Bloomington, Ind. - After a record-breaking year last season in which attendance skyrocketed by 85 percent, tickets are now available for 2003-04 Indiana women's basketball at Assembly Hall.
Season tickets can be purchased by contacting the Indiana ticket office toll free at 1-866-IUSPORTS.
One of the best bargains around, season tickets for the Hoosiers' 13 home dates sell for only $52 for adults and $26 for youths. Season tickets give fans the opportunity to watch Kathi Bennett's Hoosiers take on some of the top teams and players in the nation.
Group tickets are available at a special rate of $2 per ticket for groups of 20 or more.
Within IU's 13-game schedule, the Hoosiers host five teams that participated in the NCAA Tournament last year, headlined by arch-rival Purdue on Sunday, January 25 at 2 p.m. The Hoosiers also host last year's Big Ten Player of the Year, Kelly Mazzante and Penn State on Thursday, February 5.
Flexibility is one of the bonuses of purchasing Indiana women's basketball season tickets, as fans receive ticket coupons in the mail and decide whether they want to use one ticket for each game or bring a friend and use multiple tickets for a game.
A pair of native Hoosiers figure to lead the offensive charge for Bennett's squad this year, as 2003 Big Ten All-Freshman selection and Bloomington South graduate Cyndi Valentin is back for her sophomore year. She is joined by last year's leading scorer and former Miss Basketball runner-up, Jenny DeMuth.
Indiana women's basketball games at Assembly Hall will be the place to be for birthday parties this year. Fans can receive birthday presents that include an autographed poster, pom-poms, stickers, and face tattoos and will be treated to pizzas, soda, party hats and favors, cake, and of course, tickets to the game. Simply call (812) 855-9517 to order a birthday pack.
Birthday packages can be purchased for either $75 or $100, based on the size of the group attending.
Also available are gift packs that contain five general admission tickets that can be used at any home game. Selling for only $20, gift packs are an affordable way for fans to get the experience of Indiana basketball at Assembly Hall.