Husky Men's Basketball Season Tickets On Sale Monday
July 28, 2005
SEATTLE - On Monday, August 1, requests for new Key-350, Key-150 and public season tickets will be accepted by the Husky Ticket Office. Season tickets are available in the $375 Bleacher with back and $300 Bleacher without back seating areas. Season ticket prices are based on a 17-game home schedule.
The BCA Classic is not sold as part of the season ticket package. Season ticket holders are guaranteed their same seats to the BCA Classic when ordering the All-Tournament Pass during this order period.
Following are some key dates regarding men's basketball tickets sales:
August 19: Key-350 Tyee Member Request Deadline.
September 16: Key-150 Tyee Member Request Deadline.
Public Tickets: Subject to availability after Tyee member seating.
Once each order request deadlines pass, orders will be ranked first according to Tyee Club priority (priority points earned through Tyee Club giving in other Husky Sports or Husky Men's Basketball). All other accounts will be ranked based on original order request date.
Additional information on Husky Men's Basketball season tickets, including the season ticket application, can be found at Husky Basketball Tickets.
When available, single game tickets will go on sale beginning:
Non-Conference games--November 1, 2005.
Pac-10 Conference games--December 1, 2005.
Monday, the week of each home game, a limited number of tickets may be released.
The Huskies play all of their home games at Bank of America Arena where they posted a perfect 15-0 record in 2005. UW's 22-game home winning streak is the nation's fourth longest active mark.
Washington opens the season with an exhibition game, Nov. 6 against Simon Fraser. The regular season begins one week later with the opening round of the three-day, eight-team BCA Classic that runs Nov. 13-15 at Bank of America Arena.
The pairings have not yet been established for the UW-hosted tournament in which each participating team plays three games to support the Black Coaches Association (BCA). The NCAA awarded the BCA a special exemption, enabling teams to play these games in excess of the normal maximum number of contests.
The BCA Classic field includes 2004 NIT participant Miami from the Atlantic Coast Conference along with Air Force, Morgan State, UNC Greensboro, Southern, Texas-Arlington and Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Washington begins Pac-10 play at home on Dec. 29 against Arizona State followed by a Dec. 31 encounter with perennial national power Arizona. The Huskies' first visit to an opposing arena is Jan. 12 at UCLA.
The Huskies return three of their top-five scorers from the 2005 team that had a 29-6 record and advanced to the Sweet 16. Washington tied the 67-year-old school record for wins in a season, won its first Pac-10 Tournament championship and received a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time ever.
2005-06 WASHINGTON MEN'S BASKETBALL HOME SCHEDULE
Day, Date, Opponent
Sun., Nov. 6, Simon Fraser (exhibition)
Sun.-Tue.,Nov. 13-15,BCA CLASSIC
Bank of America Arena; Seattle, Wash.
(Air Force, Miami, Morgan State, UNC Greensboro, Southern, Texas-Arlington, Washington, Wisconsin-Green Bay)
Sat., Nov. 19, American University
Tue., Nov. 22, Idaho
Fri., Nov. 25, Loyola Marymount
Sun., Dec. 4, Gonzaga
Fri., Dec. 16, Eastern Washington
Fri., Dec. 23, Lehigh
Thu., Dec. 29, *Arizona State
Sat., Dec. 31, *Arizona
Mon., Jan. 2, Cornell
Sat., Jan. 7, *Washington State
Thu., Jan. 19, *Oregon State
Sat., Jan. 21, *Oregon
Thu., Feb. 9, *USC
Sat., Feb. 11, *UCLA
Thu., Feb. 23, *Stanford
Sat., Feb. 25, *California
* Pacific-10 Conference Game
All Home Games played on campus in Bank of America Arena (3870 Montlake Blvd. N.E., Seattle, WA 98195)
Times listed are for Pacific Time Zone and are subject to change