NIL Store Team Represents Three Basketball Teams in NCAA Final Four

NIL Store Team Represents Three Basketball Teams in NCAA Final Four

And then there were three!

It is with great pride that the NIL Store enters the NCAA Final Four weekend with three partner schools vying for a National Championship.

On the men’s side, UConn men’s basketball and San Diego State men’s basketball sit on opposite sides of the bracket (pray they meet in the finals!).

And on the women’s side, Virginia Tech women’s basketball sits two wins away from capturing its first-ever National Championship.

The weekend marks the culmination of an incredible month at the NIL Store powered by Campus Ink, where we’ve reached unprecedented heights in reaching new audiences in the name of earning our athletes as much money as they can.

We kicked off the month of “Merch” with the conference tournaments, as all 15 schools in our network (30 men’s and women’s basketball teams) were still alive.

By the following weekend, we entered the NCAA Tournament with 19 men’s and women’s basketball teams across 13 schools.

It was a far cry from year one, when our hopes and dreams rested on the shoulders of solely the Illinois men’s basketball team!

By next week we will have finalized our full transition into “spring sport mode,” but, for now, enjoy this last weekend of the greatest show on television.

We know we sure will!

Go UConn NIL Store. Go SDSU NIL Store. Go Hokies NIL Store!

Quick Hitters

  1. Sportico released this cool chart displaying social media Instagram followers. The representation from women in comparison to men is stark. We are proud to support LSU’s Flau’jae Johnson, who is number one on the list.
  2. The NIL Store network is offering a special 20% off + shipping promo on each of its school sites for schools that have been knocked out of both the men’s and women’s tournaments. It’s a chance for fans to say one last “thank you” to the basketball players for all their efforts this season.
  3. On3NIL is projecting Bronny James, son of LeBron James, to earn a jaw-dropping $7.2 million annually in NIL deals.
  4. Congress held an NIL hearing on Wednesday, March 29, but it had “little to do with NIL” as noted by NIL Deal Now’s Egan Hadler.
  5. More on the congressional hearings from David Berkowitz, as the NCAA pursues federal NIL legislation.


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