Killinger and Sycamores announce last three games of 2021-22 non-conference calendar


HIGH EARTH, Ind. – The head coach Chad killer and the Indiana State Women’s Basketball Team released the final three non-conference games of the 2021-22 season Wednesday afternoon as the Sycamores wrapped up their schedule for the upcoming season.

The Sycamores will be on the road Nov. 26-27 for the Georgia Southern Thanksgiving Classic against Jacksonville State and host Georgia Southern, while Indiana State will host the University of Illinois at Chicago at the Hulman Center on Dec. 14.

Indiana State will now host four non-conference home games with the full schedule announced. Sycamores host Stephens College (November 9), Eastern Illinois (November 17) and Western Michigan (December 4), in addition to the UIC home game at the Hulman Center.

The road portion of the program includes trips to St. Louis (November 14), Western Kentucky (November 24), Georgia Southern Thanksgiving Classic (November 26-27), Chicago State (December 1), in Nebraska (December 1). 11) and Purdue Fort Wayne (December 20).

The Missouri Valley Conference game opens on the road Dec. 30 in Drake.

Season tickets for the 2021-22 Indiana State women’s basketball season are also on sale now. With the Indiana State’s Hulman Center back to full capacity, Sycamore fans can reserve their seats for the upcoming season.

Those looking for more information on season tickets can contact the Assistant Sports Ticket Director. Austin Bishop by phone at 812-237-8972 or by email at [email protected] Fans can also call 877-ISU-TIXS or email [email protected] Fans also have the option to purchase subscriptions online by clicking HERE.

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