The National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA, is the governing body that oversees all the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the U.S. and beyond. More than 1,200 schools, conferences and individuals comprise the membership of the organization. While the NCAA is in charge of regulating athletic programs, they also are in charge of some of the biggest events in sports.

Volleyball, softball, tennis are just some of the sports that the NCAA watches over, it is football and basketball that have become the major money-makers for college athletics. Football with its huge stadiums, conferences championships and bowl games bring in billions of dollars in revenue each year to the universities and the NCAA. The National Championship game annually has become one of the toughest tickets in sports to get, with prices going well above $1,000. For basketball, fan interest is peaked during March, when the NCAA Tournament rolls around. From first round games to the Final Four, the tournament brings in big money in revenue.

UCF Students Line Up Overnight for Peach Bowl Tickets
The University of Central Florida Knights will go into the Peach Bowl undefeated on New Years Day, taking on the Auburn Tigers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, and UCF students are eager to see if their team can uphold their winning streak. So eager, in fact, that students lined... Read more
University Administrators Sweat as Major Tax Change Hangs in Balance
Administrators at some of the largest educational institutions in the United States are sweating things out as the proposed GOP tax reform plan hangs in the balance in Washington. As the supporters of the bill seek to whip support with the narrowest of margins, the fate of some serious... Read more
Market Heat Report: New York (Knicks) State of Mind
The NBA season is upon us – at least in terms of the schedule being out – and the New York Knicks were all over the marketplace on Tuesday, taking six of the top 12 spots in the Market Heat Report for the day. The Spike Lee Favorites had contests... Read more
Market Heat Report: Beautiful Numbers for the Beautiful Game
It’s feeling awful European (or, rather, awful ‘everywhere but the United States’) these days, as the secondary market continues to be absolutely dominated by soccer, which took eight of the Top 10 spots in the daily tally on TicketNetwork. While Kenny Rogers remained at No. 1 with his farewell... Read more
Market Heat Report: Lollapalooza On the Horizon
With summer here, Lollapalooza is on the way, and the venerable multi-day event jumped into the Top 20 in sales on the TicketNetwork marketplace on Wednesday, showing up just outside of the Top 10 with 4-day passes. Excitement for Lollapalooza aside, the dominant force in the market was once... Read more
Tickets On Sale: Monday, July 17, 2017
Fans of professional surfer-turned accoustic crooner Jack Johnson have several reasons to be happy on this most palindromic date of 7-17-17, as several dates from the Hawaii-native are up for grabs in presale, headlining the days ticket action. Other highlights for the day include some serious college football contests,... Read more
Tickets On Sale: July 6, 2017
Still riding high after the launch of her debut album Ctrl was met with critical praise in the past month, SZA will be touring throughout the country, with dates available on presale starting today. She will reportedly be supported at select dates by Ravyn Lenae and Smino, among others.... Read more
Market Heat Report: Tennis on Both Sides of the Atlantic
The men’s semifinals for both Wimbledon – which kicked off this week – and the upcoming U.S. Open in New York made the list of top sellers on the TicketNetwork marketplace from Wednesday, June 29, 2017. Garth Brooks held on to No. 1 for his October 12th date as... Read more
Market Heat Report: College Baseball Takes Top Billing
The College World Series, which pits SEC rivals Florida and LSU and kicks off its final series on Monday night, stands atop the Market Heat report, taking the top two spots in TicketNetwork sales for Sunday, June 25. U2 and The Lumineers are once again among the top acts,... Read more
Could Stronger Secondary Sales Signal Upward Trend for Lacrosse?
by TicketNews Staff After nearly a decade of declining attendance at its marquee event, a stronger secondary market for the NCAA championship weekend may indicate the beginning of a rebound for the sport of lacrosse. Sales for the NCAA tournament’s final weekend at Gillette Stadium — which kicks off... Read more