newsvirginia womens basketball single game tickets sale oct 11

Virginia women’s basketball single game tickets on sale Oct. 11


Single-game tickets, Family Packages and an ACC Three-Game mini-package for Virginia women’s basketball home games will be on sale exclusively through beginning Friday, Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. These ticket options may be purchased by telephone or in-person through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium beginning Monday, Oct. 14 at 9 a.m.

Virginia returns its top three scorers from the 2012-13 squad — Ataira Franklin, Kelsey Wolfe, and Sarah Imovbioh – as well as Lexie Gerson, a 2011-12 ACC All-Defensive Team selection who did not play last season due to injury. The Cavaliers won 10 of their 15 games at John Paul Jones Arena last season, including a win over No. 24 Florida State to close the home schedule.

“When I think back to last season, the image that immediately comes to mind is from the Florida State game and the sights and sounds of an energized arena,” said head coach Joanne Boyle. “The support we got from the fans that day and so many times last season really made a difference. This is going to be a special season and we look forward to sharing that experience with our fans and likewise look to you to come out and support our players and create a real home-court advantage at John Paul Jones Arena.”

Single-game ticket prices for all games are $10 for reserved seating, $8 for adult general admission seating and $6 for youth (18 & under), seniors (60 & over) and UVa faculty/staff general admission seating.

Family Packages are available for the following five Sunday home games: Pittsburgh (Jan. 5), Notre Dame (Jan. 12), Florida State (Jan. 19), Clemson (Feb. 2), and Virginia Tech (Feb. 16). Family Packages include a Reserved seat ticket and a voucher redeemable for $8 at any concessions stand in John Paul Jones Arena.  Each Family Package ticket is $11 and a minimum of four tickets must be purchased.

The ACC Three-Game package allows fans to choose three of the five Sunday conference games that best suit their schedule for $21.  The available games include the contests against Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Florida State, Clemson, and Virginia Tech. All ACC Three-Game packages will be seated within reserved areas in the lower level of John Paul Jones Arena.

Season tickets for Virginia’s 14 regular season games are on sale now and offer savings of $24-$45 off the single-game ticket price depending upon seat location. Reserved season ticket prices are $95 for adults and $70 for youth (18 & under), seniors (60 & over) and UVa faculty/staff. General admission season ticket prices are $80 for adults and $60 for youth (18 & under), seniors (60 & over) and UVa faculty/staff.



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