Boilermaker Fans Return to the Stands
For the first time in two years, Boilermaker fans returned to Ross-Ade Stadium, Mackey Arena and Holloway Gym, cheering Purdue to win after win after win.
- Fans turned out in force at Ross-Ade, spurring their Purdue football team to an 8-4 record and an appearance against Tennessee in the Music City Bowl, their first bowl game since 2018 and 20th overall. Attendance ranked No. 8 in nation, with capacity averaging 98.4% per game during the season at Ross-Ade, which holds 57,236 fans.
- With a capacity of 2,288, Holloway Gym was the site of some of the best women’s volleyball play in years, as the Boilermakers finished with a 26-7 record, including 14-3 at home, and a second straight Elite Eight appearance.
- Ranked in the Top 10 in preseason polls, the Purdue men’s basketball team played before soldout Mackey Arena crowds of 14,240 for all eight home games through December, marching to their first No. 1 AP ranking in school history on Dec. 6.