Men's Basketball |
Oct. 16, 2007
CINCINNATI - With just two weeks left before the exhibition opener vs. Northern Kentucky University on Oct. 31, tickets for the upcoming 2007-08 men's basketball season are on sale now.
Season ticket packages include tickets for two preseason exhibition games and 17 regular-season tilts. The Bearcats are prepare for what could be one of the toughest home schedules in school history, welcoming the likes of preseason No. 1 Memphis, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, and West Virginia just to name a few. Add in the season opening Peggy Cronin Classic on Nov. 9-11 vs. Belmont, Western Carolina and, Bowling Green, and the annual holiday game versus Miami (OH), you can see the value in reserving your seat now.
Men's basketball season tickets in upper bowl are available and are based upon a preferred seating program. For more information on the preferred seating program and to purchase your season tickets, please contact the Athletics Ticket Office at 1-877-CATS-TIX.
Fans wishing to purchase season tickets without becoming a member of the preferred seating program can do one of two things:
1. Purchase season tickets in the top 15 rows of sections 201, 209, 217, or 225 for $425 per seat, or;
2. Purchase the Bearcats Family Plan. For $1,000, you will receive four tickets (two adults, two children), along with four drink and four snack vouchers per family and four UC winter hats ... a savings of over $740 off the regular price. Act now as seats in the Bearcats Family Plan section are limited.
Fans can get a sneak peak at the 2007-08 Bearcats this weekend as the team hosts the Bearcats Basketball Fan Jam, presented by Skyline Chili, on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Fifth Third Arena. The event kicks off at 3:15 p.m. with Coach Cronin leading the CHAMPIONS WALK around the UC campus, followed by the Red/Black Scrimmage at 4:30 p.m.
Admission to the Bearcat Basketball Fan Jam is $5, with a portion of the proceeds going towards the medical expenses of UC Dance Team member Kristin Drew, who was recently diagnosed with Leukemia. Due to the fundraising nature of this event, there will be no complimentary admissions to the Fan Jam. All patrons, including UC students, will be paid admissions.