All-Session Tickets for the 2007 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament Presented by Xbox Live On Sale November 25
The 13th annual women's event will be back in Indianapolis, March 1, 2, 4 & 5, 2007, where it has been staged in 11 of the 12 previous years. The bracket for the 2007 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament, along with information on tickets, travel, lodging, tournament history and more, can be found at both bigten.org and indianasportscorp.com.
2007 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament Presented by Xbox Live
All-session tickets for the women's tournament are $65 and will be available at the Conseco Fieldhouse box office, Ticketmaster outlets, ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at (317) 239-5151.
The Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament returns to Indianapolis for the 12th time in 13 years and has attracted more than 30,000 fans for each of the last five events. The 2006 tournament attendance of 38,638 and session average of 7,728 were both event records in the 12-year history of the tournament. The previous marks of 37,635 and 7,527 were set in 2004. The single-session record of 9,417, which was set in 2004, still stands. The five most recent editions of the women's tournament have posted the highest attendance in the event's history, surpassing the 30,000-patron mark each year. In the past 12 years of Big Ten Tournament play, the conference has welcomed more than 353,000 fans. Six different conference representatives have become tournament champions. Purdue leads all teams with five titles followed by two championships for both Iowa and Penn State and single titles for Indiana, Michigan State and 2006 winner Ohio State.
Fans wishing to purchase all-session tickets within their university’s fan block are encouraged to contact their school’s ticket office. Single-session tickets will go on sale February 3, 2007.
The Big Ten Conference is an association of 11 world-class universities whose member institutions share a common mission of research, graduate, professional and undergraduate teaching and public service. Founded in 1896, the Big Ten has sustained a comprehensive set of shared practices and policies that enforce the priority of academics in student-athletes’ lives and emphasize the values of integrity, fairness and competitiveness. Big Ten universities provide in excess of $89 million in athletic scholarship aid to more than 8,400 men and women student-athletes who compete for 25 championships, 12 for men and 13 for women. Conference institutions sponsor broad-based athletic programs with more than 270 teams. For more information, visit bigten.org.
Indiana Sports Corporation (ISC), a private not-for-profit entity, has a focused and critical purpose – attract and bring to Indiana marquee sporting events in a first-class manner. Since 1979, we’ve done just that:
For more information, visit indianasportscorp.com.