Toledo women’s basketball ranks No. 30 nationally in home attendance in 2018-19

April 10, 2019 | Athletics, News, Alumni
By Brian DeBenedictis

The NCAA released its final home attendance figures for the 2018-19 season April 8 and the Toledo women’s basketball team finished No. 30 in the country, averaging 3,728 fans per contest.

The Rockets also led the Mid-American Conference in attendance for an unprecedented 29th consecutive season.

Toledo led the Mid-American Conference in attendance an unprecedented 29th consecutive season in 2018-19 and ranked No. 30 in the NCAA, averaging 3,728 fans per home game.

Toledo drew at least 4,000 fans to seven of its 17 home contests during the year; this includes a season best 6,059 against 2019 NCAA Championship finalist Notre Dame Dec. 8, the third-largest crowd in school history.

The Rockets have ranked in the top 30 nationally in home attendance in seven of the last eight years under Head Coach Tricia Cullop. The Midnight Blue and Gold also finished No. 28 (3,748) in 2011-12, No. 25 (4,012) in 2012-13, No. 24 (3,932) in 2013-14, No. 28 (3,636) in 2014-15, No. 24 (4,050) in 2015-16, No. 27 (3,744) in 2016-17 and No. 31 (3,420) in 2017-18.

In 11 years under Cullop, the Rockets are 137-40 (.774) on their home court, including 77-22 (.778) against conference opponents.

Toledo also has won at least 11 home contests in nine seasons under Cullop, including a school-record 19 victories during the 2010-11 campaign.

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