Due to soaring demand for the inaugural Indiana women's basketball reserved season-ticket package for the 2023-2024 season, the reserved section of seating in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall will expand, according to an Indiana Athletics release Wednesday.
Reserved season tickets first went on sale May 10. Per Indiana Athletics, all other Big Ten schools have reserved seating for women's basketball. The reserved seating for Indiana women's basketball next season was intended for the first 25 rows of the east side of the Main Level in Assembly Hall. That has now changed to both the east and west sides.
Reserved season tickets cost $112 for adults, $80 for faculty and staff, and $48 for those aged 65 and above, or 18 and under. The general admission season tickets — all other seating, including the court-level bleachers – cost $96 for adults and $48 for seniors and youths.
Per release, the reserved seat location process will be determined later this summer via the IU Priority Point system. When buying reserved season tickets, fans have the opportunity to sit in groups. There is an option online to select one's seat or defer to one's group leader.
Last season, Indiana women's basketball clinched the program's first Big Ten regular-season title in 40 years, playing in front of the program's first-ever sellout crowd of over 17,000 at Assembly Hall. Season tickets for the 2023-24 season can be purchased online here.