March Madness: Phoenix Tabbed to Play Tennessee in First Round March 23rd on ESPN

Posted on 3-21-2024

The Green Bay Phoenix women’s basketball team, an 11 seed, will take on the sixth-seeded Tennessee Lady Volunteers at the Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, North Carolina. Green Bay is making its 19th NCAA Tournament appearance and first since 2018 (See Watch Party information below!).

The Phoenix and Volunteers will meet up for only the third time ever, with GB seeking its first victory against Tennessee. Green Bay last met the Volunteers in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, dropping a close contest 59-53.

Tipoff is slated for 11am, on Saturday, March 23rd. The contest will air nationally on ESPN, at, and in the ESPN App, free to download on mobile devices. Fans can also follow along in the official NCAA Women’s March Madness app.

Fans interested in purchasing tickets for the event can do so HERE. For any questions, call the Green Bay Athletics Ticket Office at 920-465-2625.


Green Bay Athletics is excited to host a watch party this Saturday, March 23rd – The Watch Party will be held at The Bar on Lime Kiln located on the east side of Green Bay (606 Lime Kiln Road). Doors will open at 10am, one hour before the 11am (Central) tip-off. March Madness food specials will be offered along with drink specials.

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