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EVENT & ATTRACTION NOTES: TOP COLLEGE PLAYERS GET NEXT
Published March 27, 1998
Forty-eight of the country's top college women basketball players will compete in the inaugural "Women's Collegiate World Games" (WCWG), a national showcase tournament April 2-4 at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA. Six teams of eight players will compete in round-robin play with the semi-final match-ups and championship game slated for Saturday, April 4. The Championship game will be televised on regional cable nets, including MSG, Home Team Sports, Fox Sports South and the Sunshine Network (WCWG). NOTES: Intersport TV will bring its '98 U.S. Collegiate Golf Championship to the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL, April 3-5 (Intersport)....MA-based P.S./ StarGames announced it will establish the first annual Best of the Beach Invitational competition for the world's top women pro beach volleyball players. The event will be televised on ESPN on a tape delayed basis (StarGames).