Oct. 21, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo.— Colorado State athletics officials announced Monday that season and select single-game tickets for both the CSU men’s and women’s basketball teams are on sale now, with men’s season tickets priced at $150 for 21 home games, and women’s season tickets available for $110 with 17 home games on the schedule. Single-game ticket prices for men’s games start as low as $10 per game, while the women’s tickets begin as low as $6 per game.
Coming off of a fourth-consecutive postseason appearance, and in search of a third straight NCAA tournament berth, the Colorado State men’s basketball program look forward to getting back onto the court for the 2013-14 season.
Men’s Basketball season tickets start at $150, and includes all 21 home games. Under the guidance of second-year head coach Larry Eustachy, a two-time national coach of the year, the Rams will begin Nov. 2 with an exhibition matchup against Regis. The Rams’ regular-season home slate features great matchups, including key tilts against in-state rivals Northern Colorado, Denver and Colorado, as well as a full slate of Mountain West action including battles with national powers New Mexico, UNLV, Boise State, and San Diego State, as well as the Border War vs. Wyoming.
For fans that cannot make every game, two great men’s basketball mini plans are also available:
- Colorado Package - Featuring six home games against in-state rivals - Regis, UCCS, Northern Colorado, Colorado, Denver and Air Force, starting at less than $50.
- Weekend Package - Featuring nine home, weekend games - Regis, Weber State, New Mexico State, Southwestern Oklahoma State, Lamar, Fresno State, Air Force, New Mexico and Wyoming for just $6 per game.
Men’s basketball single-game tickets start at $10 per game. The first seven home games – Regis, UCCS, Weber State, Northern Colorado, Prairie View A&M, Bethune-Cookman and New Mexico State - will go sale beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22, with the remaining games on sale at a later date in November.
Returning a three-time all-conference selection in senior forward Sam Martin as the cornerstone of a new-look roster, second-year head coach Ryun Williams and the Colorado State women’s basketball team look to become a top contender in the Mountain West.
Women’s Basketball season tickets are available for just $110, and includes all 17 home games, beginning on Oct. 28 with an exhibition matchup against the Colorado School of Mines. Williams and the Rams are poised to challenge for contention in the Mountain West, and will also welcome in-state rivals Colorado, UCCS, and Air Force to Moby Arena.
Women’s single-game tickets start at $6 per game, and go on sale beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22. The lower bowl of Moby Arena will be reserved seating, while the upper bowl will be general admission.
Special Colorado State University faculty/staff pricing for both men’s and women’s basketball season-ticket packages are available. Men’s faculty/staff season tickets start at $120, while the women’s packages cost $90.
Fans wishing to renew or purchase season tickets can do so online at CSURams.com, in person at the McGraw Athletic Center or by calling 800-491-RAMS (7267).
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