Indiana Hoosiers basketball average ticket prices for the last four college basketball seasons has fluctuated slightly. The largest decrease came during the Hoosiers’ 2014-2015 season with a drop of 17%, moving from a $59 average ticket price to a $49 average price. The average price for that season has been the lowest over the four seasons as ticket prices rose 22% the following year reaching a $60 average. The average ticket price for the current 2016-2017 season is currently at $73, the highest Indiana Hoosiers ticket average for a season over the last four season and a 21% rise from the previous year.
(Data updated 1/18/2017)
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2017 Hoosiers Season Preview
The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team ended their season with an overall record of 27-8; in the Big Ten, they finished 15-3 for the Big Ten regular season title. The Hoosiers have not reached the Elite Eight since 2002 when former coach Make Davis took them to the National Championship game, the strong work ethic of this season's team is ready to change that. As the Indiana basketball heads into the 2016-2017 season, they have lost key players, Yogi Ferrell and Troy Williams. Current head coach for the Hoosiers, Tom Crean, is positive in his team's ability to play deeper, run better and improve on pressuring the ball on the defense end on the perimeter. The focal point for Indiana will be the return of guard James Blackmon Jr. and center Thomas Bryant. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Hoosiers at home games or supporting Indiana on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Indiana Hoosiers tickets, including home and away games.
Indiana Hoosiers Basketball at Assembly Hall Address: 1001 E 17th St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408
The Hoosiers play their home games at the Assembly Hall, located in Bloomington, Indiana on the campus of Indiana University. With a capacity of over 17,000 screaming fans, Assembly Hall is the place to be for all Indiana basketball games. Assembly Hall has been quoted as "the Carnegie Hall of basketball” by sportscaster Gus Johnson. The Indiana Hoosiers home bench is on the Assembly Hall sideline in front of sections 3, C-B. Assembly Hall parking information is covered in out Hoosiers event guide.
Indiana vs. Purdue
Consistently rated as one of the best rivalries in college sports, these two teams have heated match-ups every time they meet. Indiana and Purdue have been apart of the Big Ten Conference for over 100 years which has only added to the intensity. Both teams have won at least 20 conference championships and have appeared in the NCAA Tournament over at least 25 times.
Indiana in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and Big Ten Tournament
Indiana’s resume is tough to match in college basketball. The Hoosiers have won the National Championship five times, have reached the Final Four eight times, and have appeared in the NCAA Tournament over 35 times. Indiana has also won over 20 Big Ten Conference championships.
2014 Indiana Hoosiers Basketball Season Preview
Indiana made up the better half of a stacked Big Ten leading the conference with a 14-4 record through the 2013 regular season. The Hoosiers were definitely one of the teams to beat as they hung around the nation's top 5 all year. With a #1 seed in the East and a desire to relinquish their disappointing conference tournament performance many are expecting a deep run from the Hoosiers in the NCAA Tournament.
Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News - 2/14/2017
The Hoosiers had a great start to the season and were the top of the Big Ten contenders for the conference championship but with a 15-11 record that is seeming more unlikely. With only 1 more home game for the regular season a turnaround in their last five games would be difficult. The Hoosiers next game with be against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Wednesday night; tickets for the game have an average price of $26.
Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News - 2/1/2017
The Hoosiers have experienced some tough blows with player injuries. OG Anunoby is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury and James Blackmon Jr. experienced a lower leg injury which has put him off the court indefinitely. Indiana has a game against Penn State tonight in Bloomington; tickets for the game have an average price of $56.
Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News - 1/17/2017
The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team currently has a 12-6 record and a 2-3 record in the Big Ten. The Hoosiers have won their last three games against Kansas, UMass and Liberty. The Indiana Hoosiers will finish this week’s games with three matchups playing Penn State, Purdue and Michigan State. The biggest matchup for the week will be Hoosiers vs Spartans, with average ticket prices currently at $200 at Assembly Hall.