Where can I buy a ticket or pick up tickets left for me at the Will Call Window?
Before the start of the NCAA Championships (May 9), tickets can be purchased at the main ticket office located inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Once the NCAA Championships begins (May 9, May 15-24), tickets can be purchased and collected at the ticket booth located at the main entrance to Linder Stadium at the Ring Tennis Complex.
What time does the stadium open?
Fans are permitted to enter the Ring Tennis Complex one hour prior to the start of the first match played each day.
Are there any items not permitted inside the stadium?
Food, drink and noise makers will not be permitted by fans to be brought inside the stadium.
How can I obtain a media credential to cover the NCAA Championships?
All certified members of the media must request a credential through the UF Sports Information Office. An application can be found as a PDF file on the official web site (www.GatorZone.com) which must be returned to the SID office. Call Brenda at 352-375-4683, ext. 6123 for additional information. Prior to the start of the NCAA Championships (Thu., May 15), media can pick up credentials in the UF SID Office, located on the third floor of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Once the event begins, all credentials will be left at the Ticket Will Call Window.
Where can I park my car?
- There will be signs directing all fans to appropriate areas. Summer classes will be in session and parking in some areas will result in ticketing.
- All parking in appropriate areas is FREE and within walking distance of the Ring Tennis Complex.
- All lots will be open beginning at 7 a.m.
Weekends: Open parking throughout campus
During the Team Event: Fraternity Row & Law School lots (driving West along SW 2nd Ave., make RIGHT turn onto Village Road, make LEFT turn across from Baby Gator Educational Center and parking lot will be directly ahead)
During the Individual Event: North End of the Track (enter off SW 2nd Avenue)
Reserved Parking Lot (pass required): Located within the Law School lot (enter off SW 2nd Avenue)
It's raining! What's the status of today's matches?
You can either call the UAA Weatherline (352-375-4683, ext. 3044) for the most up-to-date information on all Gator home events, including the NCAA Tennis Championships, or go to the official web site (www.GatorZone.com).
Will any of the matches be on television?
ESPN2 will provide tape-delayed coverage of the Women's Tennis Championships. In a new format this year, the program includes highlights from the team tournament, in addition to focusing on the final of the Singles and Doubles Championships. That broadcast will air Sunday, May 25 beginning at 2 p.m. ET.
When will the NCAA Singles & Doubles draws be released?
The NCAA Committee assembles the singles and doubles draws and makes them available sometime late Saturday, May 17th.
How can I get an updated draw?
By purchasing an official program, you are entitled to receive an updated of copy of the draws (team, singles & doubles) each day. Draws also will be updated each day on the official web site (www.GatorZone.com).
Is there a local photographer who we can hire to produce images from the NCAA Championships?
Jim Burgess, an independent photographer who lives in Gainesville, can be hired throughout the tournament. Jim's contact information: home phone is 352-378-3251; cell phone is 352-262-3251; email is JimBurgess@att.net.
Where will the 2004 NCAA Women's Tennis Championships be played?
The 2004 NCAA Tennis Championships will be hosted by the University of Georgia. Action at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex takes place from May 20-29, 2004. First and Second Round matches will be played on 16 campus sites from May 14-16, 2004.