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Portland, BYU and Texas Tech lead at gate
November 14th, 2012 9:50PM

TAGS:  college women


[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Nine first-round games in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament drew crowds of more than 1,000. Portland, BYU and Texas Tech led the way. For all the first-round crowds ...

2512 Portland-Washington State
2200 BYU-Utah State
1738 Texas Tech-North Texas
1624 San Diego State-Cal State Northridge
1438 Penn State-LIU Brooklyn
1205 Pepperdine-California
1179 Texas A&M-Stephen F. Austin
1149 Stanford-Idaho State
1123 Santa Clara-Long Beach State
989 Virginia-La Salle
945 West Virginia-Princeton
917 Missouri-Illinois
894 Arizona State-Baylor
871 Kentucky-UT Martin
853 Michigan-Central Michigan
836 Tennessee-Miami (Ohio)
815 Denver-Colorado College
768 UCF-Miami (Fla.)
719 Washington-Auburn
689 Florida-FGCU
626 Colgate-Rutgers
610 North Carolina-Radford
603 Ohio State-Oakland
602 Virginia Tech-Georgetown
549 Duke-Loyola (Md.)
541 UCLA-Wisconsin
534 Marquette-Illinois State
520 Florida State-Mississippi Valley State
506 Maryland-Stony Brook
458 Boston College-Hofstra
374 Wake Forest-Georgia Southern
369 Notre Dame-Milwaukee

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