Hawkeye WBB Slated to Play in Women’s Championship Classic

NEW YORK — The University of Iowa women’s basketball team will play the in the Women’s Champions Classic on Dec. 7, 2024, in Brooklyn, New York inside the Barclays Center. HS&E and FOX Sports announced on Thursday morning. The neutral site contest will air on the FOX broadcast network with specific details announced at a later date.

The primetime double header is set to feature the University of Iowa, the University of Connecticut, the University of Tennessee, and Louisville University.

The four women’s college basketball programs have captured a combined 19 NCAA Division I National Championships and collectively have appeared in 46 Final Fours. Additionally, they have 120 conference titles between these four programs.

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