They’ve done it again.
The Indiana women’s basketball’s home game on Feb. 22 against Iowa is officially sold out, the program announced on Wednesday via release.
It will be the second sellout in as many seasons. The Hoosiers sold out Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall against Purdue last February.
The Hoosiers have shattered attendance records in recent years and under 10th year head coach Teri Moren. They have claimed nine of the top 10 all-time attended games in program history, as four of the top five games have been set in the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons.
The program saw nearly doubled year-over-year attendance a season ago. IU posted this graphic on its social media accounts following the 2022-23 regular season.
In Moren’s first season at IU (2014-15), the program averaged just 2,617 fans per game.
In the release IU says a select number of tickets will be held for IU faculty, staff and students. Information on how to claim those tickets will be available soon.
Fans who would still like to purchase tickets can do so by using The Daily Hoosier’s affiliate link at Stub Hub.
Additionally, paid parking for the Feb. 22 game is also sold out. Free parking is in Gates 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Indiana and Iowa will meet twice this season, with the first matchup in Iowa City on January 13 at 8 p.m. ET on FOX. That contest is sold-out as well.
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