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Big 12 Announces Championship Sites
June 06, 2016
Sixteen championship locations for 23 conference-sponsored sports highlight the 2016-17 Big 12 Championship schedule, the league has announced.

This season will mark the return of the Big 12 Softball Championship for the first time since 2010. The event will return to a familiar home, as it will be played at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Complex in Oklahoma City.

Sprint Center in Kansas City will host the Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship for the eighth consecutive campaign in an agreement that will continue through 2020. The women's basketball postseason event is slated for Oklahoma City for the fifth time in conference history and will be at Chesapeake Arena each of the next three years. The baseball championship will also remain in Oklahoma, with competition taking place in Oklahoma City through 2020 as well.

Nine of the Big 12 Championships will be at neutral site locations, with seven others slated for campus venues.

2016-17 Big 12 Championship Schedule
As of June 6, 2016
Date Sport Venue Location
October 29 Cross Country The Rawls Course at Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas
November 2, 4 & 6 Soccer Swope Soccer Village Kansas City, Mo.
February 22-25 Swimming & Diving Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center Austin, Texas
February 24-25 Indoor Track & Field Lied Recreation-Athletic Family Ames, Iowa
March 3-6 Women's Basketball Chesapeake Arena Oklahoma City, Okla.
March 4-5 Wrestling BOK Center Tulsa, Okla.
March 8-11 Men's Basketball Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo.
March 18 Gymnastics Dr Pepper Arena Frisco, Texas
March 24-25 Equestrian Willis Family Equestrian Center Waco, Texas
April 21-23 Women's Golf The Dominion Country Club San Antonio, Texas
April 24-26 Men's Golf Prairie Dunes Country Club Hutchinson, Kan.
April 27-30 Tennis Headington Family Tennis Center Norman, Okla.
May 12-13 Softball ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Complex Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 12-14 Outdoor Track & Field Rock Chalk Park Lawrence, Kan.
May 13-14 Rowing Melton Hill Lake Oak Ridge, Tenn.
May 24-28 Baseball Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City, Okla.
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