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eUpdate – 2015 NCAA Tournament, U.S. Women’s Soccer vs. Ireland

    The Oregon Sports Authority is thrilled to announce that Portland will host the second and third rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship at the Rose Garden on March 19 and 21, 2015. This will mark the third time during a seven year period that the Rose Garden has played host to March Madness – the only arena in the nation to do so. Earlier this year Portland played host to eight NCAA men’s basketball teams, including Louisville, which went on to the 2012 Final Four in New Orleans, and Indiana, currently the top ranked college basketball team in the nation.

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