|3 top seeds face tough path on foes' home courts|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The NCAA’s drive to boost attendance for its women’s tournament could force three No. 1 seeds to go on the road and beat lower-seeded teams on their home floor to advance.
Coaches criticized the NCAA’s decision last summer to allow schools to host regionals, saying it could give teams an unfair advantage. Their concerns were realized Monday night with the release of the NCAA tournament pairings.
Though the NCAA already has announced it’s going back to neutral regional sites starting in 2015, teams must live with the format this year.
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