UVa. men’s, women’s hoops tickets on sale

Item by Chris Graham

uvaswords.jpgSingle-game tickets for several UVa. men’s and women’s basketball games will go on sale Friday and Monday, the university’s athletics department announced Wednesday.
Tickets are available for men’s games with Vermont (Nov. 11), Howard (Nov. 14), Drexel (Nov. 20), Longwood (Dec. 7), Hampton (Dec. 19), Elon (Dec. 22) and Hartford (Dec. 30).
Tickets also remain on sale for the Nov. 4 exhibition against Carson-Newman.
Season tickets are on sale for women’s games in addition to single-game tickets. Season tickets are $80 for adult reserved, $50 for youth/senior reserved, $65 for adult general admission, $45 for youth/senior general admission and $45 for faculty/staff general admission.
Single-game tickets are $9 reserved, $7 adult general admission, $5 faculty/staff general admission and $5 fro youth/senior general admission.
Admission to the Nov. 5 exhibition against Team Concept is free.
For more information, go to www.virginiasports.com.

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