Since 2011, there have been 12 new arenas opened in Division I college basketball, with just one of them being an off-campus venue, and two of them in the state of Nebraska. Three of the arenas belong to power conference schools: Nebraska, Oregon and Ole Miss.
There are 10 arenas in Division I college basketball that have been around for 80 years or more, with the Pac-12 being the only conference to “send” two teams to the list: Washington with its Alaskan Airlines Arena and California with the Haas Pavilion. More
In division I college basketball, there are 12 schools with arenas that have a capacity that’s smaller than 2000. Three of those schools are in the Big South (Longwood, High Point, Charleston Southern) while the two smallest venues, both with less than 900 seats, hail from the state of South Carolina. More