The nation's gymnastics attendance leader, Utah has led all women's sports in home attendance three times in the last four years.
Sept. 17, 2013
SALT LAKE CITY--
With the gymnastics season still four months away, the season ticket count is already at 5,154 and rising. The Utes hope to reach or surpass last year's record season sales of 6,889. Including single-meet sales, the Utes averaged 14,349 fans per home meet in 2013 to lead all women's NCAA sports.
For Utah's season attendance figures and rankings over the years, click here.
"Our amazing crowd is one of the biggest selling points for our recruits," said Utah coach Greg Marsden. "The atmosphere in the Huntsman Center on meet night is unmatched anywhere. There are still plenty of good seats available for season sales and we think we offer one of the best entertainment values in town."
Season ticket prices range from $30-$120. Order season tickets online or by calling 801-581-UTIX.
Although the Pac-12 Conference has not yet announced the 2014 gymnastics schedule, the Utes know they will open at home on Saturday, Jan. 11 against Brigham Young, Southern Utah and Boise State. Other home meets will feature UCLA, Arizona, Oregon State, Washington and Georgia.
Fans can see a free exhibition on Dec. 13 at the annual Red Rocks Preview.
Here are Utah's season ticket sales figures since 2006:
2014: 5,154 (as of Sept. 17)