Oct. 28, 2013
THE FLATS – Single-game tickets for Georgia Tech’s non-conference games in men’s basketball are now on sale, with prices beginning at $10.
Games against Dayton (Nov. 20) and Illinois (Dec. 3, Big Ten-ACC Challenge) highlight the home non-conference slate for the Yellow Jackets, who open their third season under head coach Brian Gregory Nov. 8 against Presbyterian.
Delaware State (Nov. 11), North Carolina A&T (Nov. 24), Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 26), East Tennessee State (Dec. 7) and Kennesaw State (Dec. 16), also will visit McCamish Pavilion. Tickets for the Presbyterian and East Tennessee State games also provide admission to the Tech women’s games on those dates, which are part of double-header events with the men’s games. Fans can also get their first look at the team Friday, when the Jackets host Young Harris in an exhibition game at 8 p.m.
Tickets for these games can be purchased online at RamblinWreck.com, by phone 888-TECH-TIX or by visiting the ticket office at 150 Bobby Dodd Way.
Purchasing single-game seats for these early season games is a great way for Tech fans to get a look at the Yellow Jackets’ improving team, which has four starters back and five of its top six scorers back from last year’s 16-15 team. Two of the ACC’s top freshmen last year – Robert Carter, Jr., and Marcus Georges-Hunt – are back along with ACC All-Defensive team choice Daniel Miller and the league’s top sixth man in Kammeon Holsey.
Tickets to these games were first offered to season ticket holders and Georgia Tech contributors, alumni and families of students, faculty and staff last week.
Full season tickets are still on sale for Tech fans interested in guaranteeing the best seats at the most affordable prices for the Yellow Jackets’ nine-game Atlantic Coast Conference slate, which begins Jan. 11 against Notre Dame.