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2008 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball Championship
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Tuesday, March 11
Game 1:
No. 8 Iowa State 76, No. 9 Colorado 50
(Metro Sports)
Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
CU Quotes ISU Quotes Notes Gallery
Game 2:
No. 12 Missouri 70, No. 5 Oklahoma 64
(Metro Sports)
Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
MU Quotes OU Quotes Notes Gallery 
Game 3:
No. 7 Texas 75, No. 10 Texas Tech 63
(Metro Sports)
Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
UT Quotes TTU Quotes
Notes Gallery 
Game 4:
No. 11 Kansas 73, No. 6 Nebraska 67
(Metro Sports)
Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML
KU Quotes NU Quotes
Notes Gallery 
Wednesday, March 12
Game 5:
No. 8 Iowa State 66, No. 1 Kansas State 65 (OT)
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
ISU Quotes KSU Quotes
Notes Gallery
Game 6:
No. 4 Texas A&M 65, No. 12 Missouri 39
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
MU Quotes TAM Quotes
Notes Gallery
Game 7:
No. 7 Texas 76, No. 2 Baylor 61
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
UT Quotes BU Quotes
Notes Gallery 
Game 8:
No. 3 Oklahoma State 82, No. 11 Kansas 62
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
KU Quotes OSU Quotes
Notes Gallery 
Thursday, March 13
Game 9:
No. 4 Texas A&M 65, No. 8 Iowa State 53
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
TAM Quotes ISU Quotes
Gallery 
Game 10:
No. 3 Oklahoma State 75, No. 7 Texas 72
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
OSU Quotes UT Quotes
Notes Gallery
Friday, March 14
Championship Press Conference
Oklahoma State Quotes
Texas A&M Quotes
Saturday, March 15
Game 11:
No. 4 Texas A&M 64, No. 3 Oklahoma State 59
(FSN) | Postgame Press Conference
Championship Game
Recap
Box Score: HTML PDF
OSU Quotes TAM Quotes
Notes Gallery

The 2008 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship returned to Kansas City’s Municipal Auditorium for the eighth time in conference history. Kansas City hosted the first six women’s postseason events from 1997-2002, in addition to the 2005 championship.

Municipal Auditorium opened in 1936 and has hosted nearly every type of event from U.S. presidential campaigns to NCAA Final Four championships. It has hosted more Final Fours than any other facility with nine total as well as the NCAA Women’s Basketball Midwest Regionals in 2000 and 2005.

The arena can seat 10,700 people with 7,300 permanent upholstered seats. Municipal Auditorium features a 92-foot ceiling and a 26,200 square foot floor built of oak two-by-fours set on end. Special sports lighting can be lowered to provide intense lighting at the center of the floor. Renovations, including the scoreboard and locker rooms were completed prior to the 2005 championship.

The auditorium is accessible from the south side of 13th Street where visitors enter through the splendid 3,600-square foot Grand Foyer. The arena is also connected by covered walkways to Bartle Hall, the Conference Center and the Auditorium Plaza Garage. It is a short walk to the newly-opened Sprint Center, site of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship.

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