The release below is from Iowa. It’s encouraging to see the fans pouring back into Carver-Hawkeye Arena. It can be such a loud venue and make a huge difference for the home team. It’s all the more exacerbated with the up-tempo style of play and having a deep team; leave it all on the court until your ‘shift’ is done then get a breather. That extra energy helps. Here is the release:
Single-game tickets for University of Iowa men’s basketball games went on sale to the general public Wednesday morning and sales for a number of home games are quickly reaching sellout status.
There are no more tickets available, at this time, for Iowa’s home game against Michigan (Feb. 8), while only single seats remain for home dates against Notre Dame (Dec. 3), Minnesota (Jan. 19), Wisconsin (Feb. 22), Purdue (March 1/2) and Illinois (March 8/9).
UI students can still request season tickets online via UI’s official website hawkeyesports.com, while general public and UI Faculty/Staff still interested in purchasing season tickets need to CALL the ticket office (1-800-424-2957) to receive assistance in selecting their seats.
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Fans interested in purchasing single-game tickets for all other home games may do so online, by phone or in person at the UI Ticket Office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena during normal business hours.
Iowa’s first public appearance will be Friday, Oct. 25 when the men’s and women’s teams host the Black & Gold Blowout (8 p.m.). Tickets are only $5 for adults and free for UI students and youth. Although Blowout tickets are free for UI students and youth, everyone will need a ticket.
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