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NCAA Announces College Basketball Tournament Sites Through 2022

The NCAA unveiled the locations of the NCAA Tournament games through 2022.

Wondering if the NCAA Tournament is coming to a town near you in the future? Well, wonder no longer, as the NCAA announced the locations for its NCAA Tournament from 2019 through 2022.

After boycotting North Carolina in 2017, it looks like the NCAA Tourney will be back in the state of its 2017 champion North Carolina Tar Heels.

Senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt released the following comment about the news:

“Working with our valued host institutions and conferences, as well as sports commissions and cities, to create a great atmosphere for student-athletes, coaches and fans with the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments is our goal every year. We’re looking forward to working with the groups that earned preliminary-round basketball sites, as well as the local organizing committees already slated to host NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Fours.”

You can check out the full list of Tournament locations here.

Here are the locations for 2019:

Here are the locations for 2020:

Here are the locations for 2021:

Here are the locations for 2022:

Maybe now Duke can take South Carolina if the two match up in the future, if the matchup is in North Carolina, of course.