NCAA Women’s basketball tournament to bring $27.2 million to San Antonio’s economy, report shows
SAN ANTONIO – In just a couple of weeks, visitors will begin arriving in San Antonio for the 2021 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. Nivin, also an Associate Professor of Economics at St. Mary’s University, prepared a report that was released on Monday by the San Antonio Local Organizing Committee (SALOC). “All 64 teams are coming to San Antonio, and at least 4 of them will be the entire time,” Nivin said. San Antonio business owners, locals rejoice over NCAA’s tournament announcementTeams start arriving on March 16, and 63 games will be played overall. The NCAA released the following statement:“Marriott properties, an official NCAA corporate partner, will house most of the tournament teams in downtown San Antonio.
INSIDE THE RING: Castaneda comes up short in Las Vegas
SAN ANTONIO San Antonios Kendo Castaneda took his latest fight on seven days notice. Tremendo told KSAT 12 Sports Saturday that he was staying fight ready and had no concerns going up against a veteran fighter who was trying to get back to a world title shot. Castaneda (17-2, 8 KOs) took his time to find his rhythm against the quick hitting and accurate Zepeda. However, for all the hype and love the broadcast showed for Zepeda, he didnt put away Castaneda easily. Castaneda indeed showed a lot of fight and never backed away from the quick hitting power punches of Zepeda.