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WHAT TO WEAR TO THE BIG DANCE?
Published March 14, 1996
Today, THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY provides the NCAA Women's Tournament brackets, including each school's shoe affiliations. Schools are listed in seed order. EAST REGION WEST REGION Tennessee Converse Stanford Nike Old Dominion Nike Penn State Nike Virginia Nike Colorado Nike Kansas Nike Alabama Nike Texas Reebok N.C. State Converse G. Washington Reebok Auburn Converse Mississippi Nike Texas A&M Nike Memphis Reebok Colorado State Converse Ohio State Reebok Nebraska Converse Toledo Reebok Kent Reebok Maine Nike Hawaii Nike S.W. Missouri St. Converse Montana Converse Mid. Tennessee St. Nike App. State Nike^ Manhattan Nike Tulane Reebok Holy Cross Nike Youngstown State Nike Radford Converse Grambling Adidas MIDEAST REGION MIDWEST REGION Connecticut Reebok LA Tech Adidas Iowa Reebok Georgia Nike Vanderbilt Reebok Clemson Nike Duke Nike Texas Tech Nike Florida Reebok Purdue Nike Wisconsin Reebok Oregon State Nike DePaul Nike Oklahoma State Nike Massachusetts Nike Utah Reebok Michigan State Reebok So. Mississippi Reebok SMU Reebok Rhode Island Reebok Oregon Nike S.F. Austin Converse San Francisco Adidas Notre Dame Nike James Madison Converse Portland Nike Harvard Reebok Austin Peay Converse Butler Converse St. Francis, PA Reebok Howard Nike Central Florida Reebok THE NUMBERS GAME: Twenty-nine schools will wear Nike footwear, followed by 20 in Reebok, 12 in Converse and three in Adidas. Officials at Appalachian State noted they purchase their shoes from Nike (THE DAILY).