Tickets for all sessions for the 2023 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament go public at 12:00 PM ET on January 17th.
Tickets will be available at this link: UnitedCenter.com/2023BigTenTickets
The United Center in Chicago, Illinois, home of the Chicago Bulls, is hosting the 26th tournament of the conference March 8-12.
According to a Big Ten release, the tournament will feature a discounted student ticket program. Big Ten university students can purchase $25 tickets valid only for their school’s session or sessions.
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All students must have a valid student ID to enter the country. Student seating is available in balcony sections and orders are limited to one ticket per student. Details of the discounted student ticket program have been sent to the university treasury for direct distribution to students.
The Big Ten tournament did not bode well for the Indiana Hoosiers, who hold a 15-24 record in the event. Indiana is one of seven schools without a Big Ten tournament title in its name, and Michigan state leads the conference with six. The Hoosiers’ best result came during the 2000-01 season when they lost to Iowa in the championship game 63-61.
However, success in the Big Ten tournament was the reason Indiana reached the NCAA tournament as a freshman under Mike Woodson. The Hoosiers went from a 17-point deficit at 12:54 in the second half to defeat Michigan 74-69 on March 10. In the quarterfinals against Illinois, Trayce Jackson-Davis’ 21 points led the Hoosiers to a 65-63 win. This proved to be Indiana’s ticket to the NCAA tournament, despite losing to Iowa in the semifinals after a game-winning 3-pointer from Jordan Bohannon just before the buzzer.
- GAME STORY: INDIANA TAKES BACK BADGERS: Indiana looked lost during a recent three-game losing streak, but on Saturday they completely reversed the script, closing No. 18 Wisconsin 63-45 at Assembly Hall with a great defensive effort. CLICK HERE
- GERONIMO STEP AGAINST WISCONSIN: Indiana forward Jordan Geronimo responded to coach Mike Woodson’s challenge with his best game of the season, a 12-point, 11-rebound double-double in the Hoosiers’ 63-45 win over Wisconsin on Saturday. CLICK HERE
- ESSEGIAN SHINES FOR WISCONSIN: Wisconsin freshman guard Connor Essegian scored 14 points and had 11 rebounds Saturday and returned to his home state. The 6-foot-4 guard from Fort Wayne, Indiana earned 2,526 career points for Central Noble High School. CLICK HERE
- WHAT WOODSON SAID Here’s what Indiana head coach Mike Woodson had to say after the Hoosiers’ 63-45 win over No. 18 Wisconsin indoors. Read his full transcript or just watch the attached video of the press conference. CLICK HERE
- WHAT JACKSON-DAVIS SAID TO GERONIMO: After the Hoosiers’ 63-45 win over No. 18 Wisconsin, forwards Trayce Jackson-Davis and Jordan Geronimo addressed the media. Read the full transcript or just watch the attached video of the entire press conference. CLICK HERE
- INDIANA SCHEDULE: The Indiana Hoosiers basketball schedule for the 2022-2023 season is complete. Here’s the full schedule with dates, game times and TV info, as well as links to the stories on the games already played. CLICK HERE
- JACKSON-DAVIS MOVES ON THE GOALS LIST: Trayce Jackson-Davis was already number 15 on Indiana’s all-time scoring chart before deciding to come back for his senior year. Now he’s on his way up the goalscoring chart again in 2022/23 and we’ll update the goalscoring chart after every game. CLICK HERE