IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa, in conjunction with the Big Ten Conference, announced start times and television information for select women’s basketball games for the 2023-24 season.
In all, the nationally-ranked Hawkeyes have been selected to appear on television network or Peacock 23 times during the regular season, including 18 conference games.
It’s the most coverage via nationally distributed platforms in Big Ten women’s basketball history. Six Big Ten regular-season games will be on a nationally broadcast platform (either NBC or FOX), the most in conference history. The Hawkeyes will be featured in four of the six contests – Indiana (Jan. 13/FOX), at Ohio State (Jan. 21/NBC), at Maryland (Feb. 3/FOX), Ohio State (March 3/FOX).
All remaining home nonconference contests will be streamed on B1G+ (subscription). Game times for those games, along with road and neutral site dates against Virginia Tech (Nov. 9), at Northern Iowa (Nov. 13), and at Iowa State (Dec. 6), will be announced in the coming weeks.
2023-24 SCHEDULE NOTES
– For the second straight season, Iowa will open its Big Ten slate with identical opponents and locations in December. The Hawkeyes will travel to Wisconsin on Dec. 10 and host Minnesota on Dec. 30.
– The Hawkeyes will play back-to-back conference road games twice during the regular season.
– The start and end of Iowa’s conference slate is balanced with three away/home contests.
– The Hawkeyes will play five weekend home games against Big Ten competition (three Saturday, two Sunday). Saturday games inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena come against Minnesota (Dec. 30), Indiana (Jan. 13) and Nebraska (Jan. 27). Iowa is scheduled to be home the final two Sundays of the regular season (Feb. 25 & March 3).
– The Hawkeyes will play on Super Bowl Sunday for the second straight season and eighth time in nine years. Iowa will play at Nebraska on Sunday, Feb. 11.
– The Big Ten Tournament will return to the Target Center in Minneapolis, March 6-10, 2024.
Iowa 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, Collegiate Woman of the Year and AAU Sullivan Award winner, 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.
Tickets for Iowa’s Crossover at Kinnick are still available in general admission seating. All purchases are nonrefundable, tickets for adults are $10 and $5 for youth (18 & younger). Season tickets for the 2023-24 campaign are sold out for the first time in program history.
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