July 9, 2012
Minnesota announced Monday that season tickets for the 2012-13 women's basketball campaign are now available for purchase to the general public. The tickets start at $71 and can be purchased by calling the Minnesota Ticket Office at 612-624-8080.
After completing their most successful season in three years with a Women's Basketball Invitational Championship in 2011-12, the Golden Gophers are looking forward to another promising season in 2012-13 with the return of 2012 Big Ten Freshman of the Year Rachel Banham, along with three seniors, three juniors and six additional underclassmen.
Along with the action on the court, season ticket holders will have the luxury of watching in-game promotions, highlights and more on Williams Arena's new center-hung LED scoreboard, LED fascia boards and sound system that will be installed prior to the start of the 2012-13 season.
Preferred seating and non-preferred seating options are available to choose from, with prices listed below:
Preferred Seating (Chair back seats in Sections 105-107; 115-117)*
U of M Faculty/Staff: $164.00 (limit 2)
UMAA Members: $164.00 (limit 2)
M Club Members: $121.00 (limit 1)
*includes a $50/seat preferred seating donation
Non Preferred Seating (all other chair back seats and bench seats)
U of M Faculty/Staff: $114.00 (limit 2)
UMAA Members: $114.00 (limit 2)
M Club Members: $71.00 (limit 1)
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