Rams single-game basketball tickets on sale now

Oct. 17, 2012

MBB Tickets: Single-Game | Season
WBB Tickets: Single-Game | Season

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Colorado State athletics officials announced Wednesday that single-game tickets for both Colorado State’s men’s and women’s basketball seasons are on sale now, with prices starting as low as $15 per game for the men’s contests, and just $8 per game for the women’s tilts. 

Men’s basketball reserved seating for all non-conference men’s games are $15 per game, while conference matchups against Air Force, Boise State, Fresno State, Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV and Wyoming are $18 per game. 

Women’s basketball adult reserved tickets are $10 and adult general admission tickets are $8 each.  Youth (ages 3-17) general admission seats, available only for women’s basketball games, are just $6 per contest.

The CSU Athletics Ticket offices offers fans a number of purchase options, making the buying experience easy and enjoyable. 

  • In person: Tickets can be purchased at the McGraw Athletic Center ticket window, which is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m.  
  • On the phone: Fans can call toll free at 1-800-491-RAMS (7267) to purchase tickets to any Rams sporting event.  
  • Online: Tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day, seven days a week at CSURams.com, the official Web site of Rams Athletics.

    Prices do not include fees for processing ($1 per ticket) or delivery - $2 print-at-home, $7 mail and $10 will call.

Season tickets are also available, starting at $220 for men’s games and $90 for women’s games. 
Special pricing for CSU faculty and staff is also available. 

The men’s basketball team enters the 2012-13 season looking for a fourth consecutive postseason berth, and a second straight NCAA tournament appearance.  Under the guidance of first-year head coach Larry Eustachy, a two-time national coach of the year, the Rams will host 18 games in Moby Arena, beginning Oct. 28 with an exhibition matchup against Metro State.  The Rams will also host in-state rival Denver, and a full slate of Mountain West action including key matchups with national powers UNLV, San Diego State, Nevada and New Mexico. 

The women’s 2012-13 home schedule will feature 16 home contests, beginning Nov. 1 with an exhibition matchup against the Colorado School of Mines.  New head coach Ryun Williams and the Rams are poised to challenge for contention in the Mountain West, and will also welcome in-state rivals Denver and Northern Colorado into Moby Arena.