ASU Women's Basketball Single-Game Tickets on Sale Monday Morning
Sept. 29, 2007
TEMPE, Ariz. - Single-game tickets for Arizona State women's basketball will go on sale on Monday morning at 9 a.m. Tickets can be purchased online at www.thesundevils.com, at the ticket office located at the south end of Sun Devil Stadium or by phone at 480-727-0000.
The Sun Devils will be playing 18 games in Wells Fargo Arena this season, including a pair of exhibition contests against the USA National Team (Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m.) and the Chinese National Team (Nov. 15, 6:30 p.m.)ASU's first regular season home game will take place on Nov. 17 when it hosts UC Santa Barbara. Two days later the Sun Devils will host Yale in the first ever meeting between the two schools. ASU will close out November and open December with the annual Verizon ASU Classic, which will include Gonzaga (ASU's first round opponent on Nov. 30), UC Riverside and Auburn. The Sun Devils will face either UC Riverside or Auburn on Dec. 2. One week later ASU will host UC Davis on Dec. 9. Eight days after that (Dec. 17) the Sun Devils return home to face Fresno State at 11 a.m. in the second annual Sparky's Kids to College Field Trip Day. ASU's final non-conference home game will take place on Dec. 20 when it faces Texas.
ASU's kicks off its Pac-10 schedule on Dec. 28 when it hosts UCLA, the first of nine conference games the Sun Devils will host.
The 2007-08 Sun Devils will return 11 players, including three starters - guards Briann January, Jill Noe and Reagan Pariseau - and several other significant contributors last season's Elite Eight squad, which set single-season school records for most overall wins (31), most Pac-10 wins (16) and most road wins (10). In addition to regaining the services of All-Pac-10 Freshman guard Dymond Simon, who missed the last 16 games of last season with a knee injury, the Sun Devils will also receive a boost from the addition of junior posts Sybil Dosty (transfer from the University of Tennessee) and Lauren Lacey (transfer from the University of Minnesota), who both sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules, and from talented incoming freshmen Rebecca Tobin (Glendale Cactus) and Stephanie Wilber (Auburn Riverside, Auburn, Wash.).