TicketSmarter is the official ticket resale marketplace of the Memphis Tigers and has premium Memphis Tigers women’s basketball tickets available for all home and away games. The University of Memphis first fielded a women’s basketball team in the 1914 season. The university dropped the women’s athletics programs in 1936 and the women’s basketball team returned to varsity status in 1972. The team currently plays in the American Athletic Conference. Before joining The American, the Memphis Tigers women’s basketball team won two Metro Conference and two C-USA championships.
In addition to conference success, the team has made multiple appearances in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament, as well as, the Women's National Invitation Tournament. The team plays their home games at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse, with occasional appearances at the FedExForum, which is shared with the men’s basketball team and the Memphis Grizzlies. Fans and alumni can secure their Memphis Tigers women’s basketball tickets today at TicketSmarter!
Several factors have an effect on the women’s basketball ticket prices at U of M. The strength of opponents, the number of games left in the season, the women’s basketball team’s win-loss record and whether it’s an in-conference or out-of-conference game are all variables that can change the ticket prices.
Tickets for Memphis Tigers women’s basketball matchups are very affordable for the whole family. The Elma Roane Fieldhouse offers reserved and general admission seating options. Reserved chairback seats can typically be found for around $10 to $15. General admission tickets can be purchased for around $5 to $10. Postseason tournaments such as the AAC Women’s Tournament or the NCAA Women’s March Madness games will usually be more expensive to attend.
The University of Memphis women’s basketball schedule typically starts in late October or early November. The regular season lasts until the beginning of March with games played against in-conference and out-of-conference opponents. After the regular season, the Tigers women’s basketball team competes in the American Athletic Conference Championship Tournament. If they qualify, the team will go on to compete in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament, which features the top 64 teams in the nation.
Memphis Tigers women’s basketball tickets go on sale once the school and conference schedules are released. As the official ticket resale partner of the Memphis Tigers, TicketSmarter will have college basketball tickets available for all major home and away games on the schedule.
The Elma Roane Fieldhouse is the home to the University of Memphis women’s basketball and women’s volleyball teams. The arena first opened in 1951 and served as the home of the Memphis Tigers men’s basketball team from 1951 to 1965. The arena is named after Elma Roane, who was the pioneer coach that helped women’s athletics return to varsity status at the University of Memphis. The fieldhouse has a seating capacity of 2,565, with 900 of those seats being reserved chair backs.
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