Oct. 14, 2009
By Andrew Woerpel
Athletic media relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Rams fans are encouraged to come out and support the men's and women's basketball teams by purchasing season tickets, which are available now.
As part of the season-ticket package, CSU's arch rival Colorado will be coming to Moby Arena, as both the men and the women host the Buffaloes.
For the third year in a row, CSU Athletics has kept pricing on the season-ticket packages the same. Men's basketball season tickets will cost $185, which includes 17 home games featuring teams such as the CU Buffaloes, the BYU Cougars, the San Francisco Dons, the Utah Utes and the DU Pioneers.
The CSU women's season-ticket package will cost $110 and will include 14 home games as well as the Coors Rocky Mountain Invitational tournament, which is hosted by the Rams. The women will compete against teams such as the CU Buffaloes, the Montana Grizzlies and the Wichita State Shockers.
Men's season-ticket packages are also available for faculty and staff, priced at $150, and youth, ages 3-17, priced at $90. Women's basketball faculty and staff packages are priced at $90, while youth season tickets, ages 3-17, are priced at $60.
Season tickets can be purchased online at CSURams.com, in person at the McGraw Athletic Center or over the phone at 1-800/491-RAMS.
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