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Women's Basketball Season Tickets on Sale Now
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Women's Basketball Season Tickets on Sale Now

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina women’s basketball season ticket sales for 2023-24 are thriving this summer as the Gamecocks look to lead the nation in average attendance for the 10th straight season. The renewal deadline of Sept. 15 is approaching, but new purchasers can also place a deposit now to hold their spot for seat selection, which will take place later in September.

Season tickets for head coach Dawn Staley’s 16th season at South Carolina start at $55. New purchasers can put down a deposit now to secure their spot in the seat selection process, which will take place during the week of Sept. 25. That step is when they can purchase any level ticket available during their seat selection time slot. For information on season ticket pricing, visit

The Gamecocks return six members of their 2023 NCAA Final Four squad, including 2023 SEC Sixth Woman of the Year Kamilla Cardoso and SEC All-Freshman selection and team assist leader Raven Johnson. Juniors Sania Feagin and Bree Hall as well as sophomores Chloe Kitts and Ashlyn Watkins round out the returning group. Staley added senior transfers Te-Hina Paopao and Sakima Walker, and the group of veterans have welcomed three freshmen who, along with early enrollee Kitts, comprised the No. 2 signing class in the nation – 13th-ranked Milaysia Fulwiley, 25th-ranked Tessa Johnson and 40th-ranked Sahnya Jah.

The Gamecocks’ 2023-24 schedule full home schedule will be announced at a later time, but games against perennial powers Maryland (Nov. 12) and UConn (Feb. 11) have already been released. In SEC action, Colonial Life Arena will see games against NCAA Sweet 16 finishers Tennessee and Ole Miss, NCAA second-round entries Georgia and Mississippi State, WNIT participant Missouri, and Kentucky and Vanderbilt.

Continue to check and the team’s social media accounts (@GamecockWBB) for the most up-to-date information on South Carolina women’s basketball.