Women's Basketball
Wildcats’ Tip Times, TV Designations Released

Wildcats’ Tip Times, TV Designations Released

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The University of Kentucky women’s basketball team has been selected for 11 nationally televised games in 2023-24, including two during the nonconference schedule and nine during the Southeastern Conference schedule, the league office announced Wednesday.

The Wildcats also have announced the location of their SEC home games, which are all scheduled to be played at Rupp Arena at the Central Bank Center.

The UK women’s basketball team’s full schedule, including tip times and TV designations, can be found online here.

Kentucky’s pair of TV games during the nonconference schedule this season both feature Atlantic Coast Conference opponents.

The ACC / SEC Challenge, which features Kentucky hosting Boston College at the Clive M. Beck Center on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. ET, will air on SEC Network. Then, the 59th edition of UK vs. UofL at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky, on Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. ET will be broadcast on the ACC Network.

Kentucky’s nine remaining TV games will feature SEC matchups, with five of those matchups being road games, giving Big Blue Nation ample opportunity to watch its favorite team away from Lexington.

Fans are encouraged to purchase season tickets online now at UKathletics.com/tickets. Season tickets offer considerable savings over the cost of buying single-game tickets.

Season ticket prices include admission to all regular season home games inside Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center.

Due to the smaller sized arenas, games held at Transylvania’s Clive M. Beck Center and Georgetown’s Davis-Reid Alumni Gym will be ticketed separately from the season ticket package. Season ticket holders will receive more information in October regarding the ticket claim process for games played at the Clive M. Beck Center and Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.

For more information on the Kentucky women’s basketball team, visit UKathletics.com or follow @KentuckyWBB on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


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