The Wisconsin Badgers college basketball ticket averages have seen changes over the last four college basketball seasons. The Badgers average ticket prices have seen a pattern of increasing and decreasing every other season from 2013 to 2016. The Wisconsin's 2013 and 2014 basketball seasons saw a 16% difference in ticket averages going from a $50 price to $42. The largest increase came during the 2015 season when prices rose 50% to the highest ticket average within Wisconsin’s last four seasons, reaching a ticket average price of $60. The current 2016-2017 Wisconsin Badgers season saw an 18% drop in game tickets, decreasing to a ticket average of $49.
(Data updated 1/23/2017)
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2017 Badgers Season Preview
As the 2016-2017 NCAA Basketball season progresses the Wisconsin Badgers are proving to be the expected winner of the Big Ten Championship. The Badgers have a current season record of 14-3 and the 2nd spot in the conference, following Maryland. Sophomore forward, Ethan Happ has strengthened on of the country’s top athletic frontcourts. Last season, Wisconsin brought on a Greg Gard as the head coach and with his second year with the Badgers the team has seemed to grow as a stronger and improved team. Watch for the Badgers as they take a run for the conference championship and their spot in the tournament.
Wisconsin Badgers Basketball at Kohl Center Address: 601 West Dayton Street Madison, Wisconsin 53715
The University of Wisconsin Badgers basketball team plays their home games at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin. The Kohl Center has been home to Badger basketball since 1998, and can seat over 17,000 fans. The arena is one of the largest indoor venues in the State of Wisconsin, and is also one of the largest college basketball arenas in the country. The Kohl Center is also home to Wisconsin’s Men’s ice hockey team, as well as several of the State’s high school basketball tournaments. The arena is named after former United States Senator Herb Kohl, who was influential in the creation of the venue. The Kohl Center replaced the historic Wisconsin Field House, which had been the home of Badger basketball since the 1930’s. Sometimes referred to as the “Madhouse in Madison,” The Kohl Center is one of the most difficult places in the country for opposing teams to play. From 2001 through 2007 the Badgers only lost 6 times at the Kohl Center, winning over 90% of the games played at home. Opposing teams walk into a sea of cardinal and are seldom given enough quiet to think. The Kohl Center is one of the most exciting places to watch a college basketball game and houses one of the best home court advantages of anywhere in the nation.
Wisconsin vs. Marquette
Dating back to 1917, this rivalry is between two of the most dominant basketball programs in the Midwest. Both the Badgers and the Golden Eagles have played in multiple Final Four’s, and both have been crowned National Champions. The two schools that are separated by only about 75 miles, have played more than 120 times, with the Badgers holding a slight lead in wins. There are few in-state rivalries in the country between two programs capable of going to the Final Four, this is one of the best.
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota
One of the most tightly contested rivalries in the country, Badgers-Golden Gophers is a slug-fest of basketball titans. The two schools have played more than 190 times, with the overall series remaining incredibly close. These border rivals have been fighting for supremacy in the Big 10, and the Midwest for decades with both finding considerable success against the other. This matchup has become famous for physical defensive minded basketball and deafening crowd noise. Easily one of the Big 10’s best games, this rivalry is college basketball at its finest.
Wisconsin vs. Iowa
One of the oldest basketball rivalries in the nation, Badgers-Hawkeyes is full of history. Wisconsin and Iowa have been playing basketball for over a century. After the two teams had met 158 times, the series was dead even at 79-79. These longtime Big 10 rivals seem to never get tired of creating great moments and beating the other. The Midwest is known for having many of college basketballs best rivalries, the atmosphere of this game easily rivals any in the region.
2016-2017 Wisconsin Badgers Basketball Season Preview
2015-16 represents a new chapter in Texas Longhorns Basketball history. Legendary Longhorns basketball coach Rick Barnes has handed the reigns of the Horns basketball program over to rising coaching star Shaka Smart. Smart inherits a talented Longhorns roster that is highlighted by senior center Cameron Ridley and junior point guard Isaiah Taylor. Smart is known for his “havoc” defensive schemes that often utilize full court pressure, and agility to disrupt opposing offenses. The 2015-16 Longhorns basketball team will rely heavily on its upper classmen, with Javon Felix, Connor Lammert, and Prince Ibeh all expected to play big minutes. Texas will also welcome talented freshmen Tvin Mack, Eric Davis, and Kerwin Roach. The Texas Longhorns will be tested early and often on their 2015-16 schedule with non-conference games scheduled against Washington, North Carolina, and UCONN. If Texas is able to adjust to the new coaching scheme, the Longhorns should be contenders in a very packed Big 12 conference in 2015-16.
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