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Lady Bucks win, will play sunday for championship

Discussion in 'Buckeye Basketball' started by OSUMBuckeye, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. OSUMBuckeye

    OSUMBuckeye Newbie

    The Ladies beat Purdue tonight to improve their big ten record to 13-2, they will play Penn St. at home sunday for a piece of the Big Ten Championship. MSU has already earned a piece of the championship and this game will decide who their co-champ will be.

    There is an article on the official site saying that they have already sold over 17,000 tickets and it may become the first sellout for women's basketball in the Schott. If this is true, then we are probably looking at not only a school record, but also a Big Ten record for attendance at a women's basketball as the current big ten record is 17,142. The Capacity at the Schott is 19,200 so we should easily eclipse that mark and hopefully a selllout will put us a couple thousand ahead.

    This should be a really great game, and I am looking forward to it as I have actually never been to a packed game. I think everyone should get some tickets and come to the game to help ensure that we can get a sellout.
     
  2. OSUMBuckeye

    OSUMBuckeye Newbie

    I got that figure off of the story on the athletics website, though I just looked and the Schott's web site has 19,500 as the capacity. It really doesn't matter though. Either way it could smash the old record and draw a very large crowd.
     
  3. OSUMBuckeye

    OSUMBuckeye Newbie

    From the Dispatch:

     

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