CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP — The Miami Hurricanes have a season-ticket sellout in men’s basketball for the first time.
Single-game tickets remain available, but the school has sold all 5,600 season tickets for games at their 7,972-capacity arena. The Hurricanes (5-0) cracked the Top 25 this week and are ranked No. 15.
Says coach Jim Larranaga: “It’s the greatest feeling for every coach and player to now be in a position that every one of our games is a sellout.”
Season-ticket sales have more than doubled since Larranaga’s first season in 2011-12, when Miami sold 2,251 season tickets. The previous high was 3,674 in 2013-14.
The Hurricanes’ next game is at home Friday against Northeastern.