Nebraska women’s basketball reserved season tickets are on sale now at Huskers.com.
The “Seat Yourself” process for returning season ticket holders concluded on Thursday, Sept. 16, and new season tickets were available for purchase beginning on Tuesday afternoon (Sept. 21).
Nebraska women’s basketball reserved season tickets offer one of the best values in all of Husker sports. A full season of reserved tickets to 18 NU women’s home games at Pinnacle Bank Arena can be purchased for just $180 – a cost of just $10 per ticket ($5 off per game) throughout the season.
The 2021-22 Huskers return four starters and nearly their entire roster from last year’s team that advanced to the postseason. The Big Red has added one of the top-25 recruiting classes in the nation to the mix, including Australian National Team guard Jaz Shelley, 2021 Nebraska Gatorade High School Player of the Year Alexis Markowski (Lincoln Pius X) and Nebraska high school star Allison Weidner (Humphrey St. Francis), along with top national recruits Kendall Coley (Minneapolis) and Kendall Moriarty (Wheaton, Ill.).
Nebraska’s newcomers will join a returning group of Huskers led by All-Big Ten guard Sam Haiby (Moorhead, Minn.) and All-Big Ten forward Isabelle Bourne (Canberra, Australia). Haiby and Bourne were Nebraska’s top two scorers a year ago and are back alongside returning starters Ashley Scoggin (Dallas, Ore.) and Bella Cravens (Laie, Hawaii). The Huskers also return an experienced supporting cast that includes Annika Stewart (Minneapolis), Ruby Porter (Adelaide, Australia), Mi’Cole Cayton (Stockton, Calif.) and Whitney Brown (Grand Island, Neb.), who were all significant contributors to Nebraska’s success in 2020-21.
The Huskers, who have ranked among the top 25 nationally in average home attendance for 11 consecutive seasons, will face one of the most challenging home schedules in school history, including non-conference clashes with perennial postseason qualifiers Maine, Creighton, Drake and Wyoming, before a Big Ten home slate that includes battles with 2021 NCAA Tournament teams Michigan (Sweet 16), Iowa (Sweet 16), Rutgers, Indiana (Elite 8) and Northwestern.
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