May 8 Renewals Begin
June 5 Renewal Deadline
Mid-July Seat Improvement Process
Late Sept. Single Game Presales
Oct. 1 Single Game Tickets On-Sale
Nov. 13-16 Season Opener

We are so proud of the support we receive from fans like you. Over 36,000 spectators attended a CU women’s basketball game last season.  The passion and energy that you bring to the Coors Events Center is critical to CU returning to the postseason for the fifth time in six years.  We are striving to continue this great atmosphere and home court advantage by attracting even more fans to stand shoulder to shoulder with our women’s basketball team for the 2015-16 season.  We look forward to you being a part of this and welcoming you back as valued season ticket holder.

What Can You Hope To See From Colorado This Season?

Coach Lappe’s Buffs will return eight letterwinners to a team that had one of its best offensive seasons in a decade. All-Pac-12 honorable mention forward Jamee Swan, Colorado's lone senior, returns as the Buffaloes' leading scorer (13.2 ppg) and rebounder (7.9 rpg). But she's not alone, junior wing Haley Smith was a versatile weapon for Colorado leading the team in field goal percentage and junior Lauren Huggins helped CU achieve the top 3-point percentage in the Pac-12. They team up with sophomores Brecca Thomas, Alina Hartmann and Zoe Correal who gained a lot of experience in 2014-15.

What's New This Season?

One of the most hearlded classes in recent memory is joining the Buffaloes for 2015-16. Guards Kennedy Leonard (Southlake, Texas) and Alexis Robinson (Ashland, Ky.) and forwards Monica Burich (Roseville, Minn.) and Makenzie Ellis (Tulsa, Okla.) are all expected to make immediate impacts. The Buffaloes also recently added Louisville transfer Ariana (Manassas, Va.) who must sit out the 2015-16 season, but will have three years of eligibility..

Who’s On The Schedule?

The Pac-12 is one of the premier women’s basketball conferences in the nation, and the Buffs home schedule will give our fans the opportunity to support CU against some of the best programs in the country. Five teams made the NCAA Tournament, the league's most since 2006, and seven overall advanced to postseason play.  Six of those, inclucing NCAA participants California, Stanford, Oregon State and Washington, will play at Coors this season.

What Do The Buffs Need?

You. Coach Lappe and her program caught some momentum at last year's Pac-12 Tournament with an upset of top-seeded and No. 8/9 ranked Oregon State and are looking to build on that and become a perennial NCAA Tournament program.  They cannot do it without you. We believe the Buffs have the BEST fans in the Pac-12 and want to continue the amazing atmosphere in the Coors Events Center this season. Your passionate support will be pivotal in sustaining our progress.  Be a part of it in 2015-16 and renew your tickets today.