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IU to give students free entry to Indiana women's basketball's Monday tournament game

<p>The Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall crowd during Hoosier Hysteria is pictured. IU students will be able to attend Monday&#x27;s NCAA tournament game for free.</p>

The Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall crowd during Hoosier Hysteria is pictured. IU students will be able to attend Monday's NCAA tournament game for free.

IU students will be able to attend the Indiana women's basketball NCAA tournament game Monday for free, according to a tweet from the IU women's basketball Twitter account.

The game is scheduled for 8 p.m. Monday against Princeton University. The winner of Monday's game will move onto the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament.

To receive the free tickets, students should enter the south entrance of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, where they will be directed to a specific ticket window.

Any student who already purchased tickets will be refunded.

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