IOWA CITY, Iowa – The University of Iowa women’s basketball team is set to host Crossover at Kinnick presented by State Farm on Sunday, Oct. 15. The Hawkeyes will face DePaul at 2 p.m. (CT) and the exhibition will broadcast on the Big Ten Network and the Hawkeye Radio Network. Proceeds of the event will benefit The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital.
General admission tickets for the event are still available. $5 for adults, students, and youth in Kinnick Stadium only.
“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for our women’s basketball program and the sport”, P. Sue Beckwith Head Coach Lisa Bluder said. “I look forward to seeing all of our closest friends inside Kinnick Stadium for a historic day. I want to thank the Big Ten Network for putting us on a national stage once again.”
Parking passes for vehicles and buses in lots closest to Kinnick may be purchased in advance prior to Noon on Saturday, Oct. 14. The UI Athletics Ticket Office will be contacting those that have purchased game tickets with the opportunity to purchase parking starting the week of September 18th.
Free day-of-game parking will be available at the Finkbine Golf Course, University Club (Lot 73), Lower Finkbine Lot, Softball Lot, Hancher Auditorium (Lot 55), Hawkeye Commuter (Lot 85), and Hall of Fame (Lot 71). Day-of-game ADA parking will be available in Ramp 4, and a limited number of ADA spaces will be available in Lot 52.
Complimentary CAMBUS shuttle service from Hancher Auditorium (Lot 55) will be provided beginning two hours before tip-off until approximately one hour after the game.
With parking lots opening four hours prior to tip-off, tailgating will be permitted.
If the Crossover at Kinnick event is moved to Carver-Hawkeye Arena due to inclement weather, Iowa Athletics will accommodate only those who purchased a $20 Rain or Shine event ticket. Tickets for Carver-Hawkeye Arena will be general admission. Tickets are non-refundable as the proceeds of the event will benefit The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital. Those who purchase a Kinnick-only ticket will receive a commemorative digital souvenir in the event of inclement weather.
The UI women’s basketball team is coming off a historic season in which it won a school-record 31 games, finished NCAA national runners-up and was second in the country in attendance. Senior guard Caitlin Clark, who was the consensus National Player of the Year and Collegiate Woman of the Year, averaged 27.8 points, 8.6 assists and 7.1 rebounds per game. Seniors Gabbie Marshall and Kate Martin, and sophomore Hannah Stuelke also return for Lisa Bluder’s 24th season as Iowa’s head coach.