Basketball Season Tickets on Sale | Beaufort County Now

Season ticket orders are now being accepted for the 2019-20 East Carolina men's basketball campaign. Prices remain unchanged from last season, with complete season ticket packages starting as low as $125 for economy plans and Pirate Club Young Grad program members. east carolina university, ECU, men's basketball, women's basketball, season tickets, september 12, 2019
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Basketball Season Tickets on Sale

    Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the news and information section for East Carolina University men's and women's sports.

    Season ticket orders are now being accepted for the 2019-20 East Carolina men's basketball campaign. Prices remain unchanged from last season, with complete season ticket packages starting as low as $125 for economy plans and Pirate Club Young Grad program members. Pirate Club priority seating is available for $250 (membership required for sections 201, 205-209, 213-216).

    ECU employees are also able to purchase season tickets in the aforementioned sections for a discounted rate of $205.

    Fans interested in buying season tickets for the upcoming campaign can make their purchase by utilizing ECU's Online Ticket Center, or calling the ECU Ticket Office at 1-800-342-5328 before the October 4 priority deadline.

    The Pirates will play 16 games inside Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum, including nine as a part of their American Athletic Conference schedule which will be released at a later date. Among the teams ECU is slated to host are 2019 NCAA Tournament participants Cincinnati, Houston, Liberty, Temple and UCF along with College Basketball Invitational champion South Florida.

    Head coach Joe Dooley welcomes redshirt senior Seth LeDay and 2018-19 all-conference freshman team member Jayden Gardner back to the roster along with 11 newcomers, including seven junior college transfers.

    Women's basketball season tickets are also on sale with general admission seating priced at $45. ECU faculty and staff can purchase tickets for $35 with purple chairback seating available for $60.

    Coach Kim McNeill is in her first season leading the Pirates following a three-year stint at the University of Hartford where she guided the Hawks to three consecutive winning campaigns. ECU will host 14 games inside Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum, opening the season Wednesday, November 6, against Middle Tennessee State.

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