-1609382102.1640035052
Sunday Session: https://www.ticketmaster.com/ncaa-d1-womens-basketball-greensboro-regional-greensboro-north-carolina-03-27-2022/event/2D005C24E9142831?_ga=2.73035412.662140840.1643729515-1609382102.1640035052
No. 1/1 South Carolina advanced to its eighth-straight NCAA Sweet 16 with a pair of defensively dominant wins last weekend in Colonial Life Arena. This will be the Gamecocks’ third appearance in a Greensboro Regional, having played in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2015 en route to the program’s first Final Four and in 2017.
Continue to check GamecocksOnline.com and the team’s social media accounts (@GamecockWBB) for the most up-to-date information on the women’s basketball season.
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