EUGENE, Ore. -- University of Oregon men’s basketball single-game tickets are on sale. Fans can get tickets online at goducks.com or by visiting either the Moshofsky Center Ticket Office (open Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or the Matthew Knight Arena Box Office (open Monday-Friday: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.).
Click here to access the tickets webpage at goducks.com
Also scheduled for today is the 2011-12 season tip-off event, Matt Knight Madness, which is free to the public with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. (PT). Season tickets, mini-plans and single-game tickets will be on sale at Matt Arena’s North Box Office at the event. Fans will have the option to choose seating location in working with UO ticket representatives at the box office.
The Ducks’ 2011-12 schedule features 18 regular-season games at Matt Arena, the first full season at UO’s sparkling new facility. Of those home opponents, seven competed in postseason play a year ago.
The first exhibition game is scheduled for Nov. 2 against Grand Canyon State. UO’s first regular-season home game is set for Nov. 17 against Eastern Washington.
Home games highlighted in the non-conference portion of the schedule include: UTEP (Nov. 29), Fresno State (Dec. 10), Portland State (Dec. 12) and Virginia (Dec.18).
The inaugural Pac-12 Conference home schedule includes contests against: Stanford (Jan. 5), California (Jan. 8), USC (Jan. 19), UCLA (Jan. 21), Oregon State (Jan. 29), Washington (Feb. 9), Washington State (Feb. 11), Colorado (March 1) and Utah (March 3).
There are also six different mini-plans to choose from for fans wanting a convenient and flexible option to watch games.
This three-game plan is made up of weekend games against California (Jan. 8), UCLA (Jan. 21) and Washington State (Feb. 11). The Cal Golden Bears return four starters from an up-and-coming team that reached the second round of last year's Postseason National Invitation Tournament. Tradition-rich UCLA enters the season ranked in the top 25 in all of the notable preseason publications. In addition, Northwest rival WSU rolls through town in mid-February for what should be a pivotal league game.
As part of this three-game plan, Duck fans gain access to home games against Oregon State (Jan. 29), Washington (Feb. 9) and Utah (March 3). The Civil War presented by Pacific Source & your Northwest Ford Dealers is one of the toughest tickets to secure year in and year out. The Huskies, who lost at Matt Arena last season, enter the 2011-12 campaign as one of the conference’s front-runners. And the Utes, making their inaugural trip to Eugene as a Pac-12 foe, will close out the regular-season schedule on the Ducks’ Senior Day.
This package includes tickets to all Sunday home games with an approximate savings of 10-20 percent off the regular price.
Opponents: Lewis and Clark (exhibition), Southeast Missouri State, Virginia, California and Oregon State.
GLOBAL SPORTS HOOPS SHOWCASE
This package includes tickets to all three of the Ducks’ Global Sports Hoops Showcase tourney games, with an approximate 20 percent savings off the regular price.
Opponents: North Carolina Central, Prairie View A&M, Stephen F. Austin
This package allows fans to select tickets to the following games: One exhibition game, Two non-conference games and three Pac-12 Conference games. Fans will save approximately 10-20 percent off the regular price.
Exhibition game options (select one)
Grand Canyon State or Lewis and Clark
Non-conference game options (select two)
Eastern Washington, SE Missouri State, UTEP, Fresno State, Portland State, Virginia, North Carolina Central, Prairie View A&M, Stephen F. Austin
Pac-12 game options (select three total)
Pick one from the following: Stanford, USC, Washington, Colorado Pick two from the following: California, UCLA, Oregon State, Washington State, Utah
All mini-plans feature seats available in the Backcourt Loge, Midcourt Terrace and Backcourt Terrace. The mini-plans are subject to availability and additional fees may apply.
Other mini-plans may be added at a later date. All mini-plan offerings are subject to change.
A season ticket package includes a seat to all 20 home games (two exhibition, 18 regular-season) available in a variety of sections starting at $300. There will be nine non-conference games and nine Pac-12 Conference games in Eugene. As part of the non-league slate, schools from eight different conferences will face UO at Matthew Knight Arena.
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