Men's And Women's Basketball Tickets Now On Sale
Oct. 7, 2012
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Season packages, mini plans and single-game tickets for both the Oregon State 2012-13 men's and women's basketball teams went on sale to Beaver fans beginning on Monday morning, Oct. 8. All options can be purchased by visiting beavertickets.com, calling 1-800-GO-BEAVS or visiting the Oregon State Athletic Ticket Office located in Gill Coliseum, open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For Head Coach Craig Robinson's men's squad, reserved season tickets in the chairback section are $364 for the general public and $290 for Oregon State faculty and staff, members of the Varsity O Club and people under the age of 30 (limit of two discounted tickets). A BASF donation is required based on location of chairback seating. Donations made to the BASF annual fund for football season tickets are applied to men's basketball season tickets. Upper level bench seats can be purchased for $149 without a BASF donation.
For those wanting a more tailored ticket package, OSU offers four mini plans allowing fans more flexibility. The Weekend Plan includes all 10 home games that are played on a Saturday or Sunday for $121. Those contests include such featured Pac-12 matchups as Oregon, Arizona, Washington State, Colorado and California.
The Orange Pride Pack gives fans the opportunity to select two non-conference games and three Pac-12 games for $75 in chairback seats and $50 for upper level bench seats. The Pac-12 Pack, which includes entrance to all nine home conference games, costs $180 for reserved seats and $108 for general admission. The four games during the holiday season comprise a Holiday Pack, which goes for one low price of $20.
Tickets to the exhibition game against Lewis and Clark on Nov. 4 are $12 and $7. Single game seats to the Civil War on Jan. 6 are $27 and all other games are $25 for chairback seats and $15 for regular bench.
For Head Coach Scott Rueck and the women's basketball team, reserved season tickets are $90 or $75 for Oregon State faculty and staff and senior citizens (limit of two). General admission season tickets are also $75. Youth (under 18) and senior citizens (62 and over) can purchase general admission season tickets for $45.
The Pac-12 package, which includes every conference home game, is $54 for reserved tickets and $36 for general admission. Single game reserved tickets can be purchased for $10, while general admission single game tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for youth and senior citizens and $2 each for a group of 12 or more.
Oregon State's men went 21-15 last season, led the Pac-12 in scoring for the first time ever with a school record 78.9 points per game and pulled off the biggest upset in Pac-12 Tournament history with an 86-84 win over No. 1 seed Washington. The Beavers return four starters in 2012-13, only losing Jared Cunningham to the NBA Draft.
The women return nine letterwinners, including four starters, to a team that went 20-13 a year ago and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the WNIT, its deepest postseason run since 2004. Additionally, the Beavers welcome five highly-touted freshmen from the Pacific Northwest, as the group was collectively rated as high as 17th in the country according to ESPN HoopGurlz.
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