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Applications for 2002 available

Compiled from Times wires

© St. Petersburg Times, published March 29, 2001


INDIANAPOLIS -- Applications for the 2002 Final Four in Atlanta can be obtained until April 27 at www.ncaachampionships.com and by calling (913) 236-9400.

The event is at the Georgia Dome.

An official ticket application must be submitted to the NCAA by May 11. A random drawing for about 10,000 tickets allocated for the public will be in July. Winners will be notified by August.

Tickets are $122 and $102 for the semifinals and national championship game. Applications must by accompanied by a check.

Ticket applications for the 2002 Women's Final Four in San Antonio also are available at www.ncaachampionships.com and by calling (913) 831-1234. The event is at the Alamodome.

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