Tonight's women's basketball game between Maryland and Delaware is a sellout, according to a tweet from Kevin Tresolini, the outstanding University of Delaware beat writer for The (Wilmington, Del.) News Journal.
So, if you were planning to make the drive up I-95 and buy tickets at the gate, you're out of luck.
The Bob Carpenter Center holds 5,000 people, and the return of All-American first-team pick Elena Delle Donne tonight probably helped the Blue Hens sell out. Playing a Top 10 team in the No. 9 Terps didn't hurt.
Delle Donne, the NCAA's leading scorer last season, has been battling flu-like symptoms caused by Lyme disease this season, Tresolini wrote in his advance of the Terps game. She has played just one game this season (Nov. 20 against Providence), scoring 22 points in 27 minutes.
Terps women's road matchup vs. Delaware sold out tonight
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