Sept. 24, 2013
Single-game tickets for the 2013-14 University of Minnesota women's basketball season are set to go on sale next Tuesday, Oct. 1, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Fans can purchase tickets by calling the Golden Gopher Ticket Office at 612.624.8080 or 1.800.UGOPHER, or by going online at mygophersports.com. Ticket prices for each game are $15 for chair back seats and $8 for bleacher seats.
Another option are the Gold or Maroon Flex Packs, which are back again this year. The Flex Pack is a five-ticket voucher that fans are able to use any way they want. Fans can use all five vouchers for one game, or one voucher for each of five games, or any other combination. The Gold Flex Pack is for chair back seating and costs $60, while the Maroon Flex Pack is for bench seating and is available for $35.
Head coach Pam Borton’s Golden Gophers are scheduled to play 17 regular season games at Williams Arena this season. Highlighted among the non-conference slate are contests against Miami in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, as well as Kansas and North Dakota, with UCLA and Auburn coming to the Twin Cities for the annual Subway Classic. The Big Ten home schedule includes Michigan State, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Purdue, Indiana and Ohio State.
Minnesota will play a pair of exhibition games prior to the start of the regular season, facing Winona State on Oct. 29 and Minnesota State Moorhead on Nov. 2. All available tickets for those games will be $6 each.
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