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Fan Information For Thursday’s Tennessee Versus UConn Game

Fan Information For Thursday’s Tennessee Versus UConn Game


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee women’s basketball team (16-6, 8-0 SEC) will carry a nine-game winning streak into Thursday night’s nationally-televised home match-up with No. 5 UConn (17-2, 10-0 BIG EAST).  To further amplify the highly-anticipated showdown at 8 p.m. ET, ESPN’s College GameDay Covered by State Farm will broadcast live from Thompson-Boling Arena from 7 to 8 p.m.
 
Elle Duncan will host the show from The Summitt, alongside commentators Andraya Carter, Rebecca Lobo, Carolyn Peck and Holly Rowe. Duncan also will report live for ESPN SportsCenter during the 6 to 7 p.m. window. 
 
Arena gates open to the public at 6 p.m. Below is helpful information for fans planning to attend the game.
 
Tickets

  • Tickets are available at AllVols.com or by calling (865) 656-1200.
  • Tennessee Athletics has tickets available for as low as $10 (plus tax/fees).
  • Fans arriving early for ESPN College GameDay should sit in the seats they purchased for the game.

 Traffic

  • Prior to the game, UTPD / Gameday Traffic Control improve the traffic flow and decrease the time fans spend sitting in traffic. Here are some measures taken:
  • Southbound traffic (going towards the river) on Lake Loudoun Blvd will not be permitted to make a left hand turn onto Phillip Fulmer Way beginning 45 minutes prior to tip off.
  • Northbound traffic on Lake Loudoun Blvd will not be permitted to turn left onto Chamique Holdsclaw Drive beginning 45 minutes prior to tip off.
  • Northbound traffic (in the left hand lane) on Lake Loudoun Blvd will not be permitted to turn right onto Phillip Fulmer Way beginning 45 minutes prior to tip off.
  • Rideshare info. is available below…
  • Rideshare pickup and drop-off will be available at Chamique Holdsclaw (at Todd Helton or Pat Summitt).
  • All rideshare vehicles should enter from the North (via Volunteer) towards Chamique Holdsclaw.
  • After the game, UTPD / Gameday Traffic Control expedite the traffic off campus and allow guests to get home as quickly as possible. Please follow police instructions.
  • In addition, this orderly pattern also allows the buses to more freely travel back and forth to the Ag campus to return guests to their vehicles at that location.
  • For additional information about parking on campus during basketball games and other special events, please visit the Parking and Transit Services website.

Parking

  • Parking lots open at 4 p.m. on game day
  • Free parking is available on the UT Ag…

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