2014 Big Ten Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments

2014 Tournaments Fan Guide (JPEG)

Thank you to the more than 111,000 fans who attended the six sell-out sessions of the 2014 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament. Both the men's and women's basketball tournaments return to Indianapolis in 2016.
 

Congratulations to Michgian State, the 2014 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament Champions
March 13-16, 2014
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
2014 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament Bracket
2014 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament Central

Congratulations to Nebraska, the 2014 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament Champions
March 6-9, 2014
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
2014 Big Ten Women's Tournament Central
2014 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament Bracket 

With 22 games and two titles up for grabs, Indianapolis is truly your home for Big Ten basketball action. The two weeks also include several Special fan events such as the Big Ten Hoops Day 5K, Big Ten Conference Career Expo, Big Ten Thinks Pink, restaurant pairings and pep rallies, and much more.


Indianapolis was the first city to host both tournaments in the same year, with 2014 marking the ninth occurrence of this feat. The 2014 edition serves as the 18th time the women’s tournament will be held in Indianapolis, while the men tip off in Indy for the ninth time. 

The City of Indianapolis and Bankers Life Fieldhouse play host to the Big Ten Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournaments again in 2016. Also, the Big Ten Conference and Indiana Sports Corp have recently come to an agreement that Indianapolis will host future Big Ten Basketball events with the Men's Tournament returning again in 2020 and 2022 and the Women's Tournament returning from 2016 through 2022.

For more information on the Big Ten Conference, click here. For more information on Bankers Life Fieldhouse, click here.

Ticket Information

On February 24, the Big Ten Conference announced that all six sessions of the Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament had sold out.
 
Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament all-session tickets were sold through the 12 universities in addition to a general public allotment.